The Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program (AISP) is a type of Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP), which aims to lead the immigration levels of Canada’s Atlantic provinces.
To apply for the Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program, you must fulfill the given criteria:
Applicants to the AISP must demonstrate that they have obtained work experience for at least one year. This work experience may be non-continuous, full-time or part-time, but must add up to a total of 1,560 hours. The work experience must be:
Applicants to AISP must demonstrate they have one of the following:
For applicants with an education completed outside Canada, an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is required to prove that the level of education is proportionate with Canadian standards. The ECA must be less than five years old from the time the application is submitted.
Applicants to the AISP must prove language ability of at least fluent basic level in either English or French to apply for the program.
The following language tests are approved for the AISP:
A person must have a job offer that meets all of the following requirements:
You must meet employment requirements for the job you are offered. You can find these requirements in the NOC. The job doesn’t need to be in the same NOC as other jobs you’ve had.