Qualified workers in New Brunswick who want to become permanent Canadian residents can now apply for a provincial appointment.
The new Brunswick Skilled Personnel stream is now open Postgraduate work permit Holders of jobs classified as (PGWP) NOC Skills-Level D These jobs usually call for on-the-job training and include fruit pickers, cleaners and oil field workers.
Temporary workers working in these types of industries can apply for the New Brunswick Provincial Nomination Program until April 30, 2021 Media release.
The New Brunswick Provincial Appointment Plan (NBPNP) will accept applications from temporary residents who meet the following conditions:
- You meet all the qualifications of the NB Skilled Employee Stream;
- You are a graduate of a new Brunswick Appointed Post-Secondary Company (DLI); And
- You have a PGWP issued after graduation from that New Brunswick company.
What is the eligibility for the NB Skilled Employee Stream?
The new Brunswick Skilled Labor Stream is open to foreigners in Canada and abroad who have full-time employment in the province. The main qualification is that you want to live in New Brunswick. You must have a full-time, permanent, year-round job in a qualified profession. You have to prove that you are eligible for the position and that you are being paid competitively. Your employer should also be prepared to support the application. If you work in a regulated profession, you must have a certificate or license from the regulatory authority. New Brunswick Government website There is more Regulated businesses As well as information on obtaining a certificate or license in the province.
If you qualify for the NB Skilled Personnel Stream, you will be awarded Score Based on your age, language ability, education, previous work experience and other factors. You will need at least 60 points out of 100 to qualify.
You must be between 19 and 55 years old. Your language proficiency in English or French must be equal to at least 4 Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLP) in all proficiency. New Brunswick is a bilingual province, and extra points go to candidates who can prove a CLP4 in both languages.
You must have at least one high school diploma, and a minimum of five years of overseas education.
You must have at least one year of work experience, unless you are graduating from a new Brunswick DLI with at least one year’s degree, diploma, or certification program. Overseas work experience calculates your points.
New Brunswick also offers points for candidates working in priority areas such as business service centers, education, health care, manufacturing and transportation.
Points are awarded if there is additional contact with the province such as education, employment, language and other skills.
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