I want to live
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project (AIPP) was created to attract more people to Atlantic Canada. The program is employer driven and its objective is to match job seekers with employment opportunities.
I want to work
Thousands of people come to work in Canada every year. In some cases people are given open work permits, however, in most cases work permits are granted based on a job offer from a specific employer.
I want to study
Going to college or university in Canada provides a clear pathway to permanent residency. Persons coming to Canada can work part time during their studies and full time during their breaks.
Express Entry relies on a points based system for selection. Education, language ability, work experience, and ties to Canada determines who is invited to apply.
Having a valid Canadian job offer greatly increases your chances of selection and success.
Canadian Immigration programs and policies are usually decided solely by the federal government.
An exception to this rule are the provincial nomination programs. With provincial nomination, Canadian provinces are given more freedom to select their desired profiles.
If you are open to living anywhere in Canada; provincial nomination is a great option leading to residency.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project
Atlantic Canada is a beautiful coastal region that is accepting an additional 2500 new people each year.
The four maritime provinces have breathtaking seascapes. Towns are welcoming and life is very affordable.
Being accepted under the Atlantic Pilot project is employer driven but keep in mind that many semi-skilled jobs are in very high demand.
If you are feeling the strain of trying to run your business but you simply don't have enough people to make it work, we can help.
Once we determine your eligibility, we can assist you in getting approved for the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
Our HR team can help you find the right candidates for temporary and/or permanent positions.
I CAN BRING YOU TO CANADA
My name is Marilyn Clark and I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Originally, I am from a small Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Being from Iles-de-la Madeleine has taught me to respect the ocean and all that it provides. The isolation also pushed me to want discover everything beyond the horizon. From the age of 17, I have traveled all over the globe. As a person, travel has made me grow, understand, and, appreciate diversity.