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Atlantic Immigration Pilot Programme (AIPP)

Discussion in 'Provincial Nomination Program Immigration' started by Emmashady, Mar 8, 2017.

  1. To the Experts in the house, I greet you all.
    I need urgent info on the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Programme (AIPP), how do I go about applying for the programme and all infos that could be of help towards successful application. Counting on your support Thanks.
     
  2. You may want to look up these opened threads.

    http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/canada%19s-new-atlantic-immigration-pilot-program-a-fresh-opportunity-aipp-t472615.0.html

    http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/ircc-atlantic-immigration-pilot-programme-aipp-lets-network-here-t473002.0.html

    .../atb
     
  3. Thanks for the info,so much appreciated.
    One more thing,how long does the processing takes?
     
  4. Whole process will close in 6 Months
     
  5. Thanks for that info,am still unable to apply. Can you help out?
     
  6. U should have a valid job offer or a student in Atlantic province to eligible.
     
  7. Hi

    Did anyone manage to get job offer for Atlantic Pilot?or were you able to get the list of designated employers?
    I have written email around 20 employers ,only few of them replied that they are not designated
     
  8. Hello Emmashady,

    If you are applying or are planning to apply under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project, check out this website nextstopcanada.ca/atlantic-immigration-pilot/ Here you will find useful information about this new program that was launched to attract skilled immigrants and international student graduates looking to settle in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.

    I hope you find this useful!
     
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  9. Hi Soy,
    The link you provided is a consultant and there is no need of consultant in case of AIPP. An employer is the person to apply for endorsement to Atlantic proviences.
     
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  10. Hello Kalpan,

    nextstopcanada.ca is not a consultant agency. They are pre-arrival information referral specialists that can provide information regarding education, health, employment, housing, and other related settlement issues. The service is free of charge. In their website, it is listed the documents that you need to provide in order to register for their services.

    Best regards,

    Erika
     
  11. Hi Soy,
    You are correct, I misunderstood. Thank you!
     
  12. Applied endorsement 12 march
    Received confirmation 23 march
    File sent to CIC 28 march
    Now waiting for file number....
     
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  13. Please respond if anyone else in process
     
  14. Hi Avis,
    I think you are the first person to send to CIC. How much time did your employer wait to get the designation from the NB government after submitting expression of interest and designation forms?
     
  15. They took 10 days... but my situation was different they said... i inside Canada and already working with employer
     
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