On May 18, 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 526 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 skilled worker stream. Here’s a breakdown of the invitations:
Skilled Worker Stream
|Type of Draw||No. of Invitations||Lowest CRS score||Occupations invited|
|Occupation Specific||287||610||NOC 7330 – Transport and Transit Drivers|
Skilled Worker Overseas Stream
The stream issued a total of 27 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) with a minimum score of 721
International Education Stream
In the following Manitoba stream, the MPNP issued 21 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) to profiles meeting eligibility requirements of the stream.
Out of the 526 Letters of Advice issued, 225 of them were issued to candidates who showed a valid Express Entry ID and Job Seeker validation code.
Immigrating to Manitoba? Here’s What You Must Know About MPNP!
To accommodate applicant categories like skilled workers, business owners, international students, and others, the MPNP provides a number of immigration streams. Because of its strong economy, Manitoba draws qualified workers to a variety of enterprises.
People who wish to immigrate to Manitoba have several options, regardless of their expertise or qualifications. People who don’t speak English or French well may find it easier to access the MPNP because of its low minimum linguistic competency requirement.
Additionally, compared to other Canadian immigration programs, the MPNP has a relatively high acceptance rate, which means that applicants have a higher chance of receiving permanent status. Not only thus, Manitoba’s cost of living is relatively inexpensive when compared to other Canadian provinces that it allows immigrants to enjoy a good level of living.