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Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program or the MPNP is one of the leading Provincial Nominee Programs(PNPs) of the Canadian Government. This immigration program enables the province of Manitoba to nominate eligible individuals and families for immigration to Canada after evaluating their profile based on certain eligibility criteria being set by the province.

Manitoba Immigration

Since its first launch in 1998, approximately 130,000 immigrants have arrived in Canada through the MPNP only within the first two decades of the launch of the program. In its current scenario, the Manitoba Immigration Authorities are doing plausible efforts to welcome more qualified immigrants in the coming years.

The MPNP however underwent an important overhaul in the year 2019, a process that remain continued for 2020. Changes include introduction of some new immigration pathways and streams, which includes incorporation of a dedicated immigration stream for Express Entry candidates that have concrete plans to settle in Manitoba for an extended period of time.

Some other new features included in the MPNP includes a pathway designed specifically for providing faster application approval for international applicants that have completed their graduation from an academic institute based in Manitoba, and also another new stream designed to attract business immigrants.

Majority of these new immigration pathways to Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)will be kept under the existing International Skilled Worker Stream, which will operate in the same manner until some new changes are added in this immigration category. The current criteria for the MPNP being followed under this stream, which is divided into two sub-streams, that are the Skilled Worker Overseas and Skilled Workers in Manitoba categories, would remain active for filing the Expression of Interest (EOI) and also for the receiving new applications from the province.

There are total four streams under the updates Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), which further includes within them some more immigration pathways.

  1. Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

The MPNP designed for Skilled Workers is a locally driven immigration stream and is based on the needs and requirements of the Manitoba employers. The provincial government of Manitoba selects experienced as well as internationally trained workers who possess the required skilled that are in-demand within the local labour market of Manitoba, and then nominate them for the permanent resident visa, thus allowing them to live and work in Manitoba.

The MPNP which specifically targets skilled individuals through its Skilled Worker Overseas Stream (SWO) gives priority and nominates candidates who successfully demonstrate a prior connection with the province via:

  • the support of family members and friends;
  • through prior work experience or education in the province; or
  • through an invitation to apply (ITA) bring received directly from the MPNP as part of their Strategic Recruitment Initiative.

Step-by-Step process to apply for the Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

Immigration to Manitoba through the MPNP stream designed to target and bring Skilled Workers to Manitoba is a complete three-step process, described as follows:

Step 1: Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI)

Step 2: The highest-scoring eligible applicants with a prior connection to Manitoba will be invited to submit an application towards the MPNP

Step 3: Following a complete and in-depth assessment, the MPNP nominated qualified candidates, which would then be required to submit a separate application towards the Government of Canada to apply for the permanent resident visa for you (primary/main applicant) and your family (dependents)

The Skilled Worker Overseas Stream (SWO)comprises of Canada Express Entry Immigration Pathway and the other direct provincial pathway.

The SWO is aimed towards inviting international skilled workers in Manitoba that have relevant skills and training in the in-demand occupations of Manitoba. However, along with this, priority would be given to those applicants and their dependents that have close family connections in the province, eligible language proficiency and previous training and work experience needed to find an employment quickly after arriving in the province.

Manitoba immigration authorities are continuously inviting candidates to apply under their Skilled Worker Overseas Stream, however there are certain new pathways that are being introduced within this immigration category.

(a) Manitoba Express Entry Pathway

Introduced first in January 2018, the Manitoba Express Entry Pathway is a pathway for applicants who meet the required Express Entry criteria and have an active Express Entry Profile to get selected as a permanent residence of Canada. Applicants are required to have relevant skills, training and prior experience under one of the occupations included in the Manitoba’s in-demand occupations listand also a strong family connection with the province.

Successful applicants who receive this nomination are being awarded with an additional 600 points towards the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), which in turn guarantees for a candidate to receive an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residency of Canada and also ensures fast-track processing.

Manitoba Express Entry Eligibility Requirements

Express Entry

 

Demonstrate proof towards getting accepted in the Express Entry Pool by submitting a valid Express Entry ID along with a Job Seeker Validation Code.

 

Work ExperienceAt least 6 years of work experience under an occupation included in the In-Demand Occupation List. You would also be required to submit a complete Career Plan.

 

Official Language Proficiency

 

The minimum requirement towards the official language proficiency would depend on your evaluated NOC.

 

For instance:

 

Minimum CLB/NCC level 7 for occupations in NOC 0 or A.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 6 for occupation in NOC B

 

Education

 

You should have completed one post-secondary academic program of minimum one year (while also checking Canadian Equivalency).

 

In case the position requires certification or licensure, you should apply towards the regulatory body to get your qualifications and skills evaluated and/or would be asked to pass an examination.

 

Age

 

You should be at least 18 years of age at the time of application submission

 

Adaptability

 

You should demonstrate the intent and ability to become economically established and live in Manitoba; AND

 

Have the confirmed support from a close relative or friend who has been living in Manitoba for a minimum period of one year; OR

 

Hold a valid ITA issued from the MPNP.

 

Settlement Funds

 

Demonstrate liquid funds that should be equivalent to Low Income Cut-Off (LICO)requirements towards independent financial resources over a six-month period.

 

 

 

 

(b) Manitoba Human Capital Pathway

The Human Capital Pathway (HCS) has been designed for those international skilled workers that have relevant skills, training and experience in one of the occupations included in Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupations List.

Applicants should also demonstrate their potential to find employment immediately after arriving in Manitoba.

Manitoba Human Capital Pathway Eligibility Requirements

Work Experience

 

The employment experience that has been declared for the purpose of filing the EOI and calculating the assessment points should be full-time and/or for a minimum period of 6 months.

 

There are no minimum points criteria but only zero points will be awarded for a work experience which is of less than one year.

 

Your work experience should be listed in the Manitoba In-Demand Occupation List.

 

You would also be required to submit a complete Career Plan.

 

Official Language Proficiency

 

The minimum proficiency in an official language would be dependent on your evaluated NOC.

 

Minimum CLB/NCLC 7 required for Regulated Occupations.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 6 required for Compulsory Trades.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 5 required for all other NOC 0, A or B occupations.

 

Points will beawarded for second official language proficiency on achieving a band score of minimum CLB/NCLC level 5.

 

Education

 

You should have completed one post-secondary academic program of minimum one year (while also checking Canadian Equivalency).

 

In case the position requires certification or licensure, you should apply towards the regulatory body to get your qualifications and skills evaluated and/or would be asked to pass an examination.

 

Adaptability

 

You should demonstrate the intent and ability to become economically established and live in Manitoba; AND

 

Have the confirmed support from a close relative or friend who has been living in Manitoba for a minimum period of one year; OR

 

Have a previous post-secondary educational credentials completed from an institute in Manitoba in the last five years; OR

 

Previous work experiencewith an employer based in Manitoba in the last five years; OR

 

Have a valid ITA that is being issued by the MPNP.

 

You can also be awarded Adaptability Points in case your spouse or your common-law partner is able to show a minimum of bachelor degree and proficiency in an official language of minimum CLB/NCLC level 5.

 

AgeYour age should be at-least18 years of age at the time of application submission;

 

Although there is no maximum age but zero points will be awarded to the candidate if they are above 45 years of age.

 

Settlement Funds

 

Demonstrate liquid funds that are equivalent to Low Income Cut-Off (LICO) requirements towards independent financial resources over a six-month period.

 

 

  1. Skilled Workers in Manitoba Stream

The MPNP designed for Skilled Workers is a locally driven immigration stream and is based on the needs and requirements of the Manitoba employers. The provincial government of Manitoba selects experienced as well as internationally trained workers who possess the required skilled that are in-demand within the local labour market of Manitoba, and then nominate them for the permanent resident visa, thus allowing them to live and work in Manitoba.

The MPNP stream designed specifically for Skilled Workers in Manitoba sponsors candidates who possess a strong connection with the province via some ongoing employment and by having sufficient skills, training and education, work experience and proficiency in an official language to make an immediate as well as long term contribution towards the economy of Manitoba and also at Manitoba’s community at large.

The Ongoing Manitoba employment is an important way designed for skilled workers to prove that they have a connection to Manitoba which is necessary to become eligible to apply towards the MPNP specifically for Skilled Workers in Manitoba.

Step-by-Step process to apply for the Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

Immigration to Canada through the MPNP stream for Skilled Workers in Manitoba could be understood as a three-step process:

Step 1: Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI)

Step 2: The highest-scoring eligible applicants with a prior connection to Manitoba will be invited to submit an application towards the MPNP

Step 3: Following a complete and in-depth assessment, the MPNP nominated qualified candidates, which would then be required to submit a separate application towards the Government of Canada to apply for the permanent resident visa for you (primary/main applicant) and your family (dependents)

The two pathways to Manitoba immigration are described as follows:

(a) ManitobaWork Experience Pathway

The Manitoba Work Experience Pathway has been specifically designed for those temporary foreign workers and international graduates that are staying in Manitoba who intend to live in Manitoba on a permanent resident visa.

Manitoba Work Experience PathwayEligibility Requirements

Work Experience in Manitoba or any existing employment in Manitoba

 

Temporary Foreign Workers or TFWs and International Students: Manitoba graduates that are working in occupations included on Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupation List; those that have worked for a minimum period of 6 months in the province of Manitoba; the job that you would be working in need not to be necessarily related with your field of study;

 

OR

 

International students: Graduates that have completed their degree from a province other than Manitoba, but have occupation included in Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupations List and have worked for at least 12 months period in Manitoba; where the job is not required to be related with your field of study;

 

OR

 

Temporary Foreign Workers (TFWs) that are working in occupations that are not included under the Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupations list who have workedfor a minimum period of 12 months in Manitoba either on a LMIA-supported or on LMIA exempt work permit;

 

OR

 

International Students: Individuals who have completed their graduation from Manitoba but are working in occupations that is not included in the Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupation List and who have worked for at least 12 months in Manitoba

 

Additional Employment Requirements

 

You must be living and/or employed in Manitoba during the time of application submission;

 

You should have a full-time and long-time job offer which are also required to meet employment and wage standards of the province for the particular occupation;

 

Your working conditions should be consistent with that of other permanent residents of Canada/citizens of Canada; and

 

Your positions should not be home-based or temporary or part-time or seasonal and also not commission-based.

 

Official Language ProficiencyThe minimum proficiency in an official language would be dependent on your evaluated NOC.

 

Minimum CLB/NCLC 7 required for Regulated Occupations.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 6 required for Compulsory Trades.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 5 required for all other NOC 0, A or B occupations.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 4 required for semi-skilled occupations (NOC C or D)

 

Points will be awarded for second official language proficiency on achieving a band score of minimum CLB/NCLC level 5.

 

Adaptability

 

You are required to demonstrate required ability and sufficient intent to live in Manitoba.

 

 

(b)Manitoba Employer Direct Recruitment Pathway

The stream has been particularly designed for those candidates that have a job offer from an approved and recognized employer in Manitoba.

Manitoba Employer Direct Recruitment Pathway Eligibility Requirements

Work Experience

 

You should have a minimum of 2 years of work experience in last 5 years of employment experience which should be consistent with the occupation for which you have been recruited; or any other relevant work experience that must be identified by the employer;

 

OR

 

Relevant work experience as being identified by the employer in case other than 2 years.

 

AdditionalEmployment or some other job offer requirements

 

You should have a full-time and long-time job offer which are also required to meet employment and wage standards of the province for the particular occupation;

 

The employer should have a registered commercial business that has been operating their business in the province of Manitoba for a minimum period of three years immediately after the application;

 

Your working conditions should be consistent with that of other permanent residents of Canada/citizens of Canada; and

 

Your positions should not be home-based or temporary or part-time or seasonal and also not commission-based.

 

Official Language Proficiency

 

The minimum proficiency in an official language would be dependent on your evaluated NOC.

 

Minimum CLB/NCLC 7 required for Regulated Occupations.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 6 required for Compulsory Trades.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 5 required for all other NOC 0, A or B occupations.

Minimum CLB/NCLC 4 required for semi-skilled occupations (NOC C or D)where the employer gives legitimate commitment of providing or facilitating the required workplace language training.

 

Adaptability

 

You are required to demonstrate required ability and sufficient intent to live in Manitoba.

 

EducationYou should have a post-secondary education and/or any training related to your occupation for which you are being recruited or you are being identified by the employer;

 

In case the position requires certification or licensure, you should apply towards the regulatory body to get your qualifications and skills evaluated and/or would be asked to pass an examination;

 

For Skill Level NOC C or D occupations, the MPNP has the completed right to select those individuals that do not have no post-secondary education, provided that they possess the necessary training for the job with respect to the employer requirements and also NOC description.

 

AgeApplicants should be aged between 21-45 years.

 

Eligibility of the employer for Strategic Recruitment Initiatives

 

Prospective employers should meet certain eligibility criteria.

 

  1. International Education Stream

The International Education Stream or the IES has been designed to target those international graduates that have completed their education from colleges and universities located across the province of Manitoba. Under this particular immigration stream, applicants are not required to work for a minimum period of six months in a particular occupation field in order to become eligible for MPNP nomination. The MPNP has a total of three pathways:

(a) Career Employment Pathway

The Career Employment Pathway of the International Education Stream issues nomination to those international graduates that have completed their studies in the field of science, engineering, technology and mathematics or any other STEM subjects, along with an internship that has contributed towards innovation.

International graduate applicants that already hold a job offer in one of the occupations enlisted in the In-Demand Occupation; which should be aligned with their educational qualification are not required to demonstrate a work experience of six months before becoming eligible and submitting their application towards MPNP.

Manitoba Career Employment Pathway Eligibility Requirements

Education

 

You must have completed your graduation in the last 3 years from a recognized post-secondary institution situated from the province of Manitoba (at least one year or two-semesters or a full-time study coursework)

 

Official Language Proficiency

 

Minimum score equivalent to CLB/NCLC 7
Current Employmentin Manitoba

 

You should have a full-time employment offer from a legitimate existing employer, that provide a minimum of one year of contract on Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupations List that should be consistent with your completed training.

 

Note:

 

The MPNP can impose occupation-specific limit.

In case you have completed the bridging program and are able to cleared the initial stage of certification that is being determined by a valid regulatory body, then it is not necessary for you to have a job offer during the time of application submission.

 

Settlement Funds

 

You would be required to show liquid funds that should be equivalent to Low Income Cut-Off requirements towards independent financial resources valid for a period of six-months.

 

OR

 

You should be employed in a long-term, full-time occupation in Manitoba.

Adaptability

 

You should be residing in Manitoba during the time of application submission.

 

You should show the valid intent to continue to live in Manitoba after receiving the nomination, which also includes the submission of a detailed Career Employment Plan which demonstrates all the opportunities required for a successful career track for the province of Manitoba.

 

 

(b)Graduate Internship Pathway

The Graduate Internship Pathway or the GIP specifically targets master graduates and doctorate degree holders to issue them nomination, after which it is mandatory for them to complete an internship program, thereby contributing towards industry innovationin Manitoba.

Graduates that have completed MitacsAccelerate or the other Elevate Internship are eligible to apply after completing their graduation. They are not required to show proof towards having a job offer.

Manitoba Graduate Internship Pathway Eligibility Requirement

Education

 

You should have completed a masters or a doctoral degree program in Manitoba in the last 3 years.

 

Official Language ProficiencyMinimum score equivalent to CLB/NCLC 7

 

Current Employment in ManitobaIf you have already completed a master degree or a doctoral program in Manitoba along with a completed MitacsElevate or Accelerate internship from recognized industry and research enterprises situated in Manitoba, then you are not required to show a job offer during the time of application submission.

 

Settlement FundsYou would be required to show liquid funds that should be equivalent to Low Income Cut-Off requirements towards independent financial resources valid for a period of six-months.

 

OR

 

You should be employed in a long-term, full-time occupation in Manitoba.

AdaptabilityYou should be living in Manitoba during the time of application submission.

 

You should demonstrate a valid intent to continue to live in Manitoba after being nominated, which also includes submission of a detailed Career Employment Plan which in turn should elaborate a successful career track in the province of Manitoba.

 

 

(c) Student Entrepreneur Pathway

The Manitoba Student Entrepreneur Pathway is designed for those international graduates that have completed their studies from Manitoba and who are willing to start their own business in Manitoba.

The applicant however would be mandated to meet all the terms and conditions of the Business Performance Agreement before getting nomination for the Permanent Residence of Canada.

Manitoba Student Entrepreneur Pathway Eligibility Requirement

Business Experience

 

You are required to submit a business plan along with your application towards MPNP.

 

It would be mandated for you to operate the business by being on the position of a senior manage on a continuous basis from your business location in Manitoba for a minimum period of 6 months before getting nomination while holding a valid temporary work visa and remaining consistent with the eligibility requirements mentioned in your Business Performance Agreement (BPA).

 

Your Business equity ownership should be at least 51%.

 

Official Language ProficiencyMinimum requirement of CLB/NCLS 7 (For this particular path only,the province of Manitoba accepts IELTS – Academic exam in addition to some other language proficiency tests).

 

EducationYou should have completed a full-time post-secondary program from an educational institute located in Manitoba that should be of a minimum of 2 years of duration. (However, distance learning or any compressed academic programs will not be eligible).

 

Studies and/or any work or business experience gained outside of Canada although will be considered as beneficial but will not be a necessary eligibility requirement.

 

AgeYour age should be between 21-35 years of age

 

AdaptabilityYou should:

 

·         Hold a valid open work permit or should have a post-graduation work permit (PGWP)during the time of application;

 

·         Have continuously lived in Manitoba since your graduation; and

 

·         Show interest to continue to live in Manitoba after receiving your nomination

 

Settlement Funds or Net WorthA deposit won’t be demanded.

 

Having a minimum net worth is a not a stringent eligibility criterion; however, your net worth or source of funds will be significantly taken into consideration for evaluating your potentialof your capability to successfully implement your business plan.

 

You should demonstrate that you have required liquid funds that should be equivalent to Low Income Cut-Off requirements that are necessary for independent financial resources for a period of six-months.

 

Verification of your personal net worthwill be done by a third-party supplier which in turn should be approved by the MPNP. A verification report attached with your application should be sent to the MPNP within a period of 120 days after receiving the letter of advice to apply.

 

Business Performance Agreement After your application will be approved, a Business Performance Agreement would be required to get signed before MPNP issuing a letter of support for applying towards the work permit.

 

 

  1. Business Investor Stream

The Business Investor Stream (BIS) enables the provincial government of Manitoba to recruit and sponsor skilledbusiness investors and entrepreneurs from across the world who are willing to establish or purchase a business in Manitoba.

Applicants are initially given a temporary work permit, and should have the intent and capability to start or purchase a business across Manitoba within a period of two years of their arrival in the province. Further, this particular stream no more requires to fulfill the previous requirement of depositing a sum of $100,000 to the Manitoba government.

The twoimmigration pathways under the Business Investor Stream (BIS) includes:

  • The Entrepreneur Pathwayis designed for applicants that are seeking to open their own business in Manitoba;
  • The Farm Investor Pathwayis designed for those applicants that are willing to start and also operate a far operation in the rural regions of Manitoba.

The updates version of BIS ensures that all business nominees should invest a genuine resource towards their businesses that would then create more jobs for citizens and permanent residents of Manitoba and thereby contribute towards the economic development of Manitoba.

(a)Entrepreneur Pathway

The new Entrepreneur Pathway has replaced the previously operated MPNP-B stream. It enables the Manitoba government to select and then nominate skilled business individuals from across the world who have the required willingness and ability to settle in Manitoba and start, purchase a business or become partners in an already established business in Manitoba.

Candidates are issued a temporary work permit for the initial 24 months of their arrival in Manitoba and would be required to demonstrate that they have appropriately met all the major conditions of the Business Performance Agreement. Preference would be given to those candidates that have plans to start their business outside Winnipeg.Moreover, candidates are not required to deposit a sum of $100,000 with the Manitoba Government.

Manitoba Entrepreneur Pathway Eligibility Requirements

Business ExperienceMinimum three years full-time professional or work experience in last five years either by acting as an active business owner or by working in a senior management role under a successful business.

 

Business owners are given more points as compared to that of senior manager.

 

Business owners should have a minimum of 33 1/3% ownership in their business to qualify for the required points.

 

Official Languages Proficiency

 

Minimum CLB or NCLC level 5
Education

 

Minimum equivalency with Canadian High School Certificate Program

 

Age

 

No minimum or maximum age requirement; however ranking points will be allocated to candidates in the age group of 25 to 49 years of age.

 

Business Investment

 

Minimum investment would be $250,000 for businesses located in Manitoba Capital Region.

 

Minimum investment would be $150,000 when business is situated outside the Manitoba Capital Region.

 

Business investment should be made towards an eligible business which is being defined by the MPNP.

 

The proposed business should create or maintain minimum one job for a Canadian Permanent Resident residing in Manitoba (However, this excludes business owners and/or close relatives of business owners)

 

Business Research Visit

 

A Business Plan is mandatory and is considered as an integral part of the application.

 

A business research visit enables the applicant to conduct extensive research of their future business proposal or investment. Please note that the business research should be conducted no more than one year before the submission of your EOI.

 

Adaptability

 

Points will be awarded to you if:

 

·         Your spouse has achieved CLB/NCLC 5 or higher than that;

 

·         You or your spouse have CLB or NCLC 5 or higher in the Second Official Language;

 

·         You or your common-law partner or spouse have a close relative who is currently residing in Manitoba for a period of more than one year;

 

·         Your child is enrolled in a recognized Manitoba educational institution and should be pursuing academic, vocational or professional training in a full-time course for a minimum of 6 months prior from the date of submission of Expression of Interest (EOI).

 

·         You or your spouse or common-law partner have completed a full-time study program for a minimum period of one-year in a post-secondary institution in Manitoba. You or your spouse or common-law partner can claim this eligibility requirement after you have already turned 17 years old and also have a valid study permit;

 

Or

 

·         You or your spouse or common-law partner have completed a minimum of six months of continuous full-time employment in Manitoba. In addition to this, a copy of the work permit and a letter of reference from the employer should be provided.

 

Net Worth

 

Minimum of $500,000

 

The verification of your personal net worth will be done by a third-party supplier which will be approved by the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP).

 

Along with it, a verification report and an application should be submitted towards the MPNP within a period of 120 days after receiving your LAA.

 

Business Performance Agreement

 

 

 

 

 

After your application will be approved, a Business Performance Agreement or BPA should be signed before the MPNP would issue you a letter of support required for applying for a work permit.

 

 

(b) Farm Investor Pathway

The renewed and updated Farm Investor Pathway (FIP) has replaced the previously operated Farm Strategic Recruitment Initiative. The immigration pathway is specifically designed for those candidates that have proven experience in managing a farm business, sufficient amount to invest and who are willing to start and operate a farm operation in the rural regions of Manitoba.

It is expected from the successful applicants selected through the FIP that they will establish a farm business in the rural areas of Manitoba and will produce those primary products that are consistent with Manitoba’s existing farm industry, therefore should be relevant for Manitoba’s farm industry.

However, those Agri-business operations that are not producing any primary products can also be qualified but will be considered within the Entrepreneur Pathway.

Farm Business Experience

 

At least three years of farm ownership and also operation experience that should be supported through verifiable documents.

 

Official Languages Proficiency

 

The Farm Investor Pathway (FIP)takes into consideration language capabilities in one of the two official languages as a crucial adaptability skill that will certainly increase your ability to become established economically in the rural regions of Manitoba.

 

Farm Business Investment

 

Minimum $300,000. You would be expected to establish a business in farming sector in the rural part of Manitoba.

 

Investments made under the farm business should be in the form of eligible tangible assets as elaborated by the MPNP.

 

A farm business plan would be submitted as an integral part of application.

 

Investments made towards the farm business that needs to be operated primarily for the objective of deriving passive investment income or for any other speculative purposes will not be considered as eligible.

 

Farm Business Research VisitYou should conduct a detailed Farm Business Research by visiting the province.

 

Farm Business ActivitiesThe farm business entity must demonstrate an operating and continuous business activities in the rural parts of Manitoba.

 

You would be required to live on an agricultural or farm land and actively participate in the farm management practices on a recurring basis within the province of Manitoba.

 

The farm business should be producing primary agricultural produce and should be economically viable.

 

The MPNP would ask you to run value-added farm business activities within Manitoba. Speculative activities or involvement of third-party farm managers will not be eligible to operate under the MPNP.

 

Economic Establishment AdaptabilityYou would be required to prove your adaptability, which would be specifically related to the practical agricultural skills, along with technical knowledge and necessary experience in a technological based farming practices which will be transferred directly to an existing primary farm production industry in Manitoba.

 

Net Worth

 

Minimum $500,000

 

The MPNP can request for conducting verification of your total worth and that of financial information, which would be done by a recognized third-party service provider, recognized by the MPNP.

 

If requested, the verification report attached with your application would be submitted to the MPNP within a period of 120 days of getting your Invitation to Apply(ITA).

 

 

 

Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program: In-Demand Occupation List

The MPNP In-Demand Occupation List is a crucial element of almost all immigration pathways that have been described above. The list helps in providing updated listing of occupations that are qualified as high in demand across the province of Manitoba. Many occupations included in the In-Demand Occupation List are limited to only some specific skilled occupation streams of the MPNP, and the applicants should meet the required criteria and eligibility requirements under one of these specific immigration pathways.

Applicants employed in an in-demand occupation would be given more priority during the release of Expression of Interest draws. In some cases, however, it is possible for candidates to become eligible for one of the immigration pathways, without having any prior experience under one of the listed occupations.

Also, the language score requirements for candidates would depend on the occupation chosen as the Canadian Language Benchmark or CLB threshold set with respect to each occupation.

Check if your desired occupation exists in the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program: In-Demand Occupation List

Manitoba inviting skilled workers

Manitoba is continuously making the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program more immigrant friendly. This includes launching various immigration pathways through which an applicant can become eligible to receive the permanent residence to Manitoba and therefore for Canada as the provincial government of Manitoba is attracting talented individuals from around the world.

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