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Manitoba: 13 EE candidates among 218 invited under the MPNP

Manitoba PNP

In the latest provincial draw to be held by Manitoba, a total of 218 Canada immigration candidates have received invitations in Manitoba’s Expression of Interest draw – EOI Draw #107 – held on January 28, 2021. Of these, 13 invitations were issued to Express Entry candidates.

The previous MPNP draw – the first draw by Manitoba in 2021 – was held on January 14, 2021.

Each year, many newcomers find their way to Manitoba in Canada by securing a nomination by the province – on the basis of their connection to the community, education, and skills – under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program [MPNP].

The MPNP offers a pathway to Canadian permanent residence to skilled workers and entrepreneurs, as well as their families.

An Express Entry candidate that is successful in securing a PNP nomination is allotted 600 additional points towards their Comprehensive Ranking System [CRS] score.

A PNP nomination is a guarantee of receiving an invitation to apply [ITA] by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC] in the next federal draw to be held.

The MPNP has various immigration pathways leading to Canada PR, each targeted at a specific class of immigrants. The categories available under the MPNP are –

An “established connection” to Manitoba will be required by a skilled worker applying from overseas under the MPNP’s Skilled Worker stream.

 EOI Draw #107

Date of Draw – January 28, 2021

Total LAAs issued: 218

Express Entry candidates invited: 13

Category Letters of Advice to Apply [LAAs] sent Minimum EOI score required
Skilled Workers Overseas 17

Directly invited under Strategic Recruitment Initiative.

681
Skilled Workers in Manitoba 178 518
International Education Stream 23 No EOI score required.

In 2020, Manitoba invited a total of 5,076 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for Canada PR through the MPNP.

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