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Provincial News New Brunswick: Immigration allocation increases by 67 percent

Provincial News New Brunswick: Immigration allocation increases by 67 per cent, 
Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news and I am Joy Stephen, an authorized Canadian Immigration practitioner bringing out this special edition of Immigration news from Provincial News, New Brunswick. This news was released by the government on 03/04/2023. I am coming to you from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario. Today is the 06/04/2023 
The provincial government announced today it has received a 67 per cent increase in immigration allocations from the federal government. In addition, the provincial government announced through Opportunities NB a renewed Canada-New Brunswick Immigration Agreement. 
The federal government has provided the province with a total allocation of 5,500 certificates for 2023 – an additional 1,084 spaces for the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program and an additional 1,116 Atlantic Immigration Program allocations over 2022. This is an overall 67 per cent increase from 2022. Additional increases in allocations are expected in both 2024 and 2025. 
Under the renewed immigration agreement, the province can nominate qualified immigrants for permanent resident status and target highly skilled workers for accelerated processing by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada through the Provincial Nominee Program. This is the provincial news release. 

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