Canada is one of the world’s most immigrant friendly nations. It has abundant natural resources and world-class universal healthcare system and top-notch post-secondary education in the world. It is also a country well known for its natural beauty and clean environment.
New Brunswick is one of the provinces in Canada. Moving to New Brunswick gives you additional reasons to immigrate to North America. Many people choose to live in New Brunswick to enjoy a more relaxed, healthy, and affordable lifestyle. Others move because of the friendly and smaller communities. Still, others choose New Brunswick to be minutes away from oceans, lakes, rivers, and trails as well as lively urban centers.
Who is eligible to apply?
- You must meet the requirements and assessed with a minimum 65 points
- Points are awarded for applicants 55 years-old or below
- Minimum English proficiency (IELTS 5)
- Business owner (of at least 33.3%) for at least 3 years & supervise 2 or more employees
- If you are not a business owner, you must be a senior manager in a private sector business for 5 years & you supervise 2 or more employees, have the authority to hire and terminate employment, or recommend termination, and promotion & leave authorization
- Will establish or purchase a business in New Brunswick with minimum investment of $250,000 (Cdn)
- Submit a business plan.
Is this a Permanent Resident visa?
- Yes. This is a permanent resident visa. With this visa you can reside in Canada permanently and can apply for Canada citizenship after living there for 3 years.
Can I move to another city or province in the future?
- The Government of New Brunswick must be satisfied that the prospective applicants will reside in New Brunswick before granting the nomination certificate. The government expects successful applicants to live in the stated destination permanently. However, if the applicants chose to relocate after establishing themselves in New Brunswick due to situation changes, the Constitution of Canada guarantees freedom of movement within Canada.
Who can accompany me to Canada?
- You spouse or common-law partner, and your dependent children below 22 years of age.
How do I apply?
- Please contact our office or local agents immediately. We will work with our partners in Canada to ensure that a review will be conducted in a timely manner.