Manitoba Business Investor Stream

Business immigration program is designed for experienced persons with the desire to invest and operate a business in Canada. In order to apply for the provincial nominee or permeant resident, the applicant must have certain amount of assets, and be able to make investment in Canada which meets the criteria of a qualifying business.

Two of the more popular programs are the Manitoba Business Investor Stream and the Saskatchewan SINP Entrepreneur Program, because of the low net worth requirement and the low investment minimum. They are more efficient program with maximum number of applicants (SINP) and competitive application processing time.

General process of Manitoba Business Investor stream and the Saskatchewan SINP Entrepreneur Program:

Entrepreneur Pathway

This pathway is for people who have the ability to establish, purchase a business or become a partner in an existing business.

Farm Investor Pathway

This pathway is for individuals with proven farm business experience, sufficient available capital to invest, and who intend to establish and operate a farm in rural Manitoba or Saskatchewan.

Case Study #1

Ryan found new ways to increase the number of customers, and his business grew quickly. After 5 years, he sold his company to a larger wholesaler for $550,000. Before starting his business, Ryan studied in university and earned a degree in management; he also learned some English and tested at IELTS 4.0. Ryan is a good candidate for the Saskatchewan SINP Entrepreneur Program; which gives a higher rank to applicants that were owners of fast-growing companies.

Case Study #2

She has six years experience as a senior manager. Hilary has a university degree and she has also learned English and tested at IELTS 5.0. Hilary and her husband have $800,000 in savings and property. She now wants to use her management experience to buy a business in Canada, the best choice for Hilary is Manitoba Business Investor Stream - Entrepreneur Pathway, because of the lower investment requirement, and she is eligible even though she was not the business owner.