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Atlantic Immigration Program

The Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP) is established by the Canadian federal government in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador. It is one of the quickest  Canadian immigration program launched in the four Atlantic provinces.  AIP is one of the employer-sponsored immigration categories. The original pilot project was turned into a permanent official Canadian immigration program in early 2022.

Among the four Atlantic provinces, Nova Scotia has the most employer resources, and most people live in Halifax, which is the most prosperous city in the province. The advantage of this city is its climate. It is located on the east coast of Canada, where the warm Atlantic current prevails, so it is the second warmest city in Canada after Vancouver. Most of our clients choose to live in Halifax.

Overseas skilled workers basic requirements:

  • High school graduation or above
  • 1 year of relevant work experience within the past three years
  • No asset requirements
  • English proficiency by occupational category, general: Immigration IELTS 4-6
  • Both white-collar and blue-collar workers are available

AIP program Benefits:

  • No upper age limit
  • Low academic and language requirements
  • Wide range of career options
  • The PR application can be submitted in the place of current residence
  • You can choose to apply for a work permit first in addition to the PR application, the whole family will be eligible to land in Canada
  • One-step for the whole family to obtain permanent resident PR status

High Level Process:

  • Immigration Assessment
  • Sign contract with us
  • Apply for a job\Interview\Confirm job
  • Apply for Provincial Endorsement
  • Submit work permit and immigration applications
  • Pass background and medical checks
  • Landing in Canada after the work permit is approved (waiting for the immigration application to be approved in Canada)
  • Permanent Resident status approval