Immigrant Tip: NBNP Expression of Interest (EOI)

Story By: Gray Ninja

I submitted my EOI form the day after the information session. How did I do it? Firstly, I followed the advice of the NB representative: submit EOI Form, Proof of Registration, IELTS, WES and Resume (CV). But I want to reiterate that an EOI form and Proof of Registration will suffice. A lot of NBNP applicants received an ITA just for that. However, if you are like me who always wants to cast out doubts (discounting the fact that I got an advice directly from an NB representative), if documents are available, why not send it too right?

The EOI form has all the usual details that the CIC guidelines require from applicants except for the question: Why are you a good candidate in NB? My answer was simple. “With more than XXX years of being an Accounting Technician (Intended NOC), I have all the necessary requirements such as education, language skills and work experience that will assist me permanently settle in NB.”

When filling up the said form, I suggest using a PDF Editor to encode the required information. Do not follow my non-tech skills when I encoded all information using a program but had to manually write the “why are you a good…” question. Well basically both manual and computer-typed are generally accepted by NB.

The required subject line should be like this for Priority 2 applicants: NBNP Information Session/Manila; January 24, 2016 (Make sure to change the date)

You need to email your EOI to (You may see the actual auto-mated reply of NB after the EOI form presented below).

The EOI form as shown:

After submitting your EOI, you should receive an auto-response from NB:

Gray Ninja

Gray Ninja is a self-driven individual who wants to inspire Canada PR aspirants to achieve their own success.