A common mistake regarding the Pilot Programs
In 2017, Canada launched the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) which became a very popular search keyword among would-be immigrants. Last year, the IRCC announced a similar program named the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP).
And again, many prospective immigrants and bloggers began to spread posts about the new ‘revolutionary’ program which guarantees successful immigration as the language requirements in both AIPP and RNIP are very low.
What all these people miss is that the main eligibility requirement for both programs is to have a genuine job offer either in one of the Atlantic provinces or in one of the eleven participating communities.
Therefore, the main effort should be applied to finding an employer. Anyway, hoping to immigrate with a minimal language is also not the best strategy.