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Canada Raises Atlantic Immigration Pilot Allocation to 2,500

July 2018, 11
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The Canadian Government is boosting the number of immigrants who are skilled and their members of the family who can get P.R. through the  Pilot Program of Atlantic Immigration this year by 500, making the 2018 allocation to 2,500.

Immigration Minister of Canada, Refugees and Citizenship, Ahmed Hussen, declared the progress Tuesday after a connection with the premiers of Canada’s 04 Provinces in Canada Atlantic region- Canadian province New Brunswick, province of Nova Scotia,  Newfoundland and Labrador, and the province of Prince Edward Island.

Hussen told the development indicates the “important use of an interest in” the Pilot Program for Atlantic Immigration from companies in the four Atlantic provinces in the year 2018.

“The provinces have advised us that they want more space to assure that they have the people that they want to remain to grow their enterprises right here in Canada Atlantic region,” Hussen told to reporters on Tuesday.

As of May 31, 2018, Hussen told there were 1,000 organizations assigned beneath the one-year-old A.I.P.P, which provides authorized employers for hiring skilled foreign workers to fill labor force gaps and fast-track them and their families for Canadian PR.

Hussen said the 1,000 organizations was twice the number assigned below the A.I.P.P in 2017 and that they had already announced 2,000 offers of the job to qualified, immigrants who are skilled and foreign graduates of universities in the Atlantic region of Canada in the year 2018.

It is an essential improvement over 2017, the project’s launching year when only 250 offers of the job were announced.
I.R.C.C state it has got 900 applications for Canadian PR by the A.I.P.P since its initiation. Admissions aims by the A.I.P.P are set at 1,000 for the year 2018, 2,000 for the year 2019 and 4,000 for the year 2020.

A principal benefit of the A.I.P.P is that assigned organizations no need to have to go through the process of getting an Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) for jobs approved below this pilot program.

To be qualified, international workers need to have a full-time employment offer from a selected employer and hold minimum one year of full-time (or equivalent part-time) paid work experience in a profession assigned Skill Type O, Skill Level B or Skill Level A below N.O.C of Canada.

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