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Canadian immigration via AIPP

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Category: Canada Immigration Topics
Forum Name: Skilled Worker / Independent Immigration
Forum Description: Permanent residence for skilled workers. The point system and related issues. Employer sponsorship is not a requirement
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Printed Date: 21 Oct 2020 at 6:57am


Topic: Canadian immigration via AIPP
Posted By: gopigoj
Subject: Canadian immigration via AIPP
Date Posted: 21 Sep 2019 at 6:42am
Do I qualify for Canadian immigration via the Atlantic Immigration Pilot? Could somebody please provide more information about this?



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Posted By: colin
Date Posted: 21 Sep 2019 at 7:27am

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot operates as a partnership between Canada’s federal government and the four provinces in the region:

  1. Nova Scotia
  2. New Brunswick
  3.  Prince Edward Island
  4.  Newfoundland & Labrador

It is an employer-led pilot that aims to bring candidates to the region to fill positions for which Canadian citizens and permanent residents are not available.

To hire through the AIP, employers do not need a Labour Market Impact Assessment. Instead, they must meet  https://www.immigration.ca/atlantic-immigration-pilot-designated-employers" rel="nofollow - requirements to become designated  to make job offers.

Three programs operate under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, which target different types of candidates.

1) Atlantic High-Skilled Program

The Atlantic High-Skilled Program is aimed at skilled workers with management, professional or technical/skilled job experience. There are also other requirements. The job offer must last for at least one year.

Read more about the  https://www.immigration.ca/atlantic-immigration-pilot-atlantic-high-skilled-program" rel="nofollow - Atlantic High-Skilled Program .

2) Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program

The Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program is aimed at candidates for jobs requiring a high school education and/or job-specific training. There are also other requirements. The job offer must be permanent.

Read more about the  https://www.immigration.ca/atlantic-immigration-pilot-atlantic-intermediate-skilled-program" rel="nofollow - Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program .

3) Atlantic International Graduate Program

The Atlantic International Graduate Program is aimed at candidates who have a degree, diploma or other credential from a publicly-funded institution in an Atlantic province. Work experience is not required. The job offer must last for at least one year.

Read more about the  https://www.immigration.ca/atlantic-immigration-pilot-atlantic-international-graduate-program" rel="nofollow - Atlantic International Graduate Program .



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Colin Singer, Canada Immigration Lawyer & Managing Partner, http://www.immigration.ca" rel="nofollow - immigration.ca



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