Exploratory Visit - 曼省省提名投资移民考察访问 - 飞出国
关于考察访问 - 飞出国
考察访问不是必须的，是可选项目，但是还是建议申请人在提交EOI前完成考察访问。完成考察访问后可以在曼省评分系统中的Enhanced Settlement Factors一项多加15分。
- 收集Statement of Business Intent相关的信息，包括：确定业务方向，启动成本，以及租赁或购买经营场地的成本，采购工具和设备，招聘熟练劳动力，分析竞争对手，目标客户和供应商等。
如何请求考察访问 - 飞出国
周信息研讨会（Weekly Information Seminar） - 飞出国
Business Settlement Office 每周都会举行关于"Business Investment through Business Immigration"的研讨会。研讨会旨在服务于打算来曼省投资的申请人。
省提名申请时同时提交考察访问报告 - 飞出国
What is an Exploratory Visit?
If you are considering immigrating to Manitoba through the MPNP-B you may choose to strengthen your knowledge of and connection to the province by making an Exploratory Visit to investigate business and lifestyle opportunities.
The Exploratory Visit is an optional initiative for an applicant, but is recommended and should be completed prior to submitting an EOI or applying to the MPNP-B. You are encouraged to conduct an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba. The MPNP-B allots an additional 15 points under the “Enhanced Settlement Factors” section of the Adaptability Assessment Matrix for such Exploratory Visits.
The Exploratory Visit must be conducted no more than one year prior to submission of an EOI. You can also conduct an Exploratory Visit after submission of the EOI and update your EOI with this information to enhance your point score.
You must visit Manitoba for a period of not less than five business days (excluding the days of arrival and departure), to conduct extensive business and lifestyle-related research. Although an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba must be for a minimum of five (5) business days, longer visits are also recommended as they provide the applicant with a better opportunity to explore Manitoba.
An Exploratory Visit provides you with time to research business opportunities available, as well as the lifestyle in Manitoba. It is expected that you will conduct research activities such as, but not limited to:
Collecting necessary information to prepare his/her Statement of Business Intent, which may include identifying business, general start-up costs, as well as the costs of leasing or purchasing business space, purchasing tools and equipment, hiring skilled labour, analyzing the competition, targeted customers and suppliers.
Researching information related to moving to and living in Manitoba such as schooling for children, the costs and availability of housing (rent or purchase), recreational activities, services available for newcomers and the general cost of living.
During an Exploratory Visit, you must dedicate a significant portion of time to conducting business-related research and meeting with various stakeholders and business advisors. You are expected to provide details of your business and lifestyle research through an Exploratory Visit Report which forms part of a Nomination Application.
How to Request and be Approved for an Exploratory Visit
You are not required to send any request to the MPNP-B or require any approval from the MPNP-B to conduct this visit. The MPNP-B will not issue a letter of advice to support an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the necessary travel documents (such as a Visitor’s Visa) required for travel to Manitoba, Canada. The MPNP-B does not provide letters of support for you to obtain a Visitor’s Visa and cannot intervene in cases in which a potential applicant is denied a Temporary Resident Visa.
Weekly Information Seminar
The Business Settlement Office is hosting weekly information seminars on the “Business Investment through Business Immigration”. This seminar is designed to serve the needs of potential foreign business investors who wish to explore the opportunity to immigrate and invest in Manitoba through the MPNP-B. Please view the detailed information about this seminar here.
Submitting an Exploratory Visit Report with the Nomination Application
If you have conducted an Exploratory Visit to Manitoba, you are required to submit a report of this visit with the Nomination Application. There is no prescribed format for this report; however, you must describe all the activities you have undertaken during this visit. This report must cover the entire period of stay in Canada starting from the first day of entry to the day of leaving Canada and also including time spent in other provinces, if any. You should include pictures, airline tickets, boarding passes, hotel receipts, business cards and all other relevant details to describe the activities undertaken during the visit. Please do not attach brochures, flyers, maps or information booklets collected during the Exploratory Visit with this report.