Ottawa has announced the new Atlantic immigration program, and it is going to send applications from March 6, 2022. The program will invite foreign workers and international graduates so that they get permanent residence in Canada.
Last year, an announcement has been made regarding a way to immigrate to the Atlantic Provinces of Canada, which led to the formation of the AIPP or Atlantic Immigration Pilot program. Many people came to these provinces through this program.
- Atlantic Immigration program will invite people on March 6, 2022
- Foreign workers and international graduates will be invited
Eligibility criteria for Atlantic Immigration Program
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More about the permanent program
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier are very keen to invite immigrants to the province. The immigrants provide solutions for the economy and social challenges of the province. The Atlantic Immigration Pilot program is a success for the employers as many newcomers are invited.
The program has become permanent, and the government is providing a lot of support to the newcomers. People who want to apply for permanent residence in Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, or Prince Edward Island can do so on March 6, 2022.
Features of the permanent program
There are three features in the permanent program which led to great success. These features are
- Focus on employers
- Enhanced settlement support
- Collaborative approach
Atlantic Immigration Program job offers
There are three programs in AIP which are
- the Atlantic High-Skilled Program
- the Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program, and
- the Atlantic International Graduate Program
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