Prince Edward Island is no longer accepting applications under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada have announced that the new Atlantic Immigration Program will launch on January 1, 2022. Atlantic Immigration Program website
Employer designations under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program will expire on December 31, 2021. To participate in the new Atlantic Immigration Program, employers will need to be redesignated. As a reminder, all AIPP-endorsed candidates must apply for permanent residence before March 5, 2022
Due to COVID-19, pre-travel approval may be required to enter Prince Edward Island. If you plan to travel to the province, visit Travel Guidance.
The PEI Office of Immigration is currently providing essential services through virtual meetings and conference calls only and our office will be closed to the general public for walk-ins. Please email your Program Officer if you require assistance. If you do not have a Program Officer, or have general inquiries please email email@example.com or call 902-620-3628.
Please find the most recent PEI CPHO guidance and directives here.
For information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, please review these resources.
COVID-19 Immigration - Government of Canada updates: Find information on air travel exemptions; foreign nationals who are in Canada with valid temporary status as a visitor, worker or students with status about to expire; and other impacts on entry into Canada for temporary foreign workers. Please monitor the federal government site for changes and updates.
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