Immigration Lawyers for The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program
New Brunswick is considered one of four Atlantic maritime provinces (which are in Eastern Canada). The region boasts a lower cost of living and is notable for being Canada’s only officially bilingual province (French and English).
For those with job offers from one of 6 select employers with an impeccable track record in the NB PNP, solid recruitment practices and settlement programs already in place.
New Brunswick PNP Frequently Asked Questions
After you get PR from the New Brunswick PNP, do you have to live there?
You should intend to live in New Brunswick at the time you apply given you complete a Settlement Plan and sign a document explaining why you wish to immigrate there. Nevertheless, the Canadian Constitution guarantees freedom of mobility and so if you change your mind after becoming a Permanent Resident, you may move to another area of Canada.
What is PNP and how does it work?
You must first complete an application and receive a nomination. Then you must apply for the federal stage which involves assessment for medical, criminal and security issues.
What is faster: the New Brusnwick PNP or the Atlantic Immigration Program?
In our experience, the Atlantic Immigration Program is faster.
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