Newfoundland And Labrador Makes Public The Selected Employer List Under The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

The government of the Newfoundland and Labrador wants potential immigrants to reach the designated employers

The list of those Newfoundland and Labrador employers participating in the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) is in public domain. The Newfoundland and Labrador government is making an all-out effort to encourage foreigners to contact them. This list contains 172 employers who have been selected by the provincial government under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. This way makes much easier for an eligible foreign employer and international graduate having an employment offer from such employer to get the Canada permanent residence.

These designated employers cover almost all the business activities in the province: From coffee shops and restaurants to aerospace companies around the easternmost province of Canada.

The Newfoundland and Labrador province is the only province at the present involved in the AIPP letting its designated employer list reach the public domain.

According to a government report, thousands of vacancies can occur in the province from this time to 2015 due to population decrease here.

The three-year AIPP makes easier for the employers in Canada’s four Atlantic Provinces: Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick to recruit capable foreign employees and international graduates of post-secondary institutions in the region for work that they were unable to fill locally.

To participate in the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, employers have to be designated by their respective provincial government. It all needs some commitments from such employers. These commitments include that they have to work with a settlement services provider to assist primary candidates and family members in adaptation to the Canadian lifestyle.

Admissions via the AIPP had been fixed at 1,000 in 2018, 2,000 for 2019, and 4,000 for 2020. But, due to the increasing fame of this program, the federal government was forced into increasing 2018 quota to 2,500 in July. The AIPP is managed as a partnership between Canada’s four Atlantic province governments and Canada’s federal government.

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