New Brunswick recognizes that immigration is a source of skills,
entrepreneurship, expertise, international links, and capital, which
create additional employment and investment. Through the Provincial
Nominee Program, New Brunswick actively seeks qualified immigrants who
will fill labour market shortages, or create employment and business
opportunities here. |
To be considered for nomination by New Brunswick, applicants must have a guaranteed job offer in their intended occupation or an approved plan to do business in New Brunswick.
To be considered as a business plan applicant:
- you must have previous management experience with proven success as a senior executive and/or business owner;
- your business skills must be relevant to the business you intend to pursue in New Brunswick;
- you must have sufficient funds to finance the first phase of
the planned business venture without third party assistance and to
support your family for a period of up to two years (the personal net
worth requirement will vary based on business venture proposed);
- you are required to participate in the business in an active managerial role.
The ability to speak English and/or French is critical to your
success as an entrepreneur in New Brunswick. We expect you to have a
basic knowledge of English and/or French and be able to understand and
answer the questions during the interview with New Brunswick officials.
If we are not satisfied that you have sufficient knowledge of the
language to carry on a business in New Brunswick, you will be required
to take intensive language training and to participate in a second
interview prior to nomination.
As an applicant to the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program,
you must make a commitment to settle permanently in New Brunswick and
are required to sign a declaration stating your intention to live and
work in this province. Provincial Nominees are likely to see their
application for immigration to Canada processed expeditiously.