当前在加拿大读书的申请人都不能申请 NBPNP ，其他不能申请的情况与其他类别类似。
A nomination certificate does not guarantee the issuance of a permanent resident visa. The NBPNP may withdraw your nomination at any time prior to the issuance of a permanent resident visa by CIC.
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 is advised that information in your immigration application is false or misleading;
- You do not intend to live in New Brunswick.
Applications are not accepted from applicants who:
- Have an application in process under another immigration program in Canada;
- Intend to work in an occupation that is a National Occupational Classification (NOC) level C or D;
- 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 engaged in full-time post-secondary education;
- Are on a valid federal post-graduation work permit whose occupation falls under NOC skill level C or D;
- Are live-in caregivers;
- Are a seasonal, part-time or casual worker;
- Are an individual whose job is not based in New Brunswick;
- Intend to start a business and/or be self-employed in New Brunswick; or
- Are unable to provide proof of required amount of funds (see section on Minimum Funds Requirement).
If you are living in Canada during the 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.