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Study, work and be nominated for Canadian residency
As illustrated in our related article on how a Skilled Worker Overseas may be eligible for nomination as a permanent residency by Manitoba , an applicant must have a strong connection to Manitoba, and obtain a score at least 60 points based on five factors in order to be eligible.
Strong connection primarily refers to international students enrolled in specified academic programs in Canada as well as those who are currently on a temporary work visa.
An intending applicant overseas in the age range of 21 to 45 would get 10 points; then 18 points for getting a CLB Level 7 (IELTS equivalent of 6.0 in all language components); 15 points for work experience of 4 years minimum; 20 points for a bachelor’s degree or a potential total of 63 points.
An applicant with a one-year post-secondary or trade certificate gets 14 points. The potential total get only 57 points.
This second applicant may improve his or her total by getting higher scores in the language proficiency test, or with a close relative in Manitoba gets an additional 20 points, increasing the total points to 77.
Applicants who do not have the skilled work experience may explore the Student to Resident pathway. Manitoba offers two categories:
There are three pathways:
Note: Graduates in another province of Canada are not be eligible under this stream but may be eligible under the renewed Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream.
Participating and accredited institution in Manitoba
Red River College (RRC) is the established, biggest and distinguished accredited educational institution in Manitoba.
RRC - Manitoba’s largest institute of applied learning and research - has more than 200 full- and part-time degree, diploma and certificate options. Through hands-on learning opportunities and state-of-the-art instruction, RRC prepare students to become leaders in their fields — while also ensuring they can meet changing industry demands, and contribute to the province’s economic growth.
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Authors & Contributors
Crispin R. Aranda is an established International Visa Conselor and Immigrant Advocate. He is the president of IVC and is in several migration radio programs.
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