The Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program is an immigration program that allows the province to nominate skilled workers, entrepreneurs, and graduates to apply for Canadian permanent residency.
Eligibility for the NL PNP varies depending on the stream, but generally, applicants must have a job offer in Newfoundland and Labrador, meet minimum language requirements, have the necessary education and work experience, and meet the program’s other criteria.
Express Entry Skilled Worker Category: A Canadian immigration program for skilled workers with the required qualifications and work experience to contribute to Canada’s economy.
International Graduate Category: It allows international graduates from Canadian institutions to apply for permanent residency.
Entrepreneur Category: A Canadian immigration program allows entrepreneurs with a viable business idea and sufficient funds to start or purchase a business in Canada.
The International Graduate Entrepreneur Program: It allows international graduates with an innovative business idea and support from a designated organization to apply for a work permit and start their own business in Canada.
Skilled Worker Category: The Skilled Worker Category offers opportunities for skilled workers with job offers from employers in the province. It aims to attract individuals with specific skills.
Priority Skills NL: Priority Skills NL is an initiative that identifies specific occupations and skills in high demand. It focuses on attracting and retaining individuals with these priority skills to meet the province’s economic and labor market needs for growth and development.