International students who have pursued a post-secondary diploma/degree from a recognized Canadian institute are eligible to apply for the International Graduate category of the Newfoundland and Labrador PNP to obtain the permanent residence status in Canada. The point is the student must have completed their courses in the past 2 years. Let’s have a look at the eligibility criteria of the category:
- Applicants must have studied and graduated from a post-secondary institution in the last 2 years. The institution must be recognized in Canada.
- Applicants must have obtained certificate/diploma/degree from the program that they have pursued in Canada.
- Applicants must have a permanent, regular employment offer in their field of study from an employer based in Newfoundland and Labrador.
- Applicants must possess a Post-Graduation Work Permit.
- Applicants must possess the necessary language skills, either in English, or French to be employed in the Canadian province.
- Applicants must have adequate settlement funds, as well as the financial resources to support themselves in establishing in the province.
- Applicants must have applied to the province’s nominee program within 2 years of date of obtaining their degree/diploma/certificate.
- Applicants must have lawful status in Canada.
- Applicants must have qualifications, skills, training required for the job offered to them.
- Applicants must have the intention to establish in the Canadian province.
- The employment offers offered to applicants must hold the opportunity for advancement.
Aforementioned are a few eligibility criteria for the category of Newfoundland and Labrador PNP. To know more about the same, contact an Immigration and Visa Consultant!