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Nationwide Immigration » Canada » Manitoba PNP Program Processing Time 2020

Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program 2018

What Is Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program 2020 (MPNP)?

Manitoba PNP Processing Time & Requirements 2020

How to apply for Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program?

Manitoba Provincial nominee program is the fastest and easiest program for the applicants who have a connection in Manitoba. These connections are validated through their relatives or friends in Manitoba. If you also have one and wish to apply for a Manitoba PNP, simply go through these steps –

  • Expression of interest – Create an online profile and through that submit an expression of  interest to Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). This expression of interest is an online profile where you submit your details regarding age, education, work experience etc. After answering all the questions your profile will be in a pool of all eligible candidates with their ranking scores.
  • Invitation to Apply – Highest Ranking candidates in the pool with a connection in Manitoba will be invited to submit an MPNP preliminary application.
  • Nomination – After a positive review of the application, successful candidates will be nominated by Manitoba to apply for a Canadian Permanent Visa for them and their families.

To increase your chances of succeeding as a skilled worker overseas, you need to have an authentic connection in the province through a relative or a friend. Your connection with Manitoba is approved only under the following relations:

  • Brother
  • Sister
  • Mother
  • Father
  • Grandmother
  • Grandfather
  • Niece or Niece
  • Uncle or Aunt
  • Close friend
  • First cousin
  • Other relative

Determine your  Eligibility  to Apply for MPNP program

To be eligible for Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program applicants must score 60 points out of 100 to create an expression of interest profile. There are many factors along with a relative or a friend in Manitoba which make your profile eligible or ineligible. You can determine your chances to apply for MPNP simply by calculating your scores.

Manitoba Points Calculator

The applicants are evaluated based on an MPNP Assessment Point System. You receive points under the following categories:

  • Language Proficiency
  • Age
  • Work experience
  • Education
  • Adaptability

Bonus points – You get a maximum of 5 points if you live outside of Winnipeg.

Language Proficiency – You get a maximum of 20 points in Language assessment.

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY POINTS
First language (English or French)
CLB 8 or higher/ native speaker 20
CLB7 18
CLB6 16
CLB5 14
CLB4 12
CLB3 or lower 0
Second language ( English or French)
CLB 5 or higher 5

Age – You get a maximum of 10 points for your age.

AGE POINTS
18 4
19 6
20 8
21-45 10
46 8
47 6
48 4
49 2
50 or older 0

Work Experience – You get a maximum of 15 points for your work experience.

WORK EXPERIENCE (IN PAST FIVE YEARS) POINTS
Less than one year 0
One year 8
Two years 10
Three years 12
Four years or more 15

Education – You get a maximum of 25 points for your education.

EDUCATION POINTS
Master’s or Doctorate 25
Two post secondary programs of at least two years each 23
One post secondary program of two years or longer 20
One one year post-secondary program 14
Trade certification 14
No post secondary education 0

Adaptability – You get a maximum of 20 points for adaptability factors.

ADAPTABILITY POINTS
Close relative in Manitoba 20
Invitation to Apply received from MPNP as part of recruitment mission or exploratory visit 20
Previous work experience in Manitoba (at least six months) 12
Completed post secondary program of two years or more in Manitoba 12
Completed post secondary program of at least one year in Manitoba 10
Friend or distant relative living in Manitoba 10

Bonus points – You get a maximum of 5 points if you live outside of Winnipeg.

Bonus: intention to reside outside Winnipeg 5
Total 100

Manitoba PNP Expression Of Interest

If you score a minimum of  60 points under eligibility criteria and you create an expression of interest profile, then you will be assessed in the MPNP comprehensive ranking system.

In the MPNP comprehensive ranking system there are a maximum of 1000 points. You are awarded with the points on the basis of your information related to age, education, language scores, work experience and adaptability. A regular round of invitations for the Manitoba PNP draw is conducted and applicants who achieve the highest score in the draw are awarded provincial nomination to apply for Canada PR visa.

In Manitoba PNP Comprehensive ranking system there is negative marking if you have studied or have worked in a different province.

Language Proficiency – You get a maximum crs score of 125 points in Language assessment.

Age – You get a maximum crs score of 75 points for your age.

Work Experience – You get a maximum crs score of 175 points for your work experience.

Education – You get a maximum of 125 points for your education.

Adaptability – You get a maximum of 500 points for adaptability factors.

Manitoba PNP CRS points Calculator for Skilled worker

Factor 1: Language Proficiency

ASSESSMENT FACTOR RANKING POINTS
First Official Language
CLB 8 or higher 25 per band
CLB 7 22 per band
CLB 6 20 per band
CLB 5 17 per band
CLB 4 12 per band
CLB 3 or lower 0
Second Official Language
CLB 5 or higher (overall) 25
Maximum Points Factor 1 125

Factor 2: Age

ASSESSMENT FACTOR RANKING POINTS
18 20
19 30
20 40
21-45 75
46 40
47 30
48 20
49 10
50 or older 0
Maximum Points Factor 2 75

Factor 3: Work Experience

ASSESSMENT FACTOR RANKING POINTS
Less than 1 year 0
1 year 40
2 years 50
3 years 60
4 years or more 75
Fully recognised by provincial licensing body 100
Maximum Points Factor 3 175

Factor 4: Education

ASSESSMENT FACTOR RANKING POINTS
Master’s degree or Doctorate 125
Two post secondary programs of at least 2 years each 115
One post secondary program of at least 3 years or more 110
One post secondary program of 2 years 100
One year post secondary program 70
No formal post secondary education 0
Maximum Points Factor 4 125

Factor 5: Adaptability

ASSESSMENT FACTOR RANKING POINTS
Connection
Close relative in Manitoba 200
Previous work experience in Manitoba (6 months or more) 100
Completed post secondary program in Manitoba (2 years or more) 100
Completed post secondary program in Manitoba (1 year) 50
Close friend or distant relative in Manitoba 50
Manitoba Demand
Ongoing employment in Manitoba for 6 or more months with long-term job offer from the same employer 500
Invitation to apply under a Strategic Initiative 500
Regional Development
Immigration destination in Manitoba is outside of Winnipeg 50
Maximum Points Factor 5 500

Factor 6: Risk Assessment

ASSESSMENT FACTOR RANKING POINTS
Close relative in another province and no close relative in MB 0
Work experience in another province -100
Studies in another province -100
Previous immigration application to another province 0
Maximum Points Factor 6 -200
Maximum Overall Points 1000

Documents required for Manitoba PNP?

Apart from the criteria as mentioned earlier, the MPNP also demands several documents to validate the applicant’s immigration application. Timely and proper submission of authentic documents plays a big part in securing a visa to Manitoba. Following are the documents that you need to submit to immigrate to Manitoba successfully:

  • Academic qualification certificates
  • Identity Proof supported by government
  • Certificates pertaining to dependent offspring
  • Genuine passport and other travel documents
  • IELTS Language fluency evidence
  • Valid work experience evidence
  • Evidence of fund-settlement in Manitoba
  • Police, Health, and Character certificates

Now that you are aware of every detail of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, why not complete our application form for immigrating to Canada and step on the first step of the ladder to your success?

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