20 Apr, 2017 New Brunswick Immigration News: UAE Information Sessions
New Brunswick has announced two new information sessions for the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) and Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) in the United Arab Emirates this summer.
The information sessions hosted by the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program are designed to provide interested candidates the opportunity to meet with employers and representatives of the province.
Applicants who receive job offers may be eligible to apply for permanent residence through the NBPNP or the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP). Even if you aren’t able to meet with an employer or don’t receive an offer of employment, you will still be entered into an inventory of workers. That means your profile will be in the New Brunswick system, and you may be invited to a future session in 2017-2018.
Only people with experience in one of the following professions are welcome to register for the May 24, 2017 session in Dubai or the May 26, 2017 session in Abu Dhabi.
If you don’t have experience in these professions, you aren’t eligible to register for these specific sessions. However, the experience necessary depends on the employers attending the sessions. You may be eligible for a future session, so keep updated.
If you do qualify to register, you should do so immediately. Keep in mind that you will be meeting with Canadian employers, so come prepared. Bring your CV, Educational Credential Assessment, and language test results with you.
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