Sudbury's RNIP Draws Update: Held Six Back-To-Back Draws in One Day
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Sudbury’s RNIP Draws Update: Held Six Back-To-Back Draws in One Day

Austin Campbell




In a bid to enhance its community and economic system, the City of Greater Sudbury recently concluded six Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot – RNIP draws. These draws, held on February 1, 2024, marked a pivotal moment in Sudbury’s efforts to attract skilled immigrants to its vibrant community.

Sudbury RNIP Draws Highlights – 1 February, 202

Here’s a comprehensive breakdown of the RNIP draws conducted by Sudbury:

February 1, 2024 DrawsConventional Stream Applicants; CRS ScoreLimited Stream Applicants; CRS ScoreFrancophone Stream Applicants; CRS Score
Draw 143; 2900; N/A3; 145
Draw 243; 2652; 2650; N/A
Draw 342; 2505; 2500; N/A
Draw 442; 2401; 2400; N/A
Draw 530; 2302; 2300; N/A
Draw 629; 2206; 2200; N/A

Sudbury’s RNIP Process

Sudbury’s RNIP operates on a points-based system, where candidates are ranked based on various criteria. The highest-ranking candidates are then invited to apply for community recommendation, paving the way for their immigration journey to Sudbury.

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Step-by-Step Guide to Applying for Sudbury’s RNIP Program

Are you considering applying for Sudbury’s Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) Program? Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you navigate through the application process seamlessly.

  • Step 1: Federal Eligibility Check: Ensure you meet the eligibility requirements set by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Visit the IRCC website for detailed information on federal eligibility criteria.
  • Step 2: Community Requirements Assessment: Check if you meet Sudbury’s community-specific requirements, including the Assessment Factor Point minimum cut-off. Access the Candidate Assessment Form via the RNIP portal for further details.
  • Step 3: Secure Employment in Sudbury: Find full-time permanent employment within Sudbury’s RNIP boundaries in one of the eligible occupations. Note that placement agencies and long-haul truck drivers are not eligible. Ensure your employer fills out the necessary forms, including the RNIP Offer of Employment Form IMM 5984E.
  • Step 4: Application Submission: Submit your application through the RNIP Survey Monkey Apply Portal. Make sure you have all required documentation, including language test results, educational credentials, work experience letters, job offer letter, proof of residence, and other relevant documents.
  • Step 5: Application Review by RNIP Coordinator: Your application will be reviewed by the RNIP Coordinator. Selected candidates may undergo an interview at this stage.
  • Step 6: Application Review by Community Selection Committee: Successful applications will be further reviewed by the Community Selection Committee.
  • Step 7: Meeting Requirements: If you meet the RNIP requirements, you’ll receive a recommendation letter from the Community Selection Committee. If not, you’ll be informed accordingly.
  • Step 8: Apply for Permanent Residency: Using the community recommendation letter, apply for Permanent Residency and Work Permit (if applicable) directly to IRCC.
  • Step 9: IRCC Review: IRCC will conduct a thorough review, including medical, financial, and criminal record checks.
  • Step 10: Relocate to Sudbury: Once you’ve applied for Permanent Residency and received your RNIP-specific work permit, make arrangements to move to Sudbury within the program’s geographic boundaries
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What is the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot?

The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a community-driven initiative aimed at addressing labor market needs and fostering economic development in participating regions. It empowers communities like Sudbury to attract and integrate skilled immigrants, thereby contributing to their growth and vitality.

Sudbury’s commitment to the RNIP underscores its dedication to harnessing immigration as a tool for community enhancement and economic prosperity. With each draw, Sudbury opens its doors wider to individuals seeking new opportunities and a vibrant community to call home.

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