The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a community Linked program. Introduced to benefit economic immigration to smaller communities by making a gateway to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who want to work and live in one of the Participating communities.

Below are the Qualifying Criteria needed to apply under this Program:

Find a job

As an Applicant, you must have a genuine job offer to work in 1 of the participating communities.

Each community will have their own requirements and job search process.

Once you have a job offer, and meet all the Job requirement Criteria, you can apply for a community recommendation.

Skill level

Your job offer must be at the same skill level, 1 level above or 1 level below the NOC that Matches your work experience.

Exception: If your Work experience fall under NOC SKill Level D, then the job you’re being offered must be in the same occupation.

For example:

  • NOC 0 job offer: work experience in NOC 0 or A
  • NOC A job offer: work experience in NOC 0, A or B
  • NOC B job offer: work experience in NOC A, B or C
  • NOC C job offer: work experience in NOC B or C
  • NOC D job offer: work experience in NOC D

Community websites

The pilot will launch in participating communities at different times.

If a website is listed as “coming soon,” that means pilot hasn’t launched in that community.

CommunityCommunity website
North Bay, ONComing soon
Sudbury, ONComing soon
Timmins, ONComing soon
Sault Ste. Marie, ONwww.welcometossm.com
Thunder Bay, ONwww.gotothunderbay.com
Brandon, MBwww.economicdevelopmentbrandon.com
Altona/Rhineland, MBwww.seedrgpa.com
Moose Jaw, SKComing soon
Claresholm, ABComing soon
Vernon, BCComing soon
West Kootenay (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson), BCComing soon

For more details you can reach to info@trackmigration.com or Call us on +971-48845669/569259292.

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