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Northern Rural Immigration Pilot Program

Shekhar Garg

Newbie
Jan 30, 2019
6
6
Hello Team,

I have received a offer letter through RNIP and secured a job as well. I am filling up the forms and have certain questions.
Would like to discuss the same with some one who has secured a job and applying through RNIP.

Request you to please message me and we can discuss further.


Shekhar
 

Mustafa83

Star Member
Oct 17, 2017
180
50
Azerbaijan
Category........
PNP
Visa Office......
Saskatchewan
NOC Code......
4211
Hello Team,

I have received a offer letter through RNIP and secured a job as well. I am filling up the forms and have certain questions.
Would like to discuss the same with some one who has secured a job and applying through RNIP.

Request you to please message me and we can discuss further.


Shekhar
Congrats. Can you please tell us which community you got the letter from and what is your NOC.
 

Kcosam

Newbie
Aug 30, 2019
3
1
Hello Team,

I have received a offer letter through RNIP and secured a job as well. I am filling up the forms and have certain questions.
Would like to discuss the same with some one who has secured a job and applying through RNIP.

Request you to please message me and we can discuss further.


Shekhar
Congratulations, are you an inland or outland applicant? Did you get the job opportunity through job fair?
 

M41614

Member
Nov 18, 2019
11
1
Hey guys
I am on PGWP and i want to know that how i can start the process in RNIP. Can anyone help me with the first step that wht we have to do.
Thanks in advance
 

hello2020

Full Member
Oct 8, 2019
24
3
Hi 2 all,

Needs help with passport expire dates.

I have current/old/valid passport with expired date on April 5, 2020 whose number indicated in my IELTS certificate and in Offer of Employment to a Foreign National - Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (IMM 5984) form.
Also now I am waiting for a new passport which will be ready at the end of December 2019 (it's allowed to carry 2 valid passports at the same time in my country).
And then after community will approve my application (I guess it will be Jan-Feb 2020) I have to fill IRCC forms at that time and send out papers to Sydney, NS.
So the question is that number of which passport I have to use in filling of Generic Application Form for Canada (IMM 0008) & Schedule 1 - Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (IMM 5911)?
1. If I will use current/old/valid passport number then most likely it will be expired at the time of processing. Can they stop review my PR application and refuse it for this reason?
OR
2. If I will put new passport number in that forms - what consequences will be because of the difference in that my IELTS, Offer IMM 5984 and Community recommendation IMM 0112 go with the old passport number?

Any advises are welcome!
 

Sweetgurl

Star Member
Jun 23, 2017
168
23
It's not an issue.
You can apply with your present passport and update when you get a new one.
As per IRCC standards you just have to inform them of any update .
So when you get your new passport you send ircc a message or you can update your profile.

Please can you assist me with the IMM 5984 form.been unable to download it
Hi 2 all,

Needs help with passport expire dates.

I have current/old/valid passport with expired date on April 5, 2020 whose number indicated in my IELTS certificate and in Offer of Employment to a Foreign National - Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (IMM 5984) form.
Also now I am waiting for a new passport which will be ready at the end of December 2019 (it's allowed to carry 2 valid passports at the same time in my country).
And then after community will approve my application (I guess it will be Jan-Feb 2020) I have to fill IRCC forms at that time and send out papers to Sydney, NS.
So the question is that number of which passport I have to use in filling of Generic Application Form for Canada (IMM 0008) & Schedule 1 - Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (IMM 5911)?
1. If I will use current/old/valid passport number then most likely it will be expired at the time of processing. Can they stop review my PR application and refuse it for this reason?
OR
2. If I will put new passport number in that forms - what consequences will be because of the difference in that my IELTS, Offer IMM 5984 and Community recommendation IMM 0112 go with the old passport number?

Any advises are welcome!
 
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Mustafa83

Star Member
Oct 17, 2017
180
50
Azerbaijan
Category........
PNP
Visa Office......
Saskatchewan
NOC Code......
4211
So Brandon has published their requirements/points. And apart from points awarded for language requirements, the remaining points are awarded for connection to the community in one way or another. Yet, there is no minimum pass mark requirement.

Some useful info:
Typically, Brandon will limit monthly community recommendations to approximately 10% of the annual recommendations allocated by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

As far as I know their limit is 250 applicants for 3 years, so 80-85 per year, which means only 8 recommendations per month.

And another interesting note to consider:
Please note that if a Foreign National regularly applies for jobs posted on the Brandon RNIP website for which they do not possess the mandatory skills, experience or education, all future job applications submitted through the Brandon RNIP website will be considered ineligible and will not be sent onto employers for consideration.

So pick wisely which jobs will you apply for.

More information available here:
http://www.economicdevelopmentbrandon.com/BrandonRNIP
 
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Sweetgurl

Star Member
Jun 23, 2017
168
23
Hi please where is the points calculator for Brandon as I can't see it on the website.
Also can't see where they mentioned connection to Brandon.

Please advise.
So Brandon has published their requirements/points. And apart from points awarded for language requirements, the remaining points are awarded for connection to the community in one way or another. Yet, there is no minimum pass mark requirement.

Some useful info:
Typically, Brandon will limit monthly community recommendations to approximately 10% of the annual recommendations allocated by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

As far as I know their limit is 250 applicants for 3 years, so 80-85 per year, which means only 8 recommendations per month.

And another interesting note to consider:
Please note that if a Foreign National regularly applies for jobs posted on the Brandon RNIP website for which they do not possess the mandatory skills, experience or education, all future job applications submitted through the Brandon RNIP website will be considered ineligible and will not be sent onto employers for consideration.

So pick wisely which jobs will you apply for.

More information available here:
http://www.economicdevelopmentbrandon.com/BrandonRNIP
 

Sweetgurl

Star Member
Jun 23, 2017
168
23
Hi please where is the points calculator for Brandon as I can't see it on the website.
Also can't see where they mentioned connection to Brandon.

Please advise.
So Brandon has published their requirements/points. And apart from points awarded for language requirements, the remaining points are awarded for connection to the community in one way or another. Yet, there is no minimum pass mark requirement.

Some useful info:
Typically, Brandon will limit monthly community recommendations to approximately 10% of the annual recommendations allocated by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

As far as I know their limit is 250 applicants for 3 years, so 80-85 per year, which means only 8 recommendations per month.

And another interesting note to consider:
Please note that if a Foreign National regularly applies for jobs posted on the Brandon RNIP website for which they do not possess the mandatory skills, experience or education, all future job applications submitted through the Brandon RNIP website will be considered ineligible and will not be sent onto employers for consideration.

So pick wisely which jobs will you apply for.

More information available here:
http://www.economicdevelopmentbrandon.com/BrandonRNIP
 

canuck78

VIP Member
Jun 18, 2017
27,869
6,035
That is EXACTLY what Canada wants. Read the Canadian Citizenship Act. You may be referring to something else, such as that provinces who sponsor applicants want those applicants to settle in their province/region. However, Canada very clearly stipulates that anyone who qualifies to become Citizen can apply to become one and can move anywhere he/she likes. There is nothing whatsoever that speaks against that, not even if someone obtained permanent residence through a regional pilot program or PNP. Or is it fine to nail you down in some town and force you to stay there till the day you die even if things just don't work out there for you?
Canada doesn’t want people to receive citizenship and then leave. Sure it is legal but doesn’t benefit Canada in anyway.
 

canuck78

VIP Member
Jun 18, 2017
27,869
6,035
Who told you that? Sorry but I smell nonsense. If that was remotely true then all the PNP programs would be closed by now because they would not work out. The majority of people who apply for PNP do not move out of the sponsoring province right away. In fact, Saskatchewan and other provinces nowadays follow up and contact those whom they sponsored several months and even a year later to obtain proof they are still residing in the province.

You are contradicting yourself now several times. In an earlier post you lauded the idea that the regional pilot gives preferential treatment to those whose ethnicity or religious background is already represented in the township/city because it would make integration easier and more likely. I vehemently opposed the idea and presented arguments to support my point. Now you basically look down upon people who want to live within alike communities? How about we place you in a community where your reglion is not represented, where nobody hailed from your ethnic background? I think its a fundamental personal freedom and right to want to live in a community of one's liking. Perhaps you gotta stop judging others' motivations and idea of their own pursuit for happiness so harshly and instead just focus on the facts.

The reason many of the PNP programs and regional pilots in provinces that are not the most popular among immigrants is because the programs are poorly structured. Preference should be given to those who express and can prove a strong desire to settle there regardless of ethnic or religious background. So, I cannot get enough points or my application is received poorly because my religious and ethnic background does not match with one of other already settled immigrants even if I can demonstrate and otherwise prove that I have a strong desire to settle there and am willing to invest in property and obtain employment? It is very easy to verify that intents are followed up with actions. Look at the BC PNP programs for entrepreneurs such as the BC Entrepreneur pilot. The province and applicant sign a performance agreement (here it can be an agreed action plan) which is reviewed a year later and if the applicant fulfills the agreement then he/she is granted PNP support for PR. When I express strong desire to settle in a township and bring valuable skills that are in demand there but basically have a very low chance because my ethnic background does not match with that of other already settled immigrants or their religious background or when someone is given preference for the fact alone that he/she has some distant relative or even just a friend then let me be very blunt with you, I will say to that township "stick it up your butthole, I am not buying into your BS program, I will then look elsewhere where my application is judged and assessed on factors that are 100% correlating with my own achievements, skills, work ethics, and other qualitative factors that are in my control. I don't want to settle in a township that disadvantages my application because I pray in the other wind direction or was born with the wrong skin color. I can easily "buy" a friend in a town and score some extra points, but I don't do it because I am proud of my ethical and moral values. The problem is that it is easy to "cheat" additional points because the assessment metric was so poorly chosen.

I tell you what, and this might be controversial, but IMHO one large reason why many of those programs failed was that way too much preference has been given to people that hail from countries and societies where moral and ethical values are virtually non-existent. One should not be surprised to get disappointed by people who have a very low sense of ethnic and moral values.
Canada has freedom of mobility for PRs. Tons of people applying for PNP in the maritimes and prairies because it is easier with no intention of actually staying or working there. They land and then move right away to Ontario, BC,Alberta and even Quebec. Yes it is perfectly legal. If people following up PNP SK find out someone landed in SK and they say they moved there is nothing the province can legally do about it.
 

Radky

Newbie
Dec 15, 2019
8
0
I am also applying under RNIP but for one of employer the email address is showing not found for Saunt ste marie.The company name is Norpro