Pilot Programs

Atlantic pilot program is also open to foreign graduates who have completed their studies in one of these four provinces, namely Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. 


As of 18 June 2019, Canada has introduced two new home caregiver pilots to help home support providers immigrate to Canada. They serve as replacements for the LCP (Live-in Caregiver Program), which was closed to new applicants.
But under the new home care provider pilots, you will be able to apply for permanent residence if you have a valid job offer or already have work experience in Canada as a caregiver to meet the eligibility requirements.

These two programs are for the candidate having experience as a Nurse or a Primary school teacher. Applicants must apply under the specific program which suits their skills and work experience.

New Agri-food Immigration Pilot will open up over 2,750 plus family members, will be accepted for processing of job opportunities for skilled farm and livestock workers, and a total of approximately 16,500 possible new permanent residents over the three-year duration of the pilot.

RNIP is the need of the country due to the high retirement rates in Canada, there is a massive gap in the job market, especially in rural and northern areas where population growth is slow.