The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) is a joint immigration program that the federal government of Canada runs in coordination with 4 Atlantic Provinces of Canada. The app allows employers in the Atlantic region to employ foreign skilled and qualified candidates for job vacancies, for which they don’t find the right employee locally. Here are the four Atlantic Provinces which participate in AIPP:
You can apply for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) 2022 from overseas or being in Canada temporarily, provided you have a prior job offer from the Atlantic employer. This Pilot program provides you with the permanent resident status if you and your employer fulfill the requirements of the program. The PR status allows you to live and work in Canada on a permanent status. Hence, it is one of the easiest ways to immigrate to Canada’s Atlantic regions and obtain Permanent residency status. The AIPP has three main categories, and as an applicant, you need to choose any one of them which matches your profile the best. Here are three main categories of AIPP:
As mentioned above AIPP has three main categories, and every stream has its own set of requirements. Let’s first find out the eligibility requirements for the AIPP first category, i.e.
The processing time of the application received for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is 6 months. You also require providing your biometric details as per the new process (needed for most of the visa categories now). The mentioned processing time includes the time you need to give your biometrics.
The fees for applying in AIPP is starting at $1,040. However, it doesn’t include the charges applicable during the PR application process. Here are the other applicable charges
Here are the key documents required for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP):
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