According to the IRCC, this is the first comprehensive bilateral agreement on immigration between Canada and New Brunswick.
It’s official. An agreement has been signed that will simplify the immigration to Canada for skilled workers.
The Government of New Brunswick and the Federal Government of Canada signed a new agreement on immigration Canada New Brunswick Immigration Agreement. This agreement should help New Brunswick to solve the problem of labor shortages and to increase the population.
It’s promising that the news of this agreement appeared several hours after the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced that changes in the federal system of selection of immigrants under the Express Entry program will come into force in the coming June.
Additional points for candidates with knowledge of the French language are among these changes.
This agreement is a part of the Atlantic Growth Strategy, including the recently launched Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, and will determine the relationship between New Brunswick and Canada in the context of immigration over the next five years.