Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
Atlantic Immigration is one of those Immigration projects that the Canada government has launched, which has become a subject of talk around immigration aspirants. There are four major reasons for the same:
Atlantic Immigration gives you an opportunity to migrate to Canada with a secured job in hand. You receive assured settlement services from specific organizations in your process of starting your new life in Canada.Your family members can also accompany you as Permanent residents. So it’s not just job and earning but a complete resettlement package. The academic and experience requirements for this program is absolutely minimum.
The most important step in going forward with Atlantic Immigration is the choice of the right province. Let’s get a basic idea about each of them and choose the right province to apply for.
1. Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia. Its provincial capital is Halifax. Nova Scotia is the second-smallest of Canada's ten provinces, with an area of 55,284 square kilometers (21,300 Sq mtr), Nova Scotia's cold winters and warm summers are modified and generally moderated by ocean influences. Nova Scotia is a warm province due to the effect of the ocean. Owing primarily to the milder winter temperatures experienced in Nova Scotia compared to the rest of Canada.
Nova Scotia’s defense and aerospace sector is one of the major source of defense equipment manufacturing in Canada. The Nova Scotia travel and tourism industry includes more than 6,500 direct businesses, supporting nearly 40,000 jobs. The province also boasts a fast growing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector which consists of over 500 companies, and employs roughly 15,000 people.
Fisheries is another major industry in Nova Scotia that contributes to its economy in a large scale.
2. New Brunswick
According to the Canadian constitution New Brunswick is the only bilingual province. About two thirds of the population declare themselves Anglophones and a third francophone. One third of the total population speak both English and French. Tourism accounts for about 9% of the labor force directly or indirectly.
New Brunswick has a continental climate with slightly milder winters on the Gulf of St. Lawrence coastline. Elevated parts of the far north of the province have a subarctic climate.
Out of the four Atlantic provinces New Brunswick is Canada’s least populated, The Atlantic provinces also have higher rural populations. Goods and services production is the major production sector in New Brunswick.
Those in the goods producing industries manufacturing or construction, while those in services work in social assistance, trades, and health care.
Agriculture, shipping products crops, and half of that from potatoes, mostly in the Saint John River valley. The major products include apples, cranberries, and Maple Syrup] New Brunswick was in 2015 the biggest producer of wild blueberries in Canada.
3. Newfoundland and Labrador
The province is Canada's most linguistically homogenous with 97.6% of residents reporting English as their mother tongue in the 2006 census.
Newfoundland is roughly triangular. Each side is about 400 km long, and its area is 108,860 km2 (42,030 Sq mi).
Service sector is accounted for the largest share of GDP, especially financial services, health care and public administration. Other significant industries are mining, oil production and manufacturing. The total workforce in 2010 was 263,800 people. Mines in Labrador, the iron ore mine
The fishing industry remains an important part of the provincial economy, employing roughly 20,000 and contributing over $440 million to the GDP. Aquaculture is a new industry for the province.
Other than seafood processing, paper manufacture and oil refining manufacturing in the province consists of smaller industries producing food, brewing and other beverage production.
Agriculture and Tourism is also a significant contributor to the province's economy. In 2006 nearly 500,000 non-resident tourists visited Newfoundland and Labrador, spending an estimated $366 million. Tourism is most popular throughout the months of June–September, the warmest months of the year with the longest hours of daylight.
4. Prince Edward Island
With the capital city at Charlottetown the 2016 census, the province of Prince Edward Island has 142,907 residents. The backbone of the economy is farming it produces one fourth of Canada's potatoes. PEI is located about 200 kilometers (120 miles) north of Halifax, Nova Scotia and 600 kilometers east.
The island has two urban areas. The largest surrounds Charlottetown Harbor, situated centrally on the island's southern shore, and consists of the capital city and suburban
Despite Prince Edward Island's small size and reputation as a largely rural province, it is the most densely populated province in Canada.
The climate of the island is considered to be mostly influenced by the surrounding seas. As such, it is milder than inland locations owing to the warm waters from the .The climate is characterized by changeable weather throughout the year; it has some of the most fluctuating day to day weather in Canada, in which specific weather conditions seldom last for long.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
The major industries in those provinces in a nutshell/Industries in Demand
The main job categories in demand for Atlantic Immigration in a nutshell can be from:
Travel and Tourism
Information Technology and Services
Fisheries and Aqua science
Food and Beverage Industry
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Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program: The process
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program has two specific options for skilled workers:
Atlantic High-Skilled Program (AHSP)
Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program (AISP)
One program option for international student graduates:
Atlantic International Graduate Program (AIGP)
The work experience, education, and job offer required will depend on whether the individual is applying as a worker or as an international student graduate. The other requirements are the same for both.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program: How to begin
The first step for an aspiring applicant is to acquire a job with a designated employer from any of these provinces mentioned above. You can use any channels for marketing your profile. If your profile gets selected and you acquire a letter of offer the first step in the process is done.
Once you accept the job, the employer will connect you with a designated settlement service provider organization for a needs assessment and to develop a settlement plan.
You will need:
A valid job offer; A letter from the province; and A commitment to apply for permanent residence within 90 days of the temporary work permit application.
Getting the right settlement plan is the second step.
Endorsement by Atlantic Province happens once the job offer and settlement plan is ready. Once the process is finished the applicant gets the certificate of endorsement. Certificate of endorsement is the document that makes the applicant eligible to apply for Permanent Residency.
Apply for permanent residency at the Canada Immigration department. If the employer demands the candidate to be in Canada on an early time, there is a provision in which a temporary resident permit can be applied for.
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