Atlantic Immigration Pilot and retention rate of Immigration
Atlantic Immigration is on the right track in the post-pandemic era and helping the east coast provinces in the retention of their immigration level. Canada’s Immigration Department found a positive outcome from the Atlantic Immigration Pilot to deal with labor market demands and help in the growth of populations.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot
As being an employer-driven program it allows employers from four Atlantic provinces to hire foreign talent. And there is no need to get a Labour Market Impact Assessment which was considered a lengthy and expensive process. Atlantic Immigration Pilot helps to bring candidates to Canada with a job offer and a settlement plan. Atlantic Canada is working on economic programs through Atlantic Immigration Pilot. If we talk about the respondents 45 percent in New Brunswick, 34 percent in Nova Scotia, and 10 percent for PEI and Newfoundland and Labrador.
After the second year in Canada, economic principal applicants surveyed living in their desired province.
Respondents want to stay in the province as they like the community, affordable living, and meaningful jobs or they have strong ties in the province. The Atlantic Immigration is extended till December 2021 to give more time to IRCC to see the impact of the program in the provinces.
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