It seems, the year 2019, has started on the big belt for the aspirants looking for Canada Immigration. The first draw of the year for Manitoba province has released on the 17th January and there were a total 626 invitations to apply for provincial nomination for permanent residency.
Manitoba, one of the provinces of Canada takes part in the official provincial nominee program of the country, which grants authorization to the participating provinces to put forward a set number of financial immigration aspirants for permanent residency program every year. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program streams – Skilled worker overseas, Skilled workers in Manitoba, and International Education Stream have issued an invitation to apply (ITA) for a provincial nomination in the first draw of the year 2019 on 17th January.
Approximately 394 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAA) were given to candidates in its skilled workers Overseas Stream, which includes an unclear number to Express entry candidates who have submitted an Expression of Interest under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. As we know, the Express Entry pathway of Manitoba is connected with the Federal Express Entry System that helps in managing the pool of candidates for all the three Canada’s Federal High Skilled Economic Immigration programs.
The express entry candidates with provincial nomination get an additional 600 points in their comprehensive ranking system score, indicating an assurance to them of receiving an invitation to apply for permanent residency from Canadian Government. Express entry candidates who are looking for the nomination from Manitoba have to register a separate Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with the MPNP. The scores are given on points system that includes factors like age, education, English/French proficiency, and required work experience in an occupation that is mentioned on In-demand list.
Express Entry aspirants who received an LAA in the 17th January draw were supposed to provide valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code, and the minimum six months of current experience in the occupation mentioned on In-demand occupation list. The skilled workers' overseas candidates who have close relatives living in Manitoba or have had work experience in the province were issued LAAs by the MPNP. The aspirants were also required to have at least six months work experience in an occupation that is present in In-demand list of Manitoba and meet the language requirements.
The score of the lowest-ranked Skilled Workers Overseas candidate in the two groups was above 575. Around 27 Skilled workers, overseas candidates were invited via a Strategic Recruitment Initiative that includes overseas recruitment missions organized by the MPNP and the minimum score was 729 for candidates who received invitation under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative.
The invitations were issued to 232 candidates by the MPNP for the Manitoba Streams – Skilled workers in Manitoba and International Education Stream. In addition to it, total 200 LAAs were issued to Skilled Workers in Manitoba candidates having scored less than 650. The Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream is eligible for the International student Graduates as well as for qualified temporary workers who are presently employed in the Manitoba province and have received a permanent job offer with the Manitoba employer.
A total of 32 invitations were given to the International Education Stream candidates. Originated last year, this stream offers expeditious gateways for International Graduates of Manitoba post-secondary institutions that have skills and talent as per the requirement of employers, to get permanent residency. This stream consists of three pathways- Career Employment Pathway, Graduate Internship Pathway, and the Student Entrepreneur Pathway.
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