Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

An undiscovered opportunity for permanent residency awaits you in rural Canada

The Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot creates the opportunity to work in some of the most beautiful areas of Canada, and become a permanent resident while you do it.

  • Certified Immigration
  • Consultants
  • Years
  • of Experience
  • 1000s of
  • Satisfied Clients
  • 24/7 Support
  • and Guidance

What is the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot?

A community driven immigration program designed to address labour market gaps in smaller cities and towns throughout Canada. Employers in participating communities can post job opportunities for foreign immigrants on local job boards or their community website. After securing a job through the Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP), the community in which you are working will motivate your request for permanent residency in Canada.

You will need to meet both the IRCC eligibility requirements as well as the community specific eligibility requirements, find a job in one of the participating communities, request a recommendation from the community in which you want to live and work and then once the community has recommended you, you can start the process

Did you know?

Each community has their own webpage, on which you can find job openings from prospective employers in those communities.
There are too many opportunities to list on the city of Brandon, Manitoba webpage page so they leave finding a job offer up to you!
At least 2,750 candidates and their families will be granted permanent residency through the RNIP every year.
Thunder Bay, one of the participating communities, is the 6th most culturally diverse city in the whole of North America.

Why use Fleming Immigration?

Detailed eligibility evaluation and CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score.

Professional personalized guidance & assistance every step of the way.

Documents preparation, verification & submission by our RCICs.

We will liaise with the Canadian Authorities on your behalf.

How the process works


Determine whether you are eligible for the RNIP.


Verify documents and make sure it’s up to Canadian standards.


We guide you through the entire process, step by step.


We notify you of your success so you can make preparations for Canada.
Our team

Meet Our Team

Our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) know what it takes to guide you through the immigration process until you safely arrive in Canada.

David Allon

RCIC #R513335
With a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (MPA), a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Government, and a Diploma in European Studies, David Allon is a comprehensive and fully qualified RCIC and Fleming Immigration’s CEO with a passion for migration and international policies.

Jaehyun (Jimmy) Park

RCIC #R510391
Jimmy first came to Canada as a student, immigrating via the BC PNP(Skilled Worker Program). With an Immigration Diploma from Aston College, Vancouver, a Master’s Degree in English Education from Kyonggi University in Suwon Korea, a Bachelor’s Degree of English Literature from Korea National University of Transportation in Chunqiu Korea and his personal experience and extensive knowledge of the immigration process, Mr Park is passionate about assisting immigrants in achieving their dream of immigrating to Canada.

Giovanni Mariella

RCIC #R705710
With a Master's Degree in Law, Master's in Business Administration and Administrative Law, and a Diploma in European policies, Giovanni Mariella has 20 years of international experience in supporting private firms and public entities even in topics as immigration and public policies for the local development. Today Giovanni is a qualified RCIC serving the Canadian dream with an innate passion for helping the people.

Alireza Motahari

RCIC #R533723
Alireza Motahari is a hugely experienced RCIC who has been instrumental in helping dozens of hopeful immigrants follow their dreams in Canada. Alireza is a certified professional and is highly knowledgeable about the Canadian immigration process through his role as an RCIC and as someone who immigrated to Canada himself in 2012. As an RCIC, Alireza is highly experienced and passionate about getting more people the chance to live the life of their dreams in Canada. His advice and guidance can ensure you get the start you’re looking for.


Yes, smaller cities and large towns are classified as rural, and have a lot of opportunities as young people and immigrants tend to move to major cities.
Yes, in some cases even better than large cities.
Yes, you will be the principal candidate and can include your partners and children.
For the purposes of this immigration program, the participating communities themselves advertise available positions in the towns and cities.
As long as you have at least one year of work experience, inside or outside Canada, and a valid permanent job offer in a participating community, you can start the process to become a permanent resident immediately.