Manitoba issued a total of 300 Letters of Advice to apply (LAAs) to the Expression of Interest Candidates (EOI) through its Skilled Workers in Manitoba Stream. 679 were the minimum points scored by the candidates on the unique points-based system of Manitoba.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP’s) unique points-based system assigns the candidates a score out of 1,000 based on several factors like education, ties to the province, and previous work experience.
The remaining candidates among the 469 invitations provided, got the invitations under the Skilled Workers Overseas Stream. 705 were the minimum points scored for the Strategic Recruitment Initiative, and 610 were the scores for the candidates who have connections to the province.
MPNP representatives will interview the 69 candidates who got the invitations under the Strategic Recruitment Initiative of the Skilled Worker Overseas Immigration Stream, during an Overseas Recruitment Mission.
Connections with the province here mean you should have a close relative residing in Manitoba, or your past work experience or education, or your recent work-experience in one among the In-Demand Occupations of Manitoba, or meeting the minimum language requirement of CLB 5 or 6 based on the type of occupation.
The candidates who want to get considerations through MPNP’s Skilled Workers Stream must first submit their online Expression of Interest (EOI) profile. The eligible candidates will then enter into the EOI pool, and ranked accordingly.
The candidates with an LAA will have 60 days to submit their application for provincial nomination through their online MPNP account. On obtaining a successful provincial nomination from Manitoba, the candidates can apply for Canada Permanent Residency to the IRCC, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada.
Below are the details of a number of invitations and minimum scores required to receive an LAA in the Expression of Interest Draw #53.
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