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Latest Manitoba PNP Draws Issued 301 Letters of Advice to Immigration Hopefuls

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Latest Manitoba PNP Draws

Manitoba has set a new benchmark in immigration with the issuance of a staggering 301 Letters of Advice to immigration hopefuls in its latest MPNP draw held on November 16, 2023. This draw shows the significance of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) in shaping Canada’s diverse and skilled workforce.

Latest MPNP Draw – 16 Nov, 2023

Manitoba’s commitment to attracting top-tier talent is evident in the dual draws conducted on this historic day – the Occupation-specific Draw and the All Occupations Draw.

All Occupations Draw

In this draw, the province cast a wide net, considering all EOI profiles that weren’t chosen in the occupation-specific selection. A remarkable 100 Letters of Advice to Apply were issued, marking a pivotal opportunity for prospective immigrants.

Occupation-Specific Draw

In this draw, Manitoba focused on candidates with current employment in occupations identified as high-demand, based on data from Statistics Canada. This targeted draw resulted in the issuance of 92 Letters of Advice to Apply.

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Occupations Invited

The draw’s success is further magnified by the inclusion of various occupations under the National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 major groups. From healthcare professionals to educators and caregivers, Manitoba has opened its doors wide.

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31300 – Nursing coordinators and supervisors

32101 – Licensed practical nurses

32102 – Paramedical occupations

33100 – Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants

42201 – Social and community service workers

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43100 – Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants

MPNP Draw Details – 16 Nov, 2023

Manitoba held another Expression of Interest (EOI) draw held on November 16, 2023. The draw saw invitations extended to candidates from the International Education Stream and Skilled Workers Overseas category.

International Education Stream – 61 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs)

Skilled Workers Overseas
– 48 LAAs were extended with a minimum score requirement of 721.

In total, the draw saw a remarkable 109 LAAs issued, reflecting Manitoba’s commitment to not only meeting labor market demands but also enriching its communities through a diverse pool of skilled individuals.

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Draw Type/Category

No. of LAAsLowest-Score Candidate
All-Occupation

100809
Occupation-specific
 
92
International Education Stream

61
Skilled Workers Overseas

48721


In total, Manitoba has extended a total of 301 Letters of Advice (LAAs) in the recent dual Expression of Interest (EOI) draws.

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Manitoba Immigration 2023-2024

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) stands as a beacon of reliability, consistently holding Expression of Interest (EOI) based draws to invite candidates to apply for provincial nomination and pave their way to Canadian Permanent Residency (PR) Visa. This program’s proactive approach to identifying talent aligns with Canada’s vision of a dynamic and inclusive nation. This unprecedented draw is a game-changer, propelling Manitoba to the forefront of Canada’s immigration landscape.

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PNP Draws & Updates

DateProvinceInvitations
Prince Edward Island April 466 invitations
British ColumbiaApril 489 invitations
British ColumbiaApril 383 invitations
British ColumbiaMarch 26126 invitations
ManitobaMarch 26179 invitations
Check Out the Full List of PNP Draws➜

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Recent Express Entry Draws

DrawNumber Of InvitationsMinimum CRS Points
293 (STEM)4500491
292 (All Program)1280549
291(French)1500388
290 (All Program)1980524
289(Transport Occupations)975430
All Express Entry Draw Results ➜

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