Manitoba PNP Extends Invitations to 620 Applicants in Latest PNP Draw

Manitoba PNP Extends Invitations to 620 Applicants in Latest PNP Draw

Manitoba PNP Extends Invitations to 620 Applicants in Latest PNP Draw In the most recent Expression of Interest (EOI) draw that took place on September 21, 2023, the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) issued a total of 620 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) to candidates eligible for permanent residency in Canada. This draw was aimed at skilled workers in Manitoba, individuals under the International Education Stream, and skilled workers from overseas.

Specifically, this EOI draw, labelled as EOI draw #194, selected 620 skilled individuals from foreign countries to receive Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) for Manitoba immigration. Among these 620 LAAs, 59 were allotted to candidates with active profiles within the Express Entry system.

Now, let’s dive into the details of this Manitoba PNP draw for 2023, including information about the various streams and the required CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) thresholds for immigration to Manitoba.

Draw #194

Type of Draw: Skilled Workers in Manitoba

Invitations Issued: 21

Skilled Worker in Manitoba

Type of Draw: Occupation-specific selection

Invitations Issued: 298

CRS Score: 612

In this draw, candidates with current employment in Manitoba in occupations identified with high labor needs, as determined by data from Statistics Canada, were considered.

Candidates from specific major groups as categorized in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 were also included:

Group 64 – Sales and service representatives and other customer and personal services occupations
Group 65 – Sales and service support occupations

Type of Draw: All Occupations

Invitations Issued: 239

CRS Score: 631

Type of Draw: International Education Stream

Invitations Issued: 56

CRS Score: N/A

Type of Draw: Skilled Workers Overseas

Invitations Issued: 27

CRS Score: 723

Now, let’s talk about the application process for the Manitoba PNP.

To start your application for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which is your pathway to settling and working in Manitoba, follow these essential steps:

1. Check Your Eligibility: Begin by carefully reviewing the eligibility criteria set by the Manitoba PNP. Make sure you meet the program’s requirements, including factors such as education, work experience, language proficiency, and other specific qualifications.

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

3. Enter the EOI Pool: Once your profile is complete, enter the EOI pool. This is where your profile will be evaluated, and scores will be assigned based on various factors, including your qualifications and suitability for the program.

4. Receive an Invitation: Periodically, Manitoba conducts draws from the EOI pool to select candidates for the program. If you are selected, you will receive an official invitation to apply within a specific timeframe.

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

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

7. Application Assessment: Manitoba immigration authorities will meticulously assess your application based on program criteria. They may also request additional documents or conduct interviews as part of the evaluation process.

8. Obtain Nomination: Upon approval, you will receive a nomination from the Manitoba PNP. This nomination is a crucial step towards obtaining Canadian permanent residency.

9. Apply for Permanent Residency: You will utilize the Manitoba PNP nomination to apply for permanent residency through Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Submit your permanent residency application along with the required supporting documents to IRCC.

10. Complete the Process: Follow the instructions provided by IRCC to finalize your permanent residency application. This may involve undergoing medical examinations, obtaining police clearances, and fulfilling any other necessary steps as outlined by IRCC.

By following these steps, you can navigate the Manitoba PNP application process smoothly and work towards your goal of becoming a permanent resident in Canada.

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