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New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot Program application process

How to apply for New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot Program?

New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot is an immigration program that aims at filling up the critical labour shortages in different provinces in Canada. This program mainly focuses on attracting skilled foreign workers and providing them with the opportunity to become permanent residents in Canada.

Furthermore, New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot Program is part of an economic immigration program working toward the difficult-to-fill jobs in New Brunswick and hence the participant employer makes the candidate’s applications and as a result, direct applications from interested candidates are not accepted.

Read more: Apply for Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot: Permanent Residency In Canada

Application Process for New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot

Step 1: You should have an employment offer

Firstly, you must have a genuine employment offer from an eligible employer in New Brunswick and he should be willing to support you in the process of immigration.

Step 2: Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI)

Secondly, to apply for the New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot Program, you must create and submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through the Immigration New Brunswick (INB) portal. In addition, you should notify GNB if any changes take place in your family composition, marital status, decrease in salary, immigration status, contact information etc.

Besides, if you fail to inform Government of New Brunswick Canada (GNB) of such changes it might result in the refusal of your application.

New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot Program

Step 3: Invitation to apply

You will receive an Invitation to apply (ITA) from the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program(NBPNP). Additionally, you have to submit the complete application within 45 days from the date you receive an ITA.

Equally important, if you fail to submit your complete application, the NBPNP will automatically remove your ITA and you will have to restart the complete process.

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Step 4: Submit your application

After you submit your complete application and pay the processing fee online, the Government of New Brunswick Canada (GNB) will review your application based on the eligibility requirements and other selection factors.

Moreover, your application will be refused if you don’t meet the requirements for the New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot stream.

Additional information required for the application

GNB may ask for more information to verify your application. It’s important that you provide the additional information on time to avoid the rejection of your application. Below is the list of additional information needed by the GNB:

  1. Settlement plan
  2. Interview to verify the information provided
  3.  Age of dependent children
  4. Members dependent on the applicant but not coming to Canada
  5. You need to show all your previous applications

Step 5: Receive work permit and nomination letter

You will receive a final decision in writing from GNB on your Immigration New Brunswick (INB) account. Moreover, you will receive a work permit support letter from GNB which allows you to apply for a work permit without needing a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

Step 6: Submit your PR application 

After receiving a nomination by the Government of New Brunswick Canada (GNB), you must submit your PR application to IRCC before the expiry date mentioned in your Nomination certificate.

Lastly, IRCC will process your application and make the final decision for your New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot application.

Step 7: Receive approval from IRCC

Once IRCC approves your application, you will receive a PR visa from IRCC. Besides, you need to report your arrival to GNB within 30 days of landing in Canada.

Processing fees for NBCWP

The processing fee for the New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot stream is Canadian $250 which you can pay with the help of MasterCard, Amex, Discover, Visa/Debit or INTERAC Online.

Lastly, the processing fees include your spouse, common-law partner, and dependent children. The fees are non-refundable.

Note: You along with your family members also need to pay the fees for police clearances, obtaining documents, medical examinations, and language testing. Additional fees may also include educational credential assessments, document translation, and net worth verification. These fees are not to be paid to GNB.

We hope this article about How to apply for the New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot Program was helpful to you. If you have any queries/questions related to the Canadian immigration programs, please schedule an appointment with us. You’ll get the finest support and guidance from our best lawyers in Angad Immigration, who will ensure your profile is validated as per the suitable immigration programs.

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    My name is Teklebrhan Teklay am 30yrs old male, from Ethiopia , Tigray i gratitude from haramaya university , by psychiatry nurse, i worked and working in humanitarian INGO, in Tigray crisis . By MHPss counseling . And i am very interested to work in canada, either by my professiona or by other. Thank you so much.

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  9. Good morning. Please my name is Bright Obeng. I am a storekeeper with 4 years experience. I am very good at speaking English. I am ready to do any labourer work. I am in Ghana and will be very happy to work at Canada. Thank you

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