Immigrate to Altona/Rhineland, The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)
Altona/Rhineland is located in southern Manitoba, our region has a long history of welcoming newcomers and integrating both immigrants and refugees into the social fabric of the community.
Altona/Rhineland is participating in an immigration pilot that creates a path to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who want to live in our community. The pilot is designed to support economic development within our community and strengthen our local business’s capacity to develop and retain a skilled workforce.
Career Search & Job Positions
If you are a Foreign National interested in the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot click here to see a list of current employment opportunities in Altona/Rhineland.
Please note: If you do not find a job posting that meets your work experience and/or education, we encourage you to create a candidate profile which offers the option to set up career alert(s) automatically notifying you by email of job opportunities matching your criteria, as they become available.
A complete resume is required when applying for a position. The key components of a complete resume consist of:
Your name and contact information
Full education history
Full work history
Skills and Activities are optional
Three references (preferably work related)
Please click here to open a sample template that may be used to create your own resume.
Community Specific Criteria
In addition to the Government of Canada’s Eligibility Criteria, SEED has created Community Specific Criteria to ensure we are focusing on our community’s greatest economic opportunities and best chances for candidate retention. Click here to view SEED's Community Specific Criteria.
Click here to view the processes for employers to participate in the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot and for candidates to apply to the Altona/Rhineland community.
After You Arrive
Regional Connections provides settlement services, job search supports, English classes, and community connection activities that will help you and your family start your new life in Canada. For more information, go to: www.regionalconnections.ca.
To learn more about our great community click here to view Manitoba Central Tourism's video.
You may choose to use a representative to act on your behalf or to assist you with finding a qualifying job offer, completing your RNIP application for recommendation or completing your Permanent Resident application. Be aware that there are two types of representatives: paid and unpaid. Only some people can charge you a fee or receive any other type of payment. These people are called “authorized” representatives. They are:
lawyers and paralegals who are members in good standing of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society
notaries who are members in good standing of the Chambre des notaires du Québec and
citizenship or immigration consultants who are members in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council
We won’t deal with representatives who charge a fee but are not authorized. If you use an unauthorized representative, in Canada or abroad, we may return your application or refuse it.
However, you must understand that using a representative does not change how your application will be reviewed or whether it will be approved or rejected. All applications are handled the same regardless of whether a representative is used or not.
Immigration representatives cannot guarantee:
Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot approval
Permanent Residency Approval
Bringing your extended family members to Canada, expedite review of your application
A faster review of your application to the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot or for Permanent Residency