Atlantic immigration pilot

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a prompting immigration program that helps employers of Canada belonging from four Atlantic Provinces. These four territories included are Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island that hire are overseas nationals for jobs.

The program was introduced in 2017 as the federal government and its provincial government partners decided to welcome newcomers across nations to the Atlantic Canada region by the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program.

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot program is deliberately designed to greet newcomers to the Atlantic Canada region to fill the needs of local employers. This is a three-year pilot plan that allows local employers to recruit and retain global talent. The program also has the aim of supporting population growth, developing a skilled workforce, and increasing employment rates in the region.

The pilot program is an overall ‘Atlantic Growth Strategy’ that focuses on the following areas:

  • skilled workforce and immigration;
  • innovation;
  • clean growth and climate change;
  • trade and investment; and
  • Infrastructure

How it works

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is an employer-driven program that helps them hiring various foreign workers across fields. All applicants applying to Canada under this program must have a job offer from an employer and have an individualized settlement plan for survival.

Once a designated employer finds a suitable candidate who meets their all requirements employment and criteria, that employer offers them a job letter.

After the acceptance of the job offer, the employer will connect with the candidate and help to develop a settlement plan. Employers will also be supporting the long-term integration of the new immigrants and their family, so they can attain the goals of their settlement.

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