Canada Immigration offers more than 100 pathways to Immigrate to Canada. There are options to apply without a Job Offer but most of the Programs require a Job Offer from a Canadian Employer.
Getting a Job Offer under Atlantic Immigration Program of is much easier than under any other pathway of Canadian Immigration.
Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP) is a permanent program which replaced Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP). Four Atlantic provinces Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island participate in this Immigration Program.
The Basic requirement to qualify for the AIP is a Job Offer from one of the Designated Employers. Employers register themselves with the Provincial Government to get designated. It means they fulfil the requirements set for Employers to hire a Foreign Worker.
Lists of Designated Employers from each Atlantic Province will be available on our website as soon as published by the Provincial Government. Only one province already published this list, and that is Newfoundland and Labrador. List of designated employers in Newfoundland and Labrador can be find here.
Also Read: Designated Employers of Newfoundland and Labrador
It is an Employer Driven Program. Employer can make a job offer to qualified candidate. But this job offer should not be on a plain paper or letterhead of the Company. Canadian Immigration issued a separate form for Employers to make a Job Offer.
This form must be filled by Employer as a Job Offer and sent to the candidate. Candidate must sign this form in order to accept the job offer. You can View or Download the Form Below.
This form will be needed to proceed further for Work Permit and Other Immigration Applications.