In the latest Expression of Interest (EoI) draw held on May 9, Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) issued 170 invitations to apply for provincial nomination. With this draw, the total number of invitations issued by Manitoba so far this year has reached 4071.
Of the 170 invitations issued in the latest draw, 15 have been issued to Express Entry candidates with a valid profile and job seeker validation code. The Express Entry candidates nominated by MPNP would receive 600 additional Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score points that would guarantee them an invitation to apply for permanent residence in Canada in the subsequent Express Entry draw.
In the May 9th EoI draw, majority of the invitations were issued to candidates belonging to the Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream. A total of 101 invitations were issued to candidates of this stream. The lowest score of the selected Skilled Worker in Manitoba candidates under the unique points grid of Manitoba was 569.
While another 52 invitations were issued to Skilled Workers Overseas candidates, 17 invitations were issued to the candidates of International Education stream. The lowest score of candidates selected under the Skilled Workers Overseas was 616. The International Education Stream is meant for international students graduated from the post-secondary institutions in Manitoba. At the same time, MPNP invited all the Skilled Workers Overseas candidates through the Strategic Recruitment Initiative.
How to obtain provincial nomination from Manitoba
The first step for candidates to obtain provincial nomination from Manitoba is to submit an EoI to the MPNP. In the Expression of Interest, the candidate has to provide information with regard to a number of factors such as education qualification, work experience and language proficiency. After this, each candidate profile is awarded a score based on the above factors. The highest scoring candidates are invited to apply for provincial nomination in the draws that are conducted regularly.
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