2017 年加拿大省提名政策利好,大西洋省份增加2000移民配额

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2017 年加拿大省提名政策利好

增加大西洋四省移民:加拿大两级政府联手推出大西洋发展新战略

加拿大联邦政府和大西洋沿岸四省联合推出一个为期三年的试行项目“大西洋地区发展战略”,内容包括增加移民数量,改善基础设施,发展清洁能源,为当地产品和旅游业打开国际知名度等内容。

《环球邮报》和CBC等媒体报道,星期一(7月4日)在爱德华王子岛,四个省的省长联合召开新闻发布会。加拿大移民部长麦卡伦等六名联邦内阁部长到场。

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按照新的移民项目,2017年,加拿大联邦政府将在现有的省级提名项目之外再增加2000移民名额。如果进展顺利,此后两年移民数额的增加幅度将更大。但是这些名额不会平均分配到四个省,而是根据当地企业的需要和新移民的专业来决定。

国库委员会主席布莱森是从新斯科舍省当选的议员。他说,要留住新移民,加东地区应该形成更欢迎外来者的风气,不要再把他们称作“外地人”。

加东四省除爱德华王子岛以外,纽芬兰、新斯科舍和新不伦瑞克三个省目前的死亡率都超过了出生率。新斯科省省张迈克内尔说,如果我们不改变,人口将继续下降,经济也不会有起色。

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爱德华王子岛上的风能发电场。Joe Raedle/Getty Images

但是哈利法克斯市的保守派智库“大西洋市场调查研究所”的负责人纳瓦罗-杰尼却说,光是增加人口没有用,关键是要改善经济条件,否则连本地人都留不住,更何况是外来移民。

本文版权:加拿大国际广播及CBC/Radio-Canada版权所有。飞出国提供下列链接以佐证该消息真实性。

Building a vibrant economic future for Atlantic Canada

Federal Ministers and Atlantic Premiers announce the launch of an Atlantic Growth Strategy following a meeting on Atlantic Canada’s economy

July 4, 2016 – St. Peters Bay, Prince Edward Island

The Government of Canada and the governments of the four Atlantic Provinces are working together to build a vibrant economic future for Atlantic Canada by focussing their efforts and resources to stimulate the region’s economy, support the middle class and address both long standing and emerging regional challenges. These actions will build on other advancements for the middle class, such as the Canada Child Benefit and the recent agreement on the Canada Pension Plan.

To demonstrate this commitment, today, the Government of Canada and the four Atlantic provincial governments jointly announced the launch of an Atlantic Growth Strategy that will direct targeted actions to stimulate the region’s economy, support both innovative and resource-based industries, and increase job opportunities for Atlantic Canadians. The details were made public following a meeting that concluded today between the four Atlantic Premiers – Stephen McNeil, Brian Gallant, Wade MacLauchlan and Dwight Ball – and federal Ministers Lawrence MacAulay, John McCallum, Scott Brison, Dominic LeBlanc, Navdeep Bains, and Judy Foote.

The Atlantic Growth Strategy is intended to drive economic growth in the region by implementing targeted, evidence-based actions under the following five priority areas:

  • Skilled workforce/immigration Enhance the region’s capacity to develop, deploy and retain a skilled workforce by addressing persistent and emerging labour market needs and making Atlantic Canada a destination of choice for immigrants.
  • Innovation Foster greater business innovation by supporting the scaling up of small firms, technology transfer, the commercialization of research, and the generation of new breakthrough ideas in areas such as bioscience, aquaculture, ocean technology and renewable energy, while also spurring value-added opportunities in established industries like the fisheries, agriculture and forestry which are the foundation of Atlantic Canada’s economy.
  • Clean growth and climate change Stimulate economic growth, creation of clean jobs, and innovation in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
  • Trade and investment Expand business activities between Atlantic Canada and international markets, and strategically market the region as a whole by displaying the best Atlantic Canada has to offer the world to attract new investments and grow tourism.
  • Infrastructure Invest in regionally significant infrastructure projects, including broadband connectivity, that support long-term growth in Atlantic Canada and position the region to capitalize on global trade opportunities by attracting investment and enhancing productivity.

Ministers and Premiers unveiled a two-year action plan that will guide short-term actions to be implemented under the Atlantic Growth Strategy. The first area of action focusses on skilled workforce and immigration with the introduction of a new three-year immigration pilot project aimed at addressing the unique labour market challenges in Atlantic Canada. When in place, the pilot project will help to better match the needs of local employers with the skill sets of immigrants while helping to improve the attraction and retention of newcomers in Atlantic Canada.

Through this project the Government ‎will admit up to 2,000 immigrants and accompanying families in 2017, with rising numbers in the following years depending on performance. This is a substantial increase, amounting to almost half the current number of provincial nominees in Atlantic Canada. The federal and provincial governments will continue to undertake cooperative actions that will bring stable and long-term economic prosperity in Atlantic Canada and additional joint actions will be unveiled over the coming months.

Ministers and Premiers have formed a Leadership Committee to oversee the implementation of targeted actions, provide policy direction, review the broad range of factors that affect the Atlantic Canadian economy, and, ultimately, drive results that will lead to economic growth in the region. The efforts of the Leadership Committee will be supported by an Advisory Group.

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“The Government of Canada is focussed on growing the economy and strengthening the middle class. Working jointly with the Atlantic Premiers, we will make the strategic investments and take the actions needed to generate long-term clean and inclusive growth, create jobs and position Atlantic Canada as a thriving, knowledge-driven economy.”
– The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)

“This is a major initiative that addresses a top priority of provincial governments and will lay the foundation for sustainable economic growth. Accomodating a variety of skill levels, provincial governments and employers will recruit and settle immigrants depending on the economic needs of the provinces.”
– The Honourable John McCallum, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

"To build on our successes and create sustained prosperity for Prince Edward Island, we must grow our workforce and continue to foster an environment of innovation and entrepreneurship. Working together with our Atlantic, federal and community partners, we will grow our population and create economic opportunities for all Islanders and for the Atlantic Region.”
– The Honourable Wade MacLauchlan, Premier of Prince Edward Island

Related products

• Backgrounder – Atlantic Immigration Pilot
• Backgrounder – Atlantic Growth Strategy: Action Plan
• Backgrounder – Atlantic Growth Strategy: Leadership Committee Terms of Reference

Associated links

www.acoa-apeca.gc.ca/growth

Follow on social media.
Twitter: #AtlanticGrowth

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https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/news/building-vibrant-economic-future-atlantic-canada





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新斯科舍省 - 加拿大大西洋省份 Nova Scotia - Canada
新省省提名NSNP-EE紧缺职业类别申请条件及流程(NSNP Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry)
加拿大移民2017年配额目标发布,技术移民数额大增 Canada 2017 Immigration Levels Plan
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加拿大大西洋四省介绍 - 维基百科

加拿大大西洋省份(英语:Atlantic ProvincesAtlantic Canada,法语:provinces de l’Atlantique)是指加拿大在大西洋海岸的四个省:新斯科舍新不伦瑞克爱德华王子岛纽芬兰与拉布拉多。而其中新斯科舍、新不伦瑞克和爱德华王子岛又合称为 加拿大海洋省份(又译作 加拿大滨海诸省加拿大沿海诸省,英文:The Maritimes或Maritime Provinces,法文:provinces maritimes)。这四省是加拿大面积最小的,而海洋省份三省的总面积又比纽芬兰与拉布拉多小。这四个省比加拿大其他省份较落后和贫困,但自然环境优美。经济以渔业和旅游业为主。四省内最大城市是哈利法克斯,也是加拿大唯一在大西洋的不冻港。近年在新斯科舍和纽芬兰近岸发现丰富油田,因此区内石油业正在加速发展。

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Flag of Nova Scotia.svg 新斯科舍 哈利法克斯 1867年7月1日
Flag of New Brunswick.svg 新不伦瑞克 弗雷德里克顿 1867年7月1日
Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg 爱德华王子岛省 夏洛特顿 1873年7月1日
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg 纽芬兰与拉布拉多 圣约翰斯 1949年3月31日


AIPP 加拿大大西洋省份移民试点项目 Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
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飞出国:加拿大大西洋四省试点项目是面向雇主的,类似澳洲雇主担保移民,需要雇主先申请担保资格(designated employer),然后提名国际雇员。该项目预计 2017年3月正式开放申请,大致情况及指南参考下面 PEI 爱德华王子岛省的介绍。

Atlantic Immigration Pilot for Employers

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is an employer-driven federal immigration pilot program designed to help you fill permanent labour shortages and skill gaps in your business by supporting foreign nationals for permanent residency. There are three different streams which aim to address different needs. The Atlantic High Skilled Program allows you to attract highly skilled individuals, the Atlantic Intermediate Skilled Program allows you to attract semi-skilled individuals, and the Atlantic International Graduate Program allows you to attract recent graduates from Atlantic Canada post-secondary institutions.

Am I eligible?

To be eligible to participate in the Pilot you must be a designated employer. To become a designated employer you must:

  • Want to hire full-time, non-seasonal international candidates
  • Be in good standing with provincial and federal standards and legislation as per the [program guidelines]Atlantic-Immigration-Pilot-guidelines_for_designation-2017-flyabroad.pdf
  • Demonstrate your preparedness to receive and meet the settlement needs of international candidate(s) and accompanying family members, and agree to do so
  • You understand and agree to the reporting requirements for the program

What is the process?

The Pilot is a two step process. The first step is to become designated. You will only need to be designated once, but you will be contacted annually by our office to update your file. The second step is to identify international candidates that you would like to support through this program and submitting an endorsement application to our office. This stage of the Pilot is not yet open, and these application forms will not be available until that time, anticipated to be March 2017.

Why should I apply now?

The Province is able to designate employers now in anticipation of the Pilot opening. You only need to be designated once to be eligible to participate in the Pilot, so if you get designated now you will be eligible to start submitting endorsement applications as soon as the Pilot officially opens.

How do I apply?

If you meet the criteria listed above you must first read the [application guide]Atlantic-Immigration-Pilot-guidelines_for_designation-2017-flyabroad.pdf then complete the [employer designation form]ATLANTIC-IMMIGRATION-PILOT-employer_designation_form_0-2017-flyabroad.pdf.

The complete form can be submitted to the Office of Immigration in three ways:

Office of Immigration

94 Euston Street, 2nd Floor
PO Box 1176
Charlottetown, PE
Canada C1A 7M8

Do I have to pay a fee?

There are no fees payable to the Province for the designation or endorsement process. All regular federal immigration fees (link is external) apply.

What forms do I need to fill out?

To become designated as an employer who is eligible to use the Pilot you must complete an [employer designation form]ATLANTIC-IMMIGRATION-PILOT-employer_designation_form_0-2017-flyabroad.pdf. To apply to have a candidate endorsed you must already be a designated employer and then submit an endorsement form.

Who can I contact with questions?

Forward questions related to the Pilot to [email protected] (link sends e-mail) or call (902) 620-3628.

ATLANTIC-IMMIGRATION-PILOT-employer_designation_form_0-2017-flyabroad.pdf (160.1 KB)
Atlantic-Immigration-Pilot-guidelines_for_designation-2017-flyabroad.pdf (164.9 KB)


加拿大各省省提名留学生类别申请条件汇总
AIPP 加拿大大西洋省份移民试点项目 Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
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加拿大新斯科舍省省提名官网也发布了加拿大联邦大西洋移民试点项目。2017年3月开始实施,需要有雇主才能申请。

Atlantic Immigration Pilot - NSNP -Flyabroad

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a creative approach to addressing our labour market challenges.

Starting in March 2017, employers in Nova Scotia will be able to use the Pilot to hire foreign workers.

To learn more about the Pilot, please contact our Employer Support Team. We’re here to help.

Eligibility

Employers looking to fill persistent labour gaps through the Pilot must first be approved for eligibility by being designated and then endorsed by the Province.

Once the employer is endorsed, the foreign worker can apply for permanent residency directly to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

The foreign worker can also access temporary pathways (i.e., obtain a work permit) while waiting for permanent residency.

To become designated, an employer must:

  • Have a business operating in good standing
  • Provide information on labour needs
  • Commit to working with a service provider organization on settlement and retention

To become endorsed, an employer must:

  • Demonstrate efforts to hire locally have not been successful
  • Recruit a foreign worker
  • Provide a valid, full-time, non-seasonal job offer co-signed with the foreign worker
  • Provide an individualized settlement plan co-signed with the foreign worker

How Employers Apply

  • Contact our Employer Support Team
  • Review the Designation and Endorsement Guide
  • Complete the application forms and submit all required information and attachments

NS省大西洋试点移民项目官方指南:NSNP-Employer_Designation_Form_NSOI-2017-flyabroad.pdf (279.9 KB)。


AIPP 加拿大大西洋省份移民试点项目 Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
加拿大各省省提名留学生类别申请条件汇总
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加拿大新不论瑞克省提名 NBPNP 关于2017年加拿大联邦大西洋四省试点移民项目的说明:

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project - Immigration and Settlement in New Brunswick, Canada

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a three-year employer-driven immigration program to attract and retain global talent while supporting population growth and addressing labour shortages. The pilot will allow 2000 additional immigrants and their families to come to the four Atlantic Provinces, a key component of both the Atlantic Growth Strategy and the New Brunswick Economic Growth Plan.

Provincial government staff will assist local employers identify, hire and support foreign workers. In turn, successful candidates will be selected for permanent residency by the Federal government.

Employers interested in participating in the Pilot, must meet the following designation criteria:

  • The employer wants to hire full-time, non-seasonal international candidates;
  • The employer and their business are well-established and in good standing; and
  • The employer is committed to meet the settlement needs of international candidate(s) and accompanying family members.

AIPP 加拿大大西洋省份移民试点项目 Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
加拿大各省省提名留学生类别申请条件汇总
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NL AIPP 加拿大纽芬兰及拉布拉托省提名大西洋移民试点项目:

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program for Employers - Newfoundland and Labrador

Immigration, multiculturalism, and diversity have significant social, economic, and cultural benefits for Newfoundland and Labrador. Immigrants coming to our province not only enrich the social fabric of Newfoundland and Labrador, they also bring economic advantages, generate innovation, attract industries and workers, and spur economic growth.

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) will help address labour market challenges in the Atlantic Provinces by assisting employers in attracting and retaining skilled immigrants. Newfoundland and Labrador is working closely with the other Atlantic Provinces and the Federal Government to ensure the successful development and delivery of the AIPP.

To participate, employers must meet certain requirements, including a commitment to support the newcomer and their family as they integrate into their new life in Atlantic Canada. Starting in early March 2017, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will begin accepting permanent resident applications targeting international students, intermediate-skilled workers and high-skilled workers.

Potential employers who may be interested in taking part in the AIPP could include those involved in food services industries, the health care sector and other employers prepared to offer full-time employment opportunities for hard to fill positions. Interested employers are encouraged to review the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Employer Designation Guidelines and contact the Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour’s Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism to learn more about the Pilot.

The Way Forward: A vision for sustainability and growth in Newfoundland and Labrador committed to increasing the number of immigrants to the province by 1,700 annually by 2022. Prior to the end of this fiscal year, Government will outline specific actions for achieving this target.

NL-ATLANTIC-IMMIGRATION-PILOT-guidelines_for_designation_en_2017-flyabroad.pdf (189.2 KB)
NL-ATLANTIC-IMMIGRATION-PILOT-employer_designation_application_en_2017-flyabroad.pdf (307.2 KB)

For more information please contact:

Atlantic Immigration Pilot
Advanced Education, Skills and Labour
Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism
Confederation Building, West Block
P.O. Box 8700, St. John’s, NL A1B 4J6

Telephone: 1-709-729-6607
Email: [email protected]


加拿大各省省提名留学生类别申请条件汇总
AIPP 加拿大大西洋省份移民试点项目 Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
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加拿大联邦对 2017 年大西洋移民试点项目的说明。3月实施。分为三个类别,雅思 CLB 4 就可以,但需要有雇主offer:

  • Atlantic Intermediate-skilled Program (AISP) 永久雇主offer,1年相关工作经验,至少高中学历
  • Atlantic High-skilled Program (AHSP) 一年雇主offer,1年相关工作经验,至少高中学历
  • Atlantic International Graduate Program (AIGP) 一年雇主offer,大西洋省份最少2年高中后学历

BACKGROUNDER: ATLANTIC IMMIGRATION PILOT - PROGRAMS AND EMPLOYER DESIGNATION

January 27, 2017

Context

As the first key initiative under the Atlantic Growth Strategy, three new employer-driven permanent residence immigration programs have been created under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot. The goal of the three-year Pilot is to help attract and retain skilled immigrants in Atlantic Canada.

With a shrinking labour force and ageing population, immigration of skilled workers is required to meet pressing labour market needs and to ensure long-term economic growth and continued success for Atlantic Canada.

All principal applicants arriving in Canada under the Pilot will have a job offer from a designated employer and an individualized settlement plan for them and their family. A job and settlement support are key to having newcomers succeed and stay in the region.

Starting in early March, 2017, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will begin accepting permanent resident applications for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs. In 2017, a total of up to 2000 applications, which include the skilled worker and any family member coming with them, will be accepted for these programs.

How it works

In an innovative first, employers will be required to work with settlement service provider organizations to help newcomers to Canada integrate into their new communities in Atlantic Canada so they stay there long-term and help grow the economy in the region.

Often, economic immigrants that come to Canada don’t necessarily have a job offer or a settlement plan in place before they arrive. Under this Pilot, every principal applicant will come to Atlantic Canada with a job offer and an individualized settlement plan for themself and their family, connecting them to services known to support successful integration.

Once a designated employer finds a skilled immigrant who meets their employment needs and the program criteria, they will need to first offer them a job.

In many cases a Labour Market Impact Assessment is needed for immigration purposes to show that no Canadian worker is available to do the job. To help address the pressing labour market needs of the Atlantic region, employers will not need to get a Labour Market Impact Assessment for jobs they offer to skilled workers under these new pilot programs.

After accepting the job, the employer will connect the skilled immigrant with a designated settlement service provider organization for a needs assessment and to develop a settlement plan. Employers will also support the long-term integration of the newcomer and their family so they can reach the goals of their settlement plan once they arrive in Canada.

Starting in March 2017, employers that need to fill an immediate job vacancy will also have access to a temporary work permit so the skilled immigrant and their family can come to Canada right away. To qualify for this temporary work permit, the skilled immigrants will need a valid job offer, a letter from the province and a commitment to apply for permanent residence within 90 days of the temporary work permit application.

To help determine the success of the Pilot, ongoing reporting by employers, settlement service provider organizations and provinces to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will be in place. Details on reporting requirements will be available later in 2017.

Employer designation process

The Atlantic provinces are now accepting applications from employers that would like to hire skilled immigrants under the Pilot. Employers with locations in multiple Atlantic provinces will require separate a designation for each province.

To become designated, employers must meet certain requirements, including a commitment to support the newcomer and their family as they integrate into their new life in Atlantic Canada.


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这页的项目好像没人关注啊?