The New Brunswick Province is a nautical province in the northeast to Canada. The state has 2 officially declared languages. The first language is French which is spoken by 30% of the population. It is a home to many of the cities such as Fredericton, Moncton, and Saint John.
The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) is a program arranged for the potential immigrants who possess the right abilities and experience required by the province. These targeted immigrants are given a New Brunswick Provincial Nomination certificate that allows them to apply for permanent residency in Canada. This program helps the candidates process their applications quicker than other alternate Canadian immigration classes. The following categories of targeted people are provided with the certificates that can further make applications for the opportunity:
Category 1: Express Entry Labour Market Stream.
Category 2: Skilled Workers with Family Support.
Category 3: Skilled Workers with Employer Support.
Category 4: Business Applicants.
Under the Skilled Trades Worker category, the following family members may be included in an application:
The FSTW visas are generally processed in 6-12 months. The selection pattern solely depends upon the frequency of draws and ranking of the applicant in the pool.
In order to apply for a FSTW visa, the applicant must a qualifying job offer or a certificate of trades from the selected province. This certificate is called the certificate of qualification and symbolizes the candidates trade skills are recognized and accepted.
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