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Retired seniors: look for the symbol ▼

If you are a retired senior, the ▼symbol in this document and in the General Income Tax and Benefit Guide will help you find information on the most common types of pension income, as well as deductions and credits that you may be entitled to.

If you received income or want to claim deductions or credits that are not >the ▼symbol , read the information for those types of income, deductions, or credits.

What’s new for 2020?

There is a new New Brunswick harmonized sales tax credit for households with low and modest incomes to help offset the increase in the harmonized sales tax.

The tax rate on taxable income over $150,000 has decreased to 20.3%. The sixth tax rate for taxable income over $250,000 has been eliminated.

The rate used to calculate the dividend tax credit for eligible dividends has increased to 13.5% and has decreased to 3.625% for other than eligible dividends.

The New Brunswick overseas employment tax credit has been eliminated.

General information

New Brunswick harmonized sales tax credit

The New Brunswick harmonized sales tax credit (NBHSTC) is a non-taxable amount paid to help offset the increase in the harmonized sales tax for households with low and modest incomes.

New Brunswick child tax benefit

The New Brunswick child tax benefit (NBCTB) is a non-taxable amount paid monthly to qualifying families with children under 18 years of age.

The New Brunswick working income supplement is an additional benefit paid to qualifying families with earned income who have children under 18 years of age.

Benefits are combined with the Canada child benefit into a single monthly payment.

The New Brunswick school supplement program is paid to help low-income families with the cost of back-to-school supplies for their children. This once-a-year payment is included with the July NBCTB payment..

For more information on payment amounts, see Booklet T4114 , Canada Child Benefits.

You do not need to apply separately to get these payments. We will use the information from your Canada child benefits application to determine your eligibility for the programs.

File your return – To ensure timely delivery of payments, you (and your spouse or common-law partner) need to file your 2020 tax return(s) by April 30, 2020 . The information you give on your return(s) will determine how much you will get starting in July 2020 .

These programs are fully funded by the Province of New Brunswick. For more information, call the CRA at 1-800-387-1193 .

Completing your New Brunswick form

You can download and print a copy of Form NB428, New Brunswick Tax and Credits, which you need to calculate your New Brunswick tax and credits. Attach a completed copy of Form NB428 to your return.

The terms spouse and common-law partner are defined in the General Income Tax and Benefit Guide.

The term end of the year means December 31, 2020 , the date you left Canada if you emigrated in 2020 , or the date of death for a person who died in 2020 .

Tax Tip

You should calculate your federal tax first since many rules for calculating New Brunswick tax are based on the federal Income Tax Act .

Form NB428, New Brunswick Tax and Credits

Complete Form NB428 if you were a resident of New Brunswick at the end of the year.

You also need to complete Form NB428 if you were a non-res >2020 and you earned income from employment in New Brunswick or received income from a business with a permanent establishment only in New Brunswick .

Step 1 – New Brunswick non-refundable tax credits

The eligibility criteria and rules for claiming the New Brunswick non-refundable tax credits are the same as those for the federal non-refundable tax credits. However, the value and calculation of most New Brunswick non-refundable tax credits are different from the corresponding federal credits.

Newcomers to Canada and emigrants

If you prorated any of the amounts you claimed on lines 300 to 306 , 315 , 316 , 318 , 324 , and 326 of your federal Schedule 1, you need to prorate the corresponding provincial amounts on lines 5804 to 5820 , 5840 , 5844 , 5848 , 5860 , and 5864 .

▼Line 5804 – Basic personal amount

▼Line 5808 – Age amount

You can claim this amount if you were 65 years of age or older on December 31, 2020 , and your net income ( line 236 of your return) is less than $67,238 .

If your net income is:

  • $35,471 or less, enter $4,765 on line 5808 ; or
  • more than $35,471 but less than $67,238 , complete the calculation for line 5808 on the Provincial Worksheet.
Tax Tip

You may be able to transfer all or part of your age amount to your spouse or common-law partner or to claim all or part of his or her age amount. For more information, read line 5864 .

▼Line 5812 – Spouse or common-law partner amount

You can claim this amount if the rules are met for claiming the amount on line 303 of federal Schedule 1 and your spouse’s or common-law partner’s net income ( line 236 of his or her return, or the amount that it would be if he or she filed a return) is less than $9,115 .

Complete the calculation on Form NB428 , and enter the amount on line 5812 .

Enter your marital status and the information about your spouse or common-law partner (including his or her net income, even if it is zero) in the «Step 1 – >page 1 of your return.

Line 5816 – Amount for an eligible dependant

You can claim this amount if the rules are met for claiming the amount on line 305 of federal Schedule 1 and your dependant’s net income ( line 236 of his or her return, or the amount that it would be if he or she filed a return) is less than $9,115 .

Complete the calculation on Form NB428 , and enter the amount on line 5816 .

If you were a single parent on December 31, 2020 , and you choose to include all universal child care benefit amounts you received in 2020 in the income of your dependant, include this amount in the calculation of his or her net income.

Line 5820 – Amount for infirm dependants age 18 or older

You can claim this amount if the rules are met for claiming the amount on line 306 of federal Schedule 1 and your dependant’s net income ( line 236 of his or her return, or the amount that it would be if he or she filed a return) is less than $11,147 .

You may be able to claim an amount on this line even if you claimed an amount on line 5816 .

Complete the calculation for line 5820 on the Provincial Worksheet.

Line 5824 – CPP or QPP contributions through employment

Enter the amount you claimed on line 308 of your federal Schedule 1 .

Line 5828 – CPP or QPP contributions on self-employment and other earnings


Enter the amount you claimed on line 310 of your federal Schedule 1 .

Line 5832 – Employment insurance premiums through employment

Enter the amount you claimed on line 312 of your federal Schedule 1 .

Line 5829 – Employment insurance premiums on self-employment and other earnings

Enter the amount you claimed on line 317 of your federal Schedule 1 .

▼Line 5836 – Pension income amount

You can claim this amount if you met the rules for claiming the amount on line 314 of federal Schedule 1 .

The amount you can claim on line 5836 is the amount on line 314 of your federal Schedule 1 or $1,000 , whichever is less.

Only residents of New Brunswick are eligible for this amount. If you are not a resident of New Brunswick, you cannot claim this non-refundable tax credit in calculating your New Brunswick tax even though you may have received income from a source inside New Brunswick in 2020.

Line 5840 – Caregiver amount

You can claim this amount if the rules are met for claiming the amount on line 315 of federal Schedule 1 and your dependant’s net income ( line 236 of his or her return, or the amount that it would be if he or she filed a return) is less than $20,347 .

Complete the calculation for line 5840 on the Provincial Worksheet.

▼Line 5844 – Disability amount (for self)

You can claim this amount if you met the rules for claiming the amount on line 316 of federal Schedule 1.

If you were 18 years of age or older at the end of the year, enter $7,900 on line 5844 .

If you were under 18 years of age at the end of the year, you may be eligible to claim a supplement up to a maximum of $4,609 in addition to the base amount of $7,900 . Complete the calculation for line 5844 on the Provincial Worksheet.

Line 5848 – Disability amount transferred from a dependant

You can claim this amount if the rules are met for claiming the amount on line 318 of federal Schedule 1 .

Complete the calculation for line 5848 on the Provincial Worksheet.

Line 5852 – Interest paid on your student loans

Enter the amount you claimed on line 319 of your federal Schedule 1 .

Line 5856 – Your tuition and education amounts

Supporting documents – If you are filing electronically, keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later. If you are filing a paper return, attach your completed Schedule NB(S11) , but do not send your other documents. Keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later.

Transferring and carrying forward amounts

You may not need all of your 2020 tuition and education amounts to reduce your provincial income tax to zero. In this case, you can transfer all or some of the unused part to one person, either your spouse or common-law partner (who would claim it on line 5864 ) or your or your spouse’s or common-law partner’s parent or grandparent (who would claim it on line 5860 ).

You can only transfer an amount to your or your spouse’s or common-law partner’s parent or grandparent if your spouse or common-law partner does not claim an amount for you on line 5812 or 5864.

To designate who can claim the transferred amount and to specify the provincial amount this person can claim, complete the «Transfer/Carryforward of unused amount» section of Schedule NB(S11) to calculate the provincial amount available to transfer, as well as the related form:

The transferred amount may be different from the amount calculated for the same person on your federal Schedule 11 . Enter the provincial amount you are transferring on line 20 of your Schedule NB(S11) .

Tax Tip

If you are transferring an amount to a designated individual, only transfer the amount this person can use. That way, you can carry forward as much as possible to use in a future year.

Complete the «Transfer/Carryforward of unused amount» section of Schedule NB(S11) to calculate the amount you can carry forward to a future year. This amount corresponds to the part of your tuition and education amounts you do not need to use (and do not transfer) for the year.

Line 5860 – Tuition and education amounts transferred from a child

You can claim these amounts if the rules are met for claiming an amount on line 324 of federal Schedule 1 .

Enter on line 5860 the total of all provincial amounts that each student has transferred to you as shown on his or her Form T2202A , TL11A , TL11B , or TL11C .

Notes

The student must have entered this amount on line 20 of his or her Schedule NB(S11) . He or she may have chosen to transfer an amount that is less than the available provincial amount. The student cannot transfer to you any unused tuition and education amounts carried forward from a previous year.

If you and the student were res >December 31, 2020 , special rules may apply. Contact the Canada Revenue Agency to determine the amount you can claim on line 5860 .

Other rules may apply if the student has a spouse or a common-law partner. Read line 324 in the General Income Tax and Benefit Guide.

Supporting documents – If you are filing electronically or filing a paper return, do not send any documents. Keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later. The student must attach Schedule NB(S11) to his or her paper return.

▼Line 5864 – Amounts transferred from your spouse or common-law partner

You can claim these amounts if the rules are met for claiming the amount on line 326 of federal Schedule 1 .

▼Line 5868 – Medical expenses for self, spouse or common-law partner, and your dependent children born in 1999 or later

The medical expenses you can claim on line 5868 are the same as those you can claim on line 330 of your federal Schedule 1 . They need to cover the same 12 -month period ending in 2020 , and no one claimed them on a 2015 return. Your total expenses need to be more than either 3% of your net income ( line 236 of your return) or $2,208 , whichever is less.

If the total medical expenses claimed are more than $2,208 but less than $2,237 , it is important that you enter the amount on line 5868 and on line 330 of your federal Schedule 1 .

Line 5872 – Allowable amount of medical expenses for other dependants

In addition to the medical expenses claimed on line 5868 , you can claim medical expenses for other dependants.

The medical expenses you can claim on line 5872 are the same as those you can claim on line 331 of your federal Schedule 1 . They need to cover the same 12-month period ending in 2020, and no one claimed them on a 2015 return .

The total expenses for each dependant need to be more than either 3% of that dependant’s net income ( line 236 of his or her return) or $2,208 , whichever is less.

Complete the calculation for line 5872 on the Provincial Worksheet.

▼Line 5896 – Donations and gifts

Enter the amounts from lines 16 and 1 7 of your federal Schedule 9 and multiply them by the rates at lines 26 and 27 on Form NB428 .

Step 2 – New Brunswick tax on taxable income

Enter on line 30 your taxable income from line 260 of your return. Complete the appropriate column depending on the amount entered.

Step 3 – New Brunswick tax

Line 39 – New Brunswick tax on split income

If you need to pay federal tax on split income on line 424 of your federal Schedule 1 , complete Part 2 of Form T1206, Tax on Split Income, to calculate the New Brunswick tax that applies to this income.

Form T1206 also contains a special rule that applies to the amount you enter on line 428 of your return. For more information on tax on split income, see the General Income Tax and Benefit Guide.

Line 47 – New Brunswick additional tax for minimum tax purposes

If you need to pay federal minimum tax as calculated on Form T691, Alternative Minimum Tax, you will also need to determine your New Brunswick additional tax for minimum tax purposes.

To do this, complete the calculation on line 47 of Form NB428 . For more information about minimum tax, see the General Income Tax and Benefit Guide.

Line 49 – Provincial foreign tax credit

If your federal foreign tax credit on non-business income is less than the related tax you paid to a foreign country, you may be eligible to claim a provincial foreign tax credit.

Enter, on line 49 of Form NB428 , the tax credit calculated on line 5 of Form T2036 .


Supporting documents – If you are filing electronically, keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later. If you are filing a paper return, attach your Form T2036 .

▼Step 4 – New Brunswick low-income tax reduction

You can claim this tax reduction if you were a resident of New Brunswick at the end of the year.

If you had a spouse or common-law partner at the end of the year, you both need to agree on who will claim this low-income tax reduction for your family. Any unused amount can be claimed by the other spouse or common-law partner on his or her Form NB428 .

If you are preparing a return for a resident of New Brunswick who died in 2020, the tax reduction can be claimed on the deceased person’s final return. If the deceased person had a spouse or common-law partner, the tax reduction can be claimed on either the deceased person’s final return or the return of the spouse or common-law partner.

Line 51 – Unused low-income tax reduction from your spouse or common-law partner

If you had a spouse or common-law partner at the end of the year, and he or she d >low-income tax reduction to reduce his or her New Brunswick tax to zero, you can claim, on line 51 of your Form NB428 , the unused amount calculated on his or her Form NB428 .

Adjusted family income

When you calculate your adjusted family income ( lines 53 to 58 of Form NB428 ), complete columns 1 and 2 using the information from your and your spouse’s or common-law partner’s returns for the year.

Enter your marital status and the information about your spouse or common-law partner (including his or her net income, even if it is zero) in the >page 1 of your return.

Line 60 – Basic reduction

Claim $632 for yourself.

Line 61 – Reduction for your spouse or common-law partner

Claim $632 if you had a spouse or common-law partner at the end of the year. If your spouse or common-law partner died in 2020 , you can claim this amount.

Line 62 – Reduction for an eligible dependant

Claim $632 if you claimed the amount for an eligible dependant on line 305 of your federal Schedule 1 and you d > line 61 .

Unused low-income tax reduction that can be claimed by your spouse or common-law partner

If you had a spouse or common-law partner at the end of the year, your spouse or common-law partner can claim, on his or her Form NB428 for 2020 , any amount of the low-income tax reduction that you do not need to reduce your New Brunswick tax to zero.

Complete the calculation at lines 78 to 80 of your Form NB428 to determine the unused amount that your spouse or common-law partner can claim on his or her Form NB428.

Step 5 – New Brunswick tax credits

Lines 71 and 72 – Political contribution tax credit

You can deduct part of the contributions you made in 2020 to political parties, district associations, or independent candidates registered in New Brunswick.

How to claim

Enter your total contributions on line 71 of Form NB428 and calculate the amount to enter on line 72 , as follows:

  • For contributions of $1,075or less, complete the calculation for line 72 on the Provincial Worksheet.
  • For contributions of more than $1,075 , enter $500 on line 72 of Form NB428 .

Supporting documents – If you are filing electronically, keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later. If you are filing a paper return, for each contribution, attach to your return, an official receipt signed by an official representative of the political party, district association, or independent candidate.

Line 74 – Labour-sponsored venture capital fund tax credit

You can claim a credit for investments you made in a labour-sponsored venture capital corporation in 2020 (that you did not claim on your 2015 return) or in the first 60 days of 2020.

If an RRSP for spouse or common-law partner became the first registered holder of the share, either the RRSP contributor or the annuitant may claim this credit for that share.

Enter, on line 74 of Form NB428 , the credit shown on the NB-LSVC-1 certificate(s) issued by the relevant labour-sponsored venture capital corporation. The maximum you can claim is $2,000 .

Tax Tip

You may also be eligible for a federal tax credit. For more information, read lines 413 and 414 in the General Income Tax and Benefit Guide.

Supporting documents – If you are filing electronically, keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later. If you are filing a paper return attach your NB-LSVC-1 certificate(s).

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Line 76 – Small business investor tax credit

Enter, on line 76 of Form NB428 , the tax credit calculated on line 6 of Form T1258 .

Supporting documents – If you are filing electronically, keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later. If you are filing a paper return, attach your Form T1258 along with the NB-SBITC-1 certificate(s).

Unused small business investor tax credits

You can carry forward unused tax credits for seven years, or back for three years.

You may not need all of your credit to reduce your 2020 provincial income tax to zero. Use Form T1258 to calculate any unused credit available to carry back to previous years, or carry forward to a future year.

▼New Brunswick seniors’ home renovation tax credit

You may be eligible for this credit if at the end of the year:

  • you were a res >65 years of age or older) or a non-senior living with or expecting to live with a family member who is a senior; and
  • you, or someone on your behalf, pa >2020 for improvements to your principal residence or the land on which your principal residence is situated.

A family member includes a parent, step-parent, grandparent, in-law, sibling, spouse, common-law partner, aunt, uncle, great-aunt, great-uncle, child, step-child, grandchild, niece, and nephew.

If you are a senior, a principal residence, for this credit, is a residence in New Brunswick that you occupy or expect to occupy by the end of 2020.

If you are not a senior, a principal residence, for this credit, is a residence in New Brunswick that you occupy or expect to occupy by the end of 2020 with a family member who is a senior.

Eligible expenses are expenditures for improvements to the principal residence or to the land on which the principal residence is situated that:

  • allow a senior to gain access to the home or the land or to be more mobile or functional within the home or on the land; or
  • reduce the risk of harm to a senior within the home or on the land or in gaining access to the home or the land.

The improvements would normally be done by or for a person who has an impairment to allow him or her to be mobile or functional within the home or on the land.

And, the improvements must be of an enduring nature and be integral to the home or land. See a list of eligible expenses.

You can claim $10,000 or the amount of eligible expenses that you, or someone on your behalf, pa >2020 , eligible expenses that you pa >$10,000 , would qualify for the credit.

The combined amount that you and your spouse or common-law partner can claim cannot be more than $10,000 . However, if on December 31, 2020 , you and your spouse or common-law partner occupied separate principal res >$10,000 of eligible expenses. If you occupied separate principal res >Schedule NB(S12) .

If you shared a principal res >$10,000 or the amount of eligible expenses paid, whichever is less.

Example

Matt and his brother Jason share a house. Jason is a senior. In April 2020 , the brothers pa >$4,000 for the supply and installation of a stair lift. In May 2020 , the brothers pa >$6,500 for the supply and installation of handrails, adjustable counters, and the w >$10,500 . However, the maximum claim is $10,000 .

Either Matt or Jason can claim the entire amount of $10,000 or they can each claim part of the expenses, as long as the total amount claimed is not more than $10,000 . For example, if Matt claims $5,000 , Jason can claim $5,000 .

If someone not living with you or not related to you paid for the qualifying home renovation to your principal residence, you can still claim the credit. You should obtain and keep the supporting documents.

Example

Diana rents a home to a senior named Ivonne. In February 2020 , Diana pa >$750 to have handrails installed in several rooms of the home. Diana cannot claim the $750 as a New Brunswick seniors’ home renovation tax credit on her tax return, but Ivonne can claim the credit on hers. Ivonne can add the $750 to any other qualifying expenses she incurred, to a maximum of $10,000 . Ivonne should make sure that she obtains and keeps the supporting documents.

If an eligible expense also qualifies as a medical expense, you can claim both the medical expenses tax credit and the New Brunswick seniors’ home renovation tax credit for that expense.

You must reduce your eligible expenses by the amount of any government assistance (other than tax credits) you received or expect to receive that is related to the eligible expenses.


Are you filing for a deceased person?

You can claim the New Brunswick seniors’ home renovation tax credit on a deceased person’s final return if:

  • the deceased person was a senior or would have turned 65 years of age by December 31, 2020 , and is otherwise eligible; or
  • the deceased person was a family member of a senior or of a person who would have turned 65 years of age by December 31, 2020 , and is otherwise eligible.

If you lived with, or expected by the end of 2020 to live with, a family member who, right before death, was a senior or who would have turned 65 years of age by December 31, 2020 , and you are otherwise eligible, you can claim this credit on your return.

Were you bankrupt in 2020 ?

The New Brunswick seniors’ home renovation tax credit can be claimed on your pre- or post-bankruptcy return depending on when the eligible expenses were pa >$10,000 or the amount of eligible expenses paid, whichever is less.

Eligible expenses

Some examples of eligible expenses include:

  • certain renovations to permit a first-floor occupancy or secondary suite for a senior;
  • grab bars and related reinforcements around the toilet, bathtub, and shower;
  • handrails in corridors;
  • wheelchair ramps, stair/wheelchair lifts, and elevators;
  • walk-in bathtubs;
  • wheel-in showers;
  • comfort height toilets;
  • widening of passage doors;
  • lowering of existing counters/cupboards;
  • installation of adjustable counters/cupboards;
  • light switches and electrical outlets placed in accessible locations;
  • door locks that are easy to operate;
  • lever handles on doors and taps, instead of knobs;
  • pull-out shelves under the counter to enable work from a seated position;
  • non-slip flooring;
  • a hand-held shower on an adjustable rod or high-low mounting brackets;
  • additional light fixtures throughout the home and at exterior entrances;
  • swing clear hinges on doors to widen doorways;
  • creation of knee space under the basin to enable use from a seated position (and insulation of any hot-water pipes);
  • relocation of tap to front or side for easier access;
  • hands-free taps;
  • motion-activated lighting; and
  • touch-and-release drawers and cupboards.

Expenses not eligible

Expenses are not eligible if their primary purpose is to increase the value of the home.

Annual, recurring, or routine repair, maintenance, or service expenses are not eligible. These include:

  • general maintenance – such as plumbing or electrical repairs;
  • repairs to a roof;
  • aesthetic enhancements such as landscaping or redecorating;
  • installation of new windows;
  • installation of heating or air conditioning systems; and
  • replacement of insulation.

Devices are not eligible. These include:

  • equipment for home medical monitoring;
  • equipment for home security (anti-burglary);
  • wheelchairs;
  • walkers;
  • vehicles adapted for people with mobility limitations;
  • household appliances; and
  • fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, and carbon monoxide detectors.

Services are not eligible. These include:

  • security or medical monitoring services;
  • home care services;
  • housekeeping services; and
  • outdoor maintenance and gardening services.
How to claim

Complete Schedule NB(S12) . Enter the amount from line 7 on line 479 of your return.

Supporting documents – If you are filing electronically, keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later. If you are filing a paper return, attach your completed Schedule NB(S12) but do not send your other documents. Keep all your documents in case we ask to see them later.

For more information

If you have questions about New Brunswick tax and credits, visit the CRA website or call the CRA at 1-800-959-8281 .

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Under the NBPNP, cand >

  1. New Brunswick Express Entry Stream.
  2. New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream.
  3. New Brunswick Entrepreneurial Stream.
  4. New Brunswick Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream.

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The New Brunswick Express Entry Stream targets candidates with profiles in the federal Express Entry Pool.

They must have the skills, education and work experience to contribute to New Brunswick’s economy, and be ready to live and work permanently in the province.

Candidates must meet the initial eligibility requirements, before being assessed and scored on six factors: age, education, language skills, work experience, job offer and adaptability.

New Brunswick Express Entry Stream: Initial Eligibility Requirements

1) Connection to New Brunswick.

Candidates must meet one of the following requirements:

  1. Be living in New Brunswick and working paid, full-time employment from a New Brunswick company in an occupation listed as skill type 0 or skill level A or B of the NOC.
  2. Have an offer of continuous, paid, full-time employment from a New Brunswick company in an occupation listed as NOC 0, A or B.
  3. Have been selected by New Brunswick from the Express Entry pool in response to provincial labour market needs.

2) Intend to reside in New Brunswick.

Candidates must prove a genuine intention to reside in New Brunswick. Examples of ways intent can be established include:

  • Description of actions taken to permanently settle in New Brunswick.
  • Current employment in New Brunswick.
  • Employment search details.
  • Length of any previous and/or current period of residence in New Brunswick.
  • Community involvement.
  • Ability to support yourself in New Brunswick.
  • Connections to New Brunswick through work, study or family.
  • Professional networks and affiliations.
  • Residency including household lease agreements and/or property ownership.
  • Family ties and other social relationships and connections.
  • Details of prior visits to Canada.
  • Connection to other jurisdictions in Canada.

3) Have the required settlement funds.

Settlement funds required for New Brunswick Express Entry are the same as federal government settlement funds.

4) Meet the minimum qualifications of an occupations classified as NOC 0, A or B.

5) Receive a genuine job offer (if applicable).

A job offer is not required for the New Brunswick Express Entry Stream.

However, who one has been obtained, it must be permanent, full time and non-seasonal employment in an eligible occupation. Full time means a minimum of 30 hours per week, or 1,560 hours per year.

6) Be offered a competitive wage (if applicable)

Where a job offer is included in an application, the wages offered must:

  • Meet or exceed the median wage level for the occupation in the specific region of New Brunswick.
  • Be comparable to the rate paid to workers with a similar level of experience and training for equivalent jobs in New Brunswick.
  • Be consistent with the wage structure of the employer.

New Brunswick Express Entry Stream: Selection Factors

One the eligibility requirements are met, candidates are scored based on six selection factors. Candidates must score 67 points out of a possible 100 to qualify.

Candidates must be aged between 22 and 55.

Maximum points: 12

Age Points
Under 22
22-35 12
36 11
37 10
38 9
39 8
40 7
41 6
42 5
43 4
44 3
45 2
46 1
47 and older


2) Language Skills

Candidates must score a minimum of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 in reading, writing, speaking and listening for first official language (English or French). Candidates score extra points for a minimum CLB 5 in a second official language.

Maximum points: 28

First official language Reading Writing Listening Speaking Total
CLB 9+ 6 6 6 6 24
CLB 8 5 5 5 5
CLB 7 4 4 4 4
Second official language
CLB 5+ in all four language abilities 4

Have minimum secondary school education, either obtained in Canada or with an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report if obtained outside Canada.

Maximum points: 25

Level of Education Points
Doctoral level university degree (Ph.D.) 25
Master’s degree OR professional degree needed to practice in a licensed profession. 23
Two or more certificates, degrees, diplomas or certificates from a university, college, trade or technical school, or other accredited institute. One must be for a program of at least three years. 22
Bachelor’s degree, or a three, or more year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other accredited institute 21
Two-year degree, diploma or certificate from a university, college, trade or technical school, or other accredited institute 19
One-year degree, diploma or certificate from a university, college, trade or technical school, or other accredited institute 15
Secondary diploma (high school graduation). 5

4) Work Experience

Candidates score up to 15 points for work experience at NOC skill level 0, A or B. Work must be paid and full time, or an equal amount of part time.

Maximum points: 15

Years of experience Points
6 or more 15
4-5 13
2-3 11
1 9

Candidates score 10 points for a qualifying job offer, provide one of the below situations applies.

Maximum points: 10

You currently work in New Brunswick on a work permit and you meet all the following conditions:

  • Your work permit is valid both when you apply and when the permanent resident visa is issued (or you are allowed to work in Canada without a work permit when your visa is issued).
  • IRCC issued your work permit based on a positive LMIA from Employment and Social Development Canada in an occupation listed under skill type 0 or skill level A or B of the NOC.
  • You are working for a New Brunswick employer named on your work permit.
  • That employer has made a valid job offer based on you being accepted as a skilled worker.

You currently work in New Brunswick in a job that is exempt from the LMIA requirement due to:

  • An international agreement such as NAFTA, or
  • It being a significant benefit to Canadian interests, or
  • A federal-provincial agreement.

You also meet ALL the following conditions:

  • Your work permit is valid both when you apply and when the permanent resident visa is issued (or you are allowed to work in Canada without a work permit when your visa is issued).
  • Your current employer has made a valid job offer based on you being accepted as a skilled worker.
  • You are currently working for the employer specified on your work permit.
  • You have been working for that employer for at least one year, continuous full-time or part-time equivalent.

You currently don’t have a work permit, or don’t plan to work in Canada before you get a permanent resident visa, and your employer has an LMIA, and made you a valid job offer based on that LMIA and on you being accepted as a skilled worker.

Candidates and their spouses or common law partner score points for adaptability factors.

Adaptability factor Points
Previous employment in New Brunswick 10
Previous studies in New Brunswick 10
Arranged employment 5
Primary cand > 5

Spouse or Common Law Partner

Adaptability factor Points
Language ability (CLB 4 or higher) 5
One year or more New Brunswick work experience 5
Two years or more full-time study in New Brunswick 5

The New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream is aimed at candidates who have secured a permanent, full-time job offer from a New Brunswick employer.

New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream: Eligibility Requirements

1) Genuine Job Offer

Offer of employment for permanent, full time position in an eligible occupation.

  • High-skilled workers: NOC 0, A, B.
  • Semi-skilled workers: NOC C.
  • Low-skilled workers: NOC D skill type 7, 8 and 9.

Candidates must demonstrate they are qualified for the position being offered.

3) Be offered a competitive wage

The wages offered must:

  • Meet or exceed the median wage level for the occupation in the specific region of New Brunswick.
  • Be comparable to the rate paid to workers with a similar level of experience and training for equivalent jobs in New Brunswick.
  • Be consistent with the wage structure of the employer.

4) Intend to reside in New Brunswick.

Candidates must prove a genuine intention to reside in New Brunswick. Examples of ways intent can be established include:

  • Description of actions taken to permanently settle in New Brunswick.
  • Current employment in New Brunswick.
  • Employment search details.
  • Length of any previous and/or current period of residence in New Brunswick.
  • Community involvement.
  • Ability to support yourself in New Brunswick.
  • Connections to New Brunswick through work, study or family.
  • Professional networks and affiliations.
  • Residency including household lease agreements and/or property ownership.
  • Family ties and other social relationships and connections.
  • Details of prior visits to Canada.

5) Regulated Occupations in New Brunswick

Candidates must have the required certificate or license in job offer is for a regulated occupation.

New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream: Selection Factors

One the eligibility requirements are met, candidates are scored based on six selection factors. Candidates must score 60 points out of a possible 100 to qualify.

Candidates must be aged between 19 and 55.

Maximum points: 10

Age Points
22-55 10
19-21 8

2) Language Skills

Candidates must score a minimum of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 in reading, writing, speaking and listening for first official language (English or French). Candidates score extra points for a minimum CLB 4 in a second official language.

Maximum points: 28

First official language Reading Writing Listening Speaking Total
CLB 7+ 6 6 6 6 24
CLB 5-6 5 5 5 5
CLB 4 4 4 4 4
Second official language
CLB 4+ in all four language abilities 4

Have minimum secondary school education, either obtained in Canada or with an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report if obtained outside Canada.

Maximum points: 20

Level of Education Points
Doctoral level university degree (Ph.D.) 20
Master’s degree OR professional degree needed to practice in a licensed profession. 20
Two or more certificates, degrees, diplomas or certificates from a university, college, trade or technical school, or other accredited institute. One must be for a program of at least three years. 19
Bachelor’s degree, or a three, or more year program at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other accredited institute 19
Two-year degree, diploma or certificate from a university, college, trade or technical school, or other accredited institute 18
One-year degree, diploma or certificate from a university, college, trade or technical school, or other accredited institute 17
Secondary diploma (high school graduation). 15

4) Work Experience

Work experience is not required for international graduates.

Work experience must:

  • Be full-time
  • Be with one or more employers
  • Be in a NOC related to your job offer from a New Brunswick employer
  • Be paid.
  • Be obtained within Canada and/or abroad
  • If based on self-employment, be validated with official documents.
  • Not be based on self-employment in the retail, food and accommodation sectors.

Maximum points: 20

Years of experience Points
5 20
4 16
3 12
2 8
1 5


5) Priority Sectors

Candidates may be awarded 10 points if their job offer is in a priority sector, and the employer can demonstrate that they have been unable to identify qualified candidates in the local labour market.

Maximum points: 10

Sector Points
Business service centres 10
Education 10
Health care 10
Manufacturing 10
Transportation 10

Candidates and their spouses or common law partner can score up to 12 points for adaptability factors.

Maximum points: 12

Adaptability factor Points
Previous employment in New Brunswick for minimum 2 out of last 5 years 10
Employer has positive LMIA on which job offer is based, or job is LMIA-exempt, OR

Employer interviewed and hired candidate through New Brunswick national or international recruitment mission in last 12 months

8
Previous employment in New Brunswick for minimum 1 out of last 5 years, OR

Studied and graduated from a post-secondary institution in New Brunswick with at least six months work experience in the province.

7
2 years of post-secondary education from an accredited institution in New Brunswick 10
1 year of post-secondary education from an accredited institution in New Brunswick 7
Primary cand > 5

Spouse or Common Law Partner

Adaptability factor Points
Language ability (CLB 4 or higher in all language abilities in English or French) OR

At least one year of New Brunswick work experience in the last five years

5

The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Entrepreneurial Stream is aimed at professionals ready to invest in a business in the province and move there with their families.

The primary requirements are:

  • Have an eligible connection to New Brunswick.
  • Be aged between 22 and 55.
  • Minimum two years post-secondary education degree or diploma.
  • Score at least level 5 on the Canadian Language Benchmark exam for speaking, listening, reading and writing in English or French.
  • Have completed at least two years full time post-secondary education.
  • Legally-acquired personal net worth of at least $600,000, of which $300,000 must be available in available in unencumbered liquidity.
  • Invest at least $250,000 in a New Brunswick business, taking ownership of at least 33 per cent.
  • Sign a Business Performance Agreement with the New Brunswick provincial government and pay a deposit of $100,000.
  • Business must create significant economic benefit to New Brunswick.
  • Show business experience – either three years of ownership or five years of senior management experience in the last five years.
  • Submit a business concept of 1,000 to 1,500 words.
  • Conduct an exploratory visit to New Brunswick, or participate in an information session offered by the New Brunswick provincial government.
  • Intend to live permanently in New Brunswick.
  1. Submit Expression of Interest (EOI)

Selected candidates receive an Invitation to Apply. Candidates have 90 days to submit an immigration application to the New Brunswick immigration department.

Candidates who receive an ITA must use a designated accounting services provider to complete a net worth verification report.

New Brunswick officials assess your application, including the quality and feasibility of the business plan. This stage may include an invitation or interview.

Approved candidates receive a letter with instructions for submitting a signed and dated Business Performance Agreement and the deposit of $100,000 to the Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour. This must be done within 60 days of receiving the letter.

  1. Permanent Residence Application

Successful candidates received a nomination from New Brunswick, for use in applying to Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada for permanent residence.

  1. Landing and Business Establishment In New Brunswick

Within 30 days: Report your landing to the Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour.

With 60 days: Participate in face-to-face meeting with official from Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour.

Within 180 days: Participate in face-to-face progress report meeting with official from Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour.

Within two years: Within two years candidates must have established their business in line with the Business Performance Agreement. The period is non-extendable. Failure to establish the business results in forfeiture of $100,000 deposit.

Within three years: Within three years of the candidate’s landing date, or one year of the business commencement date (whichever is first), candidate can apply for a refund of the $100,000 deposit, provided the terms fo the Business Performance Agreement are met.

The New Brunswick Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream targets international graduates from recognized New Brunswick universities or community colleges.

Candidates must have started or acquired a New Brunswick business and operated it for at least one year, while holding a Post-Graduation Work Permit.

  • Be aged between 22 and 40.
  • Score at least level 7 on the Canadian Language Benchmark for speaking, listening, reading and writing in English or French.
  • Have completed at least two years full time post-secondary education at a recognized New Brunswick university or community college.
  • Have lived in New Brunswick for the duration of the course (distance-learning courses do not qualify).
  • Have 100 per cent owned and operated a business for one full year.
  • Have a valid Post-Graduation Work Permit.
  • Intend to live permanently in New Brunswick.

1. Submit Expression of Interest (EOI)

2. Invitation to Apply (ITA)

Successful candidates receive an Invitation to Apply.

3. Submit Application

Candidates submit a full application to the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program, and participates in an interview.

4. Permanent Residence Application

Candidates apply for permanent residence to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

5. Land In New Brunswick

Applicant reports landing within 30 days to NBPNP offices in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

New Brunswick information session in Kiev 2020 Канада

If you are currently in the Express Entry Pool and is still waiting get the Invitation to Apply (ITA), here is another chance to expedite your application for Permanent Residence in Canada. Attend one the Information Sessions to be conducted by New Brunswick this coming July 2020 in Cebu and Manila.

Ms. Janice Javelosa was granted a Permanent Residence Status in Canada on 2020 via Express Entry. She’s one of those who attended the New Brunswick Information Session in Manila for the first time on 2020 which we helped organized.

For this July 2020 Information Session, New Brunswick is looking for those with experience in the following occupations within the last 5 years:

  • NOC 2271 — Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors
  • NOC 3413 — Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
  • NOC 4412 — Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations
  • NOC 6322 — Cooks
  • NOC 6332 — Bakers
  • NOC 7242 — Marine electrician
  • NOC 7251 — Plumbers
  • NOC 7271 — Carpenters
  • NOC 7272 — Marine cabinet maker
  • NOC 7315 — Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors
  • NOC 7384 — Marine mechanic
  • NOC 7511 — Transport truck drivers
  • NOC 7611 — Construction trades helpers and labourers
  • NOC 9461 — Process control and machine operators, food, beverage and associated products processing
  • NOC 9463 — Fish and seafood plant workers
  • NOC 9531 — Boat assemblers and inspectors
  • NOC 9535 — Fibreglass laminator
  • NOC 9536 — Industrial painters, coaters and metal finishing process operators
  • NOC 9619 — Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities

Нью-Брансуик

Нью-Брансуик — провинция на востоке Канады, одна из трёх Приморских провинций (включая Остров Принца Эдуарда и Новую Шотландию) и единственный субъект конфедерации, официально объявленный двуязычным (англо-французским). На территории Нью-Брансуика живет 700 тысяч человек, которые расположились на территории 73000 км 2 .

Провинция была основана в 1784 году в результате разделения британской колонии Новой Шотландии. Название Нью-Брансуик в английской транскрипции звучит как «Новый Брауншвейг». Важно отметить, что Брауншвейг – это вотчина дома короля Саксен-Кобург-Гота, который правил Великобританией во времена зарождения провинции. Первоначально предполагалось, что территория будет носить название Новая Ирландия.

На флаге изображен корабль на желтом фоне с львом-хранителем, парящим в небесах.

География

Нью-Брансуик на севере граничит с островом Гаспе и заливом Шалёр. Восточная граница образована проливом Нортамберленд и заливом святого Лаврентия. Юго-восточная часть провинции граничит с полуостровом Новая Шотландия и узким перешейком Чигнекто. Южная территория находится на побережье залива Фанди. Американский штат Мэн образует границу с провинцией на западе.

Площадь территории провинции составляет 72 908 км 2 , 80% которых занимают леса.

Сельскохозяйственные угодья встречаются в верхней долине реки Сент-Джон и в юго-восточной части провинции, в долинах рек Кеннебезас и Птикодьяк.

Северная часть провинции и небольшая центральная часть заняты отрогами Аппалачей. Юго-восток покрыт живописными низменностями, а на юге, вдоль залива Фанди, расположены Каледонские холмы, часть территории которых занимает национальный парк Фанди.

Хотя Нью-Брансуик — одна из Приморских провинций, он отличается от соседей как географически, так и этнокультурно. Новая Шотландия и Остров Принца Эдуарда окружены водой и, следовательно, океан полностью определяет их климат, экономику, культуру. Но Нью-Брансуик, имея протяжённое побережье залива Фанди, удалён от Атлантического океана, поэтому внутренняя территория провинции не подвергается такому сильному океанскому воздействию.
Территория провинции пронизана большим количеством количеством рек и озер, поэтому экономика сильно привязана к водным ресурсам. Главные речные системы провинции включают реки Сен-Круа, Сент -Джон, Кеннебекасис, Ришибакто.

Климат

В Нью-Брансуике континентальный климат, с мягкими зимами на побережье Святого Лаврентия и более суровыми на северо-западе. Лето в провинции тёплое, даже жаркое.

Средняя температура зимой -10°, а летом +20°. Средний безморозный период колеблется от 100 дней на северо-западе до 125 дней у берегов залива Фанди.


История

До прибытия европейцев на территории провинции жили индейские племена — микмаки, абенаки и беотуки.

Первым колонистом из Европы был Жак Картье — французский мореплаватель, положивший начало французской колонизации Северной Америки. Он первым открыл и дал название заливу Шалёр. В 1604 году французские путешественники Пьер Дюгуа и Самюэль де Шамплен разбили лагерь на территории острова Санта-Крус. Спустя 150 лет, были основаны и другие французские поселения, которые носят название колонии Акадии.

В 1759 году во время Семилетней воййны территория Нью-Брансуика перешла под контроль Великобритании.

1 июля 1867 году Нью-Брансуик одним из первых вошёл в Канадскую Конфедерацию, позже положившую начало современной Канаде.

В 20 веке экономика провинции росла значительными темпами. Строились текстильные фабрики, целлюлозно-бумажные комбинаты, развивалась железнодорожная отрасль, укреплялся агропромышленный сектор.

Иммиграция

Правительство Нью-Брансуика разработало специальную программу иммиграции — New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program. С помощью этого иммигранты, обладающие навыками и опытом, которые требуется в провинции, имею возможность получить Свидетельство о номинации провинции Нью-Брансуик (New Brunswick Provincial Nomination Certificate), которое позволит иностранному гражданину подать заявление на постоянное жительство в Канаде.
Провинциальная программа Нью-Брансуика выделяет следующие категории по которым можно подать заявление на получение номинации:

  • Категория для квалифицированных специалистов;
  • Категория для полу-квалифицированных специалистов;
  • Категория для иностранный студентов;
  • Семейное спонсорство (наличие близких родственников)

Города

  • Сент-Джон — 122 тыс.
  • Фредериктон — 90 тыс.
  • Монктон — 70 тыс.

Образование

Образование в Нью-Брансуике контролирует Департамент образования, который подразделяется на подуровни согласно ступеням образования. Частное образование, репетиторство, профессиональная подготовка также регулируются законом.

NBCC (New Brunswick Community College) — объединение нескольких колледжей, которые расположены в разных частях Нью-Брансуика — Монктон, Мирамиши, Фредериктон, Сент-Джон, Сент-Эндрюс и Вудсток. NBCC предлагает более 90 сертифицированных программ, которые дают студентам практические специальности, соответствующие требованиям современного рынка труда Канады. Хотя филиалы обучают своих студентов либо на английском, либо на французском, концепция программ остается одинаковой, лишь с некоторой специализацией.

На территории провинции действуют четыре государственных и четыре частных университета. Например, университет Нью-Брансуика и университет Монктона предоставляют широкий выбор учебных программ. Университет Маунт-Эллисон в Саквилле считается лучшим университетом гуманитарных наук в Канаде. 53 студента университета стали лауреатами стипендии Родса. Университет Маунт-Эллисон занимает первые строчки национальных рейтингов по репутации вузов, также получил награды «Выбор студентов» и «Лучшая библиотека».

Здравоохранение

Cистема здравоохранения финансируется правительством провинции. Многие работодатели предлагают дополнительное медицинское страхование.

Нью-Брансуик разделен на две области здравоохранения Vitalite Health Network и Horizon. Чтобы получать медицинские услуги, вам понадобится карта Medicare New Brunswick.

На территории провинции можно получить бесплатную медицинскую консультацию, воспользовавшись услугами сервиса Tele-Care. Это бесплатная, конфиденциальная медицинская консультация по телефонной линии. Нужно всего лишь позвонить для доступа к квалифицированным медсестрам, которые знают сразу два языка. Вы сообщаете симптомы вашей болезни и медсестра, оценив ситуацию, предоставит информацию и рекомендации.

Культура

Основу культуры заложили коренные народы, которые проживали на побережье, но она быстро менялась под Европейским влиянием через религию и торговлю.

Историк Артур Дойль в своих трудах отмечал, что культура провинции разделялась невидимой линией, с восточной окраины Монктона и по диагонали через северо-запад провинции к Гранд-Фолсу. Франко-Нью-Брансуик находился с одной стороны границы, а Англо-Нью-Брансуик с другой. Ситуация существенно улучшилась, когда премьер-министр Луи Робишо внес реформы, которые уравняли статус франкоговорящих и англоговорящих.

Нью-Брансуик формировался под влиянием колонистов из Франции, Англии, Шотландии и Ирландии, также немалую роль сыграла географическая близость с Новой Англией. В 1783 году в провинцию прибыло 40000 лоялистов (британских колонистов, проживавших в английских колониях Северной Америки, и принявшие во время Войны за независимость 1775—1783 сторону метрополии).

Поэзия и музыка были неотъемлемой частью любого события в ранней культуре провинции. Голос талантливого поэта или завораживающие звуки музыки помогали народу обрести единство и забыть языковые барьеры.

День Канады — широко отмечаемый праздник в Нью-Брансуике, ведь эта провинция первой присоединилась к Канадской конфедерации 1 июля 1867 года. Праздник ежегодно отмечается в первый понедельник августа с 1967 года. Это событие дает возможность жителям почувствовать общественное единство, а семьи могут расслабиться и отдохнуть вместе.

Люди искусства ищут новые идеи для своих произведения в культуре и обстановке, которая их окружает. Так, писатели двоюродные братья Блисс Карман и Чарльз Г.Д. Робертс черпали вдохновение для своих творений в невероятных пейзажах Нью — Брансуика.

В 19 веке многие талантливые художники получили образование в университете Маунт Эллисон, который открыли в 1854, учебную программа которого разработал Джон Хаммонд. В 1895 году в университете открыли галерею, которая на сегодняшний день является старейшей в Канаде.

В 1960 у франкоязычного населения появилась возможность обучаться в университете Монктон.

Сегодня можно выделить следующих известных представителей искусства в провинции —
Антонин Майллет, Эдит Батлер и Франс Дегле. Недавний лейтенант-губернатор Нью-Брансуика, Гернегильда Чиассон. На северо-западе провинции франкоязычная группа «Брайон» способствовала развитию способностей талантливых художников — Ро Вуассен и Ленни Брау.

Жители провинции и неравнодушные к искусству люди старались своими силами обустроить музеи в провинции. Так, доктор Вебстер подарил коллекцию произведений искусства музею Нью-Брансуика в 1934 — пополнив его невероятными сокровищами. А благодаря лорду Бивербруку галерея в Фредериктоне заполучила в коллекцию прекрасные работы — картины Сальвадора Дали и Д.М.У.Тёрнера.

В 1930-е годы влияние на культуру провинции оказали такие выдающиеся люди как Джек Хамфри и Миллер Бриттейн.

Развитие исполнительского искусства берет начало в ранней культуре провинции, начиная с бродячего театра и оперы в 19 веке в Сент-Джоне. В этом городе неоднократно выступал канадский певец Генри Берр.

Территория провинции стала домом для многих талантливых писателей: Дуглас Локхед и K. В. Йохансен живут в Саквилле, Дэвид Адамс Ричардс, родившийся в Мирамичи получил литературную премию — Governor General’s Awards. Одаренный сценарист, биограф и поэт Раймонд Фрейзер, вырос в Чатеме, сейчас живет в Фредериктоне. Ирландский писатель и поэт Джерард Берн, получивший множество наград в области литературы, теперь живет в Фредериктоне и получил звание профессора Университета Нью-Брансуика.

Знаменитые театры Канады расположены в столице, Каракете и Саквилле. На территории Монктона расположен Атлантический театр балета, в постановках которого участвуют даже российские и европейские танцоры. Выступления этого театра собирают восторженные отзывы зрителей .

Выездная сессия Нью Брансуик 2020

Спешим сообщить всем желающим иммигрировать в Канаду отличные новости! Уже в ноябре канадская провинция Нью Брансуик снова посетит Украину.

В рамках выездной сессии в Киеве пройдут две встречи с работодателями 21 и 22 ноября, а также информационная сессия с расширенным списком профессий 20 ноября.

Также выездную сессию New Brunswick можно посетить в Париже или Брюсселе, где мероприятия будут проходить с 15 по 19 ноября.

Расписание выездных сессий Нью-Брансвика:

15, 16, 17 ноября – Париж, Франция;

19 ноября – Брюссель, Бельгия;

20 ноября – Киев (информационная сессия);

21, 22 ноября – Киев (собеседование с работодателями).

Иммиграция в канадскую провинцию Нью Брансуик

Информация совсем недавно появилась на официальном сайте и в этот раз выездная сессия будет состоять из двух частей: собеседование с работодателями и информационной сессии.

В списке профессий для собеседования сейчас только:

  • NOC 7511 – Transport truck drivers
  • NOC 9614 – Labourers in wood, pulp and paper processing.

Для того, чтобы пройти собеседование, у вас должны быть:

  • опыт работы: не менее 1 года (преимуществом будет, если у вас опыт 3 года);
  • английский на уровне, которого будет достаточно для прохождения собеседования.

Однако на информационную сессию могут зарегистрироваться представители более расширенного списка профессий:

  • Health Care
  • Skilled Trades and Manufacturing
  • Client and Customer Services
  • Tourism, Hospitality and Food & Beverage Services
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Information Technology (IT)

Следите за информацией в нашем блоге и на официальной странице в Facebook, чтобы не пропустить важную информацию, ведь список профессий может еще значительно измениться.


До выездной сессии остается чуть больше месяца, а это значит, что уже нужно срочно регистрироваться и усиленно готовиться к собеседованию!

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New Brunswick PNP Program

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New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program 2020

New Brunswick is a vigorously forested territory on the Atlantic Coast of Canada, over 80% of the land is secured with forest occupied by moose, bears and other natural life.

Most outside nationals who have moved to New Brunswick find that they are immediately invited into the area’s well disposed networks. Southern New Brunswick is home to the area’s English talking networks. While French-talking networks, which make up 33% of the populace, lie in the northern piece of New Brunswick. It is the main authoritatively bilingual territory of Canada.

New Brunswick is one of Canada’s littlest areas; it is about indistinguishable size from Ireland, Scotland or the Czech Republic. With just around 750,000 occupants, there is a lot of room to make yourself a home where you can appreciate nature.

To help develop the area’s populace and economy the legislature made the New Brunswick Provincial Nomination Program also known as New Brunswick PNP.

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Why Immigrate to New Brunswick ?

New Brunswick is a particularly appealing for individuals who want a less complex, nitty gritty way of life among a land abounding with lakes and timberlands. Land in New Brunswick is of the least expensive in Canada. In August 2020, as per the Canadian Real Estate Association, the normal house cost in New Brunswick was simply $169,000. Newcomers, who have sold progressively costly property somewhere else, regularly find that they can purchase a house contract free in New Brunswick.

In New Brunswick you find the opportunity to possess arrive that regularly just the well off can bear the cost of and you inspire the chance to live in networks where individuals still really help each other. Albeit New Brunswick does not have the quickest moving economy, the normal hourly profit for workers is reliably higher than some other Atlantic area separated from Newfoundland and Labrador.

New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

The New Brunswick PNP is a migration program made conceivable through a concurrence with the Canadian government. As a financial program, it chooses and names qualified skilled people from around the globe to live in New Brunswick, with the expectation that they will add to the territory’s economy through full-time, continuous work.

New Brunswick PNP Categories

The New Brunswick PNP acknowledges applications under the accompanying mentioned classes:

  • New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Express Entry Labor Market Stream;
  • New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Skilled Worker With Family Support;
  • New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Skilled Workers With Employer Support Stream;
  • New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Entrepreneurial Stream; and
  • New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Post Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream

Qualification Criteria for New Brunswick PNP in 2020:

  • Age ought to be somewhere in the range of 22 and 55.
  • Capability in English/French is the must. CLB is set to be 7.0 or more.
  • Ought to have finished post-secondary qualification accreditation. In case that the education was sought after outs >New Brunswick is situated on Atlantic Coast of Canada. The French-talking networks live in the northern district of the area, while the English talking networks live generally in southern piece of the region. It is the main formally bilingual region.

To end up a New Brunswick lasting Resident, apply through New Brunswick PNP and check your qualification for the equivalent.

The distinctive visa classifications relating to New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program are underneath.

  • Express Entry Labour Market Stream
  • Skilled Worker with Family Support
  • Skilled Worker with Employer Support
  • Business Applicant Stream

Express Entry Labour Market Stream: The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program has created and propelled its express entry work showcase plot. It permits government express entry migration choice framework to meet New Brunswick explicit work showcase criteria. Under this stream, applicants must finish EOI (Expression of Interest) form and send to NBPNP which get from first to fifteenth of every month. Hopefuls are allocated a score dependent on credentials given, after which they are surveyed by following criteria:

  • Maximum score
  • Proof of preparing and involvement in a high need division as dictated by the region
  • Exhibited capacity to end up monetarily settled in the region
  • The dec >Skilled Worker with Family Support: Under this stream, the talented specialist candidate, or his or her companion, must be supported by a relative in New Brunswick. The candidate must be connected in one of the accompanying ways:

    Non-autonomous k >Skilled Worker with Employer Support: Under this classification candidate will get permanent residency opportunity offer by way of a Job offer in the province of New Brunswick.

Business Applicant stream: This classification targets qualified businessman who has a will to maintain, claim business and can effectively deal with a business that will add to New Brunswick’s economy.

The New Brunswick PNP Occupations in-Demand List 2020

Occupation NOC
Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services 0013
Managers in health care 0311
Restaurant and food service managers 0631
Financial and investment analysts 1112
Human resources professionals 1121
Executive assistants 1222
Purchasing agents and officers 1225
Administrative assistants 1241
Accounting technicians and bookkeepers 1311
Information systems analysts and consultants 2171
Computer network technician 2281
Software engineers and designers 2173
Database analysts and data administrators 2172
Computer programmers and interactive media developers 2174
Early childhood educators and assistants 4214
Translators, terminologists, and interpreters 5125
Retail sale supervisors 6211
Retail and wholesale buyers 6222
Cooks 6322

Important Conditions for applying through New Brunswick PNP:

New Brunswick is accepting EOI’s right now just from those experts required in Express Entry Labour Market and utilized in New Brunswick. So make sure you make an Express Entry profile first.

Also, applications are acknowledged from the individuals who conceivably indicate French as their first dialect which is dictated by a test “d’evaluation de François’ (TEF). So you must appear for a French proficiency test before applying to New Brunswick.

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New Brunswick Immigration 2020

New Brunswick, located in eastern Canada, is one of the three Maritime Provinces well-known for their friendly and safe communities. The Province of New Brunswick has a population of 750,000 and contains three major cities. Moncton is the largest city in New Brunswick with 120,000 residents in its metropolitan area, and is known as «The Hub» of the Maritimes due to its strategic location at the intersection of PEI, Nova Scotia, and NB. At 100,000 residents, the greater Saint John region is a bustling port city with an oil refinery and many industrial plants. The capital city of Frederiction is home to 80,000 residents, and is one of the most picturesque cities in the country with incredible parks, walking trails, and a beautiful river cutting through the middle of the city.

Because of its origins as a French colony, New Brunswick is home to a large French speaking population: one third of its residents speak French, although most are also fluent in English. The province is officially bilingual, having adopted French as an official language in 1969. New Brunswick is the perfect place for someone looking to experience a unique mix of rural, seaside, and urban lifestyle, and people living in the province typically enjoy an excellent quality of life. New Brunswick also has some of the most affordable housing in Canada with fully detached homes large enough for a family often selling for less than $200,000 in all three major cities. The Canada Express Entry immigration system is the easiest way for a foreign national to immigrate to New Brunswick.

Express Entry New Brunswick

If you are interested in moving to New Brunswick and becoming a citizen of Canada then the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) may be perfect for you. The New Brunswick PNP is designed to provide expedited entry to Canada to people who have valuable skills or resources that are in demand in the local provincial economy. A prospective immigrant can acquire a Provincial Nominee Program NB nomination certificate by sending an Expression of Interest (EOI) form to Immigration New Brunswick outside of Express Entry. If nominated, the individual can then create a new Express Entry profile and input their provincial nomination certificate credentials.

The potential immigrant can also begin the process by creating a Canada Express Entry profile and formally expressing an interest in New Brunswick immigration. The NBPNP can then contact the person directly through the Express Entry system, inviting them to apply to the program. This method is highly recommended as it also allows applicants to include their Express Entry Profile ID along with their Expression of Interest. Once nominated, a candidate’s nomination certificate can be added to their Express Entry profile by the NB PNP, which will instantly credit the person with 600 points under the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System or CRS. The foreign national should then have a high enough Express Entry CRS score to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) as a Canada Permanent Resident. When done through Express Entry, this process is extremely fast taking less than 6 months from start to finish. Our experienced Canadian immigration professional can help people attract an interest letter from the New Brunswick PNP by optimizing their Express Entry profile for NB immigration. We can also help possible immigrants apply to the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program, and if given a nomination our team can also help them apply for Canadian permanent residency.

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New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program 2020

People can qualify for the NBPNP under four categories:

  • Express Entry Labour Market Stream
  • Business Applicants
  • Skilled Workers with Employer Support
  • Skilled Workers with Family Support

NB Express Entry Labour Marketing Stream

The New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream (EELMS) is a new NBPNP category that enables the provincial nominee program to use the federal Express Entry selection system to target prospective immigrants. To be considered, candidates must complete an Expression of Interest (EOI) and send it to the New Brunswick PNP, which accepts forms during the first 15 days of every month. Interested candidates will be scored based on the information they provide to the PNP, and will then be adjudicated according to a number of factors.

Adjudication criteria:

  • Score
  • The likelihood of contributing positively to the local economy
  • Demonstrated ability to settle in New Brunswick
  • Proof of skills and experience in high priority labour market sectors as determined by the Government of New Brunswick

The top ranking candidates will then be contacted by the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program and invited to apply to the NBPNP. If nominated, applicants will be processed through the Government of Canada’s Express Entry immigration management system, will is extremely fast and efficient and will likely process the applicant in less than six months of submission.


In order to be eligible, candidates for the PNP New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream (EELMS) must:

  • Make a signed commitment to live and work in NB
  • Be between age 22 and 55, and must meet all provincial criteria such as language ability, adaptability, points assessment grid score, and NOC skill level of occupation
  • Meet all selection factors for the Canada Skilled Worker Program (scoring at least 67 / 100 points)

Candidates applying under this New Brunswick immigration stream are required to have an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) if educated outside of Canada. They must also have a qualifying language test score, and must have acceptable work experience documentation.

Applications will not be allowed from anyone who:

  • Intends to work a job that is a National Occupational Classification level C or D
  • Has an unresolved compassionate or humanitarian claim in the country
  • Has an immigration application in process under any other Canadian program
  • Is not lawfully residing in his or her current country of residence
  • Is a failed humanitarian or compassionate claimant currently living n Canada
  • Has an unresolved refugee claim in Canada, or is a failed refugee claimant living in the country
  • Is prohibited from entering Canada
  • Is under a Canadian removal order
  • Is studying full-time at a post-secondary educational facility in Canada
  • Is a live-in caregiver
  • Is a seasonal, casual, or part-time worker
  • Is in Canada on a valid post-grad work permit with a NOC skill level C or D job
  • Is working a job that is not based in the Province of New Brunswick
  • Is unable to provide proof of the necessary funds required for NB immigration
  • Intends to be self-employed or open a new business in the province

There are three tiers of applicants under the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program: top priority, second priority, and third prioty. In addition to priority requirements listed below, applicants with previous work experience in high demand occupations will be given priority. New Brunswick is particularly interested in attracting highly skilled Francophone applicants, and candidates who speak fluent French will also be given priority.

NBPNP Top Priority Applicants — Connection to New Brunswick
Candidates considered top priority under the New Brunswick PNP 2020 are individuals who sent an Expression of Interest (EOI) and who are connected to the province in one of several ways.

Priority is given to people who:

  • Have previously worked in New Brunswick for a minimum of 12 months in the past 5 years (EOI keyword: «previous work experience»)
  • Have attended a post-secondary school or university in New Brunswick (EOI keyword: «education»)
  • Are presently working in New Brunswick (EOI keyword: «work»)
  • Have family living in New Brunswick as a citizen or permanent resident for greater than 12 months (EOI keyword: «relatives»)
  • Have a permanent offer of full-time employment from a New Brunswick based company (EOI keyword: «job offer»)
  • Speak French as a first language (TEF certificate required) and apply under a qualifying occupation (EOI keyword: «French»)

When emailing an Expression of Interest to the NB Provincial Nominee Program, the subject line of the email must be «Connection to New Brunswick, [EOI keyword]» using the correct EOI keyword listed above. If the email subject line is not 100% correct, your Expression of Interest is void and you will not be contacted by the New Brunswick Nominee Program and invited to apply to the program.

NBPNP Second Priority Applicants — Attended a New Brunswick PNP Information Session in the Past 2 Years
Candidates considered second priority under the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program are people who have attended a NB PNP information session or recruitment event (international or domestic) in the past 24 months. Eligible candidates must prove their attendance either by having officially registered for the event, or having communicated with New Brunswick Nominee Program staff while at an event.

Candidates submitting an EOI must use the email subject line «NBPNP Information Session, [date]», using the date of the recruitment event. Incorrect email subjects will void an EOI.

NBPNP Third Priority Applicants
Candidates that have no connection to New Brunswick and have never attended a NB PNP information session will be considered third priority. Applications are sometimes restricted for third priority candidates, as the province only accepts are limited number of Expressions of Interest from people who do not qualify as first or second priority applicants. In order for a third priority applicant to be selected, they must demonstrate a genuine interest in moving to New Brunswick as well as their ability to become economically established in the province. Training or experience in a high priority employment sector is a great way to demonstrate your ability to establish yourself in the province, and the PNP New Brunswick is currently accept applications from third priority candidates with professional experience in the several occupations.

Eligible occupations:

  • Bookkeepers
  • Electricians (industrial)
  • Mechanics (industrial)
  • Hospitality managers including professional chefs
  • Business analysts
  • Retail managers
  • Information technology professionals including analysis, sales, and technical customer support
  • Computer programmers
  • Financial analysts
  • Certified accountants
  • Manufacturing managers
  • Language translators

When sending an Expression of Interest email to the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program, candidates must use the email subject line «Open — [profession]», using the occupation they are trained or experienced in. Failing to format your email subject correct will void your EOI.

Business Applicants

The New Brunswick PNP Business Applicant category is for foreign nationals interested NB immigration who can contribute to province through a business idea, management experience, and willingness to invest in the region. Applicants under this NBPNP stream may purchase an existing business in the province, enter into a partnership with a New Brunswick entrepreneur, or can start a brand new business in NB.

To qualify under this PNP New Brunswick stream an eligible candidate must:

  • Intend to live in New Brunswick
  • Intend to operate a business in New Brunswick
  • Have at least a high school education
  • Be between 22 and 55 years old
  • Make a deposit of $75,000 that is conditionally refundable
  • Have a personal net worth greater than $300,000
  • Visit New Brunswick for at least 5 full business days to research the business environment
  • Speak enough English or French to be able to actively manage a business in the province
  • Score at least 50 points on selection grid
  • Have gained relevant management experience in 3 of the last 5 years
  • Provide a business plan that demonstrates how the enterprise will benefit New Brunswick

Skilled Worker with Family Support

The NBPNP Skilled Worker with Family Support category is for people with close ties to New Brunswick who can contribute to the region with the special skills or training that they have. Applicants for this New Brunswick PNP category do not require a job in order to be eligible, however, a family member in the province must sponsor the candidate.

Eligible applicants under this stream must:

  • Be 22-50 years of age
  • Have sufficient language ability in English or French to fulfill the duties of your intended job and settle in the province (French or English language test scores must be shown)
  • Be a close relative of your Family Supporter
  • Have the license, certification, qualification, or education to perform the job duties of your intended occupation
  • Show an intention to live and work in the province
  • Have enough money to immigrate to New Brunswick: a minimum of $10,000 plus an extra $2,000 for each additional family member accompanying you
  • Intend to work a job that is represented by National Occupation Classification (NOC) skill level A, B, O, C — category 1,3,7,8,9, or D — category 1,3,7,8,9

In order to sponsor a PNP New Brunswick applicant under this stream, a family member must:

  • Be a Canadian citizenship or permanent resident, that lives full-time in New Brunswick
  • be financially self-supportive
  • Support only a single applicant at once
  • Assist the candidate with his or her settlement plan
  • Be a close relative of the applicant, such as a non-dependent brother, sister, niece, nephew, child, grandchild, or their spouse or common-law partner
  • Have been working or operating a business in New Brunswick for a minimum of 12 months prior to submission of the NB PNP application

Skilled Worker with Employer Support

The Provincial Nominee Program New Brunswick Skilled Worker with Employer Support category is for potential immigrants that receive a permanent offer of full time employment in the province.

In order to be eligible under this NBPNP stream an applicant must:

  • Have the qualifications, education, certifications, or licenses required to perform the job
  • Have a high school diploma or above
  • Demonstrate an intention to settle in New Brunswick
  • Have sufficient language abilities in English or French in order to perform job duties. Applicants in low-skilled or semi-skilled occupations must undergo mandatory testing to show a basic level of language proficiency.
  • Be between 22 years of age and 55 years of age
  • Score at least 50 points on the NBPNP selection grid
  • Attain a legitimate full-time, permanent employment offer from an employer that has been operating in New Brunswick for at least 12 months
  • If your qualified job offer is a C or D level occupation, you must have already been working for the employer issuing the offer of employment for a minimum of one year prior to PNP application

Additionally, the eligible New Brunswick employer must:

  • Demonstrate that they were not able to recruit a citizen or permanent resident of Canada for the position offered
  • Comply with all employment standards and provincial wage requirements

New Brunswick PNP Eligibility Score

Business Applicants and Skilled Workers with Employer Support must score at least 50 points in the eligibility test to be eligible for the NBPNP 2020. Factors that influence your score include age, language proficiency, level of education, work experience, whether you have family in New Brunswick, and how long you have lived and worked in the province. Spending time in the province prior to applying to the New Brunswick PNP can be very beneficial when it comes to fulfilling these requirements as a college graduate without experience and with fluency in only one language. Prospective immigrants will only reach 34 eligibility points without having lived in New Brunswick or having any family there, which is why the program is very popular for recent graduates of the University of New Brunswick (UNB), Mount Allison University, and Université de Moncton.

New Brunswick immigration 2020 can be an exciting opportunity and the NBPNP is designed to help people realize that opportunity and to begin contributing to the economy of their new home. Once you have been nominated by Immigration New Brunswick and have received your Canada PR card, you will probably be anxious to move to New Brunswick. Thankfully there are a number of groups and programs that can assist you with moving to and settling down in New Brunswick. The province’s immigration website has a list of each group that provides assistance with language training, finding employment, and getting to know more about your new community. Whether you are looking for a group based on your culture of origin or one that is more general, there will be a group that can help you.

Immigration New Brunswick Tips

When moving to New Brunswick it is important to think about the location you will be living in. This will determine what level of access you have to different services and activities, the cost of housing, and the overall feel of the neighborhood. Renting an apartment or home will most likely be the best choice for someone who is moving to New Brunswick as it will give them the flexibility to try living in a different city, town, or neighbourhood if the one they initially move to does not meet expectations. Renters can expect to cover the monthly rent, utilities, as well as a security deposit. Your rental agreement will lay out the exact amounts that you must pay and what expenses you must cover.

If you are looking to purchase a home in New Brunswick the first steps are to do some online searching to get a feel for areas and pricing and to contact a real estate agent. Your agent will be able to show you homes for sale and assist you with the process of looking at and purchasing a home. If you need a loan there are many Canadian banks that provide mortgage services and insurance.

If you have children you will need to determine where they will attend school. Schooling is compulsory and free from kindergarten through high school and the province is divided in to a total of fourteen school districts. You can enroll your child in school by going to the local school district office. They will be able to assist you with choosing the proper school for your child as well as enrolling them in classes. Private schools are also available and you may home school your children should you choose to do so.

Students who are finishing high school should look into education resources the province provides, including government funded student loans, tuition rebates, and apprenticeships. There are 52 different apprentice-able occupations in New Brunswick and apprentices spend eighty percent of their time doing paid on the job training. Programs take between two and four weeks to complete and projections show that there will be a shortage of skilled tradespeople in Canada in the next ten years so an apprenticeship can be a valuable experience for a student enter Canada.

Residents of New Brunswick are entitled to basic, universal, government funded healthcare so new residents should be sure to register with the province’s health care system. You can apply online for a New Brunswick Medicare card that will provide you with access to the health care you need. Just be sure to bring as many records of your medical history as possible to your first appointment with your new doctor. Moving can be an exciting but difficult time. Following some of these tips can make the process that little bit easier.

The 2020 NBPNP Express Entry Labour Market Stream Self-Assessment Form asks for your Express Entry Key #, so if you do not already have an Express Entry account and are interested in New Brunswick immigration you should create a new Express Entry profile before submitting an EOI to the province’s PNP. The recent New Brunswick PNP Express Entry integration has greatly improved the efficiently of the province’s immigration program with prospective candidates nominated via NBPNP Express Entry frequently being processed federally as permanent residents in 6 months or less. CIC New Brunswick nominated immigrants will almost always have their applications processed much more quickly under the CIC Express Entry platform than via the traditional paper-based method that was used in the past. For additional information regarding New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program processing times and checklist updates, please visit the official New Brunswick immigration website here.

About New Brunswick

New Brunswick was first explored by Europeans in 1534 when the French explorer Jacques Cartier arrived in the New World and the first settlement was established on St. Croix Island in 1604. The number of French settlements in the area grew steadily until 1713 when Nova Scotia was given to the British by the French. New Brunswick was conquered by the British around fifty years later during the French and Indian War. New Brunswick became one of Canada’s original four provinces when the country was formed in 1867.

The New Brunswick economy is dominated by the health care, finance, insurance, retail, and education sectors. Saint John and Moncton are home to major ports and rail hubs, making those cities ideal for people involved in the supply chain industry. Outside of the cities New Brunswick’s economy is based on mining, forestry, farming, and fishing.

New Brunswick provides a perfect mix of urban and rural feel for its residents. Whether you are looking to live, work, or play in the great outdoors, or to enjoy the nightlife of the city, living in New Brunswick means it will all be available to you. The province also has a long history with performing arts. The Atlantic Ballet Theater of Canada, Symphony New Brunswick, and Theatre New Brunswick are all major draws for those who enjoy the arts.

The government of New Brunswick operates very similarly to Canada’s national government. A forty-nine seat unicameral Parliament is elected once each five years (or more often should an election be called early. The major players in the government have historically been the Liberal Party and the Progressive Conservative Party, though smaller parties occasionally win seats.

Due to the lack of major urban population centers the government of New Brunswick tends to be more responsive to rural areas of the province than governments of provinces with larger urban areas. The significant French speaking population also creates a larger need for consensus building, even when one party holds a majority in government.

New Brunswick Cities

Fredericton immigration, Moncton immigration, and Saint John immigration are all possible through the Provincial Nominee Program NB. Successful PNP New Brunswick nominees can move to any city, town, or village in the province.

Largest cities in New Brunswick:

  • Moncton
  • Saint John
  • Fredericton
  • Miramichi
  • Edmundston
  • Bathurst
  • Campbellton

Both Fredericton immigration as well as Moncton immigration are increasing in popularity, and the 2020 New Brunswick PNP has been getting a lot of interest. Receiving a Canada Permanent Resident Visa from the Federal Government is significantly easier with a NB nomination boosting your Express Entry score, since you must be selected via an Express Entry draw in order to be invited to apply. A New Brunswick nomination will increase your Express Entry CRS by 600 points, significantly increases your chances of securing an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency through the Federal Express Entry immigration system.

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Иммиграционная программа Нью-Брансуик

Иммиграционная программа Нью-Брансуик

Иммиграционная программа Нью-Брансуик (NBPNP) является экономически-иммиграционной программой по привлечению иностранных рабочих, студентов, бизнесменов и других лиц, для проживания и работы в провинции. Благодаря соглашению с правительством Канады, провинция получила право самостоятельно отбирать и назначать потенциальных для провинции иммигрантов. Те кто получат номинацию от провинции, смогут подать заявления на иммиграцию и получение статуса постоянного резидента Канады (Permanent Resodence).
Нью Брансуик (New Brunswick) — Это единственная в Канаде провинция, где государственными и официальными языками являются два языка — английский и французский. Провинция Нью Брансуик славится своими учебными заведениями которые предлагают большие возможности для получения высшего образования. Одним из этих учебных заведений, является старейший в Канаде университет — University of New Brunswick, который был основан в 1785 г. в столичном городе Фредериктон(Fredericton). Университет Нью Брансвик имеет также филиал в городе Сент-Джон(Saint John) который является крупнейшем городом провинции. Осаваные сферы экономики в провинции Нью Брансуик это различные сферы услуг, легкая промышленность, рыболовство, лесная промышленность и машиностроение.

Иммиграция в Канаду — Программа Нью-Брансуик (NBPNP)

Провинциальная программа Нью-Брансуик имеет несколько категорий по которым можно подать заявление на получение номинации от Нью-Брансуик.

1. Категория для Квалифицированных Специалистов.

Эта категория является одной из лучших из иммиграционных категорий провинциальной программы Нью-Брансуик. Преимущество заключается в том, что по ней могут успешно пройти те, кто не соответствует всем требованиям Федеральной Программы (FSWP).
Номинация по этой категории выдаётся на основании гарантированного приглашения на работу (Job Offer) от работодателя в Нью-Брансуик и подтверждённым LMIA — Labour Market Impact Assessment.

2. Категория для Полу-квалифицированных Специалистов.

Данная иммиграционная категория провинции Нью-Брансуик рассчитана для тех иммигрантов чьи профессии не включены в Федеральную Программу ( FSWP ) . Номинацию по этой категории можно получить при наличие приглашения на работу от работодателя в Нью-Брансуик и подтверждённым LMIA — Labour Market Impact Assessment.

Востребованные специальности для полу-квалифицированных работников:

  • Работники пищевой промышленности
  • Работники легкой и тяжелой промышленности

3. Категория для Иностранный Студентов.

Иммиграционная программа Нью-Брансуик даёт возможность иностранным студентам подать заявленее на полученне провинциального сертификата, с целью иммигрировать в Канаду. Иностранные студенты успешно окончившие обучение в Нью-Брансуик (минимум годовая программа) и имеющие опыт работы по профессиям категории NOC 0, А, В и наличие работодателя в Нью-Брансуик, имеют право подать заявление на получения номинации от провинции для дальнейшей иммиграции в Канаду.

4. Семейное спонсорство.

В Нью-Брансуик, можно иммигрировать по семейному спонсорству на основании наличия близких родственников в провинции Нью-Брансуик, облдающие статусом Постоянного Резидента или Гражданина Канады. Для получения спонсорства от родственников документы подаются напрямую в Министерство Иммиграции и Гражданства Канады ( CIC — Citizenship and Immigration Canada ).

Компания GIC Canada Immigartion Co. предпринимает все необходимые усилия для обеспечения максимально точной информации об Иммиграции в Канаду. К сожалению иммиграционные правила и требования к заявителям могут изменятся. По этой причине некоторые детали иммиграционных программ могли измениться с момента их первоначальной публикации. Чтобы подробнее узнать об этой или другой иммиграционной программе мы рекомендуем посетить официальный веб-сайт Министерства гражданства и иммиграции Канады или обратиться к представителю компании: Связь с Нами

Ознакомьтесь с другими Провинциальными программами Канады. Под провинциальной программой подписаны 10 провинций и одна территория:

Провинциальная Программа PNP включает в себя все 10 провинций и одну территорию:

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