Immigration

Immigration

Downtown St. John'sSt. John's is a great city to call home. The city is known for its welcoming people, beautiful natural environment, vibrant arts and culture scene, excellent range of amenities, and sense of community. 

Perhaps you would like to visit St. John's to get a feel for the city? Refer to the Visiting Our City section of the website for tourist information. Please remember that citizens of many countries require a visa to visit or transit Canada. Refer to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for further information on visa requirements.

The sites listed below provide comprehensive information on immigrating to Newfoundland and Labrador and Canada. 
 

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. More information on AIPP is available on the Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism website.
 
The following infographic videos explain the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program process.
 
How the Atlantic Immigration Pilot works: The Employer Designation Process
EN: https://youtu.be/DdX1GLpKnHw
FR: https://youtu.be/-faYzgB7-AQ
 
How the Atlantic Immigration Pilot works: Applicant Endorsement
EN: https://youtu.be/NOv4qMpv_1w
FR: https://youtu.be/bh6Oq5982a4
 
How the Atlantic Immigration Pilot works: Immigration Application and Post-Arrival Support
EN: https://youtu.be/9S0wbK7Dr9A
FR: https://youtu.be/AShVXzDNskM