申请处理期间可能会要求补料。同时NB会联系担保人，通知柒面试时间。面试地点为： Population Growth Division office，具体地址为： 440 King Street, King Tower, Suite 420, Fredericton, New Brunswick.
NBPNP Skilled Worker Applicants with Family Support Guide - flyabroad
The Guide for Skilled Worker Applicants with Family Support explains how you may apply to the Skilled Worker Applicant category of the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP).
Instructions for completing your application are included in this guide. Forms are available for download on our website at www.gnb.ca/immigration.
Program criteria may change without notice. Your application will be assessed according to the criteria in place at the time you are assigned an NBPNP application number. Consult our web site to make sure you have the current version of this guide and application forms.
You are not required to use the services of an immigration representative. No priority or special consideration is given to applications prepared by an immigration representative.
If you or someone acting on your behalf directly or indirectly misrepresents or withholds material facts relating to your application for permanent residence in Canada your application will be refused. We routinely check with reliable sources to verify whether information provided and documents submitted are genuine.
This application guide is provided free of charge by the Government of New Brunswick and is not to be sold.
Table of Contents - NBPNP Skilled Worker Applicants With Family Support:
- Eligibilty Requirements - Applicant
- Eligibilty Requirements - Family Supporter
- Application Process
Mailing Address for Correspondence and Submission of Immigration Documents:
Post-Secondary Education Training and Labour
Population Growth Division, Immigration Branch
New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program
500 Beaverbrook Court, 5th Floor, Suite 500
P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada E3B 5H1
Telephone 001 (506) 453-3981
Fax 001 (506) 444-6729
Monday to Friday, 8:15AM – 4:30PM Atlantic Standard Time (AST)
Closed Saturday, Sunday and statutory holidays
The NBPNP does not respond to inquiries about your application status.
Introduction - NBPNP Skilled Worker Applicants With Family Support - flyabroad
The NBPNP is a provincial immigration program made possible through an agreement with the Government of Canada. As an economic program, the NBPNP selects, and nominates, qualified workers from around the world who will live in New Brunswick and contribute to the New Brunswick economy through full time ongoing employment.
Immigration Program Officers review applications based on eligibility requirements and selection factors. You must meet eligibility requirements. You should also be aware that meeting the eligibility requirements does not guarantee nomination. Priority will be given to Applicants who have the greatest potential to become economically established in New Brunswick.
To determine if you meet the requirements of the Program, carefully review the information in this Guide before submitting your application.
Decisions on applications are final. There is no appeal process in the event you are refused. If you are unsuccessful, you may reapply two years from notice that your application has been refused, providing your situation changes substantially and you have new information to submit. You also have the option to apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) immigration programs with New Brunswick as your destination.
If you are nominated by the NBPNP your application is forwarded to a CIC visa office for further evaluation and final decision on permanent resident status. Final decisions on permanent resident visas are the sole responsibility of CIC. You must meet all Canadian immigration regulations including a medical examination and security and criminal checks. You should not make final travel arrangements, dispose of property (personal or business), or give up your job until you receive a permanent resident visa.
A nomination certificate does not guarantee the issuance of a permanent resident visa by CIC. Your nomination may be withdrawn, by the NBPNP, at any time prior to the issuance of a permanent resident visa.
Reasons for which the NBPNP may withdraw a nomination include, but are not limited to the following:
- The NBPNP is no longer satisfied that you meet the requirements under which you were nominated.
- The NBPNP being advised that information in your immigration application is false or misleading.
- You do not intend to reside in New Brunswick.
Applications are not accepted from Applicants or Supporters who:
- Have an application in process under another immigration program in Canada.
- Are not lawfully residing in their country of residence at the time an application is received at the NBPNP Office. (Proof of lawful residence is required.)
- Have an unresolved humanitarian and compassionate claim in Canada.
- Are failed humanitarian and compassionate claimants living in Canada.
- Have an unresolved refugee claim in Canada.
- Are failed refugee claimants living in Canada.
- Are under a removal order in Canada.
- Are prohibited from entering Canada.
- Are temporary foreign workers with work permits.
- Are international graduates with work permits.
- Are engaged in full-time post secondary education.
- Are live-in caregivers.
If you are living in Canada during the NBPNP application process it is your responsibility to maintain your legal immigration status.
If you have been refused under another provincial or federal immigration program you must advise the NBPNP and provide copies of all relevant correspondence. The correspondence must include sufficient information to allow the Immigration Program officer to evaluate the reasons for your refusal. Failure to provide complete information will result in your refusal.
Application Process - NBPNP Skilled Worker Applicants With Family Support - flyabroad
STEP #1 SUBMIT YOUR IMMIGRATION APPLICATION TO THE NBPNP
Include one original copy of the NBPNP forms and supporting documents; and one original, plus one photocopy of the CIC forms and supporting documents. Use the Checklist for Skilled Workers with Family Support (NBPNP-DCSWF) to ensure that you have the required forms and documents.
Documentation submitted with your application will not be returned. You should obtain multiple originals of any documentation submitted with your application (such as reference letters, police certificates) so you are prepared if you need to submit a new application. You must keep a copy of the completed forms and supporting documents.
The NBPNP may request additional information at any time during the application process to assess your application.
During the application process the Supporter will be contacted by an NBPNP Official with an interview time and date. Interviews are conducted at the Population Growth Division office located at 440 King Street, King Tower, Suite 420, Fredericton, New Brunswick.
STEP #2 THE NBPNP WILL PROVIDE WRITTEN NOTIFICATION OF THE NOMINATION DECISION
NBPNP will provide written notification of the final decision. If nominated, the NBPNP will mail your application to the Centralized Intake Office in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Upon receiving favorable results, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will issue your permanent residence visa.
STEP #3 SETTLE IN NEW BRUNSWICK AND CONTACT THE NBPNP
Within 30 days of landing in Canada, you must notify the NBPNP of your address and telephone number in New Brunswick.
Fees - NBPNP Skilled Worker Applicants With Family Support - flyabroad
You must pay the CAD $250.00 processing fee charged by NBPNP. The NBPNP processing fee is non-refundable whether your application is approved or not. Attach the processing fees to the NBPNP Fee Payment for Skilled Worker Applicants (NBPNP-011SW) and submit with your application for permanent residence. The form is available at www.gnb.ca/immigration.
You must pay the processing and right of permanent residence fees charged by CIC. The CIC processing fee is non-refundable whether your application is approved or not. You must submit the Fee Payment Form–Application for Permanent Residence (IMM5620). The form is available at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/pdf/kits/forms/IMM5620E.pdf
You and your family members must also pay for medical examinations, police clearances, fees associated with language testing and obtaining documents. Other fees may apply.