Hire through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot: submit an endorsement
Submit an endorsement application to the province
The province must endorse your job offer before the candidate can apply for permanent resident status.
The provinces handle endorsement. Send any questions about endorsement to them. We aren’t involved in the endorsement process.
Visit the province’s website to get their endorsement application:
The endorsement applications will ask you to:
- show that you haven’t been able to fill the job with someone locally. You don’t need a Labour Market Impact Assessment
- show the job offer meets the requirements of 1 of the 3 programs
- send the completed and signed Offer of Employment to a Foreign National [IMM5650] (PDF 817.97 KB)
- send the settlement plan for the candidate and their family members coming to Canada with them
The provincial forms will tell you how to do this. They may also ask for additional documentation. The candidate may need to send you more documents or sign the province’s forms.
If the province endorses the job offer, they will send a Certificate of Endorsement to the candidate. Once your candidate gets the endorsement certificate, they can apply for permanent resident status.
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