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DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST

1. IMMIGRANT APPLICATION FORM (IMM 0008)

Completed and signed form IMM 0008 from each family member over the age of
18, whether they are accompanying you to Canada or not. Photocopy of one current passport-size photograph for each member of your family. Do not send originals. Original photographs will be needed for CIC later. Previous refusal letter(s) or other correspondence from CIC and/or Provincial Nominee programs.
Attach additional pages, where necessary. Write form number on the top of each
additional page.

2. ADDITIONAL FAMILY INFORMATION (IMM 5406)

Completed and signed form IMM 5406 from each family member over the age of
18, whether they are accompanying you to Canada or not.

3. MANITOBA SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FORM (MBSUP)

Only ONE MBSUP form to be completed. Check that the appropriate questions
are answered in full by the principal applicant and the form is signed by both
principal applicant and spouse, if married. Spouse must sign even if not
accompanying you to Canada.

Note: Do not leave Personal Net Worth blank. If you do not have funds or own
property, indicate how you will obtain necessary settlement funds.

4. INFORMATION RELEASE FORM (MBREL)

Completed, signed by principal applicant and spouse, dated and witnessed.
A witness can be any person, including a friend or family member, and need
not be a lawyer or notary.

5. RELEASE OF INFORMATION FOR EVALUATION OF PNP (MBEVA)

Completed, signed by principal applicant and spouse, dated and witnessed.
A witness can be any person including a friend, or family member, and need
not be a lawyer or notary.

6. IDENTITY / MARRIAGE INFORMATION

Birth certificates, for both you and your spouse, showing names of parents.
If applicable, also provide:

Marriage certificate

Death certificate

Divorce certificate or proof of separation

National Identity Card/Certificate or Cedula
(If the information differs on any of these documents, provide a sworn affidavit explaining the differences.)

If divorced or separated and you have children under the age of 18 provide:

• Custody agreement for children under the age of 18.

• If children are accompanying you, provide proof that they may do so. This could include a letter from former spouse supporting your move.

• If children are not accompanying you, prove that you have fulfilled any obligations stated in custody agreement. This could include a letter from spouse giving permission for PA to move from the country.

7. CHILDREN’S INFORMATION

Birth certificate for each child showing parentage (naming both parents).

Adoption papers

If dependent children are over 19 years of age, submit proof of continuous full time studies. Provide letter(s) from the school(s), signed by a school official, confirming continued enrolment in full time studies since turning 19 years of age.

8. PASSPORT / TRAVEL DOCUMENTS

Copies of passport or travel documents that are valid for at least two years for
yourself, your spouse and dependent children. Submit copies of pages showing
the passport number, date of issue and expiration, your photo, name, date and
place of birth, as well as occupation, if applicable.

If you live in a country other than your country of citizenship, include a copy of
your visa for the country in which you currently live.

Include copies of entry visas or Immigration stamps in your passport from
previous visits to Canada.

9. EDUCATION INFORMATION

Educational degrees, diplomas or certificates, and professional licences, for both the principal applicant and spouse.

Official transcripts showing school(s) attended, courses taken and duration of
program, must also be included.

All documents must be translated into English or French.

10. EVIDENCE OF LANGUAGE ABILITY IN ENGLISH AND/OR FRENCH

Proof of your ability in English or French.

11. EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

Copies of letters of reference detailing both the principal applicant and
spouse’s work experience for the past 10 years, including present employment.
Each letter must include:

• specific period of employment with the company (start and end dates).

• position(s) held, and time spent in each position.

• list of tasks/duties and main responsibilities in each position.

• letter must be on company letterhead and signed by an authorized
representative of the company, including their name and title.

12. EMPLOYMENT OFFER

Offer of employment to include job title, job description and salary.

13. REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Proof of your ties to a rural or northern region of Manitoba.

14. PROOF OF RELATIONSHIP TO FAMILY IN MANITOBA

Birth certificates (showing parents’ names) of the relatives through whom you
trace your roots AND Relative’s Canadian Passport, Certificate of Citizenship, or Record of Landing (IMM 1000) AND Relative’s Manitoba Health Card

15. FAMILY-LIKE SUPPORT

• Affidavit of Family-Like Support signed by five adults (form available from Manitoba Labour and Immigration), AND

• Canadian Citizenship certificate or Canadian birth certificate or Record of Landing (IMM 1000) for each of the five adults, AND

• Manitoba Health Card for each of the five adults.

16. EVIDENCE OF EDUCATION IN MANITOBA

Student authorization and proof of attendance from education institution.

17. EVIDENCE OF WORK IN MANITOBA

Employment authorization and letter of reference from employer.

18. SETTLEMENT FUNDS

Letters from financial institutions

Bank account statements

Proof of liquid assets

Proof of ownership of real properties (land and buildings) AND an objective price evaluation

19. TAGS TO ATTACH TO EACH OF THE ABOVE DOCUMENTS

PUT ALL PHOTOCOPIES OF YOUR APPLICATIONS AND DOCUMENTS TOGETHER AND FORWARD THEM IN A SEALED ENVELOPE TO:

Manitoba Labour and Immigration
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program
9th Floor – 213 Notre Dame Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 1N3
CANADA

We do not accept applications received over the Internet, via electronic mail (e-mail) or by fax, as forms sent in these ways often arrive incomplete, mixed and/or illegible.

Your application will be reviewed and you will be contacted in writing. The program officer may request other documents to complete the assessment of your application.

You will be told of the decision of the assessment in writing. Final decisions will not be given over the telephone.

If you are accepted for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee program, you will receive a letter and further instructions about how to proceed with your application. You will need the original copy of your forms and supporting documents to comply with the instructions you will receive.

MB PNP
http://www.gov.mb.ca

 


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