New Brunswick invited 259 candidates through the NBPNP streams
In July 2023, the provincial Government of New Brunswick issued new Invitations to Apply (ITAs) through the NBPNP streams.
The province issued 58 ITAs under the New Brunswick Employment Connection stream, 130 ITAs through the New Brunswick Student Connection stream, and 71 invitations under the Express Entry Occupations In-Demand Connection stream.
In total, New Brunswick invited 259 candidates in July. In 2023, 889 candidates received ITAs under these three NBPNP streams.
The number of applications in the NBPNP’s backlog at the time of the invitation round determines the size and frequency of the draws. With certain exceptions, NBPNP draws are typically held every month. Dates for the upcoming New Brunswick PNP draws have not been announced before.
The New Brunswick PNP frequently examines the IRCC’s Express Entry pool to discover applicants who fit the requirements of one of its streams. There were 121 invites sent to qualified candidates in the federal Express Entry pool in the latest NB Express Entry stream draw, which was held in June.
About the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)
The agreement with the Canadian government has made it possible for the NBPNP, a provincial immigration program, to exist. The NBPNP is an economic program that chooses and nominates skilled individuals from all over the world who will reside in New Brunswick and support the local economy by working there full-time and constantly.
What are the eligibility requirements for NBPNP streams?
Application submissions are evaluated by immigration program officers using selection criteria and eligibility requirements. The requirements for eligibility must be met. Additionally, you should be aware that fulfilling the conditions does not ensure nomination. Those applicants who have the best chance of establishing themselves economically in New Brunswick will receive priority. The requirements are:
- You fall between the ages of 22 and 55.
- You speak English and/or French sufficiently to perform your job responsibilities.
- You have the education, qualifications, and/or licenses required to carry out your work responsibilities.
- You will live and work in New Brunswick.
- Your job offer is legitimate.
- You work full-time, permanently, for a business in New Brunswick.
- The following National Occupation Classification (NOC) skill levels correspond to your occupation: levels O, A, and B Skill level D, Category 1, 3, 7, 8, or C, depending on the situation.
- Your profession is in need of more skilled workers.
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