Manitoba PNP

Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

Manitoba has one of Canada’s strongest and most diversified economies, with a low cost of living and plenty of opportunities for quality careers, for education or to start a business. Manitoba is known for the high quality of free public health care and school systems and has been welcoming immigrants for well over a century. Manitoba is a place where people of many cultures live together in harmony. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) seeks recent graduates, skilled workers, business people and their families with the intention and ability to successfully settle and economically establish in Manitoba as permanent residents. The province offers three pathways for eligible immigrants to settle in the province:


Eligibility Criteria: 

With the various pathways offered, each of them has unique requirements to be fulfilled in terms of eligibility criteria.

To apply under Skilled Workers Overseas, all applicants must demonstrate an established connection to Manitoba either through the support of family members or friends, through previous education or work experience in the province or through an invitation to apply received directly from the MPNP as part of a Strategic Recruitment Initiative.

As an International Education Stream applicant, the applicant must:


Application Process:

With different pathways offered, the application process for each pathway is unique catering to its individual requirements but there is a standard process flow that MPNP follows:


Assistance by Winny Immigration:

With a rich experience of about four decades, Winny Immigration would be able to ease your application process by assessing your profile as per Manitoba PNP criteria. Once assessed, Winny Immigration will assist you with relevant documentation to lodge your Expression of Interest(EOI).

In addition, we at Winny Immigration ensure that your document submission is done flawlessly as documentation plays a key role in representing your profile.

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