Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program
Immigration Consultants in Scarborough, Toronto
Springwind Immigrant are aware of your desire to immigrate to Canada. In terms of immigration, this is combined with the requirement to choose one stream of Atlantic Immigration Programs that would allow you to obtain permanent residency in Canada. Selecting a Right Program for the skilled worker with foreign work experience Can Be Challenging. Contact Us today, you will receive expert assistance on which option is right for you, it will increase your chances of getting invitation by working with one of our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). Our RCIC is licensed by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC) to assist you by assessing your eligibility, reviewing all documentation, and submitting it to the Canadian government on your behalf.
What is Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program?
This stream is intended for low skilled workers or for jobs requiring a high school education and/or job-specific training. Those who want to work and live in one of Canada's four Atlantic provinces—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island or Newfoundland and Labrador. It is a pathway to permanent residence.
How does the Program Work?
The applicant must graduate from a Canadian institution in the Atlantic province. Then, they need to get a job offer from designated employers in the Atlantic provinces. If employers are not designated, they can apply for designation. Once the applicant acquires a valid job offer and meets other requirement of the program, they can then apply for an endorsement. The process and requirements are similar for each province. If the endorsement is approved, the applicant can apply for Permanent Residence and work permit.
What are the requirements of Intermediate-Skilled Program?
Job Offer: Must be full-time, non-seasonal for at least 1 year and is classified under NOC C / TEER 4.
Work Experience: Must have at least one year full time work experience within the last three years. This work experience must be paid (i.e. volunteer work, unpaid internships do not count); and in NOC C / TEER 4.
Education: One of the following, a Canadian secondary (high school) or post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree from a recognized institution, or a foreign degree, diploma or certificate, equal to a Canadian credential.
Language: Score of at least CLB 4 in English/French from an approved language test.
Proof of Funds: Have enough money to support yourself and your family dependents. (check table below Funds needed to settle in Canada)
For candidates with Atlantic Endorsement letters and valid job offers in one of the Atlantic Provinces, the IRCC has the authority to make the final decision on a permanent residence application.
|For each additional family member||$896|
What can Springwind Immigration do?
Springwind Immigration Consulting works with recruitment agencies and has built connections with employers participating in the Atlantic provinces. We will thoroughly assess your educational background, work experiences, language capabilities, etc. to choose the right stream for you and help you find the employer that best suits your needs and qualifications. We will then lead you and your employer through the complex application process and help with the documentation. We guarantee that your application will be complete and accurate, and in accordance with program requirements and Canadian immigration law and regulations.