Atlantic Provinces and the federal government together launched the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP). The Atlantic Provinces which are playing role in this program are New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. Besides knowing Atlantic immigration pilot jobs requirements, a candidate has to follow the instructions and guidance given by a Canada immigration expert to avoid complications in this process. Sometimes, in spite of being eligible, many candidates don’t know how to present and complete their application resulting in the rejection of their application. Furthermore, an aspirant has to know the latest updates in the policy of immigration to Canada, which requires being with an experienced professional to be updated.
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) was organized with the purpose to invite the foreign workers in the main provinces of the Atlantic to fulfill the labour market requirements and deal with some demographic issues too. The main target of the program is to fulfill the skill gaps in the region and boost its economy.
There are three categories two of them are for skilled workers and the third one is for international student graduates.
Each one is briefly described below:
✍ Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program: the Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program (AISP) is ideal for the candidate who has a 1-year full-time job offer in NOC skill/type level 0, A, B, or C from any one of the Atlantic Provinces. And, the applicant must have completed minimum high school education.
✍ Atlantic International Graduate Program: the Atlantic International Graduate Program (AIGP) is prepared for an international graduate having a 1-year full-time employment contract in NOC skill type/level 0, A, B, or C.
✍ Atlantic High-Skilled Program: the Atlantic High-Skilled Program (AHSP) is prepared for the requirement of a candidate having completed high school along with 1-year full-time job offer contract in NOC skill type/level 0, A, or B from one of the Atlantic Provinces mentioned above.
The benefits of applying for Canada permanent residence (PR) visa through the AIPP:
✍ Limited language proficiency requirement: the AIPP demands a low level of requirement in the language CLB 4 in comparison to the other programs of immigration.
✍ Requires Secondary Education:
The AIPP requires secondary education and occupation-specific training regarding the required education for this program.
✍ Accepts skilled experience in NOC ‘C’ Occupation:
The skilled work experience of NOC C category is acceptable in the AIPP whereas in the Express Entry system the skilled experience in 0, A, and B occupation are acceptable.
If a candidate doesn’t get an ITA (Invitation to Apply) by means of the Express Entry system and wants to apply for Canada permanent residency (PR) visa, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) is the best pathway for them to get the PR visa for Canada due to being easier.
Only those applications are accepted by the IRCC in which the candidates have a job offer from a designated employer. The AIPP has three Canada immigration programs. The work experience, job offer, and education a candidate needs are according to the program they use for applying. There are not any changes in the other requirements of the three programs. The required eligibility criteria for the three categories of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program requirements are below:
|Eligibility Criteria||Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program||Atlantic High-Skilled Program||Atlantic International Graduate Program|
|Job offer from Atlantic region||Full-time job offer in NOC 0, A, B, or C level||Full-time 1-year job contract in NOC 0, A, B Skill type||Full-time one-year employment contract in NOC 0, A, B or C level|
|Experience of Skilled work||One-year experience related to the job offer||Not Applicable|
|Educational qualification||Completed High School (ECA) required||Two-year post-secondary diploma from a publicly funded educational organization in the Atlantic region|
|Proficiency in Language||Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 in English or French|
|Provincial endorsement||Endorsement letter|
The four provinces mentioned they all have their own Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) too. By means of these PNPs, all provinces conduct many immigration programs, each one of them has its own eligibility criteria. Apart from this, all these provinces have an immigration stream along with the federal Express Entry system, making possible for an Express Entry Candidate to directly apply to the province.
❅ Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP)
❅ New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)
❅ Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP)
❅ Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP)
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