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New Brunswick Point Calculator

New Brunswick Point(s) Calculator helps the government in assessing the required eligibility for New Brunswick Immigration under New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream. The process for applying for being able to immigrate to New Brunswick Canada as per the New Brunswick information session is to first score a minimum of 67 points on the New Brunswick Immigration Points Calculator gridAfter which the candidates will be eligible to submit their files to the Express Entry pool.

Candidates who are eligible to enter the federal Express Entry pool and are interested in living and working in New Brunswick may apply to the New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream and score points in New Brunswick Express Entry Points Calculator.

This stream allows the province to nominate individuals who are already in Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry pool and who have the necessary education, skilled work experience, language ability, and other factors to help them settle successfully and integrate into New Brunswick’s labor market and communities.

To enter the federal Express Entry pool, candidates must be eligible for one of the three federal economic immigration programs:

  1. Federal Skilled Worker Program
  2. Federal Skilled Trades Program
  3. Canadian Experience Class

Candidates who meet all eligibility requirements of one of these three federal programs must begin by creating an Express Entry profile. Based on the information the candidate submits, his or her profile will be given a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score and the top-ranking profiles will be invited to apply for Permanent Residence. Receiving a Provincial or Territorial Nomination will boost the candidate’s score by 600 CRS points, greatly increasing his or her chance of being invited to apply for Permanent Residence.

Find the New Brunswick PNP Point Calculator Below:

FactorsPoints
Education25
Language Skills28
Work Experience15
Age12
Arranged Employment10
Adaptability10

Factor 1: Education

This factor assess the applicant on the basis of the highest level of education that the applicant has and awards them points for the same. Maximum 25 points can be scored under this factor.

Level of Education Points
Doctoral level25 points
Master`s level or professional degree23 points
Two or more post-secondary credentials, one of which is a three-year or longer post-secondary credential22 points
Three-year or longer post-secondary credential21 points
Two-year post-secondary credential19 points
One-year post-secondary credential15 points
Secondary school5 points

Factor 2: Language Skills

This factor scores the candidate on the basis of their language proficiency in Canada’s official languages that are English and French. Points are given for both English and French proficiency. A maximum of 28 points can e scored under this.

First official languagePoints
SpeakingListeningReadingWriting
CLB level 9 or higher6666
CLB level 85555
CLB level 74444
Below CLB level 7Not eligible to apply

Second official languagePoints
At least CLB 5 in all of the four abilities4
CLB 4 or less in any of the four abilities0

Factor 3: Work Experience

Candidates can avail points under this factor if they have the required work experience in an Occupation In-Demand in New Brunswick. Having work experience in an occupation present in the New Brunswick PNP Occupation List. A maximum of 15 points can be scored under this category.

 

Work ExperiencePoints
1 year (Minimum threshold)9 points
2-3 years11 points
4-5 years13 points
6 years or more15 points

Factor 4: Age

Candidates can get 12 points based on their age group. The most points being for people between the age of 22 to 35 and least for people who are over 47 years old and younger than 22 years of age.

AgePoints
Less than 220
22-3512
3611
3710
389
398
407
416
425
434
443
452
461
47 and older0


Factor 5: Arranged Employment

This factor determines if the candidate has a valid job offer in the province and his job profile is present in the National Occupational Classification Skill O, A and B lists. Also if the validity of the candidate is assessed under this (if they have one). A maximum 10 points are given under this.

The ApplicantAndPoints
is currently working in Canada on an LMIA-based work permit and his or her work in Canada is considered “skilled” (NOC 0, A, or B level).
  • The work permit is valid when a permanent residency application is made* and
  • The employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant.

*At the time the permanent resident visa is issued, the applicant is expected to still hold a valid work permit.

10 points
is currently working in Canada on an LMIA-exempt work permit or a work permit issued under a provincial/territorial agreement.
  • The work permit is valid when a permanent residence application is made* and
  • The employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant.

*At the time the permanent resident visa is issued, the applicant is expected to still hold a valid work permit.

10 points
does not hold a valid work permit and is not otherwise authorized to work in Canada.
  • A prospective employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant; and
  • The offer of employment has received a positive LMIA
10 points
holds a valid work permit or is otherwise authorized to work in Canada, but does not fall under one of the two above scenarios.
  • The work permit or authorization is valid when a permanent residence application is made;
  • A prospective employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant; and
  • The offer of employment has received a positive LMIA
10 points

Factor 6: Adaptability

This factor helps to assess if the candidate will be able to adapt well in the neighborhood once he/she moves to Canada. This can be done by checking the candidates background or relations in Canada. A maximum 10 points are awarded under this category.

 

AdaptabilityPoints
Previous work in New Brunswick

The principal applicant completed a minimum of one year of authorized, full-time work in New Brunswick:

in an occupation in Skill Type 0, Skill Level A or B of NOC; and      with a valid work permit or while authorized to work in Canada.

10
Arranged employment (principal applicant only)

The principal applicant earned points under Factor 5: Arranged Employment.

5
Previous study in New Brunswick

The principal applicant completed at least two academic years of full-time study (in a program of at least two years in duration) at a secondary or post-secondary school in New Brunswick.

Full-time study means at least 15 hours of classes per week, and the applicant must have remained in good academic standing (as defined by the school) during the period of full-time study in New Brunswick.

5
Spouse or common-law partner’s previous study in New Brunswick

The principal applicant’s spouse or common-law partner completed at least two academic years of full-time study (in a program of at least two years in duration) at a secondary or post-secondary school in New Brunswick.

Full-time study means at least 15 hours of classes per week, and the spouse or common-law partner must have remained in good academic standing (as defined by the school) during the period of full-time study in New Brunswick.

5
Spouse or common-law partner’s previous work in New Brunswick

The principal applicant’s spouse or common-law partner completed a minimum of one year of authorized, full-time work in New Brunswick.

5
Relatives in New Brunswick

The principal applicant or, if applicable, his or her spouse or common-law partner, have a relative who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident residing in New Brunswick and is 18 years or older. Acceptable forms of relatives include:

  • ✍ parent
  • ✍ grandparent
  • ✍ brother/sister
  • ✍ aunt/uncle
  • ✍ niece/nephew
5
Spouse or common-law partner’s level of language proficiency

The principal applicant`s spouse or common-law partner’s level of language proficiency in either English or French is at the CLB 4 level or higher in all four language abilities (speaking, listening, reading and writing).

To receive these points, an applicant must submit a copy of the language test results from a designated testing agency with his or her application. Results must not be more than two years old on the date that the application is received.

5


Free Visa Assessment
Once the candidate scores 67 points on the New Brunswick Immigration Points Calculator 2018, the file can straight away be sent to the New Brunswick Express Entry System where the candidate will be judged under the New Brunswick EOI along with the other people who have applied. People with the highest scores will be given a New Brunswick provincial nominee certificate which will later help to speed up the process for obtaining a Canadian Permanent Residency Visa.

 

For availing more information about the New Brunswick PNP points calculator, call the corporate hotline +91-7042 184 185 / email your queries on info@makevisas.com.

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