Who needs a Manitoba Settlement Plan?
If you plan on permanent immigration to Canada and you’ve chosen Manitoba as your future province of residence, you should have your close relative (friend or distant relative) living in Manitoba file this completed plan in the local office of the Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship.
What is a Manitoba Settlement Plan for?
This Settlement Plan is an application to become a part of Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. There are lots of various programs for immigration to Canada -- MPNP is just one of them.
Is it accompanied by other forms?
No other forms are required; fill out this Settlement Plan as a part of your MPNP application.
When is Manitoba Settlement Plan due?
It doesn’t have a due date. Complete it after you’re done with the research about places of residence and job openings.
How do I fill out a Manitoba Settlement Plan ?
Give your reasons for choosing Manitoba on the first page. You should articulate more than one reason and be specific; this will speed up the processing of your application. Describe the destination you’ve chosen and again, provide two reasons for your decision. There is a web resource, immigratemanitoba.com , where you can find residence and employment options for newcomers. Write your plans for employment in your new place of living and describe your job skills and what steps you will take to meet the requirements. Answer the questions about your employment plan. At the end, provide full and up-to-date information about your financial situation. Use the last page if you have anything to add.
Where do I send it?
Have your contact person from Manitoba file this completed plan in the closest office of the Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship.