Manitoba 4 Ukraine

Manitoba For Ukraine

Immigration Information


On October 23, 2023, the federal department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced a temporary public policy to help families affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine reunite in Canada. Details regarding the policy are available on IRCC's website:

Ukrainian nationals who are a family member of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, meet all criteria outlined in the temporary policy and reside within Canada, will have the opportunity to apply for Canadian Permanent residence through this policy. More information including eligibility criteria is published on IRCC's webpage:

Information about submitting an application though this policy is maintained by IRCC online:


As the federal government’s Canada Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) program ended on March 31, 2024, a number of immigration related measures put in place by the Government of Manitoba will also conclude.

The following special measures will end on April 30, 2024:

  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) Ukraine Special Measures Expression of Interest (EOI) draws;
    • Ukrainian nationals who meet MPNP eligibility criteria will continue to be able to submit their EOI applications and be eligible for regular EOI draws.
  • MPNP application fee refunds:
    • Those with Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA) issued prior to May 1, 2024 will still be eligible to receive the application fee refund after the complete MPNP application is submitted.
  • Immigration information appointments at the Reception Centre.

For more information please visit the following website:

The MPNP is an economic immigration program. Persons who apply to the MPNP and receive a nomination may then apply to IRCC for permanent residence. The MPNP is one of several economic immigration programs in Canada.

All persons interested in applying to the MPNP must create an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile. Please see the MPNP's website for more information about the MPNP EOI process and to create an EOI profile.

A CUAET holder working in Manitoba for at least six months in any occupation may be eligible to apply to the MPNP as a Skilled Worker in Manitoba. Please see here for more information about the Skilled Worker in Manitoba Pathway.

All persons interested in applying to the MPNP with an Express Entry (EE) profile must provide a valid EE profile and satisfy all EE criteria at time of MPNP nomination.

Ukrainians seeking information on the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program are welcome to email