Did you know that Canada’s Newfoundland clearly needs more new immigrants? The news is that Newfoundland & Labrador are trying to attract and keep new immigrants. This is to solve its issues like declining population can be solved.
Canada immigration and its provincial scopes were priority topics in provincial election campaigns. All parties competing in the election have promised to meet high immigration targets.
The highlight of solutions suggested to improve the fall in immigration to the province was that the province had to offer more job opportunities to immigrants. As important was the need to help newcomers integrate into the local community. For this, even the natives of the region had to play a significant role. Their cooperation and appreciation will motivate more immigrants to arrive in Newfoundland & Labrador.
Also, in view to bring about long-term retention of migrants, the province has to teach students in educational institutions about cultural sensitivity, oppression, and racism.
Immigrating to Canada to Newfoundland & Labrador
You have 2 ways to immigrate to Canada to Newfoundland & Labrador: The NLPNP and AIPP.
NLPNP is a pathway for immigration candidates under the categories of international graduates, skilled workers, international graduate entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurs.
AIPP, a fast-track immigration program, work for employers in Canada’s Atlantic provinces, helping them to find and recruit foreign workers. These provinces include Newfoundland & Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island). Workers can be recruited under AIPP without employers having to obtain an LMIA.
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NLPNP – Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program
AIPP – Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
LMIA – Labor Market Impact Assessment