The Government of New Brunswick's Population Growth Secretariat has also been actively recruiting professionals to our province through the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program facilitating immigration for qualified applicants who meet specific economic and labour market needs in New Brunswick.
What does PNP stand for?
PNP stands for Provincial Nominee Program (Canadian Immigration)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 107 other meanings of PNP in our Acronym Attic
- Press N Peel
- Pretty 'n Pink
- Private Nonprofit
- Private Numbering Plan
- Probability of No Penetration
- Professional Nursing Practice (various locations)
- Progressive National Party
- Proliferative Necrotizing Pneumonia
- Propylene Glycol N-Propyl Ether
- Proved Not Producing (oil/gas industry)
- Provincial Non-Profit (housing program; Canada)
- Psychogenic Nocturnal Polydipsia
- Public and Nonprofit (various organizations)
- Pukaskwa National Park (Canada)
- Pull Notice Program (State of California, Department of California Highway Patrol)
- Pulse Narrowband Processor
- Purine Nucleoside Phosphorylase (enzyme)
- Plug and Play Extensions
- P-Nitrophenyl Acetate
- Pacific Northwest Paralegal Association (Portland, OR)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Federal Skilled Trades Program will complement other avenues already in place for skilled tradespersons to immigrate to Canada, such as the Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nominee Programs.
There are two other programs that workers may apply under--the Canada Experience Class Program (CEC) and the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
If it weren't for the thousands of immigrant menials it has been importing under a special provincial nominee program, or for the export revenue from Manitoba Hydro, the province--one of the largest per capita recipients of equalization funds--would be a Maritime.
They will assist with obtaining work permits and also offer full service in the completion of applications for Permanent Residency and Provincial Nominee Programs.
Ontario remains the only province without a provincial nominee program.