The ordinal migration scheme in Canada to take in permanent citizen applications via the Atlantic foreigner’s pilot has already kicked off. This scheme is next to none in the country and is an important aspect of the #AtlanticGrowth plan.
The Atlantic foreigner pilot scheme is for talented employees and foreign exchange student that require to reside in the country permanently in areas such as: Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. The application scheme will accept a little over two thousand requests in 2017
Receive an employment opportunity
To be eligible for this scheme, you require a full-time employment offer from a hiring company around the Atlantic state. Connect with representatives from the states to get more information on which companies are recruiting with the scheme in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
Acquire a needs evaluation and residency plan
After securing your employment offer from an assigned hiring company, you will then require a residency evaluation. You can always acquire one from an assigned residence service provider firm. After evaluation, every senior person in your family will receive a customized residency plan.
The scheme will:
- Assist you in settling down in Canada
- Enlighten you about the area you now reside
- Inform you about places you can receive assistance if you need one.
- Acquire a recommendation letter
The hiring company must send you an employment offer, the residency plan for every senior in your family and a recommendation letter to the state for assessment. If the state accepts the application, you will then receive a recommendation letter from them. Your application to the migration department must carry your recommendation letter.
The Atlantic foreigner’s pilot scheme has three plans under it. The plan you subscribe for is dependent on your experience as an employee, learning the background and the employment offer.