International graduates, their spouses, or those with open work permits in Canada that wish to find full-time work and settle permanently in Newfoundland and Labrador are invited to complete Newfoundland’s online registration form. The form is available from today, September 29, to October 13, 2021. The details given in the form will help department staff to match newcomer applicants to employers based on labour needs.
Employers in Newfoundland and Labrador are also encouraged to provide details of their job vacancies via the province’s online portal.
Newfoundland and Labrador continues to make ongoing efforts to accelerate immigration to their province and plans to increase the number of permanent residents annually to 5,100 by 2026. This year, Immigration, Refugee, Citizenship Canada (IRCC) allocated the province 1,050 nominations through the Newfoundland Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP), and the entry of 442 applications under the Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP). Newfoundland’s current targets will more than triple the province’s immigration levels by 2026,
To assist in the settlement of Newfoundland and Labrador’s newcomers, the province is committed to minimizing challenges many immigrants and their families face. To help ease the process for immigrants when tripling immigration levels, Newfoundland and Labrador plan to undertake the following initiatives:
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