A new dawn beckons as the sun's rays gently warm the easternmost American province of Newfoundland & Labrador in Atlantic Canada. For only a few moments the province baths in sunlight every morning while the rest of the continent remains dark. As the ancient landing site of the Vikings awakens so does it’s blossoming economy.
The Way Forward on Immigration in Newfoundland & Labrador is a five-year immigration plan aimed at increasing immigration to the beautiful and serene maritime province. The plan has brought in thousands of skilled immigrants who are helping boost the province economy, which currently has the third-highest GDP in Canada. Service industries account for the largest share of the provinces GDP, followed closely by mining, oil production, manufacturing and fishing.
How Does the NLPNP Work?
The Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP) nominates over a thousand skilled workers who meet the eligibility criteria every year to the IRCC for permanent residency. You can apply via the Newfoundland & Labrador government website. In-demand occupations in the province include long-haul truck drivers, skilled cooks and butchers and a number of other occupations as seen below:
Atlantic Immigration Pilot
Foreign skilled workers who want to immigrate to Atlantic Canada can apply for permanent residency (PR) through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP). Applicants that have a valid job offer in the NOC 0, A, B or C categories and meet the other eligibility requirements can apply for PR at the same time as they apply for their work permit.
Skilled Workers Stream & Atlantic Immigration Pilot
The in-demand jobs in Canada under this category are broad and therefore classified under three major skill types namely; Jobs in Management (O), Professional Jobs (A) and Technical Jobs or Skilled Trades (B):
Skilled Worker Stream
Example Occupations (NOC)
O - Jobs in Management Positions
NOC 0111 Financial managers
A - Professional Jobs
NOC 3012 Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
B - Technical Jobs and Skilled Trades
NOC 7251 Plumber
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