Rural and Northern Immigration Program

Rural and Northern Immigration Program

The pilot allows various specialists to immigrate to certain cities in Canada.

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is an immigration pilot program for skilled foreign workers who want to live and work in rural and remote communities across Canada's provinces and territories.

Community means a city, town or area in Canada.

The pilot allows towns to invite immigrants who are most in demand in the local labour market. The applicant must find a job in a participating community (list below) and apply for immigration. If approved, the community will issue a recommendation. The principle of operation of the pilot is similar to the Atlantic Immigration Program.

For those who graduated from a college or university in one of the communities, immigration is easier.


There are 11 Canadian communities participating in the Rural and Northern Pilot:

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