Here are the popular Canadian Immigration Pilot Program options for those who want to work in a certain field and are planning to settle in Canada. We select the best available program options for you !
From time to time, Canada immigration department launch pilot programs which are usually for 3-5 years period. Currently the following pilot programs are available,
|RURAL AND NORTHERN IMMIGRATION PILOT||ATLANTIC IMMIGRATION PILOT|
|This pilot is geared for individual towns in small communities of Canada to address their labor shortages. A job offer from participating community will get you nomination of that community and hence getting PR would be accessible.||Only provincial designated employer can support foreign worker or an international student in Atlantic Provinces. Signing an offer of permanent employment and getting a settlement plan from settlement service provider organization is part of this program.|
|AGRI FOOD PILOT – Eligible Agri- food sector has started this program to address the labor shortage for experienced, non-seasonal workers. Under this pilot program of Permanent residence, Canadian work experience is required along with other requirements.||HOME/CHILD CARE PROVIDER PILOT – This pilot program provides in-home caregivers with the opportunity to become a permanent resident once they have 2 years of eligible work experience in Canada.|
|BC TECH PILOT – This program allows the technology sector in BC to attract and retain the talent it needs to grow the sector further. BCPNP issues invitations on a weekly basis to qualified registrants.||HEALTH CARE WORKERS PR PATHWAY – This is most recent program for eligible refugee claimants to apply for permanent residence if they provided direct patient health care during COVID-19 pandemic.|
Rural and Northern
RNIP is a community driven program. It is designed to spread the benefits of economic immigration to smaller communities by creating a path to PR for skilled foreign worker who wants to live and work in one of these participating communities:
|4.||Sault ste Marie||ON|
EDO- Economic Development Organization of a participating community. Each EDO has its own recommendation application procedures but IRCC has the authority to make the final decision.
|1.||Intend to live in the community|
|2.||Within the last 3 years, at least 1-year continuous full time work experience|
|3.||Must have valid job offer in NOC O, A,B,C,D|
|4.||Recommendation from the community|
|5.||Qualification assessment or Canadian Education|
|6.||Language: NOC C/D =CLB 4; NOC B 5; NOC A/O=6|
*Note: International Students who graduated with a degree or diploma, certificate from a Canadian post-secondary institution located in the community are exempt from work experience in 2+ years of post-secondary education or master’s degree.
|Temporary Resident Visa||Temporary Resident Permit|
|TRV also known as Visitor Visa is an official document placed in the passport. It shows requirements are met to enter Canada Most Visitor Visa holders can stay up to 6 months in Canada.||TRP is a short visa granted to applicants who are otherwise ineligible to enter Canada. Application is the same as TRV but the processing fee is $200 and extra documentation is to be provided to get authorization from CBSA officer at POE or Immigration Officer of IRCC.|
|1. Valid Travel Document||1. Any court document related to charges, connections, sentences|
|2. Convince Officer that stay is short and you will leave Canada at the end of your stay.||2. Letter of reference|
|3. Have enough money to support yourself during your stay.||3. Personal statement from applicant TRP is also granted to,|
|4. Strong ties to home country||-visitors