03 Dec, 2018 New Brunswick PNP now accepting in-province applications for Express Entry
Canada’s maritime province of New Brunswick has announced that it is currently accepting Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the Express Entry stream of the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NB PNP). Submissions are limited to those who are currently living and working in New Brunswick and who have active Express Entry profiles.
New Brunswick Express Entry
In October of this year, the New Brunswick Express Entry PNP was temporarily closed to new submissions. However, as of November 28th, 2018, the province has reopened the stream to new candidates who meet a specific set of criteria (see the full list below). Notably, in order to submit to the program, candidates must already be living and working in New Brunswick at the time of submission.
Eligibility Requirements and Application Procedure
In order to be eligible to submit to the New Brunswick Express Entry PNP, candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Must have an active Express Entry profile
- Must be currently living and working in New Brunswick
- Must be working in a position at NOC Code 0, A, or B
- Must have a valid language test scores in either English or French equal to Canadian Language Benchmark Level 7 (CLB 7)
- Must have an Educational Credentials Assessment (ECA) showing education equivalent to a Canadian High School diploma
If a person meets those criteria, they are eligible to submit to the program. To apply, a candidate must first submit an Expression of Interest (EOI). This document can be downloaded on the New Brunswick PNP website and emailed directly to the program. If an applicant’s EOI meets the requirements of the program, they may be invited to submit an official PNP application.
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