An applicant through this stream, would need to complete and then send an EOI to the NBPNP, in order to be considered for immigration through the federal system of Express Entry. The information that they provide, will be taken into account, adjudicated upon, and finally the applicant will be scored based upon it.Enquire Now
Here is a list of criteria for adjudication, that is made use of, under this stream:
The applicants who rank in the top, will be then invited to apply to the (Under this stream of NBPNP) to (Under this stream of New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program). Once a candidate receives a nomination, their applications are then processed via the Express Entry system of Canada, which on account of being really fast and really efficient, takes around six months from the date of submission, to do so.
An applicant will also have to prove their eligibility through the following regulations, pertaining to this particular stream of NBPNP:
These are the conditions under which an applicant won’t be allowed to participate in the immigration process through this stream:
Under this stream of New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program, there are 3 categories or tiers of potential immigrants, divided according to the various levels of priority. The various requirements, with respect to each priority level or tier has been listed below; but, on top of those requirements, the prior work experience of an applicant, if any, in the field of any high demand occupation, will also work in increasing the priority of the application. Particularly, the province is interested in welcoming people who speak French fluently, while also being skilled workers.
If an applicant proves a certain connection to the province of New Brunswick, while having sent their EoI, are given the top level of priority under the NBPNP, through this stream.
Here are the ways in which a candidate could prove themselves connected to New Brunswick:
While sending an EoI to the NBPNP, the applicant will have to pay attention to the subject they use for the email. The subject must be: “Connection to New Brunswick, [EOI keyword]”. Special attention will be needed while using the right EoI Keyword. If there’s even a minor mistake in the subject line of the email, it will not be considered, and therefore, any chance of the NBPNP officials making a contact with the applicant will stand void.
The next priority level belongs to applicants who would have attended either a recruitment event (domestic, or international – any would do), or an information session by NBPNP, any time in the previous 2 years. Only by having officially registered for such an event, or having had a direct communication with any NBPNP official at one such event, would an applicant be able to prove they did actually attend.
An applicant who emails an Express of Interest, must write the subject of such an email, correctly. The subject should read: NBPNP Information Session, [date]. The date would be that of the recruitment or information-related event. Not even a speck of inaccuracy in the subject of the email will be entertained – such emails will result in the EoI being considered void.
The third level of priority is reserved for people who neither have a connection to the province, nor have they attended one of the information or recruitment sessions. A number of times, the very limited applications accepted, come from the first two priority levels, rendering any third priority candidate out of the selection process.
For these applicants, it is even more essential they show their genuine intention to permanently reside in the province, while showcasing an ability to establish themselves economically. Any previous education or training, as well as their work skills are great way for these applicants to demonstrate both their intention as well as ability.
Here’s a list of occupations, in one of which, if a third priority applicant finds employment, they might become eligible under the stream:
The applicant, while emailing their EoI,will need to use the subject line: Open – [profession]. The profession here would mean the occupation that they’ve previous experience or training in. Even the smallest discrepancy in the subject line of such email, would result in nullifying the EoI of the applicant.