- 검증가능한 개인 최소 순자산 CDN$350,000
- 최소 3년의 성공적인 사업소유와 경영경험 혹은 사업체의 senior 매니저로서의 최소 3년 executive-레벨 경험 그리고
- 점수표에서 최소 60점 확보
지원자가 준비해야만 하는 상황
- MPNP-B 오피서와의 인터뷰 참석
- Manitoba에 적격한 사업투자 실행 그리고
- 지원자의 가족과 함께 Manitoba에 거주
지원자가 고려해야할 수도 있는 상황
- Manitoba주로의Exploratory Visit 시행. 지원자는 방문 리포트와 관련서류를 통해 해당방문기간 사업타당성조사가 이루어졌음을 입증. 그리고
- 언어구사능력을 입증하기 위한 language competency test 제시
- have an unresolved refugee claim in Canada;
- are in Canada illegally;
- are subject to a removal order in Canada;
- are prohibited from entering Canada;
- have an application pending with another Provincial Nominee Program in Canada; · had a prior MPNP-B application refused within the last 12 months; or · had a prior MPNP-B application refused for misrepresentation or false documentation within the last 24 months.
- if your intention is to establish a primary production farming operation.
지원자가 유의해야할 MPNP-B 승인 (nomination) 부적합 경우:
- do not meet the eligibility criteria as determined by the MPNP-B;
- have committed misrepresentation and/or fraud during the application process;
- have self-assessed an inaccurate number of points in the Expression of Interest (EOI) process;
- have been refused by another provincial or federal immigration program in Canada and the reasons of refusal are applicable to the MPNP-B;
- have close relatives and/or children residing in other province(s) of Canada;
- are unable to provide sufficient explanation with supporting documentation proving that the acquisition of their earned income and net worth were legally obtained; or
- are unable to demonstrate that they have the necessary resources and skills to operate their intended business. Applicants may also be ineligible for immigration to Canada, if:
- the applicant or any dependent family member (whether accompanying or not) has a serious medical condition;
- the applicant or any dependent family member (whether accompanying or not) over the age of 18 has a criminal record; or
- the applicant has unresolved custody or child support disputes affecting any member of the family.
Business Reserch Visit
If you are considering immigrating to Manitoba through the MPNP-B, you may choose to strengthen your knowledge of and connection to the province by making a Business Research Visit to investigate business and lifestyle opportunities.
The Business Research Visit is an optional initiative for an applicant, but is recommended and should be completed prior to submitting an EOI or applying to the MPNP-B. You are encouraged to conduct a Business Research Visit to Manitoba. The MPNP-B allots an additional 15 points under the “Enhanced Settlement Factors” section of the Adaptability Assessment Matrix for such Business Research Visits.
The Business Research Visit must be conducted no more than one year prior to submission of an EOI. You can also conduct an Business Research Visit after submission of the EOI and update your EOI with this information to enhance your point score.
You must visit Manitoba for a period of not less than five consecutive business days (excluding the days of arrival and departure), to conduct extensive business and lifestyle-related research. Although a Business Research Visit to Manitoba must be for a minimum of five (5) business days, longer visits are also recommended as they provide the applicant with a better opportunity to explore Manitoba.
A Business Research Visit provides you with time to research business opportunities available, as well as the lifestyle in Manitoba. It is expected that you will conduct research activities such as, but not limited to:
- Collecting necessary information to prepare his/her Statement of Business Intent, which may include identifying business, general start-up costs, as well as the costs of leasing or purchasing business space, purchasing tools and equipment, hiring skilled labour, analyzing the competition, targeted customers and suppliers.
- Researching information related to moving to and living in Manitoba such as schooling for children, the costs and availability of housing (rent or purchase), recreational activities, services available for newcomers and the general cost of living.
During a Business Research Visit, you must dedicate a significant portion of time to conducting business-related research and meeting with various stakeholders and business advisors. You are expected to provide details of your business and lifestyle research through a Business Research Visit Report which forms part of a Nomination Application.
You are not required to send a request to the MPNP-B or require any approval from the MPNP-B to conduct this visit. The MPNP-B will not issue a letter of support for a Business Research Visit to Manitoba. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the necessary travel documents (such as a Visitor’s Visa) required for travel to Manitoba, Canada. The MPNP-B does not provide letters of support for you to obtain a Visitor’s Visa and cannot intervene in cases in which a potential applicant is denied a Temporary Resident Visa.
The Business Settlement Office is hosting weekly information seminars on “Business Investment through Business Immigration“. This seminar is designed to serve the needs of potential foreign business investors who wish to explore the opportunity to immigrate and invest in Manitoba through the MPNP-B.
If you have conducted a Business Research Visit to Manitoba, you are required to submit a report of this visit with the Nomination Application. There is no prescribed format for this report; however, you must describe all the activities you have undertaken during this visit. This report must cover the entire period of stay in Canada starting from the first day of entry to the day of leaving Canada and also including time spent in other provinces, if any. You should include pictures, airline tickets, boarding passes, hotel receipts, business cards and all other relevant details to describe the activities undertaken during the visit. Please do not attach brochures, flyers, maps or information booklets collected during the Business Research Visit with this report.
단계1. 온라인시스템을 통한Expression of Interest (EOI) 제출
Expression of Interest 페이지 참조
단계2. MPNP-B로부터 Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA) 수령시 Nomination Application 제출
MPNP-B로의 접수 요청을 받으면 완전한 Nomination Application, supporting documents, 진행비용 CDN $2,500 을 가지고 접수해야합니다. Letter of Advice to Apply 를 통해 사용될 서류양식 (forms)과 지원서류와 동봉해야할 supporting documents 에 대한 세부정보를 제공됩니다. 접수비용은 캐나다불로 Manitoba Development Corporation 로 지불되어야 합니다.
You must be aware that not all individuals who are invited to apply will necessarily receive a Nomination Certificate from the MPNP-B or a Permanent Resident Visa. The Nomination Application will be assessed according to MPNP-B criteria. If your Nomination Application or Permanent Resident Visa application is refused you will not be refunded your application processing fee.
단계3. Nomination Application의 평가
Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA) 수령시 완비된 Nomination Application, 모든요청서류들의 사본 (copies), 서류접수비 CDN $2500를 LAA발행일로부터 60일 이내 제출해야합니다. 완비된 지원서류가 수령되면 확인편지 (confirmation letter)가 진행시간와 함께 제공됩니다.
단계4. Deposit Agreement 완성
Nomination 승인시 Deposit Agreement 서명과 Government of Manitoba로 CDN $100,000 예치금 입금해야합니다.
단계5. 영주권 어플리케이션 제출
the CIC Central Intake Office (CIO) in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
서명된 Deposit Agreement서류와 계좌입금된 CDN $100,000 수령시 Central Intake Office in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada 로 영주권 신청을 합니다. MPNP-B는 해당 오피스로 직접 Nomination Certificate를 전달합니다. CIO는 추가 확인후 어플리케이션을designated Canadian Visa Office abroad로 전달, 해당 오피스는 medical examinations, security clearances 를 지원자에게 지시, 해당결과에 문제가 없으면 영주권비자(Permenant Residence Visa)를 발급합니다.
단계6. Manitoba로의 이주
Manitoba주로 영주권자 신분으로 도착시 반드시 Business Immigration and Investment Branch를 30일 이내 연락을 취해 Business Settlement Officer와 방문약속을 잡아야합니다.
단계7. 적격한 사업체 설립과 예치금 반환요청
지원자는 사업체의설립과 Deposit Agreement 의 투자조건을 랜딩후 2년이내 이행해야합니다. 투자이행이 입증되면 예치금 CDN $100,000 은 무이자로 지원자에게 반환됩니다.
MPNP-B를 지원하기 위한 지원자의 필수사항들
- Complete the forms. Before starting, carefully read the detailed instructions for completing the forms. Please refer to our Document Checklist which has complete details of the forms and documents required to be enclosed with the application.
- Collect all documents, as outlined in detail in the Document Checklist. It is an applicant’s responsibility to submit all supporting documents. If documents are missing, not translated or unclear, your application may be returned and not assessed. Document translation must be certified.
- Review and organize your completed forms and supporting documents in the same order as set out in the Document Checklist to ensure you have a complete application package.
- Please collate your pages and secure them with one paper clip.
- Do not bind your application or put the pages in a ring binder.
- Do not enclose individual pages in plastic, envelopes or folders.
- Do not tie, sew, bolt or glue the pages together.
- Only staple documents together which have multiple pages.
- Do not send multiple copies of identical documents.
- Do not send booklets, brochures or leaflets with your application that were collected during an Exploratory Visit.
- Assemble all your completed forms and supporting documents and attach the labels from the Document Checklist Tag Sheet.
- Submit your completed application package. (DO NOT FAX or E-MAIL APPLICATION PACKAGE.)
- MAIL TO:
Business Immigration and Investment BranchManitoba Labour and Immigration600 – 259 Portage AvenueWinnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3B 2A9
- The Nomination Application will be reviewed and you will be contacted by letter, fax or electronic mail (e-mail) with the results. Further clarification and/or documentation may be requested.
- Decisions on applications are final. There is no appeal process. However, this does not preclude applicants from applying again after one year (or two years for cases of misrepresentation), provided the reasons for refusal of the initial application have been addressed.
If your Application for Nomination is approved by Manitoba, you will be required to make a good-faith cash deposit of CDN $100,000 to the Government of Manitoba, and sign a Cash Deposit Agreement guaranteeing that you will live in Manitoba and start or purchase a business in Manitoba within two years of obtaining your Permanent Resident status. The deposit will be refunded without interest when the investment described in the Deposit Agreement is made, the business is operational and the Nominee is actively involved in the operation of the business from within Manitoba.
After the deposit of CDN $100,000 and signed Deposit Agreement is received by Manitoba, you will be provided with instructions on how to submit the appropriate forms, documents and federal processing fees to the Centralized Intake Office – Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) P.O. BOX 1450, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada B1P 6K5. (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/offices/canada/sydney.asp)
Further instructions will be sent directly to you from the Canadian Visa Office regarding health and security checks. The Canadian Visa Office may require additional documentation at that time. In some cases, you may be required to attend an interview.
Upon arrival in Manitoba, you must contact the Business Settlement Office of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program for Business (MPNP-B), (Canada 001-204-945-1872), for general settlement support in establishing your business. Once the business has been established, you may request the release of your CDN $100,000 deposit.