The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) first launched in 2017 is an employer oriented initiative between the federal and the Atlantic provinces. These included Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island (PEI), New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador.
The AIPP is a suite of three federal programs established by the Ministerial Instructions. The goal of AIP is to bring in talented, educated, and experienced immigrants to Atlantic Canada in order to strengthen and improve the labour market. This is also to entice prospective immigrants to Atlantic Canada and assist them in obtaining permanent residency.
The video below will show you the steps you need to take to become a Canadian Permanent Resident under the AIPP.
- How can I become a Permanent Resident through this program and what are the steps I need to take to start this application?
- I have a really low CRS Score and also a low IELTS score, this is my biggest chance, so what are the eligibility requirement?
- I do not have enough money to show as proof of funds, so this program will help me to Canada for low Proof of funds?
- Other programs take time to process, is this faster in terms of application process?
- I already have an IELTS and ECA Report, do I have advantage over others in terms of getting a Job?
- Is there a place to live once I move to Canada under this program?
- I’m only high school graduate? Can I apply under this program?
- I’m a truck driver and my wife is a food server so our NOC Skill Type is C. Our we eligible?
- I’m an engineer and so my NOC Skill Type is A. Am I eligible?
- What is a settlement plan and how can I get one?
- How can I obtain an IELTS Report?
- How can I obtain an ECA Report?
- How can I apply for Permanent Residence after I got an Endorsement letter from the province?
- Which category of AIPP I fall under?