The General Stream of the Manitoba Provincial nominee Program is points-based. Individuals who are not able to meet the requirements of the Priority Assessment Stream of the MPNP, can be eligible for the General Stream. Applicants are awarded with points based on different factors, such as age, education, work experience, language proficiency and adaptability. One is required to score at least 55 points for the factors in order to be nominated by the MPNP. Applicants have to demonstrate one of the following in order to be nominated by the MPNP under the General Stream:
- Proof of a close family member in Manitoba;
- Two written documents from distant relatives or close friends in Manitoba;
- Evidence regarding that the applicant has finished a non-language training (education) program in the province of Manitoba; or
- Proof of minimum 6 months of full-time work experience in Manitoba.
Basically, the General stream is meant for skilled workers who can convince the provincial program about their intention to establish themselves in Manitoba. Besides, the applicants must also undergo point-based assessment. Have a look at the below and find out who could be got selected for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program’s nomination under the General Stream:
- Applicants are eligible if they can be assessed with the sufficient points.
- Applicants are considered if they have required training, work experience and language proficiency, useful for the long-term employment in the province of Manitoba.
- If the applicants have convinced the Provincial Nominee Program about their intention and ability to settle permanently in Manitoba.
For more information about the General Stream of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, contact an Immigration and Visa Consultant!