Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

Apply Now! Claresholm, Alberta opens its doors for Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP).

Claresholm, Alberta is accepting applications through the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot. On Feb 11, 2020, Claresholm announces the opening of the application process for Canada Immigration. It is one of the latest communities to come on board with inviting foreign immigrants.

 

Claresholm is a western town in Canada with green pastures, lakes and rich history. The town is all set to welcome 20 people and their families through the RNIP in 2020. Now, you can apply to the following:

  1. Brandon, Manitoba
  2. Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba
  3. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
  4. Vernon, British Colombia
  5. Claresholm, Alberta

 

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

NRIP is a community-centric program. Through this program, communities can hire skilled foreign workers as per their needs. This program includes the following:

Communities Application Status
North Bay, Ontario Starting Soon
Sudbury, Ontario Starting Soon
Timmins, Ontario Starting Soon
Sault Ste. Marie Open
Thunder Bay, Ontario Open
Brandon, Manitoba Open
Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba Open
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Starting Soon
Claresholm, Alberta Open
Vernon, British Colombia Open
West Kootenay (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson), British Colombia Starting Soon

 

Apply for permanent residence through the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

NRIP is a program where a community can refer you for permanent residence to the Canada govt.

If you wish to apply:

Step 1 – You must meet the terms of IRCC.  And the terms of the community you are applying to.

Step 2 You must have a valid job offer from the community you are applying for.

Step 3 – A community will refer your profile for a Canada visa if you meet all the terms.

Step 4 – You can apply for permanent residence.

 

Take our free assessment to see if you can apply for a Canada visa through Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot.

 

How does a community select your profile Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot?

Communities in Canada are looking for skilled people who can live, work and add to their economy.

They will process your profile:

  1. If you can benefit the community with your skills and experience.
  2. If you have a valid job offer from a community.
  3. If you have the intent to live and grow the community.
  4. You meet all the terms of IRCC and community standards.

After checking your profile, the community will then refer your profile to the federal govt. Their reference will help you in getting a Canada visa.

At last, when your profile is processing you must ensure that you apply for a work permit. A work permit helps you to work in Canada.

 

Canada Immigration? Wondering where to start? How to deal with it?

No worries! things are quick, safe and easy when you hire an ICCRC licensed immigration consultancy.

“Always, check for an ICCRC license, if you want to save yourself from fraud”.

 

Now with Global Vision Immigration, you too can apply for a Canada visa.

We are an ICCRC licensed company with our headquarters in Brampton. Thus, we are real, safe, and reliable. And you can always verify our license from the Canada govt website for licensed immigration consultants.

 

In conclusion, don’t wait, let your Canada journey begin!… Contact us.

 

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