On June 1, 2023, the Canadian province of Manitoba invited candidates to apply through the provincial nomination program. Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) held a new Expression of Interest (EOI) draw, inviting a total of 589 letters of Advice to Apply. The draw welcomed candidates from the MPNP streams of Skilled Worker Overseas, Skilled Workers, and International Education.
Highlights of the Draw: Who Was Invited?
In the latest draw, Manitoba PNP sought nominations under the following streams of MPNP. Here’s a breakdown of the invitations:
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Skilled Worker Stream
|Type of Draw||Occupation Specific||All-Occupation||Occupations invited|
|No. of Invitations||262||240||· Professional in finance and business.|
· Administrative and transportation logistics occupations.
· Professional in natural and applied sciences.
· Front-line public protection services and paraprofessional occupations in legal, social, community, and education services.
· Care providers and legal and public protection occupations
|Lowest CRS score||607||669||–|
Skilled Worker Overseas Stream
The stream issued a total of 31 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) with a minimum score of 801.
International Education Stream
In the following Manitoba stream, the MPNP issued 56 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) to profiles meeting the stream’s eligibility requirements.
Out of the 589 Letters of Advice issued, 214 of them were issued to candidates who showed a valid Express Entry ID and Job Seeker validation code.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program – How to Get a Letter to Apply in an EOI Draw?
Firstly, know about the MPNP’s eligibility requirements and the stream you are applying through before beginning the procedure. Afterward, you need to create an account on the MPNP Online Portal, sign in, and choose to Create an Expression of Interest from the list of options to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI).
You must continuously ensure that the data you give in your EOI is correct and complete. You can get back into your account and alter the details in your EOI if your circumstance changes.
Manitoba’s PNP points calculator is a scoring method that is used in the MPNP’s EOI system to evaluate candidates based on information provided in the EOI about their work experience, language proficiency, employment, and education. Candidates with the highest ratings receive a Letter to Apply in an EOI draw.