In his recent tweet, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Marco Mendicino announced:
"I’m very proud of the work of AIP so far, and look forward to making this a permanent program, to keep helping Atlantic Canada grow and prosper for years to come"
Moreover, he mentioned that the Atlantic Immigration Pilot is an innovative partnership aimed at ensuring the long-term retention and integration of newcomers in Atlantic Canada to help economic growth. The response to the pilot from Provinces and stakeholders has been overwhelmingly positive.
Many people responded positively on his tweet. A follower named Adil sha ali replied on Marco Mendicino's tweet showing his gratitude towards Marco Mendicino's great initiatives. Adil said.
Another follower named Janet Moser conveyed her message that population growth is and will remain the economic succession plan for Atlantic Canada’s recovery & growth.
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program most commonly known as AIPP provides a way for foreign skilled workers and International graduates to permanently live in Canada. In March 1, 2019, the Canadian government announced a 2-year extension of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot. In addition, it describes the changes that give international graduates more time to apply. It also mentioned about more flexibility for hiring health-care professionals as well as changes to the requirements for temporary work permit applications beginning May 1st of 2019.
I have created a comprehensive video that tackles important steps on how to Immigrate to Canada through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. Feel free to watch and share the video below.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
One of the key factors that any applicant needs to have to become successful under this program is obtaining a Canadian Job Offer. Click the link below to find jobs from designated employers and learn more how to apply for these Jobs.
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