Newfoundland and Labrador is the east most province of Canada. It is in form of two major land masses: Labrador is linked to main land mass of Canada while Newfoundland is an island in the Atlantic ocean. This province’s economy is primarily dependent on natural resource extraction, tourism, energy.
The turnaround in the fortunes of the economy of this province has made it imperative for sourcing skills in various trades, which of course are fulfilled from other parts of Canada, or from overseas.
What is the scope of Newfoundland & Labrador PNP
This state runs a requirement specific immigration scheme that is more sensitive to the needs of state-based employers. Currently, this province in offering Canada permanent residence through its PNP to interested immigrants through following programs:
- Newfoundland & Labrador Express Entry Skilled Worker
- Skilled Worker Category
- International Graduate Category
- International Entrepreneur Category
- International Graduate Entrepreneur Category
- Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
The Newfoundland & Labrador PNP has two schemes that are deemed to be extremely suitable for the skilled workers from other parts of the world. These include
- Newfoundland & Labrador Express Entry Skilled Worker – this is linked to Canadian Express Entry system
- Skilled Worker Category – this scheme is managed by the state government through its independent portal.
The provincial authorities short list probable applicants at regular intervals for allow entry into the country via this state PNP, and live and work in Canada.
How do I qualify for this program
You can get a chance to live in Canada, in this province if you can prove your qualifications for Canada immigration through Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nomination Program by satisfying following parameters:
Express Entry labor market stream
To be deemed suitable through this scheme, applicants must:
- Have a valid Express Entry profile;
- Have a job validation code from the Express Entry;
- Be working in an occupation that features in NOC ‘A’, ‘0’, or ‘B’;
- Obtained an regular employment offer for an indefinite period from a business based in the state;
- Carry adequate education deemed necessary for the occupation nominated which should be accredited by a designated Canadian assessment agency;
- Have compatible linguistic skills in either English or French;
- Have minimum subsistence funds available for settlement in Canada; and
- Substantiate their intent live and work in New Brunswick
This program is is run independently and requires applicants to meet specific program requirements:
- A regular employment offer for a period of a minimum of 2 years (that should be extendable). The compensation offered must also fulfill minimum qualified salary parameter;
- Appropriate education is deemed necessary;
- Sufficient exposure and licensure, if applicable is considered pivotal;
- Have an intent to settle down work and live in the province;
- Have minimum subsistence money for settlement in the province;
- Have compatible English or French
If you are keen to move to this province, mail us your details and avail a free immigration assessment today.