Newfoundland and Labrador Immigration Program

The Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP) nominates individuals first Permanent Residency in Canada under the categories of skilled worker, entrepreneur and international graduate.

Thousands of qualified Temporary Visa holders enjoy employment in Canada with hopes of obtaining permanent status to better the lives of themselves and their families and through such a program their dreams can be realized. You may be next.

The skilled worker category is comprised of both a high and low skilled stream. Nominee applicants benefit from accelerated processing of their permanent residency application to settle in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Due to the immense interest this program garners the application process is extremely competitive. One certainly can’t afford to have their life’s dream jolted due to incorrectly filled and submitted paper work. It is for just such a reason why employing an immigration professional comes so highly recommended.

Who is the Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program For?

The Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program is for international graduates who have successfully completed post secondary education in Newfoundland and Labrador as long as one possesses a job offer. Persons who have an offer of employment or are already working with a work permit may apply as skilled workers under the NLPNP.

Additionally individuals who are looking to invest in and manage a new or existing business may apply under the entrepreneur category.

What to Ask a Licensed Canadian Immigration Professional About the NLPNP?

Not all immigration professionals are created equal.  Often we’ve noticed that Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program visas aren’t accepted because the right questions were not discussed.

Here are some very important questions you want to ask any person you are planning on hiring to help you with your Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program visa application:

  • Is there a requirement for a field of study in order to qualify?
  • If you are interested in the skilled worker stream, what is the minimum language standard to apply under the program?
  • A business person looking to apply under the entrepreneur stream should ask, what is the minimum required investment and are there restrictions on the types of businesses that I may invest in?

The immigration professional should have no problems answer those important questions for you.