Immigration Pilot Program Canada
Immigration Pilot Program
In the coming years, Canada will be a home to more than a million new immigrants! Although there are several secured pathways to immigrate to Canada and one of them is the Pilot Program. These pilot programs are limited period programs. These are especially introduced to address the needs of specific regions and communities in Canada. The primary aim of this program is to bring skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled foreign nationals to Canada. These immigrants will further help those regions to meet the shortages created. It also enables the immigrants to apply for permanent residency, if they want to continue to stay and work in the country. The applicants under this program will be filling the gap in the labor force. The different categories under the Canadian pilot program are:
Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
This pilot is designed to address the shortages in the labour market of the individual towns and communities in Canada. Like the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), you should get a job offer from an employer based in that specific community or town. After getting the job offer the local government will nominate you for permanent residency. The best part is that there is no standard skill required. Most occupational skills and levels are eligible.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot
You may be eligible to submit a permanent residency application under Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs if you are: A Foreign Skilled Worker (FSW) holding a valid job offer from a business participant, or An international graduate from a public post-secondary school located in any of the following provinces: