Manitoba held its latest draw of Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) on July 5 to issue a total of 354 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian Permanent residence. Candidates applied under Skilled Workers Overseas, Skilled Workers in Manitoba and International Education Streams of MPNP are issued with the invitations, also known as Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs).
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program allows the province to nominate International workers and International graduates of Post-Secondary Institutions for permanent residency. In the year 2018, more than half of nominations went to candidates under the Skilled Worker Stream among all the immigration streams of the MPNP. In this latest draw out of 354 invitations, 248 invitations went to Skilled Workers Overseas Stream, a total of 85 invitations went to Skilled Workers in Manitoba Stream, and 21 were to candidates in International Education Stream. And, 91 LAAs were given to candidates having a valid profile in the Federal Express Entry System.
Canada’s Express Entry is the main source of inviting International talent and monitors the pool of candidates applying under principal economic-class immigration programs – the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Canadian Experience Class. There is an additional credit of 600 points to express entry candidates having a provincial nomination; also it confirms an invitation from the Canadian Government to apply for permanent residence.
Express Entry candidates who are looking for a provincial nomination from Manitoba need to create a separate Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with the MPNP and have to meet the requirements including six-month work experience in an occupation that is presently in demand in Manitoba. EOI is the first step towards MPNP and it constitutes of complete information about applicants education, work experience, English/French proficiency and connections to Manitoba, and are provided with a score depending on the information provided by them.
The highest-ranked candidates receive invitations through regular draws take place from Manitoba’s EOI pool. In July 5th draw; the minimum score for Skilled Workers in Manitoba was 565, 594 for Skilled Workers Overseas, and 619 for Skilled Workers Overseas: Strategic Recruitment Initiative candidates. This draw leads the total LAAs went to candidates to 5,333 in 2019 so far. For availing more information about Manitoba Immigration, you can call on official helpline +91-7042184185 or write down your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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