Government of New Brunswick

Notice

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
Accommodation and Food Services Sector
Effective date: May 31, 2019

Due to the large volume of applications received, please be advised we are currently not accepting any new applications for endorsement under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program for the Accommodation and the Food Services sectors.  

New applications for the Accommodation and Food Services sectors will be considered under the New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream or Express Entry for candidates, with a valid work permit, who meet the minimum requirements of the stream.

We invite employers, in the Accommodation and Food Services sectors, who have labour needs, to contact their local provincial employment development office or to complete a Labour Market Impact Assessment application to access the Federal temporary foreign worker program.

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) was developed for New Brunswick employers to hire foreign skilled workers and recent international graduates who want to live and work in New Brunswick. This program is designed for the sole use of Employers who are designated under the program to be able to recruit and hire workers with the skills, education and work experience to contribute to New Brunswick’s economy.

 


New Brunswick employers have access to a range of Provincial and Federal Services that are committed to supporting and addressing identified labour-market needs. Please contact the Employment Development Office in your region for more information on Employment Services and the Designation process.

 

If you experience or notice any technical issues with INB, please contact INBSupport@gnb.ca