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Canadian Immigration to Manitoba as a Family Member

Prospective immigrants to Manitoba may consider the category of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) that caters for family immigration. If the prospective immigrant is successful under this category it will result in the issuing of a provincial nomination certificate.

The family category, under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), is designed to assist Manitoba immigrant families who wish to sponsor eligible family members to the Manitoba region.

Successful immigrant applications under this scheme pave the way for successful Canadian immigration to the province of Manitoba and the gaining of permanent residency status.

Important Information about Eligibility for Family Sponsorship under the  Manitoba Nominee Program

  • Close relative: The immigrant applicant must have a close relative in Manitoba, who is willing and able to support your settlement. A close relative is mother/father, son/daughter, sister/brother, aunt/uncle, niece/nephew, grandparent or first cousin
  • Age: Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 49.
  • Education/training: Applicants must have completed high school (secondsary school), one year of post-secondary training or education,  and received a diploma or degree.
  • Work experience: Applicants must demonstrate at least two years of full-time work experience within the past five years.
  • Language: Immigrant applicants must have completed both their high school and post-secondary training or education in either French or English; OR, they must have scored at least 5 on the IELTS exam.
  • Adaptability: Applicants must complete and submit a formal settlement plan. The plan must show how the applicant intends to adjust to life in Manitoba, and it must also bear the signature of a close relative who has been resident in Manitoba for at least 12 months.  The settlement plan muct contain the applicant's desired occupation.