Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program has finally opened doors to lodge application. This is a community-driven program that designed to spread the economic program to smaller communities. Foreigner skilled workers can apply for Permanent Resident if they have a desire to work and live in one of 11 participating communities.
The pilot will launch in participating communities at different times.
If a website is listed as “coming soon,” the pilot hasn’t launched in that community.
There are 4 steps to apply for permanent residence under this pilot program:
Each community will also have their own additional eligibility requirements, job search process and the application process. So, make sure you check on their official websites before stating the process.
Base on NOC Category, applicants must meet minimum language requirements. This can either be the
Minimum requirement is either
Unless you’re already working legally in Canada when you apply, you must prove you have enough money to support yourself and any family members while you get settled in your community. You can provide proof of funds as:
Comparing to many existing immigration programs in Canada, Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a great opportunity for foreign skilled workers and international students to get their Permanent Residence ticket since it has lower requirements:
To help you navigate the entire process, our team has the resources and skills to assist. Please email or call us if you are interest and would like to know more about the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program.