RURAL & NORTHERN IMMIGRATION PILOT PROGRAM

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The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a community-driven program. It’s designed to spread the benefits of economic immigration to smaller communities by creating a path to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who want to work and live in one of the participating communities.

 

Here are four steps to applying for permanent residence under this pilot.

1- Check that you meet both IRCC eligibility requirements and community-specific requirements.

2- Find an eligible job with an employer in one of the participating communities.

3- Once you have a job offer, submit your application for recommendation to the community.

4- If a community recommends you, apply for permanent residence.

 

Each community will also have its additional eligibility requirement, job search and community recommendation application process.

OUR SERVICES

Gold Package

  • Assessment and consultation.

  • Online IELTS Training Videos.

  • Educational credential assessment submission.

  • Rural Northern Immigration Pilot Program application submission.

  • Express entry profile submission.

  • Permanent resident application submission.

  • Airport pick up, social insurance number, health care number, bank account, and telephone hook up.

  • Living accommodations, transportation introduction, resources in your new community and grocery shopping.

Silver Package

  • Assessment and consultation.

  • Resume preparation.

  • Online IELTS Training Videos.

  • Educational credential assessment submission.

  • Rural Northern Immigration Pilot Program application submission.

  • Permanent resident application submission.

Bronze Package

  • Assessment and consultation.

  • Resume preparation.

  • Rural Northern Immigration Pilot Program application submission.

  • Permanent resident application submission.

In Order To Qualify, You Need To Meet All Of The Following Six Requirements:

1

You must have a job offer from an employer in one of the participating communities.

2

You need one year of continuous work experience (at least 1,560 hours) in the past three years in the same field as your job offer, or have graduated from a publicly funded post-secondary institution in the recommending community

3

You must meet the minimum language requirements based on the NOC category that applies to the job offer you have received.

4

Obtain a community recommendation from the participating community in which your job offer is.

5

You must have enough money to support any family members you may have, even if they’re not coming to Canada with you.

6

You must have a Canadian high school diploma, or a Canadian post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree or an educational credential assessment (ECA).

7

Intend to live in the community

Settlement Funds Required

You will be required to prove that you have enough money to support yourself and your family after arriving in Canada unless you are already working in Canada on a valid work permit. This money cannot be borrowed and must be available at the time of application.

WHAT'S NEXT?

Take Our Free Assessment

Complete our free assessment here to have our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant evaluate whether you would be eligible to immigrate to Canada at this time.

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