The ministry of Immigration’s Canada is making the ground ready for 2000 applicants and their families to the Atlantic Region of Eastern Canada. The brainchild of the governments of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island all collaborated with the Federal Government have unanimously launched this unprecedented program.
The pilot program which is an employer-driven program primarily focuses of eligibilities such as:
• Skilled workforce and immigration
• Substantial growth
• Clean ambiance
This very program involves employers from all these provinces to enroll into this program. And once the registered employer finds an employee who suits the eligibility of the program they are supposed to release an offer letter to the employee which will be useful to apply for the Canadian work permit visa. Moreover, the employer who enrolls under this Pilot immigration program need not have the Labor Market Impact Assessment.
Steps to take for the Pilot program
• Need to have work experience for at least 30 months in the relevant field.
• The applicant must receive an endorsement letter from any one of the 4 regions under this program.
• Each province has its procedures
• As a part of procedure, you will also receive an offer letter from the employers in this program
• An offer letter from a designated employer.
• The job might be full time or even seasonal
• The minimum contract will be for 12 months for every applicant
• Minimum qualification accredited to the publicly funded educational institutions.
• You must be level 4 in the Canadian language benchmark. Either French or English
• Submit original score card for the language assessments which you have already taken.
• Current bank statements
• Deposit statements
• Stable savings evidence
• Valid passport
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot program has unique features to offer at the same time eligibilities to enroll as well. The three-year pilot program aims to reach out resource gaps which certain genres are facing, It is a challenge and that is the reason why the employers are authorized to look for global talent. The program has two sub-programs such as:
• Atlantic High Skilled program
• Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled program and one glorious program for international students which is
• Atlantic International Graduate program
Steps for Employers:
• Need proof of evidence that the local were first given importance and as a result, to fill the gaps global talent are hired
• Then hire global talents
• Offers can be off seasonal, full time or part time.
• Evidence of settlement plans with newly hired employees from overseas resources.
Employee checklist for the National occupational classification groups:
• NOC Skill type O: All management jobs
• NOC Skill type A: Jobs which are considered professional such as Doctors, Dentists, Architects.
• NOC Skill type B: Technical jobs such as Chefs, Electricians, and Plumbers.
• NOC Skill type C: Truck drivers, butchers, farmers, Food & Beverage related jobs.
The language French is given high prominence for the Express Entry Program. And if any skilled immigrant has minimum proficiency in the language French you score more points under the points based category. This is not just for skilled immigrants even an exuberant platform for former students of were once graduates or post graduates in Canada or from one of the four designated provinces.
If you think you have the flare to contribute to the growth and vitality of Canada. Bring in your applications we at Y-Axis the world’s best immigration and visa consultant will process it and at the same time make sure that you find every step motivating as you will progress ahead.
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