MPNP ONLINE APPLICATION

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carl zeiss:
Hi guys. Just sharing my timeline for mpnp online application. This is my 1st time to post in this forum.

Nov 19, 2011 - submitted my online application

Nov 21, 2011 -  received email from mpnp, acknowledging their receipt of my application, but due to technical reasons, no file number yet

Nov 23, 2011 - mpnp emails my relative regarding my application. mpnp also asked relative                   to accomplish settlement plan part 2

Nov 25, 2011 - I got my file number from mpnp

My relative has not yet been contacted again by mpnp so far regarding my application.

So far I have not yet received any email from mpnp whether I have some additional docs to submit. Hopefully there are no more lacking documents.

The online process is really much faster that by mail. Mail applications usually takes about 1 1/2 to 2 months before you get acknowledgement of receipt and a file number if the application package is complete. Incomplete packages are returned to the Phils without a file number. In the online process, we get acknowledgement right away (via automated system) and we receive our file number in a few days. The website of Manitoba says family stream applications via online takes 3 months to process while 6 months if via mail. That is assuming that there will be no additional documents that they would request from us. Otherwise there would be some delays.

Good luck to all of us. Keep posting your experiences.

carl zeiss:
Quote from: stingky13 on November 23, 2011, 02:06:05 am

two reasons for choosing this destination in manitoba ?

any idea in answering this question?



You are being asked why you chose this particular place in Manitoba to settle. Manitoba is very big. The MPNP wants to know whether you will settle in Winnipeg, the capital and biggest city, where most people including immigrants settle, or to other smaller rural towns. They want to know your reasons why you would want to settle in that particular area.

Hope this helps answer your question.

carl zeiss:
Quote from: cardinal11 on December 17, 2011, 05:54:43 am

guys..pls share your opinion..im planning to sumbit my application by next month...but my settlement funds might not be enough for my whole family (with 5 members) so i would rather decide to apply alone at this point in time...do you think i have the chance to get approval for MPNP, coz i have only CAD 10k funds right now?...thanks for the concern


Hi. Just an honest opinion. I think it is better to just find ways of increasing your settlement funds like having a loan or something, rather than applying just for yourself and wait for your other family members to apply and be approved on a much later date. For me I cannot bear the fact that I would be migrating without my family. Migrating takes a lot of psychological adjustment and I think it is best for the family to move as one rather that on an "installment" basis. If you leave your family behind, they would still face the same problem of coming up with adequate settlement funds for each member. So, just deal with the issue once. It may take some more time but it may be much worth the wait than seeing them being left behind.

Just my thoughts. You don't have to agree with me.

ariza:
Quote from: carl zeiss on December 27, 2011, 02:12:19 am

Hi guys. Just sharing my timeline for mpnp online application. This is my 1st time to post in this forum.

Nov 19, 2011 - submitted my online application

Nov 21, 2011 -  received email from mpnp, acknowledging their receipt of my application, but due to technical reasons, no file number yet

Nov 23, 2011 - mpnp emails my relative regarding my application. mpnp also asked relative                   to accomplish settlement plan part 2

Nov 25, 2011 - I got my file number from mpnp

My relative has not yet been contacted again by mpnp so far regarding my application.

So far I have not yet received any email from mpnp whether I have some additional docs to submit. Hopefully there are no more lacking documents.

The online process is really much faster that by mail. Mail applications usually takes about 1 1/2 to 2 months before you get acknowledgement of receipt and a file number if the application package is complete. Incomplete packages are returned to the Phils without a file number. In the online process, we get acknowledgement right away (via automated system) and we receive our file number in a few days. The website of Manitoba says family stream applications via online takes 3 months to process while 6 months if via mail. That is assuming that there will be no additional documents that they would request from us. Otherwise there would be some delays.

Good luck to all of us. Keep posting your experiences.




two months or less, your sponsor will be interviewed.. true, online application is faster than mail... this is y timeline:

sept 20 - submitted application
sept 21 - file number
oct  04 - received email from mpnp to submit addt'l documents
oct  07 - submitted addt'l docu
dec 01 - sponsor's interview
.............  WAITING FOR LOA...     :)

happy new year!! Goodluck and God bless..

ariza:
Quote from: twix96 on November 29, 2011, 10:03:44 pm

Finally my sponsor was interviewed last Nov 23.  MPNP was trying to contact him since Nov 1, but was able to get a response Nov 23 already from my brother... hoping we passed the interview.


hi twix96... i am also praying for the LOA.. goodluck and God bless to us! :)
let us know when you receive the LOA.. thanks...

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