Manitoba LAtest PNP Draw Invites 301 Applicants

Manitoba Latest PNP Draw Invites 301 Applicants

Manitoba Latest PNP Draw Invites 301 Applicants In the latest Expression of Interest (EOI) draw on November 16, 2023, the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) selected 301 candidates for permanent residency in Canada. This draw focused on skilled workers in Manitoba, international students under the International Education Stream, and skilled workers living abroad.

In this specific EOI draw, labeled as EOI draw #200, 301 skilled individuals from foreign countries were chosen to receive Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) for immigration to Manitoba. Out of these, 69 LAAs were given to candidates with active profiles in the Express Entry system.

Here’s an overview of the draw:

Draw #200

Type of draw: Skilled Workers in Manitoba
Invitations issued to all occupations: 100
Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) Score required: 809
For occupation-specific selection, candidates who were currently employed in Manitoba in occupations with high labor demand, based on Statistics Canada data, were considered. In this category, 92 invitations were issued, including specific occupations such as nursing coordinators, licensed practical nurses, dental technologists, and others.

Type of Draw: International Education Stream

Invitations issued: 61
CRS Score: Not applicable
Type of Draw: Skilled Workers Overseas

Invitations issued: 48
CRS Score required: 721
Now, if you’re interested in applying for the Manitoba PNP, here are the steps you should follow:

How to Apply for Manitoba PNP

Assess Your Eligibility: Start by carefully reviewing the eligibility criteria set by the Manitoba PNP. Make sure you meet the program’s requirements, including factors like education, work experience, language skills, and specific qualifications.

Express Your Interest: If you qualify, express your interest in the program through the Expression of Interest (EOI) system. Create an online profile where you provide information about your education, work experience, language skills, adaptability, and your connections to Manitoba.

Enter the EOI Pool: Submit your completed profile to enter the EOI pool. Your profile will be evaluated, and you’ll receive scores based on various factors, including your qualifications and suitability for the program.

Receive an Invitation: Periodically, Manitoba conducts draws from the EOI pool to select candidates. If you are selected, you’ll receive an official invitation to apply within a specified timeframe.

Submit Your Application: Gather all the required documents and submit a comprehensive application. This includes your educational certificates, language proficiency test results, work experience verification letters, proof of settlement funds, and other necessary supporting documents.

Pay the Application Fee: Depending on your application category and stream, you will need to pay an application fee.

Application Assessment: Manitoba immigration authorities will thoroughly assess your application based on program criteria. They may request additional documents or conduct interviews during the evaluation process.

Obtain Nomination: Upon approval, you will receive a nomination from the Manitoba PNP, a critical step toward obtaining Canadian permanent residency.

Apply for Permanent Residency: Use the Manitoba PNP nomination to apply for permanent residency through Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Submit your application and supporting documents to IRCC.

Complete the process: Follow IRCC’s instructions to finalize your permanent residency application, which may involve medical examinations, obtaining police clearances, and fulfilling other necessary steps outlined by IRCC.

By following these steps, you can work towards establishing residency and employment in Manitoba through the Provincial Nominee Program.

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