New Foundland Provincial Nominee Program

by XIPHIAS IMMIGRATION migration executive

New Foundland and Labrador province is located in the eastern most part of Canada. This province to bring in more work forces into the province brings in their New Foundland Provincial Nominee Program. This program aims at recruiting the best personnel to fit in to the work environment and culture of New Foundland and Labrador province. This province is beautiful. This province was where the world-famous Labrador breed of dogs was first bred. New Found Land is part of the largest island “land masses” of the world, standing at 16th position. Agriculture, manufacturing industries, energy sourcing and tourism makes a big part of the economy of New Found land province. The province has been extensively used as a port for Canada.

XIPHIAS Immigration brings about all of its long standing experience to help our clients get through to relocate to any province of their choice in Canada. As we are registered agents with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council, we are regarded the RICC who will be getting timely updates about the information about any kind of migration process in Canada.

NF PNP provides three streams for all those interested to relocate to New Found Land.

1.       New Found Land Express Entry Skilled Worker program

2.       Skilled worker category

3.       International Graduate Category

New Found Land Express Entry Skilled Worker program works in tandem with the Federal Express Entry system. All the profiles in the system which are already processed and shortlisted will be further shortlisted based on the rankings and based on the requirements of the province. Once the profile is shortlisted, such shortlisted will be provided with a provincial nomination certificate, due to which the score of the individual will surge up by 600 points. Such individual will then naturally become qualified to apply for Canada Permanent Residency VISA.

For one to be shortlisted through the skilled worker category, the individual will have to have a job offer from a local employer who is based in New Found Land and Labrador. Under the International Graduate Category, applicants who are studying in Canada’s university preferably local to this province can utilize this stream to obtain their nomination for Permanent Residency in Canada.

To qualify under the Express Entry Stream, the applicants will have to satisfy the factors like age, education, experience, language and adaptability. Each the factor fetches the applicant a score and that score, adding up will be ranked. The top rankers are usually shortlisted for further processing. Applicant will have to submit documents satisfying their claim in the application. These documents include birth certificate or its lieu, education certificate, experience certificates or their lieu, a certificate of having cleared language bench mark, certificates proving one’s mental and physical health and certificates from local bodies proving one to be free from any kind of crime.  

This said, the applicant will be provided with proper guidance and support from team of XIPHIAS to first help them understand their requirement/needs and based on that a solution will be pitched in to help them clear any kind of hindrances in their path of pursuit to relocate to Canada. XIPHIAS will further assist them with their need to earn the score required to prove that they have achieved Canada’s Language benchmark. We also support our clients with the application and documents. We ensure to follow-up with our clients to work them to ensure things go smooth. It’s no different for New Brunswick province. We also provide our clients with enough assistance in form of post landing services.

Reach out to us today to know more about the programs available for skilled migration.
+91-9019400500, +91-8010500200.

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