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AIPP Canada

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a fast-track immigration program that allows employers in Canada’s four Atlantic provinces – Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island – to hire foreign nationals for jobs, they haven’t been able to fill locally.


The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is designed to welcome additional newcomers to the Atlantic Canada region to fill the needs of local employers and communities.

AIPP Canada

How it works

Step 1: Upon signing up for the Canada Atlantic immigration Pilot Program application with Illimite Migration Services, we shall provide you with free IELTS training classes and paid classes for CELPIP from a British Council certified trainer. We shall guide you to get your Educational degree assessed by the Canadian governing body.

Step 2: The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is an employer-driven program that facilitates the hiring of foreign workers. All principal applicants arriving in Canada under the Pilot program must have a job offer from a designated employer.

Employers do not need to go through the process of obtaining a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) under this program.

Step 3: Upon receipt of the Job offer, we shall request you for the detailed/additional documentation in order to go through the detailed verification and background check (Police clearance) process. During this time, you would be also advised to undergo a medical examination. Once the background checks and medical checks are cleared, the permanent residency visa will be issued with further details on the landing process. The time taken will be approximately 3-5 months upon completion of the language test and the educational credential assessment to arrange job interviews.

PLEASE NOTE: It is important to note that Government processing fees are separate from our processing fees. Illimite Migration cannot charge any fee on behalf of any Government Authority. Such fees are to be paid by the client directly to the respective Government Authority.