Government of New Brunswick
  • Description
  • Fees
  • Contacts
  • Overview

    The NBPNP is a provincial immigration program made possible through an agreement with the Government of Canada. As an economic program, the NBPNP selects, and nominates, qualified workers from around the world who will live in New Brunswick and contribute to the New Brunswick economy through full time ongoing employment.

    Eligibility

    As a Skilled Worker Applicant with family support:
    You are a close relative of the Family Supporter.
    You are between 22 and 50 years of age.
    You have sufficient English and, or French language ability to settle in New Brunswick and fulfill your job duties in your intended occupation.
    You have the education, qualifications and, or licenses needed to settle in New Brunswick and fulfill your job duties in your intended occupation.
    You will live and work in New Brunswick.
    You have at least two years of continuous full-time work experience within the last five years, in your intended occupation in New Brunswick.
    Your job is represented in one of the following National Occupation Classification (NOC) skill levels:
    • Skill levels O, A, B
    • Skill level C, Category 1, 3, 7, 8, 9
    • Skill level D, Category 1, 3, 7, 8, 9
    You will submit all required forms and supporting documents.
    You have the funds to settle in New Brunswick.

    Description

    Immigration Program Officers review applications based on eligibility requirements. You must meet eligibility requirements. You should also be aware that meeting the eligibility requirements does not guarantee nomination. Priority will be given to Applicants who have the greatest potential to become economically established in New Brunswick. To determine if you meet the requirements of the Program, carefully review the information in this Guide before submitting your application.

    Decisions on applications are final. There is no appeal process in the event you are refused. If you are unsuccessful, you may reapply two years from notice that your application has been refused, providing your situation changes substantially and you have new information to submit. You also have the option to apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) immigration programs with New Brunswick as your destination.

    If you are nominated by the NBPNP your application is forwarded to a CIC visa office for further evaluation and final decision on permanent resident status. Final decisions on permanent resident visas are the sole responsibility of CIC. You must meet all Canadian immigration regulations including a medical examination and security and criminal checks. You should not make final travel arrangements, dispose of property (personal or business), or give up your job until you receive a permanent resident visa.

    Changes To Fees

    This document provides the rationale supporting changes to fees, associated revenue information, and the legal authority:
    2012-PETL-01-ProvincialNomineeProgram.pdf


    Fees

    Unless otherwise specified, Fees exclude the harmonized sales tax (HST).

    Fee DescriptionRate in $Effective Date
    YYYY-MM-DD
      Provincial Nominee Program Application Service Fees (Skilled Worker)250.002012-04-16
    Contact Email Location
    Fredericton