Eastern Canada’s Newfoundland and Labrador has long been shrouded in mystery.
Two distinct landmasses make up this region: the connected Labrador and the island of Newfoundland. St. John’s, the common city, is home to a sizable population and relies heavily on its seaside location to shape its vibrant culture.
Recent growth in energy production and natural resources have propelled the area to the forefront of Canada’s economy.
Newfoundland and Labrador’s provincial nominee programme is abbreviated NLPNP. Potential residents of Newfoundland and Labrador who possess the skills and expertise sought after in the province can apply for a “common title” through this initiative.
The NLPNP acknowledges applications under the accompanying migration classes:
Newfoundland and Labrador Express Entry Skilled Worker
The NLPNP can now identify talented rising stars and offer them jobs through the federal government’s Express Entry migration option system if they fall into the NL Express Entry Qualified Worker class. Individuals who have been accepted into the federal government’s Express Entry group may consider applying for the NL Express Entry Qualified Worker class.
Individuals designated by the NLPNP will be given priority under the Complete Rating System, increasing the likelihood that they will receive an Invitation to Submit for permanent residency in Canada.
Applications filed under this category are accepted by the NLPNP for those who have received a guaranteed job offer from a company based in Newfoundland and Labrador. Those who are already employed in the region legally may also be eligible.
Graduation Standards for All Universities
Graduates who have graduated from a Canadian post-secondary institution but are still in Canada on a Post-Graduate Work Pass can apply to the NLPNP under this category. Applicants should also be working in their area of focus at the time of application, and should have either a current place of job or a hiring offer from a Newfoundland and Labrador company.
An International Classification of Business Owners
Foreign citizens who are interested in relocating to Newfoundland and Labrador and starting, co-managing, or purchasing a company in the province will soon be able to apply for business migration categorization under the NLNP. While on a Provisional Work Permit, competitors must run their company for a full year before applying for a permanent position outside of the region.
College Business Competition All Over the Globe
This NLNP International Graduate Enterprise will provide a route to permanent residency in Canada for international graduates of post-secondary institutions in Newfoundland and Labrador who desire to establish, co-claim, or run a company in the province.
As part of the Atlantic Immigration Program, Newfoundland and Labrador collaborates with the federal government to recruit foreign workers to occupy in-demand positions in Atlantic Canada. Those from afar who are thinking about applying for Atlantic Immigration Aviator may be temporarily or permanently residing in another country at the time of application.
Any participant in the trial must have a manager-endorsed offer of work that satisfies the program’s criteria.
Applicants may submit their forms to the NLPNP if they fall into one of the following visa brackets: