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Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program AIPP
Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program AIPP is the most cost-effective scheme among employer nomination schemes in Canada. The purpose is to engage more foreign international students and technical talents for bringing new blood into the four provinces. The four provinces are New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, and Prince Edward Island. The four provinces are near to the Atlantic Ocean, and they have well-developed fishery and tourism industries, with pleasant and convenient environment. The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program has a fast approval time and lower requirement in academic qualification and work experience. All family members can be brought along to Canada through AIPP scheme, which has become one of the most popular choices.

Application Requirement


  1. Applicant should be 18 years old or above; 55 years old or below
  2. English language test CLB level 4 or above (Listening 4.5 or above / Reading 3.5 or above / Writing 4.0 or above / Speaking 4.0 or above)
  3. Proof of fund (based on the number of applicants in a family unit)
  4. Work experience: At least one-year full-time work experience within the past three years (min. 1560 working hour)
  5. Education: Credential (degree, diploma or certificate)

Family Sponsorship:

  • Spouse
  • Children aged below 18

Approval Requirements:

  • Work guarantee for at least one year from designated employer in the four Atlantic provinces

Application Document


  1. 6 Passport Photos in White Background
  2. Passport (All Pages)
  3. Identity Card (Both Front and Back)
  4. Birth Certificate
  5. Marriage Certificate (Or Divorce Certificate)
  6. Criminal Record Check
  7. Academic Proof
  8. Employment Proof
  9. Proof of fund (Bank Statement)

Application Procedures

  • Free consultation, preliminary assessment, document collection
  • Job Matching, visit the designated province and interview
  • Designated employer applies to the provincial government and select the applicant
  • Settlement in Canada
  • Provincial government reviews applications for endorsementApproximately 2-3 months for approval
  • Submit the immigration application within 90 days after obtaining the endorsement letter
  • Health Check
  • Landing

* PR status requirement: Live for 2 out of 5 years
* Citizenship: Live for 3 out of 5 years before applicationFree