Capable foreign workforces and global students can apply for permanent residence in Atlantic Canada via the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP). The AIPP Canada permits the claimants to reside and work in one of Canada’s four Atlantic regions: Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. Companies in one of these four regions can recruit overseas citizens to do jobs they have not been able to fill in the neighborhood. The probable immigrants can be residing in Canada provisionally or living overseas to meet the requirements for the program. If you desire to take part in the program, you should have a job proposal from a selected employer in Atlantic Canada. Canada’s Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program has three packages via which you can apply:
- Atlantic International Graduate Program
- Atlantic High-Expert Workers Program
- Atlantic Intermediate-Expert Workers Program
There are some admissibility necessities all overseas citizens who are applying for permanent residence have to encounter. Then, there are precise necessities for each of the three packages. The standards that applicant from all three programs have to come across are:
- Evidence you encounter the language standards: You have to take a language examination to verify you can communicate in one of Canada’s two certified languages: English or French. Canada has a list of permitted agencies on IRCC’s website, for example IELTS or CELPIP for English language, or TEF Canada or TFC Canada for French language.
- Evidence of adequate funds: You should be able to provide for yourself and any household members that are settling with you.
- Have a job proposal:
- Your company should offer you the job via the Offer of Employment to a Foreign National (IMM5650) Form.
- Your company should have a Confirmation of Designation from the Atlantic region. To see which elected employers are applying in AIPP Canada, you must go to each area’s certified webpage.
- You should be working a full-time job (minimum of 30 hours per week).
- You cannot be doing a seasonal job.
- Your job has to be expertise type/level 0, A, B or C under the National Occupational Classification (NOC).
- For Global Graduates and High Expert Workforces: Your job should last for at least twelve months.
- For Intermediate Expert Workforces: You should have a permanent agreement (meaning no set finish date).
See the further, precise necessities for each of the package inside Canada’s Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program under:
Atlantic International Graduate Program: If you’re applying via the International Graduate program of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, you should come across the ensuing admissibility standards:
- In the two years earlier you got your degree, you should have resided in an Atlantic region for minimum 16 months.
- You require to have minimum a two-year certificate/degree or employment/internship experiences from a familiar and publicly-funded educational organization in one of the Atlantic regions.
- You should have been a full-time student.
- You should have completed graduation in the two years instantly earlier to your application.
- You studied/worked with a legal authorization or permit.
- You do not require to have prior work knowledge.
Atlantic High-Expert Workers Program and Atlantic Intermediate-Expert Workers Program: To apply as a high-expert or intermediate-expert worker via the Canada Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, you have to come across the resulting admissibility standards:
- You should have worked a minimum of 1560 hours in the earlier three years (30 hours a week).
- You should have worked in one profession, but it can be with diverse companies.
- The hours can be within or outdoor Canada.
- The hours should have been compensated. Self-employed hours, unpaid work or voluntary internships do not count.
- You should also have:
- A credential/certificate for a secondary (high-school) or post-secondary education in Canada.
- A certificate/credential from an overseas organization that is equivalent to a Canadian one. This signifies you have to obtain your qualifications evaluated through the Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report.
In adding to that, for an intermediate-expert worker, you can use one of the resulting choices to meet the requirements for the AIPP Canada:
- You should have work involvement at an expertise level C inside the National Occupational Classification (NOC). The IRCC customs the National Occupational Classification to categorize jobs founded on a person’s job responsibilities and the tasks they do. An expertise level C in the NOC comprises jobs that need a secondary (high school) education and/or work-definite training. These could be long road truck drivers, food/beverage waiters, or industrial butchers, amongst others.
- You should have work knowledge as a listed nurse/psychiatric nurse (expertise level A 3012) or involvement as a certified practical nurse (expertise level B 3233).
How to Apply
If you come across all the necessities to apply for one of Canada’s Atlantic Immigration programs, counting the job proposal, you should start to collect your documents, find a settlement plan, and have your job proposal authorized. At that time, you can apply for your permanent residence.
Get A Settlement Plan: Afterwards, you have your job proposal from your chosen company, you will have to get a settlement service provider institute in the region you will be residing. This association offers you a settlement plan to support you to get established in your new community. Your chosen proprietor can assist you in finding a settlement association. You can work with one of these officialdoms, nevertheless of whether you are within or outdoor Canada.
Job Proposal Authorization: When you have a settlement plan, the region you will work in has to approve your job proposal. This is managed by your proprietor. You cannot apply for your enduring residence until the area supports your job proposal and provides you with a Credential of Endorsement. You have to contain this credential in your permanent residence application.
Assemble the Compulsory Documents and Forms for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Programs: There is an application program for every one of the packages on the IRCC webpage. It contains document lists, needed forms, and directives on how and where to apply. You will require these papers and forms so you can apply for Enduring Residence in Canada. Here is a index of documents and forms as are necessary for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs:
- Birth credentials.
- If related: Wedding certificate/annulment certificate (if married extra than once, submit documents for each).
- If related: Death credential for former spouse/common-law companion.
- If you have a common-law companion: Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union (IMM 5409 – original) and evidence you have lived together for a minimum of one year (communal apartment lease, common bills, common address on documents.)
- If related: Information on your kid, such as a birth credential, adoption documents, or evidence of custody.
- If related: National Identification Document or household registry/book.
- Copies of passport and travel document. The copies have to confirm the passport number, date of issue and expiration, your photograph, title, day and location of birth as well as alterations to the title, birth date, expiry etc.
- Validation of Regional Authorization.
- Language ability evidence.
- Evidence of educational background.
- Evidence of prior job experience (employment agreement, payslips, etc.).
- Evidence you have enough funds.
- If you are now residing in Canada: Evidence you have a legal temporary residence authorization.
- Evidence you worked/studied in Canada lawfully. The photocopy of your study authorization and entry stamp.
- Police Clearance Certificates. They must be from each nation/region you have resided in for six or more months.
- Visa photographs that fulfil to the Canadian necessities.
- Evidence of paid Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program charges
Appeal Forms for The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
- Generic Application Form to Canada (IMM 0008)
- Schedule A: Background/Declaration (IMM 5669)
- A Proposal of Employment to a Overseas National: Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (IMM 5650)
- Economic Programs: Atlantic Immigration Pilot Programs (IMM 5501)
- Additional Dependents/Declaration (IMM 0008DEP) (if applicable)
- Supplementary Information – Your Travels (IMM 5562)
- Additional Family Information (IMM 5406)
- Use of a Representative (IMM 5476)
Note: Except you are said to, do not submit the original copies of the documents because you will not get them back.
Conform the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Application: Then, you have to assemble all the forms and documents in a 9” by 12” envelope and mail it to one of the addresses providing on the instructional guide. Afterwards, you submit your Atlantic Immigration Pilot appeal. You will also need to submit your biometric data. Your visa officials will inform you when you can give this info. You should now have compensated for the biometrics charge and comprised it in your application.
Elective Temporary Work Permit: If you want to do a job in Canada although your appeal for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot is being processed, you may be qualified for a Canadian temporary work permit. In demand to apply for the temporary work permit, you will require a job proposal from an elected company and a Recommendation Letter from the Atlantic region in which you will work. You also have to come across the language, education, and work knowledge necessities essential in the program you will work under (See the necessities section overhead). When your proprietor applies to have your job proposal permitted, they will also request the region to give you a Recommendation Letter. If you obtain this temporary work permit, you can:
- You can work up to one year
- Work only for the company who provided you with the job
Note: You got a work permit, it does not indicate that the Canadian authorities will also allocate you a Permanent Residence permit.