Canada It has become one of the destinations where people, mostly young people, want to reside and start a new life. If you are one of those interested in working in several counties in this North American country, keep reading the note.
The Atlantic Immigration Program is a pathway to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers and international graduates from a Canadian institution who wish to work and live in the provinces New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador.
The program had beta testing that began in 2017 and brought 10,000 new residents to the said counties. But what should they do?
It gives employers more than 9,800 jobs in key sectors such as healthcare, accommodation, food service, and manufacturing. Next, we tell you what you need to apply.
- Receive a job offer from a designated employer in Atlantic Canada to participate in the program.
- Be a recent graduate from a recognized post-secondary institution in Atlantic Canada or a skilled worker.
- You may be living abroad or already in Canada as a temporary resident.
- You must meet the minimum language requirements.
- If you studied outside Canada, you need an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report.
- When you arrive in Canada, you will need enough money to support yourself and your family.
Each employer must guarantee: full-time, not seasonal, at least one year of employment, and the offer must have the same or higher level of skill or experience as you qualify for the job.
Click below to apply for offers by province.