Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project (AIPP)
The Atlantic Canada Immigration Pilot Program is mainly subdivided into three programs:
Atlantic High-Skilled Program, Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program, Atlantic International Graduate Program). Applicants can choose the most suitable project category according to their own circumstances.
Requirements for international graduators in Canada:
1) Need to obtain a degree, diploma, certificate, or apprenticeship certification from a public school in the Atlantic area for at least two years, no work experience is required;
2) Apply within 12 months after graduation, and need to live in Atlantic Province for at least 16 months in the two years before graduation;
3) Learning or training courses cannot be purely language courses. Specifically, more than half of the courses cannot be English or French courses, and the learning method cannot be distance learning;
4) Obtain a job offer from a designated employer in the Atlantic Province, the job offer must be O/A/B/C, the employment time is at least one year, and the job is non-seasonal;
5) At least CLB4 level in English or French, with scores within two years;
6) Provide proof of funds (no need to provide for living and working in Canada) and settlement plan.
1) The employer obtains the nomination qualification and completes the endorsement of the candidate’s province;
2) The applicant applies for permanent residence to the Federal Office of Immigration, and submits the provincial endorsement letter and other relevant materials for immigration medical examination;
3) The applicant is approved with Canada permanent resident status, applicant’s family members may emigrate to Canada upon the approval of the primary applicant’s PR application.