Rudraksh Immigration Mohali Explains The Procedure For Canadian PR Using Newfoundland and Labrador PNP

Rudraksh Immigration Group has been active in the overseas migration industry for almost 3 decades now.

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In the recent years, Indians have started travelling to Canada quite frequently making it one of the top destinations for people to migrate to. There are plenty of reasons for that including English as the medium of communication, great employment opportunities, world-class educational institutes, friendly locals and migration policies, exposure to cross-cultural ethnicities and more. Among many programs, the Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP) is quite popular these days. Rudraksh Immigration Group in Mohali has experienced a large number of applicants wanting to migration to Canada.

There are various benefits to the NLPNP including the fact that this province needs a lot of foreign workers to fulfil its labour shortage issue in the fields like technology, fishing, tourism, agriculture, mining, IT, healthcare, oil and gas, etc. If you migrate to Newfoundland and Labrador, there are great educational institutes and healthcare facilities for your dependents. Hence, you can even bring them and have a peace of mind as they will be taken care of.

Eligibility Criteria

a. You must have a job offer from Newfoundland and Labrador employer in skilled occupation sector.

b. That job must be full-time and for at least 2 years.

c. You must possess the corresponding qualification, training or licensing required for the job.

d. You must have the work permit if you are already living in Canada.

e. You need to produce proof of English or French language proficiency.

f. You must have adequate funds to settle in Newfoundland and Labrador. This also applies to any dependents you might bring with you.

g. You must provide work experience certificate (if available).

h. You must submit relevant documents and certificates regarding your educational qualifications.

i. You must fall in the age group of 21-59 years.

j. You must be willing to settle in Newfoundland and Labrador even after your job ends.

NLPNP offers programs in following categories

a. Skilled Worker Category

b. Priority Skills NL Category

c. Express Entry Skilled Worker Category

If you have studied in Canada, you can apply via the following categories

a. International Graduate Category

b. International Graduate Entrepreneur Category

If you want to start a business in Canada

a. International Entrepreneur Category

How to Apply?

a. Make a PNP application.

b. Make sure to have valid passport or visa permit.

c. You might need to attend NLPNP officer interview.

d. Submit application and documents for PR.

e. An Immigrant Development Officer will evaluate your application.

f. You will get a decision within 25 business days.

g. Application fee is $250 (non-refundable).

h. Applicant will be informed by the designated authority about the approval or rejection via email.

This is a great way to migrate to Canada. Unlike many other programs, one gets the decision quite rapidly. It ensures that you don’t have to keep waiting for long period of times in uncertainly about whether or not you are travelling to Canada. That is a huge advantage of the NLPNP. Rudraksh Immigration Group has been active in the overseas migration industry for almost 3 decades now. They understand the ins and outs of such programs which makes sure that the applicants are handled professionally. The entire migration process is made smooth by the expertise of the staff at Rudraksh Immigration Group in Mohali. Make sure to contact them to discuss your case.

Also read: Rudraksh Immigration elaborates on how to apply for Permanent Residency (PR) for Australia

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