Manitoba invited 206 candidates via PNP draw

Manitoba PNP draw
  • October 26, 2020

Manitoba has become friendly for International student graduates & professionally skilled workers as they have been invited to apply for Manitoba’s provincial nomination.

Recently Manitoba announced its Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draw & in total the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) sent 206 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) to immigration applicants.

It was an invite for immigration applicants to apply for permanent residence under the provincial nomination program of Canada. Manitoba has considered three major streams of immigration:

From all released LAAs, 22 out of 206 were sent to applicants with profiles in the federal Express Entry (EE) System.

Note: This year in 2020, Manitoba has issued 4,068 invitations to the immigration applicants so far. This is amazing news for the applicants who wish to settle in Manitoba, Canada.

As per IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada), qualified applicants for the EE pool are prioritized considering the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score that is calculated among the factors i.e. age, work experience, education, and language ability.

An applicant with the highest score gets an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence through  regular draws  from the EE pool. All recipients get an additional 600 CRS points in bonus and get guaranteed selection from IRCC.

EE applicants having such invitations from Manitoba should have a valid Express Entry ID and provided a job seeker validation code to get eligible.

People who wish to migrate to Canada via MPNP require a registration on an Expression of Interest with the MPNP to receive an LAA through the Skilled Workers in Manitoba and  Skilled Workers Overseas streams.

Manitoba’s system calculates points of applicants out of 1,000 under the characteristics of human capital like their English or French language skills, education, work experience, Manitoba connections, and other factors.

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