Manitoba

General introduction to MPNP

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) is Manitoba’s economic immigration program. MPNP welcomes skilled workers, businesspeople, graduates, and their families to settle and economically establish in Manitoba. The MPNP nominees can apply for permanent residence to the Government of Canada – IRCC.

Streams under MPNP

1. Skilled Worker Stream

The MPNP- Skilled Worker stream selects internationally trained and experienced workers whose skills are needed in the local labour market.

There are two sub-streams:

1.1 Skilled Workers in Manitoba 

1.2 Skilled Workers Overseas 

2. International Education Stream (IES)

The MPNP- International Education Stream is for Manitoba graduates who meet the needs of local labour market.

There are three sub-streams:

2.1 Career Employment Pathway

2.2 Graduate Internship Pathway 

2.3 International Student Entrepreneur Pilot 

3. Business Investor Stream (BIS)

The MPNP – Business Investor Stream is for qualified business investors and entrepreneurs from around the world who have the intent and ability to start or purchase businesses in Manitoba.

There are two sub-streams:

3.1 MPNP – Entrepreneur Pathway 

3.2 MPNP – Farm Investor Pathway
 

MPNP Expression of Interest (EOI)

For applicants under the Skilled Worker stream and the International Education Stream, they must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) first. After submitting the EOI, an applicant’s profile will be entered into a candidates’ pool and be valid for one year.

Applicants will receive EOI Ranking Points based on the answers they provide in the EOI. Candidates with highest scores will be invited to submit a full application to the MPNP on a regular basis.

EOI Ranking System

 

Factor 1: Language Proficiency

(based on individual CLB band for Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking)

Maximum Points: 125

First Official Language

Points

CLB 8 or higher

25 per band

CLB 7

22 per band

CLB 6

20 per band

CLB 5

17 per band

CLB 4

12 per band

CLB 3 or lower

0

Second Official Language

Points

CLB 5 or higher (overall)

25

Factor 2: Age

(based on the time of EOI submitted)

Maximum Points: 75

18

20

19

30

20

40

21 to 45

75

46

40

47

30

48

20

49

10

50 or older

0

Factor 3: Work Experience

(based on full years of full-time work experience)

Maximum Points 175

Less than one year

0

One year

40

Two years

50

Three years

60

Four years or more

75

Fully recognized by provincial licensing body

(You can claim 100 additional points for being fully recognized by provincial licensing body if you are working in a profession or trade that requires licensing in Manitoba and you have become licensed/certified to practice in Manitoba)

100

Factor 4: Education

(Points are based on the highest level of education you completed at a recognized education institution for which you have received a certificate, diploma, or degree)

Maximum Points:125

Master’s degree or Doctorate

125

Two post-secondary programs of at least two years each

115

One post-secondary program of three years or more

110

One post-secondary program of two years

100

One-year post-secondary program

70

Trade Certificate

70

No formal post-secondary education

0

Factor 5: Adaptability

Maximum Points: 500

Connection to Manitoba

 

Close relative in Manitoba

200

Previous authorized work experience in Manitoba (6 months or more)

100

Completed post-secondary program in Manitoba (2 years or more)

100

Completed post-secondary program in Manitoba (1 year)

50

Close friend or distant relative in Manitoba

50

Manitoba Demand

 

Ongoing employment in Manitoba for 6 months or more with long-term job offer from the same employer

500

Invitation to Apply under a Strategic Initiative

500

Regional Development

 

Immigration destination in Manitoba outside of Winnipeg

(Applicants must demonstrate that they have a convincing connection to a region outside of the capital city indicating a strong likelihood that they will make a long-term economic contribution to that region.)

50

Factor 6: Risk Assessment

(Points deductions are based on connections you or your spouse have to other parts of Canada through education and work experience)

Maximum Points: -200

Close relative in another province and no close relative in Manitoba

0

Work experience in another province

-100

Studies in another province

-100

Previous immigration application to another province

0

 

Application process

Step 1: Call Springwind Immigration Consulting Service Inc. at 1-647-748-0188 or 1-647-869-6678 and make an appointment with the professional consulting team.

Step 2: Initial Consultation session with RCIC, sign Retainer Agreement with us for program recommended.

Step 3: Collecting all relevant document for your application.

Step 4: Apply online and pay the fees.

Step 5: If you are nominated by the Saskatchewan government, now you can apply for permanent residence through IRCC.

If you have any questions about MPNP, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our professional team will provide you with excellent legal services. You can reach us by ways of:

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