April 22, 2016

Mr. Shannon Pelayo, a Registered Nurse, was recently granted a PR Visa via Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)

Registered Nurses are currently not a priority under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.   But Mr. Shannon Pelayo, a Registered Nurse, was recently granted a permanent resident visa under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.

MPNP as Registered Nurse
Mr. Shannon Pelayo with Mr. Apol Apuntar, CIC Consultant
We submitted his MPNP Application a couple of years ago.  At that time, there is no restriction yet for nurses for Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.  It took a while before he got the nomination from Manitoba, but it took only less than 6 months for his PR Visa to be processed.

Had he not decided to file his application 2 years ago and decided to file only now, he will be waiting indefinitely.

It's all about timing.  It's all about making a decision in a timely manner. It's about making a commitment to your decision.

If you are a Registered Nurse and with at least 1 years experience, there many immigration pathways available for you.  If you are serious about your plan to immigrate to Canada, the first thing you need to do is to get ready.

Interested? Talk to us.


Information posted here at www.gatewaytocanada.com is not a legal advise.  Information about Canadian Visa Application is available for free at http://cic.gc.ca. If you want to hire a representative for your Canada Visa Application, please be informed that only Registered Immigration Consultants and Lawyers who are member and with good standing with Canadian Law Society, can represent you for a fee.