So you finally decided to move to Canada and wanted to know the best pathway for yourself and your family?
You have come to the right page! Becoming a Permanent Resident of Canada has become a lot easier and quicker through these Immigration Pilot Programs.
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Normally, applicants will apply through the Federal or Provincial Express Entry System in order to get a Canadian PR Visa, however a lot of applicants could not clear the CRS Cut Off Score and only a few ones would get an ITA or Invitation to Apply. This has become a major problem for many people with low CRS Score and this is primarily because of their low profile.
When I say low profile, I refer to having low CRS score due to a person’s age, education level, work experience and language ability to name a few.
There are a lot of factors that contribute to an applicant’s CRS Score. This includes age, education, work experience, language ability. A person who is older may have a little chance of becoming a permanent resident due to his age. As a person get older, the lower is the points he obtains from the Age factor. A person who has low education credential tend to get a lower CRS
score due to having lower points obtained from education assessment. Many do not have enough work experience to boost their CRS score and a lot of people cannot get a higher IELTS Score as well, limiting their points for Language Ability.
This is where these new immigration programs become the solution as it does not require a CRS Score to get a Canadian Permanent Resident. This will demonstrate the process of obtaining a Canadian Permanent Resident Visa through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program and Regional Immigration Pilot Program; the
designated employers, participating communities and Job Openings.
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Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
Currently there are three Immigration Pilot Programs namely AIPP, RNIP and RIPP. Let’s discuss each one of these pilot programs.
Let’s begin with the AIPP which stands for Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. This pilot helps employers in Atlantic Canada hire foreign skilled workers who want to immigrate to Atlantic Canada and international graduates who want to stay in Atlantic Canada after they graduate.
If you want to learn and read more about this Pilot Program, you may find a lot of information from the official link below.
Now how can you take advantage of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program? To become a Canadian Permanent Resident under this program, all you need to do is obtain a valid Job Offer from a designated employer and that’s it. Now you might
be thinking it’s hard to find a Canadian Job, but the reality is, it is quite easier to get a Job from a Designated Employer than getting an LMIA job that can take so much time and take a longer and exhausting process. Jobs from designated employers do not require LMIA and that is one of the main advantage of the AIPP.
So how do you start the process?
Well, let’s do it step by step.
Step one is to make sure you have the right tool to get you a Job Offer and by this, I mean you must have a very powerful Canadian resume and cover letter. You can find tons of Free Template on the internet but most of them are basic ones and do not follow proper Canadian Format. After constant research and attending seminars and the help from other coaches, I finally find out the perfect Canadian Resume and Cover Letter Format most Canadian employers are looking for.
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Now that you have the right tools, it’s time to search for the right Jobs. As I said earlier, not all Canadian Jobs will get you a Permanent Resident Visa under the AIPP and so there are only a number of Jobs that are chosen based on the demand and these are the jobs published by the designated employers. Every province of the Atlantic Region has designated employers, meaning employers who wish to use the AIPP to fill in their vacancies and thus helping boost the Canadian economy and positively affect the Canadian Labour Market.
Let’s look at the four provinces of the Atlantic Region. These are:
• Nova Scotia
• New Brunswick
Prince Edward Island
• Newfoundland and Labrador
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Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program
The second Pilot Program that we are going to discuss is the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program. Similar with the AIPP, you can become a Canadian Permanent Resident if you get a Job Offer from any of the participating Communities.
So, I introduced a new term called “Participating Communities”. These are simply rural communities in Canada who wish to use the RNIP to fill in jobs that are hardly-filled in the community due to lack of skills that are required to perform those jobs.
The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a community-driven program. It’s designed to spread the benefits of economic immigration to smaller communities by creating a path to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who want to work and live in one of the participating communities.
Here are the list of Participating Communities where you can apply for Jobs to become a Canadian Permanent Resident under this program.
RNIP Participating Communities
• Sault Ste. Marie, ON
• North Bay, ON
• Sudbury, ON
• Timmins, ON
• Thunder Bay, ON
• Brandon, MB
• Altona/Rhineland, MB
• Moose Jaw, SK
• Claresholm, AB
• Vernon, BC
• West Kootenay (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson), BC
Click the link below to learn more about the complete step-by-step process on how to Immigrate through the RNIP
Regional Immigration Pilot Program
Now let’s move on to the third Pilot Program which is the Regional Immigration Pilot Program also called RIPP. Again, when you say Pilot Program, you must be able to secure a Job Offer from a Canadian employer to obtain your Canadian Permanent Residence status under this new pilot program. No worries because let’s dig into the step-by-step process and I will guide you throughout the entire process.
First let’s understand more about what Regional Immigration Pilot Program is and why it was created. According to Ontario.ca, the OINP Regional Immigration Pilot will help fill local labour shortages and support economic growth by spreading awareness of the program and increase uptake in rural and small communities. The goal is to attract highly skilled immigrants to rural and small Ontario communities to fill local labour market gaps and help spread the benefits of economic immigration across the province.
So it is clear that there is a huge demand for skilled workers in Ontario and that’s why they are eagerly looking for skilled Immigrants.
If you are planning to Immigrate to Canada, click the button below to schedule an appointment to assess your eligibility.
Having said that, let me tell you the step-by-step process on how to apply under this new pilot program. Similar with RNIP, you need to get a job offer from an employer in the participating communities. Again, these employers who participate in this program wish to use the RIPP to fill in their vacancies and thus helping boost the Canadian economy and positively affect the Canadian Labour Market.
Now I know at this point, you are eager to know the participating communities. For sure let me share it with you now. So, the three communities are: ChatamKent, Belleville/Quinte West and Cornwall. Again, our main goal is to be able to apply for Jobs in these participating community and to get a Job Offer as soon as possible.
Click the link below to learn more about the complete step-by-step process on how to Immigrate through the RIPP