The Manitoba PNP (Continued...)

The Manitoba PNP is the most victorious Provincial Nominee Program in Canada, and has one of the widest selections of sub-programs or “streams”. Other than Family Support and Employer Direct, further streams include the general stream, international students, tactical initiatives, and commerce.

Family members abroad are not entitled for the Family Support stream if they cannot get together all program requirements, for instance age range or the definition of “close relative”. In such cases, the general stream ought to be considered. The General stream is a points-based program which permits a close family member or two distant relatives/close friends to hold up applications from appropriate candidates. Applicants with as a minimum six months of work experience or end of an educational (excluding language) program in Manitoba are as well entitled to apply in this stream. Applicants are assessed in the following criteria and should score a minimum of 55 points: age, education/training, work knowledge, English/French language ability, and adaptability factors (family/friends in Manitoba, past education/work experience in Manitoba, and purpose in Manitoba).

International graduates of renowned post secondary programs (minimum 8 month duration) working for no less than 6 months on a post-graduation open work permit with an offer of full time, long term service from their Manitoba employer can apply in the International Student stream.


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