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Guide to Apply for Manitoba PNP | Requirements and all you need to know



How to Apply for Manitoba PNP in 2020?

If you meet the eligibility criteria published on the MPNP website, you'll submit an application for a consideration using the digital (web) application system, MPNP Online.
In your application you want to provide personal, education, language (English or French), work-related information and documents also as a Settlement Plan.

The MPNP will assess your application supported how well the documents you provide demonstrate that you simply meet program criteria, and your ability and intention to successfully establish in Manitoba as an economic immigrant and settle within the province as a permanent resident.

If the MPNP nominates you, you want to then submit a separate application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for your permanent resident visa. CIC, which has the only authority for Canada visas, will review your file and complete health, security and criminal background checks.

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All applicants to the MPNP who are applying as Skilled Workers Overseas must demonstrate a longtime connection to Manitoba either through the support of relations or friends, through previous education or work experience within the province or through a call for participation to use received directly from the MPNP as a part of a Strategic Recruitment Initiative. you'll find more information about the various sorts of eligible connections below.

> Ready to provide documents proving they reside and are established in Manitoba and are living within the province continuously for a minimum of one year (ex: copy of Manitoba Health Card)

> a Canadian citizen or permanent resident (ex: copy of Permanent Resident Card)

> ready to demonstrate sufficiently close ties to the applicant and to Manitoba

> ready to demonstrate that any applications they previously supported resulted in successful, permanent economic establishment in Manitoba

> ready to support the applicant’s Settlement Plan

Close relatives may support the appliance of quite one trained worker at a time provided they satisfactorily demonstrate their ability to try to to so.

For friends and distant relatives, their household must not be currently supporting the settlement of another MPNP applicant, nominee or person under another Canadian immigration program.

Finally, for your supporter the MPNP won't accept a Settlement Plan Part 2 signed by:

  • a paid immigration representative
  • anyone who isn't a demonstrated relative or friend of the applicant or the applicant’s spouse
  • a Canadian official or their staff

Familial relationships

To be considered an in depth relative, a Manitoba Sponsor must be associated with the applicant (or the applicant’s spouse) in one among the subsequent ways:
> sister or brother

> niece or nephew (ex: child of your sister or brother)

> aunt or uncle (ex: brother or sister of your mother or father)

> cousin (ex: child of your aunt or uncle)

> mother or father

> grandmother or grandfather

Can children support parents?

No. Children living in Manitoba cannot work or be supported through a Manitoba candidate for his or her parents’ MPNP application. Instead, visit IRCC > Sponsor your parents and grandparents.


Can Canadians or Permanent Residents support an application for his or her spouse?

If you're married to a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident, you're not eligible to use the MPNP, but you'll qualify under IRCCs Spousal Sponsorship category. Please visit IRCC > Spouse and customary Law Application.

Available Options and ways to Apply for Provincial nominee program Manitoba

1 - Business, finance and administration occupations

2 - Natural and applied sciences and related occupations

3 - Health occupations

4 - Occupations in science , education, government service and religion

5 - Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

6 - Sales and repair occupations

7 - Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations

8 - Occupations unique to primary industry

9 - Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities