Manitoba PNP Invites 42 Ukrainian Skilled Workers

Manitoba PNP Invites 42 Ukrainian Skilled Workers

Manitoba PNP Invites 42 Ukrainian Skilled Workers In the latest Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) draw held on September 29, 2023, 42 individuals from Ukraine were invited to apply for immigration. These invitations were given to skilled immigrants who meet MPNP’s eligibility criteria and are also affected by the current events in Ukraine. This action is part of the Manitoba government’s response to the Ukraine situation and fits into the special immigration measures set by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada.

To break it down, the MPNP drew in 42 people from Ukraine who have the skills needed for immigration and who meet the MPNP’s rules. These people are also facing challenges due to what’s happening in Ukraine. The Manitoba government is taking this step to help them, and it’s in line with the special immigration measures put in place by the Canadian government.

In the 18th Expression of Interest (EOI) draw, Manitoba chose 42 skilled immigrants who will get Letters of Advice to Apply (LAA) for immigrating to Manitoba. These folks are skilled workers coming from overseas.

For Skilled Workers in Manitoba, this draw is known as the Ukraine Draw, and they’ve sent out 42 invitations.

So, if you’re a skilled worker from another country and want to apply for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), here’s what you need to do:
First, create an Expression of Interest (EOI) Profile. That’s your first step.
Once you receive a Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA), submit your complete application to the Manitoba PNP.

An officer from MPNP will then assess your profile.
If your profile meets their criteria, MPNP will nominate you.
After nomination, you’ve got 180 days to apply for a Canada PR visa.

Now, what are the eligibility criteria for Skilled Workers Overseas under Manitoba PNP? Here they are:

You need at least a CLB 4 score in each language skill.
You should have a connection to Manitoba through family ties, previous work or study experience, or community involvement.

There are other requirements too, like specific language test scores, a minimum MPNP score of 60, and having enough settlement funds. Make sure you meet these criteria if you want to apply.

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