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The Atlantic Immigration Pilot
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a partnership between the Government of Canada and the four Atlantic provinces:
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
It helps employers in the Atlantic region hire job candidates who aren’t Canadian citizens or permanent residents. The candidates will fill jobs the employers have had trouble filling locally. If the candidate and employer meet the requirements, the candidate gets permanent resident status in Canada.
Part of the Atlantic Growth Strategy The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a part of the Atlantic Growth Strategy. It is a key initiative under the Skilled Workforce/Immigration pillar.
Meeting employers’ needs The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is employer driven. Most immigration programs begin with someone applying to immigrate to Canada. In the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, Atlantic employers (such as businesses, not-for-profits, governments) apply to a province to become designated under the pilot. This means they can offer jobs to skilled foreign workers and recent international graduates. These jobs must be in the province where the employer is designated.
For each job offer, employers must show they haven’t been able to fill that job with local talent. However, they don’t need a Labour Market Impact Assessment.
The province where the candidate will work must endorse the job offer. After the endorsement, the candidate can apply for permanent resident status. The candidate can live and work in Canada when the application is approved.
Becoming designated Employers must be designated by the province to make job offers in that province. The employer must show they meet certain requirements to become designated.
There is no cost to become designated. Employers only need to apply once per province. They can apply to become designated even if they haven’t found someone they want to hire.
Three streams of workers The Atlantic Immigration Pilot has three programs for hiring workers. Each program has requirements for the employer and the candidate.
All programs need the candidate to show they can communicate in English or French. Candidates must also show they have enough money to support themselves and their families when they come to Canada. The application packages explain how to do this.
Atlantic High-Skilled Program The High-Skilled Program is for workers with experience in management, professional or technical/skilled jobs. There are also educational requirements. The job must last at least one year from the date the candidate becomes a permanent resident. Please see below for some examples that are under the High-Skilled Program (Please reach out to Genesis International HR Inc to get a full list of jobs under the High-Skilled Program):
Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program The Intermediate-Skilled Program is for workers with experience in jobs that require a high school education and/or job-specific training. There are also educational requirements. The job must be permanent and in one of these areas. (Please reach out to Genesis International HR Inc to get a full list of jobs under the Intermediate-Skilled Program)
jobs needing a high school education
jobs needing specific training
Atlantic International Graduate Program The International Graduate Program is for workers with specific educational requirements, including having a degree, diploma or other credential from a publicly-funded institution in an Atlantic province. Work experience is not required. The job must last at least one year from the date the candidate becomes a permanent resident. It must be in one of these areas (Please reach out to Genesis International HR Inc to get a full list of jobs under the Intermediate-Skilled Program):
jobs needing a high school education
jobs needing specific training Optional temporary work permit Candidates may be eligible to apply for a temporary work permit before sending their permanent resident application. This permit lets the candidate begin work while their permanent resident application is being processed. The candidate must send their permanent resident application within 90 days of sending the temporary work permit application.
This work permit is good for one year. Candidates can only work for the employer who offered them a job.
We will help employer recruit the best candidate who matches the job requirement perfectly Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program support
We will assist employer who is willing to hire overseas or international graduates to apply for employer designation under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot program.
We provide service package to help employer execute the settlement plan as follows, but not limited to transportation service for the new immigrant to apply for
Provide accommodation support to new immigrant
Provide support in purchasing home to new immigrant
Provide support in purchasing cars to new immigrant
Provide support in registering school or daycare to the new immigrant who has kid
Provide support in finding family doctor
Provide airport pickup services
Provide one day tour
We are committed to provide as much support as we can during the Atlantic Immigration pilot program application process to make it easy and smooth for the employers.
You express interests in the Atlantic Immigration Pilot program, we will handle the rest!
Our Recruitment Process
Understand the job vacancy needs from the employer
Work experience required
Search the talent pool in US and China and find the candidate matches the job requirements
Pre-screening the candidate to verify, in order to ensure it is the right match to the job
Setup an interview between the employer and the candidate
Once the candidate passes the interview, we will be assisting the employer to complete the hiring process