Do you want to immigrate to Canada and live in the province of Manitoba? The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) may be just what you are looking for! This program allows the province of Manitoba to nominate individuals for Canadian permanent residence. If you meet the eligibility requirements, you may receive a nomination from the MPNP, which will speed up the process of obtaining permanent residency. In this guide, we will discuss the eligibility requirements for the Manitoba PNP, as well as how to apply.
The Manitoba PNP is a great option for those who want to immigrate to Canada and live in Manitoba. There are many benefits to living in Manitoba, including the following:
- Manitoba is a beautiful province with many natural scenic attractions.
- The cost of living in Manitoba is quite affordable compared to other parts of Canada.
- Manitoba offers excellent educational opportunities, with several universities and colleges located within the province.
- Manitoba has a strong economy and plenty of job opportunities available.
If you are interested in immigrating to Canada and making Manitoba your new home, then the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program may be right for you! Be sure to read on for more information about this program and how to apply.
Eligibility Requirements for the Manitoba PNP
To be eligible for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, you must meet the following requirements:
- You must score at least 60 points on the MPNP self-assessment grid.
- You must have given an English language proficiency test.
- You must have the support of a friend or family member who has lived in Manitoba for at least a year as a PR holder or citizen OR
- A valid job offer from a Manitoba employer in an occupation that is on the In-Demand Occupations List is required.
- Or, you must have completed post-secondary education, training, or work experience totalling at least one year.
These are just some of the general eligibility requirements for the Manitoba PNP. For more information about specific requirements, be sure to check out the MPNP website.
How to Apply for the Manitoba PNP
You can begin the application process if you meet the eligibility requirements for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.
The first step is to create an account and profile on the MPNP Online Portal. After you have created your account, you can log in and access your profile at any time. You will need to provide information about yourself, including your contact information, education, work experience, and language proficiency.
Once you have completed your profile, you will be given a score based on the information provided. If you score 60 points or higher, you will be eligible to apply for the program.
When you've been given a Letter of Advice to apply, you must submit the documents and then Manitoba will recommend you for nomination. Following this, you'll be invited to apply for permanent residence through the federal government.It is important to note that the application process for the Manitoba PNP can vary depending on your specific circumstances. Be sure to check out the MPNP website for more information about how to apply.
Streams and Pathways under Manitoba PNP
Depending on your specific circumstances, the Manitoba PNP has several streams and pathways that you may be eligible for.
Skilled Worker Overseas Stream
The Skilled Worker Overseas Stream includes Canada Express Entry Pathway and a direct provincial pathway. To be eligible for this stream, you must score at least 60 points on the MPNP self-assessment grid.
Manitoba Express Entry Pathway
This pathway is for those who are already in the federal Express Entry pool. To be eligible for this pathway, you must have a valid Express Entry profile and meet the other eligibility requirements of the program like:
- A candidate must demonstrate their capacity and desire to become economically established and reside in Manitoba. This can be done by providing proof of recent approval from a close friend or family member who resides in Manitoba.
- If a candidate's claimed job falls into NOC Skill Level 0 or A, the candidate must have valid language test scores that demonstrate competence equivalent to the Canadian Language Benchmark level 7 and the minimum language proficiency requirement for skill Level B is a language test scores showing comparable to the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 6 or higher.
- This stream is for people who have finished a one-year post-secondary program or longer.
- Candidates must have worked for at least 6 months in one of Manitoba's In-Demand Occupations.
- The candidate must have at least 60 out of 100 points on the Manitoba Points Assessment Grid.
Express Entry Process
- The Manitoba Express Entry Pathway is based on the Expression of Interest (EOI) system. Candidates who fulfill the minimal stream criteria can create a profile on MPNP Online's portal.
- Candidates will be assigned a score and ranked against one another according to the MPNP Ranking System once they have completed their Credentialing Profile.
- During one of the MPNP Draws, the top ranking candidates will be sent a Letter of Advice to Apply (LOAA).
- After receiving an LOAA, a candidate has 60 days to fill out the entire MPNP application.
- The application is to be submitted online through the MPNP Online account of the applicant, along with all the documents.
- If the application is accepted, Manitoba will provide the applicant a provincial nomination for permanent residence.
Human Capital Pathway
This is for skilled workers who do not have a valid job offer from a Manitoba employer. To be eligible for this program:
- Candidate needs Full-time employment for a minimum of six months to apply for EOI and earn assessment points.
- Must possess work experience in an occupation on the In-Demand Occupations list.
- Must have completed a post-secondary education that has lasted at least one year (Canadian equivalent)
- Must show that you have the capacity and desire to thrive financially in Manitoba.
- Must have the confirmed support of the relative already staying in Manitoba.
- The minimum official language competence is dependent on your NOC level. The minimum CLB for regulated occupation is 7, for compulsory trades is 6, and for all other NOC 0, A, or B occupation is 5.
Manitoba Business Investor Stream
The Manitoba Business Investor Stream is for experienced business investors interested in starting or buying a business in Manitoba. Candidates are initially given a one-year temporary work permit. They must have the intention and capacity to start a business in Manitoba within two years of arriving.
Farm Investor Pathway
This is for those who are interested in starting or buying a farm in Manitoba. To be eligible for this pathway, You must have at least three years of farm ownership and operation experience, as well as a verified financial statement and net worth of $500,000 CAD.
This is for those who are interested in starting or buying a business in Manitoba. To be eligible for this stream, you must have a net worth of at least $500,000 CAD and invest at least $250,000 in businesses based in the Manitoba Capital Region. If a business is located outside of the Manitoba Capital Region, the minimum investment is $150,000.
International Education Stream
The International Education Stream (IES) is a Manitoba-based organization that caters to international graduates from colleges and universities in the province. Candidates no longer need to work in their area for six months under IES before applying for an MPNP nomination.
Career Employment Pathway
This expedites the nomination of international graduates in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines who have completed internships to contribute to innovation. Previously, overseas graduates with job offers in an In-Demand Occupation were required to work for six months before applying, but now it is not required. You must have graduated from a Manitoba-recognized post-secondary institution in the previous three years. You must show six months of liquid funds equivalent to the Low Income Cut-Off for independent financial resources.
Graduate Internship Pathway
This seeks to fast-track masters and doctorate degree holders for expedited nomination through internships contributing to industry innovation in Manitoba. If you've completed a master or doctoral program in Manitoba and had an eligible Mitacs Elevate or Accelerate internship with industry and research companies in Manitoba, you are not required to have a job offer at the time of application.In order to qualify, you must show that you have enough liquid assets to cover the Low Income Cut-Off requirements for independent financial resources for a six-month time period.
International Student Entrepreneur Pathways
International graduates from Manitoba institutions who wish to start a business in the province are eligible for the International Student Entrepreneur Pathways. As part of your MPNP application, you must submit a business plan. For at least 6 months before nomination, you must operate the company as a senior manager from its Manitoba location on daily with a Business equity ownership of at least 51%. Complete a minimum of two years of full-time post-secondary education in Manitoba. (distance learning or compressed academic programs are not eligible). Studies and/or work/business experience outside of Canada will be considered advantageous, but they are not a requirement.
Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream
The Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream (SWM) was created with the specific challenges of Manitoba businesses in mind. SWM identifies foreign-trained employees who possess the required talents and suggests them for Canadian permanent residency. Candidates with a strong connection to Manitoba, as well as two pathways to immigration
to Manitoba, are prioritized.
Manitoba Work Experience Pathway
You must show the capacity and desire to reside in Manitoba.
Manitoba graduates who have worked for a minimum of 6 months in Manitoba.
Or International Students: Out-of-province graduates in occupations in demand who have worked a minimum of 12 months in Manitoba
Or Temporary Foreign Workers who do not have an occupation in demand but have worked for a minimum of 12 months in Manitoba with an LMIA-supported or LMIA-exempt work permit
Or International Students Manitoba Graduates in occupations not on Manitobaâ€™s in-demand occupation who have worked a minimum of 12 months in Manitoba will be eligible.
The minimal official language proficiency requirement for each NOC is determined by the level of English required for your occupation: Minimum CLB/NCLC 7 for Regulated Occupations, Minimum CLB/NCLC 6 for Compulsory Trades, and Minimum CLB/NCLC 5 for all other NOC 0, A, or B occupations. For semi-skilled positions (NOC C or D), it's a minimum level 4.
Employer Direct Recruitment Pathway
This is an alternative way for Canadian employers to look for skilled workers from overseas. It's a recruiting pathway designed specifically for applicants from outside the country with job offers from authorized Manitoba firms.
At least two years of experience in the last five years in a relevant field, or any additional expertise identified by the employer.
OR Relevant experience as determined by the employer if less than two years is required.
You must have a long-term, full-time employment offer that meets Manitoba's occupational employment and wage requirements.
You must show that you are able and willing to live in Manitoba.
The official language proficiency requirement is determined by your NOC score, which ranges from 7 to 6 in order of decreasing importance. For Regulated Occupations, the minimum CLB/NCLC 7; for Compulsory Trades, 6; and for all other NOC 0 occupations, 5 are required. The employer promises to provide or make workplace language training for semi-skilled jobs (NOC C or D) with a rating of 4 or below.
Many individuals have benefited from the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program and started new lives in Canada as a result of it. Check out the MPNP website for more information on specific criteria and how to apply.
Manitoba PNP Draws
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program holds draws in order to select candidates for nomination. These draws are based on eligibility criteria set by the province, and not all applicants will be selected.
If you are not selected in a draw, do not despair! You may still have a chance to be nominated if you are invited to submit a new application under a different stream of the MPNP. It is also important to note that the number of candidates selected in each draw can vary. To see if you have been selected in a recent draw, be sure to check out the MPNP website.
Latest Manitoba PNP Draw
On July 28, 2022, Manitoba held the most recent draw of MPNP. The province of Manitoba has issued 299 Letters of Advice to Apply (LOAA) to apply for provincial nomination in the latest draw of Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP).
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program is a great way to immigrate to Manitoba and start a new life in Canada. If you are interested in applying for the program, be sure to contact ISA Global today! We are a team of experienced immigration consultants who can help you assess your eligibility for the program and put together a strong application.
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