Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program

Two Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot communities now are now accepting applications: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, and Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba have kicked off anticipated pilot project

  • Are you falling short of points in the Express Entry profile to get an ITA?
  • Are not able to score a minimum of CLB 7 in Language Proficiency Test?
  • Feel there is a deadlock for applying for a permanent resident status under the Federal Skilled worker Category?

Are you aware that there are other categories in the Economic Category?

to consider while applying for a PR status in Canada?

  1. A) Provincial Nominee Program
  2. B) Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
  3. C) Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program

Two Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot communities now are now accepting applications: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, and Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba have kicked off anticipated pilot project

Once fully operational, the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) will allow employers in 11 participating communities in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia to recruit eligible foreign workers.

Candidates who are recommended by a participating community will be able to apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for Canadian permanent residence.

Advantages

Ø  International students don’t need work experience

Ø  Were in the community for at least 16 of the last 24 months spent studying to get your credential.

Ø  Language requirements lower than for EE for each NOC Category

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