ATLANTIC IMMIGRATION PILOT - PNP
About the Pilot:
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a pathway to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers and international graduates who want to work and live in one of Canada’s 4 Atlantic Provinces:
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and the easternmost province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Current Available Programs:
- Atlantic Intermediate Skilled Program (AISP)
- Atlantic High Skilled Program (AHSP)
- Atlantic International Graduate Program (AIGP)
Note: A Labour Market Impact Assessment is not needed for Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs.
You must receive a job offer from a Designated Employer in Atlantic Canada to Participate in the Pilot.
If you receive a job offer from an employer:
- ask for a copy of the employer’s Confirmation of Designation, or
- tell them about the Atlantic Immigration Pilot and ask them to consider becoming designated, if they aren’t already
- Employer in Atlantic Canada who is interested in using the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) to fill a full time job vacancy contacts Provincial Immigration Office to express interest.
- Employer contacts a participating settlement service provider organization and commits to preparing their workplace to welcome newcomers.
- Employer applies to the province to become a designated employer.
- Atlantic Province designates the employer.
- Employer finds a recruit that meets the program criteria based on their initial assessment and offers them a job.
- Employer connects their recruit with a participating settlement service provider organization.
- Candidate contacts a settlement service provider organization of their choice for a needs assessment service that will result in a settlement plan for themselves and their family.
- Settlement service provider organization provides candidate with a settlement plan after the needs assessment.
- Candidate sends a copy of the settlement plan to the employer
Employer completes the provincial endorsement application, identifying the appropriate program based on candidate’s work experience and including the job offer and settlement plan, and sends it to the province.
In cases where it is urgent to fill the position, candidates may be eligible for a temporary work permit. Certain conditions apply, such as having a valid job offer, a referral letter from the province and a commitment to apply for permanent residence. Consult us for more Information.
- Province reviews and approves the endorsement application. Province sends candidate an endorsement letter.
- Candidate completes their permanent residence application and sends it to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) including their endorsement letter and any other required documents.
- IRCC processes the application – Applications will be processed in six months or less in the majority of cases.
- Approved candidate and their family come to Atlantic Canada.
- Employer supports candidate and their family’s settlement and integration in their workplace and community in partnership with settlement service provider organization.
What are the Documents Require for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)?
Candidates need to send set of documents while submitting their application. All these documents need to be prepared before getting a job offer. In this way, it can help the candidate’s application to be processed in much faster pace when they have the job offer:
- Language: Candidates needs to take a language test so that they will be able to show their language proficiency. Candidate must provide with the same documents with their application.
- Education: Candidates, who have studied outside of Canada, need to get their education accessed via Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report. Getting ECA, shows that the candidate’s education is equal to Canadian educational system.
- Proof of Funds: Candidates needs to support themselves and family members financially when moving to Canada. For this they need to show proof of funds.
The First thing you need to do is to Email us your and your spouse updated Resume or C.V for quick and initial assessment o our email id firstname.lastname@example.org . Our experts will call you to discuss further about your eligibility and guide you step by step to start your process of CANADA IMMIGRATION.