Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
Through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP), Canadian Immigration has opened a new program to allow skilled immigrants and international graduates to have permanent residence in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador.
To be eligible to study in Canada temporarily, generally it is a prerequisite for the foreign national that he gets a study permit. The applicant will require a Letter of Acceptance from a from a Designated Canadian Learning Institution before he is granted with a temporary study permit.
Most travelers require a valid entry document, for instance, an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA), a valid travel document, such as a passport and a visa to visit Canada depending on their nationality or their condition.
With the help of the family class sponsorship class, the Canadian government provides an opportunity for Millions to migrate to Canada. Furthermore, when people migrate or come to Canada they seek to bring their family onboard the moment they settle.