New Brunswick PNP

The province of New Brunswick is Canada's one of the three Maritime province. It is also one of the only provinces of Canada that is given bilingual status constitutionally. Both French and English are the official language of the federation. Fredericton is the capital of New Brunswick and is home to more than one fourth of the total population of the province.

Majority of people at New Brunswick are English speaking but you will also find a large Francophone minority which chiefly are of Acadian origin. The name New Brunswick comes from the French and English translation for the city of Braunschweig in Germany, which had the ancestral home of the Hanoverian King George III of the UK.

New Brunswick is full of natural wonders, scenic drives, cultural activities, entertainment festivals and events and offers many opportunities to new comers, both in professional and social life. It has a Provincial Nominee Program for skilled workers through which a lot of individuals seek permanent residency in the state.

To be considered for nomination in this program, an applicant must have a letter stating full time employment offer from any of the established firms in New Brunswick. The economy of the province is progressing day by day amd many times the organisations here have to face difficulty in finding the right kind of employee for their work. These organizations are dependent on outsiders for fulfilling their requirements and this is one of the main reasons behind developing the PNP for skilled workers.

When submitting the application for the PNP, the applicant is required to sign a letter of declaration stating that he or she will settle permanently in province of New Brunswick. To qualify the applicant has to obtain a minimum of 50 points out of 83 under the different categories of the assessment test.

These categories judge an individual on different parameters such as age, education, family background, work experience, language proficiency, adaptability, and employment letter. Usually is takes 4-6 months for an application to get processed for the New Brunswick Skilled Worker PNP and another 8-10 months for the federal part.

After a successful nomination, the applicant is given a letter of recommendation that has to be submitted with CIC to obtain work visa under this program.

Another way to migrate to New Brunswick is through the New Brunswick Business PNP, which requires:

  • Management experience with a result oriented record as a senior executive operating the business.
  • There should be a match between business skills offered by an individual and the requirement of the province as a whole.
  • The applicant also needs to declare that he or she has sufficient funds to finance first few months of business operations.

The processing time for business application takes almost the same time as skilled worker program.

For any individual shifting his or her base to another country, the next major worry is to sponsor the immediate family.

Canada Immigration

Like many other countries, Canada also follows certain guidelines for family sponsorships. Under this program, close relatives and immediate family of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident can migrate if they comply to few conditions.

Membership / Association

CSIC - Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants

Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants

Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants

Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants