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Old Jan 9th 2013, 8:04 am
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The following events may happen to nominated applicants depending on the circumstances:

4. Nominated person may seek temporary work permit.

If you have obtained a job offer from a Manitoba employer after you were nominated by MPNP, the MPNP may issue a support letter for a work permit application. This will allow you to apply for a temporary work permit at the applicable visa office. Note: The employer must be registered with Manitoba’s Employment Standards Branch before you ask the MPNP for a supporting letter.
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Thanks, so looks like visitor status for 6 months until we get our PR.

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Old Jan 9th 2013, 8:21 am
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Originally Posted by chiefmissile
Thanks, so looks like visitor status for 6 months until we get our PR.

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You could always go the LMO route
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Old Jan 9th 2013, 8:29 am
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Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian
You could always go the LMO route
OH is a teacher, so there is no chance that she is going to get offered a teaching job over a canadian, lots of sub teaching jobs but they are not permanent. We have enough funds to last us 3 or 4 years if the worst came to the worst, but have lots of family already there for more than 20 years. Looking at UK citizens going down the PNP route their PR is taking between 4-10 months at the most so no big deal if we have to just visit for 3 or 4 months in anticipation of PR.

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Old Jan 9th 2013, 11:29 am
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Originally Posted by chiefmissile
OH is a teacher, so there is no chance that she is going to get offered a teaching job over a canadian, lots of sub teaching jobs but they are not permanent. We have enough funds to last us 3 or 4 years if the worst came to the worst, but have lots of family already there for more than 20 years. Looking at UK citizens going down the PNP route their PR is taking between 4-10 months at the most so no big deal if we have to just visit for 3 or 4 months in anticipation of PR.

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Be prepared, you are going to be waiting a lot longer than 6 months for the issuance of your COPR.
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Old Jan 9th 2013, 7:39 pm
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Be prepared, you are going to be waiting a lot longer than 6 months for the issuance of your COPR.
Hi,

Yes we know that, we are planning on going to Canada in July/Aug so that will be 8 months after our application was received at Sydney, not many UK PNP applicants are still waiting for COPR after 12 months, so if we are lucky and the time line remains the same we may only need 4 months visitor time and not the full 6 months. We are going to send all our stuff to canada and put it in storage, we will send it to my parents as theirs, then no issue with it being allowed in.......I think. Thanks for your reply.

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