2 Easy Ways to Immigrate to Manitoba, Canada
The Canadian Province Manitoba has stated on their official website that they want more immigrants. They say the province is growing through immigration and in the last 10 years almost 130,000 people from all over the world have made Manitoba their new home.
The interesting thing is that Manitoba has used an image of a Sikh family as their official image on their site asking for more immigrants. They are interested in more immigrants to Punjabi because of the family oriented, honest and hard work ethic of Punjabis.
How can you or your relative come to Canada?
There are 2 ways you can immigrate to Manitoba: One if through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP); and the other one is called Employer’s direct.
The online application system makes it easy for anyone around the world to apply. Learn More from their official website: We Want Immigrants in Manitoba
1 ) First Way
Employer Program : Employer Direct serves Manitoba
2) Second Way
Immigration through the MPNP (Nominee Program): This program is your best chance: Learn More: MPNP Program
3rd Way: Have a relative Sponsor you
Here is an official statement from the government of Manitoba
“Manitoba is growing through immigration. Over the last 10 years, almost 130,000 people from all over the world have made Manitoba, Canada, their new home. This thriving province in the centre of Canada is a great place to live and work because of its numerous job opportunities, affordable cost of living, good quality of life, welcoming communities, natural beauty including many lakes and rivers and much more.
Learn more about the province, its employment opportunities, the many services available to support your new life in Manitoba and how you can make Manitoba your new home by applying to the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program or through other immigration options.
Employers can also find out about services and supports available to help them recruit and retain skilled immigrant workers that meet their hiring needs.
A host of resources and information for Manitoba stakeholders in neighborhoods, municipalities, the service sector and more are also available.
Be part of Manitoba’s immigration success story.”