Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)
Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)
About The Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot In Manitoba
The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) is community-driven and was developed to help spread economic immigration to smaller sized communities throughout provinces in Canada. This pilot program allows a route for permanent residence for foreign skilled employees who want to work and live in one of the participating communities in the program.
Candidates would need to find a job within one of the participating communities in the program. A candidate may live and work in one of the communities if they are recommended by the community and successfully apply for permanent residency. If the candidate received an endorsement from a community and has successfully applied for permanent residency at the community, they are then able to live and work in that community.
Our experienced professionals in immigration at Boudreau Law have handled many immigrantion applications; we have in-depth knowledge of the application process and the requirements of the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program. Contact one of our Manitoba immigration team members today to learn more information and how we can help you with the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot application.
How To Find A Participating Community In The Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot Program
The immigration lawyers at Boudreau Law can help immigrants apply to the following Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot participating Manitoba communities:
- Brandon, Manitoba
- Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba
Brandon is the second largest city in Manitoba. This full-service city is home to numerous businesses and services of all types and sizes. It boasts a low crime rate, affordable housing and an abundance of recreational and cultural activities and opportunities for residents.
Altona/Rhineland is located in southern Manitoba, with the region having a long history of welcoming new immigrants and integrating them into the social fabric of the Altona/Rhineland community. The region of Altona/Rhineland is located near the United States border which provides a gateway for domestic shipment of specialty goods, products and international exports.
For more information about the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program application process or about the two Manitoba participating communities, contact a Boudreau Law immigration lawyer to learn more today.
Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot Requirements
In order to qualify for the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot, you must meet the requirements listed below:
- A designated community economic development organization must be able to recommend you
- Must meet the required work experience
- Must have a job offer
- Meet the minimum language requirement
- Meet the required educational requirements
- Must be able to provide proof of funds
- Must intend to live in the community
Work Experience Requirements For RNIP
The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot work experience requirements for eligible candidates must meet the minimum requirement of 1560 hours (twelve months) of continuous and paid work experience in the last three years. The work experience must be in the same occupation; however, it can be with different employers and can be obtained either in Canada or in a different foreign country.
Education Requirements For RNIP
The education requirements that each candidate should meet is to have either a Canadian high school diploma or the foreign equivalence of the same. An Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report must be obtained from a selected organization for all qualifications outside Canada.
Language Requirements For RNIP
The minimum language requirement for the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is based on the candidates National Occupational Classification (NOC) type or a certain level that pertains to the candidate’s community job offer.
Financial Requirements For RNIP
The financial requirements for the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is for each candidate to show they have the financial stability and money to support both themselves and their families after they enter Canada unless they have already had a valid work permit and are already working in Canada.
Contact Boudreau Law For More Information About The Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot Application Process
If you are interested in applying in the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program to live and work in either Brandon, Manitoba or Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba contact one of our immigration lawyers to learn more about the application, requirements, and how we can help you begin the process of successfully becoming a full-time resident in one of these wonderful Manitoba communities.