How To Become Eligible For The Atlantic Immigration Pilot

Author: Springwind Immigration Consulting Service Inc.. | | Categories: Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program , Immigration Company , Immigration Firm


There are several immigration programs available to help a wide variety of individuals move to Canada for a better life and great opportunities. These programs have been designed by the Canadian government to build the community and boost the economy of the country. But, as you can see, they benefit immigrants as well as the nation. One immigration program that benefits the country, businesses there, and those immigrating to the country is the Atlantic Immigration Pilot.

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is designed to help employers in Atlantic Canada hire skilled foreign workers willing to immigrate to Atlantic Canada. It is also open to international graduates who want to stay in Atlantic Canada after they graduate. To become eligible for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, follow the steps Springwind Immigration Consulting Service Inc. has listed below.

1. Get a job offer

This obviously entails having sought out an employer operating in either Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador. After going through the interview screening process, if by chance, the employer has committed to hiring you and provides a job offer letter, you have completed the first step.

2. Verify if the employer is designated

If the employer hasn’t disclosed this to you, check online based on the provinces’ immigration website. If the employer is not designated, they can apply under their province. They must be a business in good standing, have been operating in the Atlantic region for at least two years, and must work with a settlement service provider organization.

3. Plan your settlement in Canada

Plan ahead for how you will establish yourself once you arrive in Canada and the province you will work in. Under the AIPP program, you are required to contact a settlement service organization and develop a settlement plan.

4. Keep your documents at hand

Gather the necessary documents, which can be found in the Document Checklist (Form IMM 5652). Also, remember to translate any documents that are not in English or French. The employer, who is usually aided by a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), will prepare the documents and will submit the endorsement application to the province.

5. Collect your endorsement certificate and permit

A certificate of endorsement will be provided for you if the province approves of the application. A letter of support for a Work Permit from the province can be requested to help obtain a Work Permit from the federal government. Submit a Work Permit Application which includes your Endorsement Certificate or Letter and the Letter of Support for a Work Permit.

For more information on what you need to do to successfully immigrate to Canada, reach out to Springwind Immigration Consulting Service Inc. As an experienced immigration company in Scarborough, Toronto, we help prospective international students and immigrants realize their dream of coming to Canada to study, work, live and settle. We have the knowledge and resources to cover all requirements. Our services come with professionalism, efficiency, reliance, and responsiveness. We also make sure to provide credible and affordable solutions for each individual case.

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