Immigration and Settlement in New Brunswick, Canada
National Occupational Classification 2021
On November 16 2022, IRCC adopted the 2021 version of the National
Occupational Classification (NOC). To compare the 2016 and 2021 NOC systems,
you can visit Statistics Canada’s Correspondence Table Tool.
If you received an ITA before November 16th but have not yet started your application,
the NOC drop down list in INB will appear with the 2021 NOC list
and you can simply proceed with your application.
If you received an ITA before November 16th, and you have already started
your application but have not yet submitted, you will receive the following pop up
prompting you to update all NOC selections in your application to the 2021 version:
Please update your NOC Code
Veuilliez mettre à jour votre code de la CNP
Use NOC 2021 for all EOIs or applications submitted through INB
on or after November 16, 2022.
There are many reasons to move to New Brunswick. In addition to employment opportunities across a variety of sectors or vibrant entrepreneurial landscape; people are choosing New Brunswick to enjoy a more relaxed, healthy, and affordable lifestyle. The urban centres and smaller communities are welcoming to newcomers and offer safe, peaceful environments to build new lives. New Brunswick is the province that offers opportunity to have a great career and quality of life. Skip the traffic and enjoy being minutes away from rivers, lakes and oceans – New Brunswick is waiting for you.
New Canadians – Success stories