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immigrating to a different province

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My husband and I have been selected by Alberta through the Provincial Nominee Program.  Recently, we have decided that we are interested in settling in Manitoba.  How soon can I move to Manitoba, and what steps would I need to take?

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    There is no mandatory official “staying-time” for any PNP. However, individuals who never intended or no longer intend to reside in the nominating province may be denied permanent resident status at the Port of Entry and may have a report written against them.

    Should you move out of the nominee province, you must be able to prove that you have made efforts in good faith to settle in the nominee province before moving to a different province. Otherwise, you may face some consequences including your sponsor being prohibited from sponsoring other relatives or friends to the province in the future.

    alicia - Aug 07, 2011 | Reply

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