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Many people choose to live in New Brunswick. Whether is it is for the affordable lifestyle, universal health care, education system or simply the proximity to some of the most beautiful lakes, rivers and trails that Canada has to offer; New Brunswick remains an unspoiled land of opportunity for many immigrants.
Part of this program is also demonstrating that you have a high likelihood of being able to establish yourself in New Brunswick. Those that do, will be given priority processing.
The above criteria are the basic minimum requirements for this category of the New Brunswick provincial nominee program (NBPNP). There are other various conditions and selection factors to be considered as well.
STEP #1 Submit Your Application
Include one original copy of the NBPNP forms and supporting documents; and one original, plus one photocopy of the CIC forms and supporting documents. Use the Checklist for Skilled Workers with Family Support to ensure that you have the required forms and documents.
Documentation submitted with your application will not be returned. You should obtain multiple originals of any documentation submitted with your application (such as reference letters, police certificates) so you are prepared if you need to submit a new application or documentation be requested of you. You must keep a copy of the completed forms and supporting documents. The NBPNP may request additional information at any time during the application process to assess your application. During the application process the Supporter will be contacted by an NBPNP Official with an interview time and date.
NBPNP will provide written notification of the final decision. If nominated, the NBPNP will mail your application to the Centralized Intake Office in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Upon receiving favorable results, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will issue your permanent residence visa.
Within 30 days of landing in Canada, you must notify the NBPNP of your address and telephone number in New Brunswick.
We have dealt with hundreds of NBPNP application cases. We have helped our clients in their difficult situations and have guided them to draft a more effective application. We can help you draft your application and arrange the required documents. A well-planned and complete application will increase your likelihood of acceptance and will save your from hassle.
If you are worried about the legal fees, don't be! Our goal is to help everyone that is interested in immigrating to Canada. Contact us and we can provide numerous options for you. You can also purchase our very affordable Do it Yourself Immigration Kit which details everything for you. If you are still not sure, feel free to get back to us. We will review your case before you submit it to give you the best possible outcome.