Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)

Manitoba is known as the land of prosperity. It is an impeccably diversified province with beautiful sights like the Arctic Tundra, Hudson Bay Coastline, Dense Boreal Forest, lakes, prairie farmland, and many more. Its stable economy depends on natural resources, agriculture, tourism, electricity, oil, mining, and forestry. Apart from this, Manitoba also has –

– Great educational system

– Free medical care and health care system

– An unemployment rate of only 5.8 percent

– An eclectic collection of geographic landscapes, cities with enriched history.

Are you interested to be a permanent resident in Manitoba? Maybe Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) will be the right choice for you. So, what next? Let us explore Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP).

Manitoba Provincial Nomination Program is eligible for prospective immigrants with skills and expertise in certain sectors. It is an easy pathway for applicants who are willing to live in Manitoba permanently, as it enables applicants to bear their living expenses in the province.

Don’t hurry! Before applying to this program, go through the eligibility criteria and requirements.

  • Applicants must be either a qualified foreign worker on an international student graduate.
  • Required work permit, or Post-Graduation work permit.
  • Required license or certification for specific sectors.
  • Language skills.
  • Settlement plan or motto.
  • Enough funds for the settlement.
Founded in 1877, University of Manitoba is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the urban setting of the large city of Winnipeg (population range of 500,000-1,000,000 inhabitants), Manitoba.
Founded in 1871, The University of Winnipeg is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the urban setting of the large city of Winnipeg (population range of 500,000-1,000,000).
Founded in 1899, Brandon University is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the urban setting of the small city of Brandon (population range of 50,000-249,999 inhabitants), Manitoba.
Daniel Crump / Winnipeg Free Press. The Manitoba Legislature is lit up to celebrate Manitoba 150 on Saturday evening. December 14, 2019.

How to apply to this program-

  • Check whether you are eligible or not.
  • Personal assessment. For example- language skill, Education, Experience, age.
  • Expression of Interest (EOI).
  • Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA).
  • Application for Permanent Residence.
  • Confirmation of Permanent Residence (PR).
  • VISA processing.

The following streams are part of the MPNP process:

> The Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream is classified into two-stream

  • Manitoba Work Experience Pathway.
  • Employer Direct Recruitment Pathway.

> The Skilled Worker Overseas Stream is divided as follows-

  • Manitoba Express Entry Pathway.
  • Human Capital Pathway.

> Manitoba Business Investor Stream is also divided into two categories-

  • Manitoba Farm Investor Pathway.
  • Manitoba Entrepreneur Pathway.

> Modern Community Driven Immigration Initiative

> International Education Stream.

Skilled Worker:

This stream operates through an ‘Expression of Interest’ scheme. Applicants who are qualified for this stream are asked to complete a set of questions and a score is given based on the responses.

  • Skilled Worker in Manitoba

The evaluation of skilled workers is not point-based. The Professional Worker in Manitoba Stream consists of two paths as part of the MPNP renewal:

  • Manitoba Work Experience Pathway

This stream is open for prospective applicants who are working in Manitoba with temporary work permits, or international graduates of Canadian post-secondary institutions.

  • Employer Direct Recruitment Pathway

Applicants will be eligible for this program if they meet the required criteria. In general, the evaluation is conduct by the MPNP. After the evaluation process candidates will receive an invitation to apply for a provincial nomination.

Skilled Worker Overseas

This stream selects foreign applicants through the Manitoba Skilled Worker Overseas Stream which is also a points-based scheme. There are few factors that formulate the point table, like- age, language skill, job experience, and education.

  • Manitoba Express Entry Pathway

Applicants who are eligible for the MPNP stream and who meet Express Entry criteria welcome to this pathway. The requirement is that candidates have to demonstrate experience in an occupation.

  • Human Capital Pathway

This stream is for international skilled workers with experience in certain occupations required by the Manitoba authority.

  • Business Investor Stream

Candidates who are interested in business are applicable to this stream. This stream also follows an ‘Expression of Interest’ framework where prospective applicants have to submit their intention to apply for the program.

  • Farm Investor Pathway

This stream is part of the Business Investor Stream. People with farm business experience and enough

money are eligible to immigrate to set up and run a farm in the province.

  • Pathway Entrepreneur

This Pathway allows the province to hire highly skilled foreign business owners who can migrate to Manitoba and set up their own business.

  • International Education Stream

The new International Education Stream (IES) provides is an easier pathway for Manitoba graduates who meet certain industry requirements. This stream is classified into three pathways: the Career Jobs Pathway, the Pathway for Graduate Internship, and the Student Entrepreneur Pathway.

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