New Brunswick officials will conduct information sessions on various programs for migrating to the province in Kyiv, Ukraine, and Brussels, Belgium. The information sessions offer a good opportunity for professionals who wish to settle here.
The information session inKyiv, Ukraine, will be held on 3rd February 2020 and the sessions in Brussels, Belgium, will be held on 5th and 6th of February.
Information session in Kyiv
Those who have work experience in one of the following professional sectors may attend the information session to be held in Kiev on February 3rd:
- Health Care
- Skilled Trades and Manufacturing
- Client and Customer Services
- Tourism, Hospitality and Food & Beverage Services
- Early Childhood Education
- Information Technology (IT)
The candidates must have acquired the relevant work experience within the past five years.
Information Sessions in Brussels, Belgium
Those who have work experience in the following professional sectors/positions can attend the information sessions to be held in Brussels, Belgium on February 5th and 6th:
NOC 1212 – Supervisors: Finance, and insurance office workers
NOC 1312 – Insurance Adjusters and claims examiners
NOC 1313 – Insurance Agents and Brokers
NOC 0111 – Finance Managers
NOC 1111 – Financial Auditors and Accountants
NOC 1112 – Financial and Investment Analysts
NOC 4163 – Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants
NOC 3113 – Dentist
NOC 3012 – Registered Nurses and Registered Psychiatric Nurses
NOC 3233 – Licensed Practical Nurses
NOC 7231 – Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors
NOC 7232 – Tool and Die makers
NOC 7237 – Welders
The candidates must have acquired the work experience within the past five years.
If you wish to attend one of these information sessions, you must keep the following documents ready for upload in .jpg or .pdf format
- The photo page of passport
- Visa for your current country of legal residence, if you are not residing in your country of citizenship
- Your language test results (if you have appeared for a language test)
- Your ECA report (if ECA of your educational qualifications has been done)
- Your CV (optional)
- Your Spouse’s CV (optional)
Once you register for the information session, you would receive an email confirming the registration. The New Brunswick immigration authorities would select the candidates to attend the information sessions from these registrations and send invitations. Only those candidates who are invited will be able to attend the information sessions.
New Brunswick has informed that the province would be conducting information sessions, recruitment events and emigration expos in Poland, Ukraine, Belgium and Netherlands in January and February.
New Brunswick is a favorite destination for Canada immigrants to settle down owing to the relaxed, healthy and affordable lifestyle of the province. Get in touch with the Canada immigration consultants of CanApprove to know more about the information sessions and various immigration programs of New Brunswick.