In recent years, Canada has become a destination of strong migration for Colombians, who have seen this country as an option to study and work.
Currently, the The Canadian government has the “Atlantic Immigration Program”with which it seeks to increase the migration of foreigners to this country with the aim of strengthening the labor supply.
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“The Atlantic Immigration Program is a pathway to permanent residency for skilled foreign workers and international graduates who want to work and live in one of Canada’s four Atlantic provinces,” the Canadian government says on its official website.
This year’s call to apply for this initiative has been open since March 6we tell you everything you need to know about the program.
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Who can apply?
Program candidates must receive a job offer from an employer designated in the four Atlantic provinces of Canada: New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Islandand have the following characteristics:
– Have a qualified professional experience.
– Meet or exceed educational requirements.
– Meet or exceed language requirements.
– You must prove that you have enough money to support yourself when you arrive in the country.
– If the applicant is already living and working in Canada with a valid work permit, no proof is required.
In order to perform the process, you must enter this link: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/immigration-atlantic/how-to-immigrate/permanent-residence.html
In the event that the candidate has a job offer of the type or NOC skill level 0 or Amust have a Canadian post-secondary diploma one year or more, or the equivalent outside of Canada.
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If it is a job offer at the skill level NOC B or Cthe applicant must have a Canadian high school diploma or the equivalent outside of Canada. On the other hand, if the person studied outside of Canada, he must hold an ECA (Evaluation of
However, if you studied outside of Canada, you need an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) to confirm that your education is at or above the level of education required for your job offer. This RCT report must be less than 5 years old.
In this case, candidates must have minimum language requirements which will be determined based on the job offer. Among them are the points of Canadian Language Benchmark (NCLC) and Canadian Language Benchmark (NCLC).
The minimum requirements for both categories are:
– CLB/NCLC 5 for CNP 0, A and B
– CLB/NCLC 4 for CNP C
The person must submit results from a designated language testing agency with your applicationwhich must have been requested less than two years ago.
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work experience requirements
Over the past five years, the person must have worked at least 1,560 hours, which is equivalent to working 30 hours a week for one year. These hours must correspond to the skills of the National Occupational Classification (NOC).
– NOC Skill Type 0 (management jobs like restaurant managers, mine managers)
– NOC A skill level (professional jobs usually requiring a university degree, such as doctors, dentists, architects)
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– NOC Skill Level B (technical jobs and skilled trades such as cooks, electricians, plumbers)
– NOC Skill Level C (intermediate jobs that typically require high school education and/or job-specific training, such as industrial butchers, long-haul truck drivers, food and beverage servers)
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