Manitoba Invited 623 Immigrants in Latest PNP Draw

Manitoba Invited 623 Immigrants in Latest PNP Draw

Manitoba Invited 623 Immigrants in Latest Draw

On August 24, 2023, 623 immigrants were chosen to submit applications for permanent status in Canada in the most recent Manitoba PNP draw. One of Canada’s provinces, Manitoba, holds these draws to entice talented people who may boost the province’s economy by relocating and finding jobs there.

623 skilled foreigners were given Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) for immigration to Manitoba in this particular draw, known as EOI draw #190. 178 of the 623 LAAs awarded went to applicants with current profiles in the Express Entry database.

Results of the 2023 Manitoba PNP Latest Draw

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Programme (MPNP) issued out the following number of invitations, along with the applicable Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) requirements for the invited streams.

Type of draw: Skilled Workers in Manitoba

Type of Draw: Occupation-Specific Selection

Invitations issued: 256

CRS Score: 612

The following important job categories from the National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 were taken into consideration for this draw:

73 – General trades

74 – Mail and message distribution, other transport equipment operators and related maintenance workers

75 – Helpers and labourers and other transport drivers, operators and labourers

b) Type of Draw: All Occupations

Invitations issued: 250

CRS Score: 646

Type of Draw: International Education Stream

Invitations issued: 63

CRS Score: N/A

Type of Draw: Skilled Workers Overseas

Invitations issued: 54

CRS Score: 724

How to apply for Manitoba PNP?

Here are the essential procedures to follow if you’re thinking about applying for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Programme (PNP), which enables the province to nominate people wishing to live and work in Manitoba:

Check Your Eligibility: Review the Manitoba PNP’s eligibility requirements first. Make sure you meet the specified requirements, like having the needed education, work experience, language skills, and other criteria set by the program.

If you are qualified, express your interest in the programme. The Expression of Interest (EOI) mechanism is used in Manitoba. To express your wish to relocate to the province, you do this by creating an online profile.

Create a Profile: You may construct an EOI profile by creating an account and filling out the paperwork. Give detailed information about your schooling, employment background, language skills, and other pertinent information.

Once your profile is complete, you are added to the EOI pool. Based on criteria such as education, job experience, language proficiency, flexibility, and connections to Manitoba, profiles are assessed and given ratings.

Get an Invitation: Manitoba periodically invites people from the EOI pool to submit full applications. If you receive an invitation, you’ll have a specific period to send in your application.

Submit Full Application: Collect all the needed documents to complete your application. This could include education records, language test results, work experience letters, proof of funds for settling, and other supporting papers.

Pay Application Fee: Pay the necessary application fee for processing. The amount can vary based on the category and stream you’re applying under.

Application Review: Your application will be evaluated by Manitoba officials in accordance with programme requirements. They might ask for more documents or hold an interview if needed.

Get Nominated: If your application is approved, you’ll receive a nomination from the Manitoba PNP. In order to get permanent residency in Canada, this nomination is essential.

Apply for Residency: With the Manitoba PNP nomination, you are now eligible to submit an application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for permanent residence. Send the IRCC your application and any required paperwork.

Complete the Process: Follow IRCC’s guidance to finish medical exams, police clearances, and other steps needed to finalize your permanent residency application.

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