Province Nomination Program – Manitoba
Manitoba is located between the provinces of Ontario and Saskatchewan. Thus, it has been termed as the gateway to western Canada. Manitoba boasts its rich natural resources that drive the nation’s economic wealth. Manitoba is also an agricultural province that promotes a stable labour market and a peaceful tight-knit community. This province is very suitable for a lot of skilled prospective immigrants.
The Provincial Nominee Program would allow rightful applicants to retain their services towards the province or acquire permanent residence to continue working in their chosen field. In this program, there are four main immigration streams. These are the Manitoba Invitation Stream, Manitoba Support Stream, Manitoba Experience Stream, Manitoba Employment Stream
Manitoba Invitation Stream
As what the name implies, this stream is open for individuals which are targeted by MPNP officials and then invited to apply for permanent residence. For instance, Provincial officials usually make regular trips abroad to search for prospective immigrants under this stream. In this category, there are requirements to be met for the applicant.
Applicants must be between 21 and 45 years of age. In addition, the applicant should also demonstrate a strong connection to a province other than Manitoba. Applicants must hold at least a one-year, post-secondary certificate or training diploma, degree or certificate. Moreover, the applicant must have at least two years of work experience for the past five years. Adaptability and Employability must also be demonstrated to the willing applicant. A settlement plan must also be provided during the application. A score of at least 5 must be attained in taking the General Training IELTS test. Applicants invited for this category must conduct an exploratory visit around Manitoba.
Manitoba Support Stream
This stream was designed for skilled workers who are not currently employed in Manitoba but possess a personal connection to Manitoba. Prospect applicants must score at least 60 out of 100 points on the MPNP selection grid. This grid tests the language proficiency education and the adaptability of the applicant.
On the other hand, the Manitoba Supporter must also provide documents and must met the criteria such as being a close or distant relative, or a close friend. The supporter must provide documentation showing they currently reside and are established in Manitoba, and have been living in the province for at least one year. Also, the supporter must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident that is able to support the applicant’s Settlement Plan
Manitoba Experience Stream
This stream is created for individuals who have current or past experience in Manitoba as either temporary foreign workers or international students. Principal applicants must score at least 60 out of 100 points on the MPNP selection grid. Applicants must also be either a full-time skilled work experience in Manitoba for at least six months within the past ten years or have completed a post-secondary program (excluding language studies) in Manitoba
Manitoba Employment Stream
This stream is for individuals who have long-term, full-time job offers in Manitoba. The job offers must be made after at least six months of continuous full-time employment as temporary workers, or after completion of a post-secondary program in the province. For temporary foreign workers, they should possess all necessary qualifications to perform the job in Manitoba. Moreover, the applicant must be able to have high language proficiency in English and French. Lastly, the applicant must be able to provide a Settlement Plan in which they demonstrate the intention to live, work, and become established in Manitoba including proofs for settlement funds.
For international students from other provinces, they are eligible under this stream only if they have been working for their Manitoba employer for at least one year. The applicants must have attended an authorized education or training program at a public, or registered private vocational, post-secondary institution in Manitoba for at least a year. Once again, they should also provide a settlement plan to be established in Manitoba. Lastly, they must demonstrate sufficient English or French language skills to perform the job in Manitoba.Graduates who settle in Manitoba are to avail a 60 per cent tuition rebate
Immigration to Morden, Manitoba
An initiative for Immigration to Manitoba is the Morden Community Driven Immigration Initiative. Morden is a rural town located southwest of Winnipeg. This town is actively looking for prospect immigrants for available occupations. Immigration to Morden is regulated through the Manitoba Provincial Nomination Program
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