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How to Apply for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program Canada 2017 by katty : March 07, 2017, 02:54:30 AM
Hurray the atlantic immigration pilot program canada 2017 which is the fastest way to migrate to Canada is now open. The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is for skilled workers and international student graduates who want to permanently live in any of the four provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and it is the fastest route to land in Canada with your family. 2,000 Permanent residence card will be issued in 2017 for this pilot phase

Although the program has just been launched few hours ago, based on what i know, here is How to Apply for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program Canada 2017:

1. Find out first if you are eligible to apply under this scheme, click Here to check the criteria and check if your job qualification and duties falls under required job categories check Here
2. If you are qualified, contact the province and ask for the list of designated employer in an atlantic province
3. After getting a job offer and signing the contract, get a need assessment and settlement plan check Here
4. Your employer will then apply for an endorsement certificate with the province
5. With the endorsement certificate, you are now ok to apply for Permanent Residence.

Note that designated employer in an atlantic province will be later made public by each province from what i heard. Also some provinces might decide to forward the CV collected last month in Manila and Poland to the employers to pick applicants from.

Let's keep our fingers cross and watch keenly what the provinces would do as the ball is now in their court. If you are applying for the program share your timelime and preparations here. For more information check http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/atlantic/




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Re: How to Apply for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program Canada 2017 by Joyce Macharia : March 07, 2017, 12:39:13 PM
Hurray the atlantic immigration pilot program canada 2017 which is the fastest way to migrate to Canada is now open. The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is for skilled workers and international student graduates who want to permanently live in any of the four provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and it is the fastest route to land in Canada with your family. 2,000 Permanent residence card will be issued in 2017 for this pilot phase

Although the program has just been launched few hours ago, based on what i know, here is How to Apply for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program Canada 2017:

1. Find out first if you are eligible to apply under this scheme, click Here to check the criteria and check if your job qualification and duties falls under required job categories check Here
2. If you are qualified, contact the province and ask for the list of designated employer in an atlantic province
3. After getting a job offer and signing the contract, get a need assessment and settlement plan check Here
4. Your employer will then apply for an endorsement certificate with the province
5. With the endorsement certificate, you are now ok to apply for Permanent Residence.

Note that designated employer in an atlantic province will be later made public by each province from what i heard. Also some provinces might decide to forward the CV collected last month in Manila and Poland to the employers to pick applicants from.

Let's keep our fingers cross and watch keenly what the provinces would do as the ball is now in their court. If you are applying for the program share your timelime and preparations here. For more information check http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/atlantic/




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Re: How to Apply for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program Canada 2017 by Idowu Olabode : March 08, 2017, 09:27:17 AM
Thanks @Katty for this. I emailed all the four provinces participating in the the program yesterday for list of designated employers in their province in order to make the list available to those who are interested in the program. Here are the highlights of the responses from 3 of the 4 provinces :

Prince Edward Island


The PEI Office of Immigration is not involved in the process of matching applicants with employers. You may want to look at positions available on www.workpei.ca for information on available positions in Prince Edward Island. You can register to have an account on this website so you are notified when future job positions are listed that may be in your field of employment.

Nova Scotia

There is no list of designated employers.


We also recommend that you review the following employment sites which may help you find employers with open positions in Nova Scotia:
https://careers.novascotia.ca/publications
http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/home-eng.do?lang=eng
http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/content_pieces-eng.do?cid=193&lang=en

New Brunswick


Employers who have been approved for designation are not listed on our website. It is the expectation that foreign nationals interested in potentially applying for permanent residency under the Pilot search for work in the province (if not currently already employed in New Brunswick on a work permit). We encourage individuals to search for employment opportunities on the provincial job board: www.nbjobs.ca . Once you have identified opportunities in your job area, you may contact employers with job opportunities to see if they are designated under the pilot.
.

I hope this helps someone. If you are participating in this program please share your story with others

Re: How to Apply for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program Canada 2017 by Denismrb : March 09, 2017, 05:03:51 PM
Thanks buddies, here are some key facts about the program I thought might be useful.

Criteria

*Full-time genuine offer of employment from an Atlantic Canadian employer in good standing
*CLB 4
*At least high school verified through ECA
*1-yr work experience in related NOC (except for international student grads from public Atlantic Canadian post-secondary institution)
*Provincial endorsement
*Settlement funds (currently 3075 CAD for principal applicant and 1000 CAD per additional family member)
*Needs assessment and settlement plan

You have to search for job offer to apply for this program. Your job offer does not need to be in the same occupation as your past work experience. However, you need to meet employment requirements for the job you are offered. The requirements are listed in the NOC.

The employer does not need a Labour Market Impact Assessment.

Re: How to Apply for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program Canada 2017 by segun : May 22, 2017, 01:24:28 AM
Your information is quite useful. Whoever has gotten any job offer from any of the job boards share keep us informed.

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