International graduates in lower skilled jobs who are already working in New Brunswick are being given a break during the pandemic, in the form of an opportunity to apply for permanent residence through the Atlantic Canadian province’s Skilled Worker Program. Usually, that stream of the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) does not allow international
New Brunswick has created a new immigration pathway for truck drivers under the existing New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program skilled worker stream. The new stream, effective October 1 2020, comes in response to feedback on staff shortages from industry stakeholders, the province says. It specifically targets National Occupation Classification (NOC) 7511 for Transport Truck Drivers.
A proposed Municipal Nominee Program is being eagerly anticipated by Canada business and community leaders, hungry for a greater ability to bring in and retain immigrants. “Business owners across the country are facing challenges finding the workers they need,” notes the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) on its website. “While it’s easier (and cheaper)
2020-03-26 – The province of New Brunswick is restricting inter-provincial migration in a move aimed to help the fight against coronavirus. Provincial ‘peace officers’ are authorized to turn away visitors trying to enter the province from Quebec, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. All unnecessary travel into New Brunswick is prohibited in a move aimed
2020-02-10 – Immigration is the cornerstone of New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs’ plan to boost the province’s economy. Higgs wants to boost immigration to 10,000 new permanent residents per year by 2027, continuing an upwards curve witnessed since 2017. New Brunswick welcomed 5,660 newcomers up to November 2019, already more than 1,000 more than the
2020-02-05 – British Columbia immigration has conducted a new provincial draw, issuing invitations to apply to 85 BC PNP Tech Pilot candidates. The February 4 draw focused on four streams of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program. Minimum scores were 90 across the board for the four streams: SI – Skilled Worker SI – International
2019-10-03 – British Columbia immigration has added eight new communities to the Entrepreneur Immigration Regional Pilot. The additions mean a total of 64 communities are now signed up to take part in the pilot British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program stream. BC Entrepreneur Immigration Regional Pilot: New Communities Akisqnuk First Nation Canal Flats Invermere Parksville Peachland
2019-09-26 – New Brunswick immigration has revamped the requirements and selection factors for the New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream. A new application guide dated September 2019 sees several changes made to age, language, education, experience and job offer requirements of the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program stream. The stream includes initial Eligibility Requirements that must
5 de agosto del 2019 – Inmigración de Columbia Británica ha agregado 11 nuevas comunidades al Piloto Regional de Inmigración Empresarial de la provincia. Esto significa que ahora hay un total de 55 comunidades inscritas para participar en esta corriente piloto del Programa Provincial de Nominados de Columbia Británica. Piloto Regional de Inmigración Empresarial de
31 de julio dl 2019 – Inmigración de Nuevo Brunswick recibirá expresiones de interés de candidatos de Entrada Rápida que se encuentran actualmente viviendo y trabajando en la provincia. La provincia ha publicado una lista de criterios específicos que los candidatos deben tener, junto con los requisitos generales de la Entrada Rápida de Nuevo Brunswick.