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The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) Program is a community-driven program in which the participating communities provide an opportunity for immigrants with the local job opportunity to attack skilled workers in the region. The program is designed to spread the benefits of economic immigration to communities outside of the larger metropolitan areas of the country. Candidate applying for this program must meet community-specific eligibility, federal selection criteria and have a full-time permanent job with a local employer.
The communities that are participating in this pilot program are:
North Bay, Ontario – Coming Soon, the pilot hasn’t launched in this community
Sudbury, Ontario – Coming Soon, the pilot hasn’t launched in this community
Timmins, Ontario– Coming Soon, the pilot hasn’t launched in this community
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario – www.welcometossm.com
Thunder Bay, Ontario – www.gotothunderbay.com
Brandon, Manitoba – www.economicdevelopmentbrandon.com
Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba – www.seedrgpa.com
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan– Coming Soon, the pilot hasn’t launched in this community
Claresholm, Alberta– Coming Soon, the pilot hasn’t launched in this community
Vernon, British Columbia– Coming Soon, the pilot hasn’t launched in this community
West Kootenay(Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson), British Columbia– Coming Soon, the pilot hasn’t launched in this community
Rural and Northern Immigration is community-driven. Community will:
Evaluate prospective candidates who eligible for the employment opportunity available is the best fit for the economic need of the community and have the intention to stay in the community.
Recommend candidates for permanent residence to IRCC for a final decision
Connect the candidate with settlement services and mentoring opportunities with established members of the community
To be eligible for RNIP program, the applicant must meet IRCC eligibility requirements:
Have qualifying work experience or have graduated from a publicly funded post-secondary institution in the community
Meet language requirements
Have educational requirements
Have enough funds to support self and family
Meet community-specific requirements – Each community will have its recommendation process. Candidate should check the websites for the application process and the documents need to apply for a particular community.
The candidate has to very sure to apply for the right program based on the previous work experience as applying for wrong programs with no prior experience in the field, may lead to cancellation of Permanent Residence. The Offer of Employment to a Foreign National –Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is filled and given to the candidate by the employer. The candidate must pay the fees online. And mail your application to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. The CIO will make sure your application is complete.
If you have applied for permanent residence under the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot, you may also be eligible for a 1-year work permit. The work permit lets you work while your permanent residence application is being processed.
Our in-house Canadian Immigration Consultants will help you clear any query you have regarding Immigrating to Canada. Talk to our counselor to check your eligibility regarding Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) Program
Our Consultant will guide you throughout the application process and help you with the end to end process such as explaining and preparing immigration documents checklist, helps you with forms, documentation and filing application forms, completing application procedures.
Our dedicated consultants will monitor and keep you posted on the latest status for your application.