Canadian provinces and territories have an increasing role in the selection of immigrants. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) drives population growth in Manitoba, nominating skilled working-age people who are staying in the province. Because of the MPNP, Manitoba’s population has had net positive growth since 2006.
The MPNP and other provincial nominee programs’ rules and requirements are constantly changing. We assist clients with applications, responding to procedural fairness issues, and appeals under all provincial nominee programs for workers and business investors.
Three lawyers of our firm, Kenneth Zaifman, Mira Thow, and Dean Szikinger, are co-authors of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program chapter of the publication titled A Practical Guide to Provincial Nominee Programs in Canadian Immigration Law.
For more information about provincial nominee programs, please contact us.