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Newfoundland and Labrador: List of Employers Designated in Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

September 2018, 21
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The authorities managing the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program have made public a list of the employers in Newfoundland and Labrador who are taking a part in it. The provincial government seeks that the overseas nationals must contact them.

There are 172 designated employers approved by the Government in the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. It has the feature of fast-tracking eligible overseas workers as well as international graduates having a job offer from a designated employer to get a Canadian PR.

Features of the list

This list covers many businesses spread out in the province ranging from restaurants to aerospace companies, and located in community areas. Also there is a note in the list which specifies that overseas nationals, and international graduates, who have an interest to utilize the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, must contact the employers existing on the list.

Presently, Newfoundland and Labrador is the only province participating in the AIPP to make such a designated list public.
Furthermore, the government report anticipates many job openings in Newfoundland and Labrador in the next 6-7 years. The reason is a decline in population in the province.

The A.I.P.P commenced its operations in 2017 for three years. It helps Canadian employers in four Provinces of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

Conditions for Employers

The aim is to hire qualified foreign workers and international graduates of post-secondary institutions located in region. They can perform jobs which are not filled locally.

The norm for taking part in the Pilot is that the employer must be designated by the respective Provincial Government. In order to succeed they must make specified commitments like working with settlement services providers to help the applicants as well as their families to adjust to the Canadian way of life.

Originally the Admission target for 2018 in the AIPP was 1,000. Owing to its popularity the federal government raised it for 2018 to 2,500. Moreover, it is 2,000 for 2019 and 4,000 for 2020. The management of this pilot is based on partnership between the federal government of Canada and the four governments of the Atlantic Provinces.

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