This initiative, which is driven by employers, enables talented individuals from abroad or those who are just temporarily resident in the country to fill open positions. It is now one of the negotiable alternatives for those looking to immigrate to Canada. The goal of the regional agenda is to create a prosperous community with a competent workforce while fostering innovation and growth in trade and commerce.
The principal candidates must have a job offer from a specified employer that includes a settlement plan for their families. Temporary work permits can be requested for to gain entry into the nation in the event of an urgent joining at the provided position.
Two migration programs are offered under this program:
The sort of program applied will undoubtedly affect factors like the required employment offer, education, and work experience; however, other requirements are mostly unchanged.
The Atlantic provinces, on the other hand, are involved in immigration, notably through the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), which are compatible with the Express Entry system.
Currently, these are the options for the Atlantic PNP: