Who Can Apply for AIPP
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
- When you have a candidate and a job that meet a program’s requirements, offer the candidate the job using the form Offer of Employment to a Foreign National [IMM 5650] (PDF 817.97 KB).
- If you’re hiring a foreign worker for a permanent job through the Intermediate-skilled worker program, you must enter permanent as the end date in box 22 of your offer of employment (IMM 5650).
- Fill out the form and give a copy to your candidate. They must sign it.
- The candidate will need a copy of the form and a copy of your Confirmation of Designation to get a settlement plan.
- At this step, the candidate will work with a settlement service provider organization to create a settlement plan. The organization can be the one you worked with to get designated or the candidate can choose a different one.
- The candidate will give you a copy of the plan. You’ll need the plan to get endorsed.
professional experience. Be sure that you are eligible for a program stream before you prepare to submit an application.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program for Skilled Workers with Employer Support New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program: Express Entry
Atlantic High-Skilled Program Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program Atlantic International Graduate Program
You may wish to gather your diplomas and other educational credentials to have these translated at the same time.
World Education Services (WES)
Comparative Education Service (CES)
International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS)
International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)
If your educational documents require translation into English, you may wish to have them translated along with your other identity and civil status documents.
If you do not have Canadian education credentials, you will need to provide an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) that confirms the Canadian equivalency of your education.
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Atlantic Intermediate Skilled Program ( AISP )
Atlantic High Skilled Program ( AHSP )
Atlantic International Graduate Program ( AIGP )
* A Labour Market impact Assessment is not needed for atlantic immigration pilot programs
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- Employer connects their recruit with a participating settlement service provider organization
- Candidate contacts a settlement service provider organization of their choice for a needs assessment service that will result in a settlement plan for themselves and their family
- Employer completes the provincial endorsement application, identifying the appropriate program based on candidate’s work experience and including the job offer and settlement plan, and sends it to the province In cases where it is urgent to fill the position, candidates may be eligible for a temporary work permit. Certain conditions apply, such as having a valid job offer, a referral letter from the province and a commitment to apply for permanent residence. Consult the website for more information
- Province reviews and approves the endorsement application. Province sends candidate an endorsement letter
- Settlement service provider organization provides 1 candidate with a settlement plan after the needs assessment
- I Candidate sends a copy of the settlement plan to the employer
- Candidate completes their permanent residence application and sends it to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) including their endorsement letter and any other required documents
- Approved candidate and their family come to Atlantic Canada
- Employer supports candidate and their family’s settlement and integration in their workplace and community in partnership with settlement service provider organization
- IRCC processes the application 1 — Applications will be processed in six months or less in the majority of cases
Letters of Employment
Letters must be:
written on company letterhead;
signed by the responsible officer/supervisor;
show the company’s full address, telephone numbers, e- mail and website addresses; and
stamped with the company’s official seal (if applicable).
Letters must include all the following information:
- the specific period of your employment with the company
- the positions you have held during the period of employment and the time spent in each position
- your main responsibilities and duties in each position;
Know your National Occupation Code (NOC):
For immigration to Canada, professions are categorized into NOC codes.
Talk to your current and previous employers about obtaining a letter that meets the requirements for immigration to Canada.