New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream
The New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream is designed for Foreign Nationals who possess the skills, education and work experience needed to contribute to New Brunswick’s economy. Candidates must meet the program’s minimum eligibility requirements, have a genuine offer of employment from a New Brunswick Employer and have the full intent to live and work in the province on a permanent basis.
This program will also help New Brunswick employers, unable to fill job vacancies with a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, recruit foreign nationals and international graduates whose skills are needed in the province.
There are many reasons to move to New Brunswick (NB). Some people choose to live here to enjoy a more relaxed, healthy, and affordable lifestyle. Others move because of our healthcare and our education systems. Still, others choose New Brunswick to be minutes away from oceans, lakes, rivers, and trails as well as lively urban centres and smaller friendly communities.
How to immigrate to new brunswick?
Determine if you are eligible to apply to an immigration program stream to obtain your permanent resident status and assess which stream best suits your needs. To do so, consult the application guides, focusing on their Eligibility Requirements section.
- Apply to the most promising New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Stream. Be sure to follow the steps outlined in the Document Check List of your stream.
- Get your credential assessed, find work, if you have not done so already, and improve your English or French linguistic skills.
- Do your research on Canada and New Brunswick.
- Receive your provincial nomination certificate or refusal letter. Consider applying for a work permit or waiting for the application process to be completed.
- Upon nomination, your application will be sent to Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada. They will further analysis your application and decide if you can become a permanent resident. During this process, they will ask you to pass medical exams, and they will perform a criminal record check.
- Prepare financially before you leave and develop a realistic budget for the next three to six months in New Brunswick. Take into consideration that you are likely to purchase a vehicle and may job search for some time.
- Relocate and follow these steps.
New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)
The NBPNP accelerates the Permanent Resident application process for skilled workers as well as experienced business people and their family members who want to settle in New Brunswick permanently.