Great news to those people who are aspiring to come here in Canada and immigrate. The Atlantic province of New Brunswick in Canada just posted on their website livinginnb.ca that the are looking for professionals with experience on the following occupations:
NOC 0211 – Wind turbine maintenance supervisor
NOC 0311 – Managers in health care
NOC 0632 – Accommodation service managers
NOC 1221 – Administrative officers
NOC 1252 – Health information management occupations
NOC 2132 – Mechanical engineer
NOC 2133 – Electrical and electronics engineers
NOC 2231 – Civil engineering technologists and technicians
NOC 2234 – Construction estimators
NOC 2282 – User support technicians
NOC 3011 – Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors
NOC 3012 – Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
NOC 3124 – Allied primary health practitioners
NOC 3125 – Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating
NOC 3131 – Pharmacists
NOC 3142 – Physiotherapists
NOC 3143 – Occupational therapists
NOC 3214 – Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
NOC 3233 – Licensed practical nurses
NOC 3413 – Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
NOC 3414 – Other assisting occupations in support of health services
NOC 4031 – Secondary school teachers
NOC 4032 – Elementary school and kindergarten teachers
NOC 4151 – Psychologists
NOC 4152 – Social workers
NOC 4212 – Social and community service workers
NOC 4412 – Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations
NOC 6322 – Cooks
NOC 6342 – Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners
NOC 6513 – Food and beverage servers
NOC 6525 – Hotel front desk clerks
NOC 6552 – Other customer and information services representatives
NOC 7205 – Contractors and supervisors, other construction
NOC 7271 – Carpenters
NOC 7284 – Plasterers, drywall installers
NOC 9446 – Industrial sewing machine operators
NOC 9614 – Labourers in wood, pulp and paper processing
For further information, you need to register on the website and wait to be invited. Best of luck.
I created a video of the different pathways on how to Immigrate here in Canada. All infos are available at the IRCC website, however, I chose to make a video out of it to explain it briefly and make it more understandable.
I hope that this video will help you see what programs are available and most suitable for you to apply.
A lot of international students choose to study in Canada. Not just because of the quality of education, but also, there are a lot of colleges and universities that offer programs that are a lot more affordable compared to other colleges and universities worldwide. Canada offers a good range of educational programs that would benefit each international student that would choose to spend their post-secondary education there.
Studying in Canada has a lot of benefits to international
students. It allows the students to become independent and live on their own.
They build a professional network that could benefit them in the future. Also,
due to the diversity of people in Canada, each student learn and become open to
different new things in their lives.
When an international student chooses to study in Canada, they have a very high chance of becoming a permanent resident and take advantage of the wide opportunities in Canada, and eventually they could apply and become a Canadian citizen. All international post-secondary students enrolled in a Designated Learning Institute in Canada are allowed to work for a maximum of 20 hours during the semester, and they could do a full-time job of 40 hours a week during semester breaks [IRPR 186(v)(iii)]. Also, once they completed their programs, they would qualify for a post-grad work permit which would allow them to work in any company in Canada. The duration of a post grad work permit depends on the duration of the program of their study. For example, a program that lasts for 8 months can get an international graduate a post-grad work permit for 8 months. A graduate of a one year program can get a year of post-grad work permit, while a graduate of a 2 year program can get a 3-year post grad work permit. These post-grad work permit will allow the international students to gain enough experience in order to qualify for different immigration programs like Canadian Experience Class, Provincial Nomination Program, Express Entry, Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program and others.
In addition to this, an international student can bring
his/her spouse under an open-work permit which would allow the spouse to work
full-time in any company in Canada.
There are no age limit for people who would like to study in
Canada. As long as you qualify with the language requirement, completed a
secondary education, enough proof of funding and not inadmissible to come to
I just want to share a short video of one of my adventures in Bermuda last October 2018. This was when I did my exit for my Canada Permanent Resident. Winter was starting in Canada and I had a short getaway to the sunny and beautiful country of Bermuda. I just ticked one item on my bucket list.