Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program 2019
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What is AIPP or Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program?
Atlantic Provinces have their own immigration program that allows them to nominate the skilled and capable immigrants for the permanent residence in the province and that is the AIPP or Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program that was launched in 2017 with a target of inviting 7,000 immigrants to the Atlantic region of Canada by 2020.
When we say Atlantic region it comprises of the following:
- Nova Scotia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- PrinceEdward Island
By the way, AIPP applications will be processed separately from Express Entry applications. Furthermore, there is no points system under the AIPP and the language ability requirements are less onerous than for Express Entry program.
Three (3) things that you need to know before you apply for AIPP
Second, there are three (3) sub program for AIPP you need to know.
- Atlantic High-Skilled Program
- Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program
- Atlantic International Graduate Program (AIGP)
💥 Lastly, the employer must be a designated employer.
How to apply for AIPP?
How to Apply for AIPP it is very important that you understand the Step-by-Step Process of AIPP . I posted video on my channel When In Halifax, I discuss the process of AIPP and settlement plan, try to watch this one before you proceed to the next topic.
Now, you understand the Step By Step Process we will begin the HOW TO APPLY.
How to Apply for AIPP?
You need to be eligible for this program and you must meet the minimum requirements.
What is the Eligibility Requirements?
1.) You must have valid work experience
- Valid work experience means within the last three years, you have accumulated at least one year of full-time work experience in your primary occupation
- When you say Full-Time it means you worked at least one year (1560 hours).
2.) You must have a job offer
- The job offer should be from a designated employer in an Atlantic province
3.) Education: You must have an at least high-school diploma that is valid and equal to a Canadian equivalent.
- If you did not complete your studies in Canada, you’ll need an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) to show that your studies are equal to a Canadian secondary or post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree.
4.) Language requirements: You must have a level 4 in the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB)
- You will need to do mandatory language testing and submit your original results with your application.
- If you have already done language testing, your test results must not be more than two years old on the date your application is received.
5.) Proof of Funds: You need to show that you have enough money to support your family
- Amounts depend on the size of the family and includes family members a candidate supports that are not immigrating. Click here to check the amount you need click here
- The proof is not required if a candidate is already living and working in Canada with a valid work permit.
Now that you know the requirements and you understand the Step-By-Step Process of AIPP.