Sudbury Issues 6 Invites In First Draw Through Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot

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Sudbury Issues 6 Invites In First Draw Through Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot
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Sudbury, Ontario has issued six invitations in its first draw through the Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP).

The April 23 draw saw candidates require a minimum score of 280 points.

It is the first city included under the RNIP to conduct a draw. Each participating city has the freedom to choose how candidates are selected.

In Sudbury, candidates are ranked in a pool using a points-based system similar to the federal Express Entry system.


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Also similar to Express Entry, Sudbury used a tie-breaking rule for its first draw, with a cut-off date of April 15, 2020 at 4.28pm.

If more than one candidate has the lowest score, the cut-off is based on the date and time they submitted their application.

Sudbury RNIP Draws

Date Invitations Issued Score of lowest-ranked candidate Tie-breaking rule
23-Apr-20 6 280 23-Apr-20, 4.28pm

 

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