One of the many ways to immigrate to Canada is to participate in the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program.
Applicants who have failed to score enough points required for immigration to Canada under a federal program can try to relocate to the country under one of 11 Provincial Nominee Programs which offer a lot of attractive options to a wide range of professionals. Provincial programs are also pathways for those who wish to immigrate to a specific province or territory.
One of such programs is effective in New Brunswick and is called “New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program” (NBPNP). It includes several streams.
For Skilled Workers
- Express Entry Labour Market (for skilled workers who have been selected by the province of New Brunswick through the Express Entry system)
- Skilled Worker Applicants With Employer Support (for skilled workers who have received a job offer from a Canadian employer)
- Entrepreneurial (for entrepreneur investors who are planning to own and actively manage a business in New Brunswick)
- Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial (for New Brunswick graduates who are planning to do business in the province)
By choosing one of these streams you can get permanent residence in Canada and — after three years of permanent residence — become a citizen of the country.
New Brunswick is one of the Atlantic provinces on the east coast of Canada. This is the only Canadian province with two official languages — English and French. About 30% of the population speaks French and considers it their first language. New Brunswick’s largest cities are Moncton, Saint John, and Fredericton.