Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador

The Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP) allows the Province to nominate applicants who meet established criteria, for Permanent Resident Status. The NLPNP offers an efficient immigration process for qualified skilled workers, international graduates and their families who wish to settle permanently in Newfoundland and Labrador. With a wave of growth thanks in part to its natural resources, Newfoundland is looking for skilled workersand post-graduates. The province’s economy has gone up significantly due to this new trend that will continue with more success as long as they have the resourceful people who want it! This program allows prospective immigrants to become the growing workforce of this province through its multiple streams.

Suppose you are a skilled worker of NOC Skill Level 0, A or B occupations with a guaranteed employment offer in the federal Express Entry pool. In that case, you may be eligible to apply for the Express Entry Skilled Worker stream of NLPNP.

Requirement of the

The Governmental Express Entry policy is adjusted with EE Skilled Worker. Candidates must have an active Express Entry profile to be recognized.

Candidates must have a full-time job offer that meets business standards.

If the proposed job falls under a managed occupation, the candidate is required to demonstrate that they can work in that business. The work proposal must be allocated as NOC O, A, or B Skill Levels.

If an immigrant employee is currently working and performing their duties in Canada, they must prove that they have a legal work permit.

The results of all candidates’ official language tests must fulfil the language proficiency requirements on their Express Entry profiles.

Candidates must have a minimum Canadian secondary graduation or diploma or international certification that has been considered equivalent to a Canadian secondary certificate or degree.

According to NOC Skill Level 0, A, or B occupations, candidates must have at least one year of work experience within the last ten years.

Candidates are required to get a minimum of 67 points on the EESW assessment grid.

Application Procedure

  • he EESW program is always accepting applications. The government EE pool requires skilled employers who plan to migrate to Newfoundland and Labrador to submit a form.
  • The applicants may apply after being accepted into the government’s EE pool and having a job offer. Successful candidates will receive a nomination.
  • The applicant’s CRS score will increase by 600 points after accepting the government nomination, ensuring they will receive an invitation to apply for continued residence.
  • After receiving an ITA, the candidate has the specified amount of time to plan and submit an official application for Canadian permanent residency. Applications are processed in under six months.

If you are an experienced employee, the skilled worker stream will provide you with a work offer from a Newfoundland and Labrador business. Before issuing you a job offer, the employer will require a particular set of skills from you.

Eligibility Conditions

Have a full-time legal business offer from a management or qualified organization.

The job offer needs to meet the requirements for manufacturing. The candidates must possess sufficient language abilities, education, and work experience to get the suggested occupation.

The candidate must possess a valid work permit or be qualified if they are currently working in Canada.

The applicants must explain sufficient financial support and settlement reserves to help their children in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Applicants will need to provide evidence of their French or English language proficiency. Applicants for NOC levels C or D occupations must earn at least CLB4 to join.

Application Procedure

  • This program instantly approved applications. All qualified candidates must present a broad appeal to the program.
  • Successful applicants will obtain a Newfoundland and Labrador provincial nomination.
  • Once getting it, an applicant has six months to submit a government application for Canadian permanent residency.
  • Applicants in this program must complete and submit a paper application for permanent residency and submit it to the appropriate application center by mail.
  • These PNPs’ paper applications for Permanent residency are handled in 18 months.

You are allowed to live and work in Canada after graduation from a post-secondary institution. You are required to apply for the NLNP International Graduate Program. You must either be employed or have obtained a work offer from a Newfoundland and Labrador company.

Eligibility Conditions

Applicants must have a full-time job offer from an available and excellent organization in the province to be eligible and qualified for the International Graduate Program.

The work must be acknowledged as a full-time status relevant to their field of study to meet NLNP.

Also, the applicant must meet the knowledge and experience requirements mentioned in the work description.

Candidates must possess the required language skills to complete the work offered. The applicant will need to prove the language test results equal to CLB level if the applicant’s position is at NOC level C or D.

Candidates needed to be secondary foundation-certified in Canada. The institution need not be located in the province of Newfoundland & Labrador, & the study record must be at least a two-year diploma or certificate. The candidate should possess some extra-institutional degrees to fulfil the business offered.

When candidates apply, they must legally work in Canada on a valid work permit. Candidates who received their degree or certification outside of the province must have a minimum of 1 year of experience in their field of study. The candidate must possess the multiple work experience needed to fulfil the job offered.

Application Procedure

The program application procedure is defined below.

  • The province will offer a provincial nomination to the successful candidates. The applicant has six months to submit a permanent residency government application when they obtain a nomination. This stream requires applicants to complete and apply for permanent residency at a recognized application center.
  • The processing time of PNP for permanent residence typically takes 18 months, and the cost of the application fee is 250$ CAD.

Application Procedure

The application process for this program is explained below:

  • The EESW program acquires applications at any moment. Skilled employers expecting to migrate to Newfoundland and Labrador need to present a form to the governmental EE pool.
  • Once the contestant has been admitted into the governmental EE pool and has a work offer, they may apply. Victorious applicants will gain a nomination.
  • After accepting the governmental nomination, the CRS score of the applicant will rise by 600 points, assuring they will get an Invitation to Apply for continual residence.
  • After getting an ITA, the applicant must plan and propose an official request for Canadian permanent residency within the given time. Applications are processed within six months.

2. Skilled Worker in Newfoundland and Labrador

If you’re an experienced worker, the Skilled Worker stream will give you a job offer from a Newfoundland and Labrador employer. You’ll need a skill set that the employer needs before giving you the job offer.

Eligibility Conditions

To be eligible and available for this program, the candidate must have the following abilities:

  • have a legitimate, full-time business offer from a qualified company or management.
  • The job proposal must match the manufacturing criteria. The applicant must have satisfactory language skills, education, and job experience to achieve the proposed profession.
  • If the applicant is currently operating in Canada, they must have a proven work license or be eligible.
  • Candidates will be needed to present proof of language ability in English or French. Candidates in NOC level C or D professions must obtain a minimum of CLB4 to join.
  • The candidates must describe enough settlement reserves and financial support to sustain their children in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Application Process

  • This program affirms applications at any moment. Eligible applicants must propose a broad appeal to the program. 
  • Victorious candidates will gain a provincial nomination from Newfoundland and Labrador. 
  • After receiving it, a candidate has 6 months to present a governmental application for Canadian permanent residency. 
  • Candidates in this program must finish and present a paper-based petition for permanent residence and give it by mail to the suitable application center. 
  • These paper-based PNP’s for Permanent residency are processed within 18 months.

The application fee for this stream of Newfoundland and Labrador is 250$ CAD. If a candidate quits or fails to gain their job in the nomination process, they may lose their ability and have their proposal. Also, their Canadian permanent residency request will be cancelled.

3. International Graduate

You can stay in Canada and work after graduating from a post-secondary institution. You need to apply for the NLNP International Graduate Program. You must either be currently employed or have received a job offer from an employer in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Requirements of the Program

To be eligible and available for this program, the candidate must have the following abilities:

  • To be suitable and qualified for the International Graduate Program, applicants should have a full-time work offer from an available and excellent company in the province. 
  • The job must be recognized as a full-time status related to their discipline of study to fit NLNP. 
  • The claimant must also match the experience and knowledge requirements given in the job description.  
  • Applicants must have sufficient language ability to accomplish the job offered. If the candidate’s position is at NOC level C or D, the applicant will be required to confirm the language test results equal to CLB level.
  • Applicants must have been certified by a Canadian secondary foundation. The study record needs to be a minimum of a two-year diploma or certificate, and the institution does not require to be in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The applicant should have some additional institutional degrees to perform the business offered.  
  • Applicants must be operating in Canada on a legitimate work license when they apply. Those who have achieved their degree or certificate outside of the province may need an experience of at least 1 year in their discipline of study. The applicant must have different work experience required to complete the job offered.

Procedure Of Application

  • The application process for this program is explained below.

    • Victorious candidates will accept a provincial nomination from the province. After getting a nomination, a claimant has 6 months to submit a governmental application for permanent residency. Candidates in this stream must finish and apply for permanent residence at a suitable application center. PNP for permanent residency is usually processed within 18 months.

    The application fee is 250$ CAD.