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    New Brunswick has started accepting PNP applications temporarily from laborers

    New Brunswick has started accepting PNP applications temporarily from laborers

    General laborers who wish to apply for the New Brunswick province can become Permanent residents of Canada. The New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream is open for the Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) holders with the NOC Skill Type D. It is the job that will allow on-the-job training like people who wish to work as fruit pickers, cleaning staff, as well as oil field workers.


    Temporary workers who wish to apply for New Brunswick’s Provincial Nominee Program they can do so until April 30, 2021. The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) has started accepting applications from temporary residents provided they meet the following criteria-


    • NB Skilled Worker stream eligibility requirements should be met.
    • Should have studied from the New Brunswick designated post-secondary institution (DLI);
    • A PGWP should have been issued upon graduation from that New Brunswick institution.


    What are the requirements under the NB Skilled Worker stream?

    The New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream invites skilled foreign nationals in Canada. These applicants should have a full-time job offer in the province. One of the core requirements is that the applicant should reside in New Brunswick. For this, the applicant needs to have a full-time, permanent job offer in any one of the eligible occupations. The applicant can start by demonstrating that the candidate is qualified for the position, and he will be provided a competitive wage. The employer of the applicants should have the desire to support the application. If the applicant is applying for a regulated occupation, then he/ she needs to have the certification or license from the regulatory authority. You can visit the website to know about the authorized bodies that allow the registration and licensing. The eligible candidates are provided a score based on age, language ability, education, previous work experience, and other factors. 


    • The selection score is at least 60 points out of 100 points.
    • The age of the applicant should be between 19 and 55 years.
    • The language requirement score is also less of at least a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 4 in all abilities.
    • New Brunswick is a bilingual province, and those candidates who know both English and French language they are eligible for extra points.
    • The minimum educational qualification should be at least a high school diploma, and the Education Credential Assessment (ECA) should not be more than five years old.
    • The minimum required work experience is one year.


    The jobs that are in demand in New Brunswick are in priority sectors such as business service centers, education stream, health care industry, manufacturing, and transportation. The candidates who received the nomination are eligible for 600 bonus points in the federal Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score as well.

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