What Are The Core Eligibility Requirements Of The Manitoba PNP Business Programs?
Entrepreneur Pathway (MPNP):
Required net worth of at least $500,000. The investment requirement will vary depending on the location of the business within the province.
If the proposed business is located in the capital region of Manitoba in Winnipeg, then the required minimum investment is $250,000.
If the proposed business is situated outside the Manitoba capital region, then the minimum personal investment is $150,000.
Farm Investor Pathway (MPNP):
These are the core requirements:
- A net worth of at least $350,000
- Minimum investment of $150,000 in establishing a farm in Manitoba
- Submit a good faith deposit of $75,000
International Student Entrepreneur Pilot (MPNP):
This immigration pilot program is offered to 20 international students graduating from designated learning institutions in Manitoba. The core requirements are:
They must have a valid temporary work permit and own at least 51% voting shares of the business. They will also be required to sign a Business Performance Agreement (BPA).
Since there is no requirement to deposit settlement funds, there is no minimum net worth requirement. However, they must demonstrate enough financial resources to meet the Low-Income Cut-Off for at least 6 months.
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