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First PNP draw results released by Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program, NLPNP has released its first PNP draw results. It has invited 663 immigration candidates which includes technology and healthcare professions.

All the three draws took place under Priority Skills NL Stream targeting Software Developers, Data Analysts, and Nurses.

NLPNP attracts entrepreneurs, skilled workers, and international graduates who have the necessary skills, education & experience to succeed in the Atlantic province.

It has invited a total of 663 immigrants so far this year. Following is the table showing the draws for the last three months with the number of invitations issued for each occupation:

October 2021 Draw

Total Invitations- 260

OccupationNumber of professionals invited to apply
Software Developers205
Cloud Specialists9
Web Developers11
Python Developers 8
AI Developers 7
Bioinformaticians5
UI/UX Developers 5
.Net Developers 5
Data Analysts3
Security Specialists 2

September 2021 Draw

Total Invitations- 22

Occupation Number of professionals invited to apply
Software Developers 10
Python Developers 4
Cloud Specialists 4
AI Developers 2
Web Developers 2

June 2021 Draw

Total Invitations- 381

Occupation Number of professionals invited to apply
Licensed Practical Nurses224
Personal Care Attendants82
Nurse Practitioners57
Clinical Psychologists10
Medical Physicists5
Radiation Therapists3
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What is Priority Skills NL?

The Priority Skills NL process is for candidates who have work experience in occupations in demand in Newfoundland and Labrador and have a high level of education and language ability, who have an interest in becoming a permanent resident of Canada.

Expressions of Interest (EOI) is accepted from:

  • Candidates who have worked in a specialized, highly-skilled, in-demand occupation for at least one year in the last 10 years.
  • Candidates who have completed Ph.D. or Master’s degrees from Memorial University in the last three years in the following specialties: Technology, Health Care, Aquaculture, and Agriculture.

Candidates who have submitted EOI with the highest scores, who have received the most interest from local employers, are likely to receive invitations through Priority Skills NL, to apply for the Provincial Nominee Program without a job offer.

Eligibility Criteria:

All candidates must:

  • have taken an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) language test within the last twelve months and scored equivalent to Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 5 or higher;
  • be at least 21 years of age; and
  • intend to live permanently in Newfoundland and Labrador.

In-demand Academic candidates:

  • must have completed Ph.D. or Master’s degrees from Memorial University within the past three years in the following specialties: Technology, Health Care, Aquaculture, and Agriculture.

In-demand Work candidates:

  • have worked in a specialized, highly-skilled, in-demand occupation for at least one year in the last ten years.
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