New Job Matching Pathway To Support PR For Newfoundland Is Now Accepting Applications!

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New Job Matching Pathway launched by Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) is now accepting applications. In this new pathway, immigration department of NL will be job-matching individuals wishing to immigrate permanently in the province. This pathway is also aiming to help employers fill full-time job vacancies. This program has an annual target of supporting 5,100 provincial PR until 2026. Once an applicant is selected by an employer for a job, then this job offer will help them to support their application for  Provincial Nominee Program and Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program.

Who Can Apply:

International graduates, the spouses of international students, and open work permit holders in any part of Canada who would like to relocate to the province.

You may submit up to three different occupations, where you already have the skills, education and experience necessary.

How To Apply:

Applicants will have to submit their work permit and resume online, including their occupation classification (NOC). Immigration department of NL will then work to match this group of newcomer applicants to the labour needs of participating employers.

As of now, there is no application deadline. For any inquiries department of NL Immigration can be reached out here: pathways@gov.nl.ca.

Click here to submit your profile online.

Below is the sample of Intake Form:

New Job Pathway
Intake Form Sample
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