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  1. 1. MPIK WEBINAR.
  2. 2. Express Entry is a Canadian online process that receives applicants into the whole country of Canada. Successful Candidates in Express Entry can live any where in the country, because it is a FEDERAL Programme
  3. 3. Express Entry is points- based. To get a high score in the skilled worker category applicants usually should; 1. Be lower than 30 years 2. Have a second degree 3. Have a very high score in IELTS not less than 7 4. Have ample work experience
  4. 4. Some provinces (just like states in a country) run special programmes to allow migration specifically into those provinces. This is to fill the labour gaps in those provinces We would be looking at 3 of such programmes that can run with or without Express Entry.
  5. 5. AIPP. (Atlantic Immigration Pilot Programme) RNIP. (Rural and Northern Immigration Programme) SINP. (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee programmme )
  6. 6. It was launched to get immigrants settle in the 4 Atlantic provinces in Canada, these are;  New Brunswick  Newfoundland and Labrador  Nova Scotia  Prince Edward Island
  7. 7.  The programme started in 2017 and at the end of 3 years 2500 people had migrated through it. The programme was extended in March 2020 to bring in 5000 immigrants each in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
  8. 8. Because immigrants are needed in the 4 provinces the requirements of AIPP is low compared to the Express Entry  IELTS REQUIREMENT IS CLB 4… that is minimum of  4.5 in Listening  3.5 in Reading  4 in Writing  4 in Speaking
  9. 9. NO OF FAMILY MEMBERS AIPP (CAD) EXPRESS ENTRY (CAD) 1 3,240 12,960 2 4,034 16,135 3 4,959 19,836 4 6,021 24,083 5 6,829 27,315 6 7,702 30,806 7 8,575 34,299
  10. 10. AIPP IS EMPLOYER DRIVEN, This means one must get an offer of employment from a designated employer in any of the 4 provinces. This means that not all job offers can work for AIPP, the job must be from an employer qualified to bring in foreign workers
  11. 11. 4. Permanent Residence Application 3. Province Endorsement letter 2. Settlement plan by Provider 1. Getting an Employ- ment Offer
  12. 12. Know your NOC WES Credential evaluation IELTS English test scores ready Canadian style resume/CV Proof of funds ready Start applying for jobs where your current work experience is needed
  13. 13. This is the singular most important step in AIPP. MPIK has an updated list of the designated employers in all the 4 provinces, this and the best job sites would be sent to you via email.
  14. 14.  Programme started in 2019, based on the success of the first phase of AIPP. Rural Canada has all basic amenities, however they are faced with a declining workforce as the elderly are retiring.
  15. 15.  Offer of Employment for a job in demand in the community or previous post- secondary study in the community.  Language or IELTS requirement is CLB 6  WES. Credential Screening  RNIP is also employer driven
  16. 16. NO OF FAMILY MEMBERS RNIP (CAD) EXPRESS ENTRY (CAD) 1 8,992 12,960 2 11,107 16,135 3 13,654 19,836 4 16,579 24,083 5 18,803 27,315 6 21,207 30,806 7 23,611 34,299
  17. 17. 1. Sudbury, Ontario https://investsudbury.ca 2. Timmins, Ontario www.timminsedc.com 3. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario www.welcometossm.com 4. Thunder Bay, Ontario www.gotothunderbay.com 5. Brandon, Manitoba www.economicdevelopmentbrandon.com 6. Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba www.seedrgpa.com 7. Claresholm, Alberta www.claresholm.ca 8. Vernon, British Columbia https://rnip-vernon.ca 9. West Kootenay (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson), British Columbia https://wk-rnip.ca/
  18. 18. 1. International Skilled worker for those already in the Express Entry System 2. SINP – Occupations in Demand 3. International Skilled Worker with Employment offer
  19. 19. This is for those with occupations that are not on the excluded list The excluded occupations for SINP will be sent via email to all registered participants A job offer is not required Expression of Interest (EOI) system.
  20. 20.  A job offer is not compulsory  A high demand occupation is necessary  IELTS CLB OF 4 and above ( The higher the better)  MUST GET ABOVE 60 in the Saskatchewan grid system

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