Immigrate through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot: get a job offer

Get a job offer

You must receive a job offer from a designated employer in Atlantic Canada to participate in the pilot.

We don’t match you with open jobs.

To see a list of designated employers participating in the pilot, check the provincial websites:

When a designated employer offers you a job, they’ll give you an Offer of Employment to a Foreign National form [IMM 5650] (PDF, 1.54 MB). You must:

  • make sure you meet the employment requirements listed in the National Occupational Classification
    • Your job offer doesn’t need to be in the same field as other jobs you’ve had.
  • make sure you qualify for the program the employer selected in the job offer – High-skilled, Intermediate-skilled or International Graduate Program
  • sign the Offer of Employment to a Foreign National form and keep a copy for your records
    • You’ll need it when you work with a service provider organization on your settlement plan and for your permanent residence application.

As of June 1, 2019, your spouse or common-law partner can apply for an open work permit if:

  • you have a work permit through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, and
  • your job is listed as Skill Type 0, or Skill Level A, B or C in the National Occupation Classification.
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