Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP) is Fast and Easy Canadian Immigration Program.
The best part of RNIP is that you are eligible to work in Canada on 1 year. On a work permit while waiting for your permanent residency application to be reviewed.
Easy Requirements of Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP).
1) Extremely Low English Requirement.
English requirement is as low as CLB 4. Meaning that you do not need to be fluent in English in order to qualify to immigrate to Canada.
If you are able to read this blog and understand the video embedded in the beginning of this article. You should have no difficulty obtaining the required score on your English test.
2) Extremely Low Educational Requirements
Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP) has very simple education requirements. High School Graduate is eligible to immigrate to Canada under this program.
3) Almost No Skills Required
You can be a cleaner, construction helper or a laborer and still qualified under RNIP to apply for PR. This program is amazing for people who do not have special training or skills. Learn more about NOC D here.
4) Almost No Work Experience Required
5) Low Settlement Funds
Settlement Funds for Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is lower than Express Entry. It is a good deal if you do not have enough savings to qualify under Express Entry, see the chart bellow.
Specific requirements of Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP)
1) Intention to live in the community participating in this program
The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program is designed for the communities that have a shortage of labor. Immigration is simplified in order to help the communities prosper and grow by bringing in new immigrants to live there.
2) ECA (Educational Credential Assessment)
Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP) requires you to provide the document that would support your education. There are 5 organizations providing the ECA. This document can be obtained right now.
- Comparative Education Service – U of T School of Continuing Studies
- International Credential Assessment Service of Canada
- World Education Services
- International Qualifications Assessment Service
- International Credential Evaluation Service
3) Meet The Communities Specific Requirements
Every community has their own set of requirements that a potential immigrant has to meet in order to be recommended to immigrate.
4) Community Recommendation
The community has to provide a recommendation to support your application. It is done by meeting all the community specific requirements on the community websites.
5) Job Offer
In Order to qualify under Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP) a Full Time Non Seasonal Job Offer from one of the participating communities is required. You can obtain the job offer by applying to the companies located in one of the participating communities.
Here are some websites where you can apply for Jobs:
Looking forward to read your comments on this article, if you are searching for something even more simple than this program check out my article about AIPP.