AIPP Program

Immigration Canada AIPP (Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program) is a pilot program launched in March 2017 to assist business owners in recruiting foreign workers as well as attracting international students to study abroad. study, work and settle in one of the four provinces of the Atlantic region, including: Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador.
The AIPP program is expected to be piloted for 3 years to welcome more than 7,000 immigrants to the Atlantic region by 2020. With the positive results brought by the program, the AIPP has been extended for 1 more year and is now available. It has now officially become a permanent program.

The AIPP program is based on an employer-driven Immigration model to match the needs of business owners with a pool of skilled or skilled immigrants. This is an ideal opportunity for applicants who want to immigrate to Canada but have not yet met the requirements of the traditional Federal Skilled Trades Program (Express Entry) or the traditional Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).

Objectives of the AIPP immigration program

The AIPP program is designed to address the resource gaps facing some industries, and also to help businesses attract and retain talent from around the world to work and play. contribute to the economic development of the provinces of the Atlantic region.

Subgroups of the AIPP Immigration Program


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