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In response to the high demand for opportunities in Canada, we are delighted to introduce two programs that offer the chance to work, live, and settle in Canada:

Work Permit Program: This program provides the opportunity to obtain a work permit in Canada, allowing you to work and gain valuable experience in the country.

For foreign workers seeking employment in Canada, it's typically necessary to secure a job offer from a Canadian employer before being eligible for a Temporary Work Permit issued by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). This process involves several steps, and depending on the foreign worker's country of citizenship, they may also need to obtain a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) to enter Canada. These requirements ensure that foreign workers have the necessary documentation and approvals to work temporarily in Canada.

Process of Obtaining a Work permit in Canada typically involves the following steps:

  1. Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)- The Canadian employer is required to apply for an LMIA from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) to demonstrate that there is a genuine need to hire a foreign worker. 

  2. Temporary Job Offer

  3. Applying for Work Permit- With the job offer in hand, the foreign worker applies for a Work Permit through the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The application includes various forms and documents, including the LMIA and job offer.

  4. Issuance of Work Permit

  5. Visa Application Process with the Consulate


The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a collaborative initiative between the Government of Canada and the four Atlantic provinces, namely New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. This program is designed to assist businesses of all sizes in the Atlantic region by facilitating the recruitment of international graduates and skilled foreign workers to address job vacancies within the region.  

To be eligible for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AISP), applicants must have a job offer that meets the following criteria:


  1. The job offer must be from a designated employer located in one of the four Atlantic provinces (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, or Prince Edward Island).

  2. The job offer should be for full-time, indeterminate employment, meaning it is not temporary or seasonal in nature.

  3. The position offered should be skilled or at the intermediate level, falling under skill type 0, A, B, or C of the National Occupational Classification (NOC). This includes managerial, professional, technical/trades, or intermediate positions.

  4. The job offer must be supported by a provincial certificate of endorsement issued by the respective province. This certificate indicates that the job offer is genuine, a needs assessment has been completed, and a settlement plan is in place for the applicant and each member of their family.

The Atlantic High-Skilled Program (AHSP) is an employer-driven initiative, meaning that all applicants must secure a valid job offer from a designated employer to be eligible for the program. This job offer is a fundamental requirement for individuals seeking to participate in the AHSP.

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Advantages of working in Canada​:

  1. Diversity: Canada is renowned for its cultural diversity, making it a welcoming and inclusive nation for people from all walks of life.

  2. Clean and Friendly Cities: Canadian cities are known for their cleanliness, safety, and friendliness, providing a high quality of life.

  3. World-Class Universities: Canada boasts world-class educational institutions, making it an ideal destination for students pursuing higher education.

  4. Business and Job Opportunities: The Canadian economy offers numerous business and job opportunities, attracting professionals and entrepreneurs.

  5. Healthcare Benefits: Residents enjoy access to excellent healthcare services and benefits.

  6. Free Education: Children have the right to free education up to the age of 18, contributing to their development.

  7. Child Tax Benefit: Parents receive financial support through the Child Tax Benefit, helping with the costs of raising children.

  8. Unemployment Insurance: Canada provides insurance for individuals facing unemployment, offering financial assistance during challenging times.

  9. Retirement and Pension Benefits: The country offers robust retirement and pension benefits for its aging population.

  10. Economic and Political Stability: Canada is known for its economic and political stability, providing a secure environment for residents.

  11. Safe and Clean Environment: Residents benefit from a safe, secure, and clean living environment.

  12. Path to Citizenship: Canada offers an opportunity for permanent residents to become Canadian citizens, granting them all the rights and responsibilities that come with citizenship.

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