Located along the beautiful Atlantic Ocean on the east coast of Canada, New Brunswick offers a distinct way of life and exciting career opportunities. We very much value the experiences and skills of newcomers.

There are many reasons to move to New Brunswick (NB). Some people choose to live here to enjoy a more relaxed, healthy, and affordable lifestyle. Others move because of our healthcare and our education systems. Still, others choose New Brunswick to be minutes away from oceans, lakes, rivers, and trails as well as lively urban centres and smaller friendly communities.


New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

While there are a few ways to come to New Brunswick to begin your new career or business, one of the more popular programs is the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program.

  1. To determine if you are eligible to apply to an immigration program stream we ask that you consult the application guides and focus on the Eligibility Requirements section.
  2. Apply to the most promising New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Stream for your specific situation.
  3. Be sure to follow the steps outlined in the Document Check List of your stream.

Upon acceptance into a nomination stream, your application will be sent to Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada. They will further analyze your application and will ask you to undergo medical exams as well as a criminal record check. Following this process, a final decision will be made on you becoming a permanent resident of Canada and a new New Brunswicker!

While you’re waiting the process to be completed you can also apply for a work permit


Business Ownership In New Brunswick 

Another key opportunity would be to become a business owner.  In fact, there are many successful NB-based businesses with no succession plan with owners looking for a viable option to sell their business. The NBPNP- Entrepreneurial Stream was developed for experienced business owners and senior managers who wish to become permanent residents by owning a business in New Brunswick (NB) and managing it, while residing in the Province.


Additional Information and Resources

If you have already found work, please let your potential employer know that there are services (hl) available for them to assist in your hiring and your transition to New Brunswick.  If you’re looking for work, you can also participate in any of the upcoming job recruitment sessions (hl) being held in your country.

Additionally, there are a couple of ways you can improve your chances to work in New Brunswick, including getting your credentials assessed and taking steps to improve your English or French linguistic skills.

We invite you to get to know more about Canada (hl) and New Brunswick (hl). If you are interested in one of the many opportunities (hl) we have for skilled workers, we would love to connect with you.