What is Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)?
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is an employee-driven program that is designed to help meet the rising demand of the Canadian labor market in the region of Atlantic Canada with the help of Canada Immigration experts.
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What is the Process of AIPP?
The Atlantic Immigration program authorizes employers in the Atlantic region, including Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, & New Brunswick, are allowed to hire foreign candidates without undergoing the process of Labor Market Impact Assessment
Available Pilot Programs
There are 3 Pilot sub-programs available under which the employer is eligible to hire foreign candidates and students which include the following:
How to Qualify
The foreign candidate may qualify for more than one pilot program; however, the employer can only process the application under one pilot program. There are separate requirements for each pilot program
Frequently Asked Questions
To immigrate to Atlantic Canada through the pilot, you must be a recent graduate of a publicly funded institution in Atlantic Canada or a skilled worker who meets the program requirements.
Applicants till the age of 50 can apply.
Estimated processing time : 12 to 18 months.
IRCC announced on February 17, 2021 that the Atlantic Immigration Pilot is now a permanent immigration program. The government positively assesses this pilot and fulfills one of its pre-election promises in the realm of immigration.
To qualify for this temporary work permit, skilled immigrants will need a valid job offer and an intent to apply for permanent residence within 90 days of the application.
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