Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
Unlike other immigration pathways, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is employer-driven. An employer must become designated by the Nova Scotia Labour, Skills and Immigration to participate in the pilot. Each program has different eligibility criteria which are verified with the employer.
There are three different programs under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot. Based on their work experience, education and job offer, candidates can apply under one of the following:
- Atlantic Intermediate Skilled Program – NOC 0, A, B and C
- Atlantic High-Skilled Program – NOC 0, A and B
- Atlantic International Graduate Program – NOC 0, A, B and C
Under this pilot, every principal applicant will come to Atlantic Canada with a job offer and an individualized settlement plan for themselves and their family.
The Cape Breton Partnership
The Cape Breton Partnership employs coordinators to help employers navigate the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. Your employer can reach out to us if they would like to learn more or set up a one-on-one meeting. To learn more, reach out to the Cape Breton Partnership
For more information about the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, visit the NSIPG website or IRCC website.Click here to submit an addition/edit to this page
Last Modified: October 14, 2021