Highlights: New Brunswick prioritizes immigration applications
New Brunswick decided to focus on processing backlog immigration applications from health-related and technology occupations and foreign graduates in the province.
Currently, New Brunswick prioritized the applications which are from 12 specific NOC (National Occupational Classification) codes, francophone, and as well as New Brunswick graduates.
The candidates who do not come under the above-mentioned 12 NOC codes are guided toward Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP).
The Opportunities New Brunswick (ONB) is taking specific measures which will be effective, to manage the inventory of the skilled worker stream belonging to New Brunswick (NB SWS) till the end of 2022.
Processing backlog Canadian immigration applications
New Brunswick concentrates on processing immigration applications for technology and health-related occupations along with these international graduates in the province.
As of now, the province is prioritizing 12 specific National Occupational classification codes, New Brunswick graduates, and francophones. These get immediately effective as the ONB (Opportunities in New Brunswick) is been implementing the necessary measures to manage the skilled worker stream of New Brunswick’s inventory till the end of 2022.
NB Skilled Worker Stream (NB SWS) and its selection factors
Once the candidate is qualified with eligibility requirements, then they are assessed based on the six selection factors and are provided with the score. The applicants need to get at least 60 points out of 100 to be qualified.
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