Canada has announced a relaxation of the work experience requirements and a new temporary work permit measure under the Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP).
The work experience change means the one year (or 1,560 hours) of experience required in the previous three years no longer has to be continuous.
Candidates can now qualify for permanent residence through the community-driven program even if there were breaks in their employment.
The change is applicable to all applications received under the pilot, which gradually opened in 11 Canadian communities throughout 2020.
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