If an applicant gets an opportunity to work permanently and full-time with an employer based out of New Brunswick, they might find this stream of NBPNP, of great help.
Here are the requirements that such potential immigrant will have to take into account, as well as follow through:
- The applicant must have all the necessary licenses, certification, and the required educational qualification for the job they’ve been offered.
- Their education should include at least a high school diploma.
- The applicant should be able to state their intention to reside permanently in the province.
- The applicant should be able to show a decent proficiency in either French, or English, so that it becomes clear, they can handle their job duties without language being a barrier. If the person is in a semi-skilled or a low-skilled job, they would have to take a test, mandatorily, to showcase they have at least a basic level of language proficiency.
- Applicants below the age of 22 and above 55 years of age, will not be able to qualify.
- The selection points grid of the candidate should have no less than 50 as the score.
- The employer from New Brunswick, who offers a job to an applicant, should have been operating out of the province for no less than a year.
- If the job offered to the applicant has an NOC level C or D, they will have to show they worked for at least a year for that same employer, before they apply for PNP.
These are certain additional requirements, but for the employer to make them eligible to offer a job under PNP:
- The employer will have to show how they were not able to find a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident to fill the position they later offered to a foreign national, under PNP.
- Every requirement, with regards to the wages and other standards of employment, must be complied with.