Do you intend to make New Brunswick your new home? Then this page is for you. Immigration Officers will be providing information sessions on New Brunswick’s Provincial Immigration Programs.

The province of New Brunswick is inviting skilled workers who have experience in the hospitality industry to send a complete application.

If you have work experience in any of the following Occupations within the last five years, simply follow the instructions below and submit your profile.


You may want to click in each of the links below to search for more job openings in these occupations.


NOC 0631 – Restaurant and food service managers

NOC 6311 – Food service supervisors

NOC 6321 – Chefs

NOC 6322 – Cooks

NOC 6511 – Maîtres d’hôtel and hosts/hostesses

NOC 6512 – Bartenders

NOC 6513 – Food and beverage servers

NOC 6525 – Hotel front desk clerks

NOC 6711 – Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations

NOC 6731 – Light duty cleaners


If you do not have work experience in the above Occupations, check New Brunswick Jobs. Read through below to learn more about how to register and create a profile.


Make sure you prepare the following documents ready for upload. The file names must be in either jpeg or pdf format.

1. Your current passport (only the page that shows your photo) (required)

2. Legal residence Visa (required if your current country of legal residence is not your country of citizenship)

3. Your language Proficiency exam results (required if you have completed a language test e.g., IELTS, CELPIP)

4. Your ECA report (required if you have completed an ECA assessment e.g., WES)

5. Your Canadian Resume (optional)


Big Tip! Although Canadian Resume is optional, I would submit it along with the rest of the required files in order to stand out from the crowd.


If you do not have a Canadian Resume, grab your copy at:

Start your Canadian Career or Canadian Resume Templates


6. Resume of your Spouse (Only if applicable)



Registration is now open as of writing this article but may close anytime soon. During the registration, make sure to review all your information in every page before moving to the next page since you can no longer go back and change any of the information you entered in the previous page.


Upon successful registration, you are going to receive a confirmation email and only individuals selected will receive an invitation to attend.


So, again back to my big tip, you may want to upload your Canadian Resume so you are PR Ready.


If you do not have a Canadian Resume or you want to optimize it, grab your copy at:

Start your Canadian Career or Canadian Resume Templates


To register, visit here


To learn more about New Brunswick’s immigration programs, visit


To find out more about submitting complete and correct applications, visit Are you PR ready?


If your Occupation is not in the list above and you still intend to live in New Brunswick, check New Brunswick Jobs


To learn more about the different Immigration programs, check I want to Immigrate to Canada