Manitoba, also known as the Land of 100,000 lakes plays a big role in the continent as a transportation and trade hub. Thousands of people across the world wish to immigrate to Canada through this province.
The province of Manitoba administers the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) with the aim of attracting skilled workers who will contribute to Manitoba’s economy and job market and in return get permanent residency in Manitoba.
Those who get nominated into the MPNP are eligible for accelerated processing of their permanent residency application submitted to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
However, it is important to note that the application process to this stream is complicated and will require the guidance of an experienced immigration professional so that you do not lose of due to incomplete application.
Applicants who are currently in Manitoba as temporary foreign workers, international student graduates can apply. Persons abroad who have been invited can also apply. You may or may not require a job offer and this depends on the category you apply through.
However, all applicants must have a settlement plan and pass the requirements set by the province of Manitoba.
Here are some very important questions you need to ask your immigration consultant before applying for your Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program visa:
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