The details of one of the most exciting immigration programs from Canada, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, are out. In the year 2017, nearly 2,000 aspiring immigrants can submit their application to become the permanent resident of Canada.
This pilot program will be in effect for 3 years and provinces that are included in it are New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.
The announcement for this program was first made on July 4, 2016. However, complete details about the program were released on January 27, 2017. Aspiring immigrants who want to become the permanent resident of Canada can submit their application from March, 2017.
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is being designed to better the process of settlement for newcomers. It makes sure that the economic immigrants who are entering the country have a clear settlement plan and have a job offer from a designated employer.
The pilot program is divided into three different categories:
- The Atlantic International Graduate Program (AIGP) – It targets international graduates that are enrolled in post-secondary study programs that have duration of at least 2 years. Applicants in this category are also supposed to have a job offer.
- The Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program (AISP) – This program is for those people who have a qualifying job offer (full time in nature) of intermediate duration in a position at level A, B, C, 0 of the National Occupation Classification and
- The Atlantic High Skilled Program (AHSP) – This program is for those people who have a qualifying job offer for duration of one year and that is full time in nature. This employment should be in the classification at level 0, A, or B in NOC.
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