Manitoba conducted its Latest MPNP Draw on October 24 and issued 157 invitations to International skilled workers to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence status in Canada. A total of 157 invitations were divided into three main categories of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program: Skilled Worker in Manitoba, Skilled Worker Overseas, and International Education.
Like other provinces, Manitoba has its own Provincial Nominee Program to invite International skilled workers to enhance the economy of the province and also, to fill the market gap. So far in 2019, the province has issued 6,731 invitations to skilled workers to apply for a provincial nomination. Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) or also called invitations, were divided in a below-given segment:
a) A total of 117 invitations were issued to candidates under Skilled Worker in the Manitoba category of the MPNP.
b) Out of remaining, 24 went to candidates of Skilled Worker Overseas category under the MPNP and 16 under International Educational Stream.
In addition to that, 12 more invitations were issued to candidates with a profile in the Federal Express Entry System. To be considered for a provincial nomination certificate from the Manitoba Government, Express entry applicants need to have eligible work experience in any of the occupations mention in Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupation List, among other requirements and lodge a separate Expression of Interest to the MPNP.
The Skilled Worker Overseas Category of Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program nominates International workers with skills that are in demand in Manitoba’s labor market. You must have a connection to Manitoba like close friends or family, education or work experience in the province or invitation through one of the MPNP’s Strategic Recruitment Initiative.
Selected candidates under the Skilled Worker overseas category received a direct invitation through a Strategic Recruitment Initiative that includes overseas recruitment missions led by the MPNP. To be considered for a nomination, candidates are required to first submit Expression of Interest (EOI). EOIs are examined on factors like candidate’s age, skilled work experience, education level and English/ French proficiency, among other factors and candidates are given with a score out of 1,000 on the MPNP’s Skilled Worker Points Grid. Candidates with a high-score received a Letter of Advice to apply through subsequent draws takes place through the province’s EOI pool.
This category also works upon EOI criteria. Candidates under Skilled Worker in Manitoba category must be working in Manitoba and have a full-time, permanent job offer from their employer, among other criteria. The lowest-scoring candidates who received invitations through the Skilled Worker in Manitoba category in the October 24 Draw had EOI score of 567.
International students who graduated from Manitoba with In-demand skills might get invitation under the International Education Stream. This stream also includes three sub-categories: Career Employment pathway, Graduate Internship pathway, and the Student Entrepreneur Pathway.
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