New Brunswick PNP Draw Called for 259 Candidates in July

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Been waiting for New Brunswick (NB) to release draw details of July? Well, it’s here now! The Canadian province of New Brunswick doesn’t hold draws on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, but, the New Brunswick PNP draw results are released on a monthly basis. So, the most recent draw is the result of fall candidates invited in July alone. 

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New Brunswick PNP Draw – July

Month: July

Invitations: 259

Streams: NB Employment Connection, NB Student Connection, NB Occupations in Demand Connection


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How New Brunswick hold draws

The Canadian province of New Brunswick doesn’t often hold draws similarly to British Columbia or Alberta, or Manitoba. However, New Brunswick does release the information of draws conducted in a monthly manner. 

The most recent draw of New Brunswick is from July, 2023. In that month, the province called for a total of 259 candidates from three streams. These streams are- NB Employment Connection, NB Student Connection, NB Occupations in Demand Connection. 

From the NB Employment Connection stream, 58 candidates received invitations, while from the NB Student Connection only 130 invitations sent out. From the NB Occupations in Demand Connection, 71 invitations were sent out. 

In this year alone, a total of 889 candidates have been called to apply for permanent residence in New Brunswick. According to the data released most recently, 257 candidates from the NB Occupations in Demand Connection received invitations. 

Whereas from the NB Student Connection stream, 324 candidates so far have received invitations, and 308 from the NB Employment Connection stream. 

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Niyati Chaurasia

Niyati Chaurasia

Niyati’s specialty lies in Canadian immigration matters along with crafting helpful, user-oriented content.

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