To qualify for an expression of interest for the Manitoba Pathway Entrepreneur, an applicant must be able to demonstrate that they have the interest, ability and financial resources to actively own and manage a Manitoba business. This is why the program requires a high level of experience in business management as well as significant net financial wealth. The MPNP will respond by e-mail to THE OPIs and people who do not meet the minimum criteria of the Entrepreneur Pathway will not have their business concept verified. The Manitoba Provincial Nominated Program (MPNP) business flow provides investors and entrepreneurs who wish to purchase or start a business in Manitoba with a way to obtain Canadian permanent resident status. Applicants must sign a Business Performance Agreement (BPA) explaining how they will build and invest in business in Manitoba. The proposed business must meet certain criteria, including the creation of at least one employment opportunity for a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. In addition, an applicant should also demonstrate that his or her income level is comparable to the predominant income level of senior managers of large companies in his or her country. The applicant must clearly demonstrate this level of income through documents obtained from a third party. The preliminary application procedure for the Pathway entrepreneur will be in place until the launch of a new online system, which is expected to be implemented at the end of 2018.
The procedure consists of seven steps, as provided for in www.immigratemanitoba.com. This flow appoints qualified international business investors and entrepreneurs who have the intention and ability to start or buy businesses in Manitoba. The good news is that interested candidates are no longer required to deposit a $100,000 down payment with the Manitoba government. This electricity requires net assets and significant investments on the part of the applicant. The applicant must have a minimum net asset of at least 500,000 CAD. The minimum investment amount varies depending on the location of the proposed business: earlier known as the Manitoba Business Stream or MPNP-B, the Pathway Entrepreneur is aimed at applicants wishing to start a business in Manitoba. Farm Investor Pathway replaced the previous Farm Strategic Recruitment Initiative. The MPNP encourages applicants to entrepreneurs to visit Manitoba and participate in business seminars organized by the Business Consulting Unit (BCU) of the Economic Opportunities and Immigration Division.
The potential candidate must complete and submit a business concept before receiving an invitation to the Pathway entrepreneur. . . .