Attention Filipinos in Canada, the Federal and Provincial immigration programs of Canada are constantly evolving. Let Mercan assist and guide you which among these immigration programs will best meet your needs
|Federal Skilled Worker|
|Quebec Skilled Worker|
|Provincial Nominee Program|
|Canada Experience Class|
New Brunswick PNP
Every year, hundreds of immigrants around the world choose this province of New Brunswick as their new home; the place they want to establish themselves and start a new life. We are happy to welcome newcomers, whether they are workers, entrepreneurs, investors, refugees, or people who want to be reunited with family.
Once you are nominated by the province, you must submit your New Brunswick Provincial nominee Program and federal immigration application package directly to the appropriate CIC visa office. CIC will conduct criminal, security and health checks on your application. It may also request an interview or additional information. CIC will make the final selection decision on whether you will be issued a permanent resident visa.
There are two ways to apply to be a permanent resident and live in New Brunswick:
Job Offer Applicants
To be considered for nomination as a skilled worker under the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program, you require a permanent, full-time job offer from an established New Brunswick company. The job must meet provincial employment standards and offer comparable industry rates of pay. In most cases, the skills offered by the potential immigrant are not readily available in New Brunswick and employers must demonstrate that they are having difficulty finding these skills in the local job market.
Business Plan Applicants
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.
• you must 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.
• 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.