Canada’s Manitoba province has held another round of invitations under the Provincial Nominee Program [PNP], commonly referred to as Canadian PNP.
On September 2, 2021, Manitoba PNP – officially the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program [MPNP] – invited a total of 602 individuals to apply for a MPNP nomination for permanent residence in Canada.
Canada PR through the PNP is a 2-step process.
After securing a PNP nomination, the next step is of applying to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC] for permanent residence.
|An Overview of the September 2 Manitoba PNP draw|
EOI Draw #125
Total LAAs issued: 602
Express Entry candidates invited: 101
|Category||Letters of Advice to Apply [LAAs] sent||Minimum EOI score required|
|Skilled Workers Overseas||84|
Considered only if –
· Directly invited under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative
· Had an IRCC Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code.
|Skilled Workers in Manitoba||463||445|
|International Education Stream||55||No EOI score required.|
Candidates that received invitations in the latest MPNP draw were those that had –
Proof of having “undergone all necessary licensing steps” for being employed in Manitoba must be provided by the individual.
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|In 2021, Manitoba PNP has invited a total of 7,391 candidates altogether in the 20 MPNP draws held so far this year.|
The MPNP has the following 7 immigration pathways or ‘streams’ under Candian PNP –
|Manitoba PNP streams available|
|Serial Number||Category||Immigration pathway|
|1||Skilled Worker Stream||Skilled Workers Overseas|
|2||Skilled Workers in Manitoba|
|3||International Education Stream||Graduate Internship Pathway|
|4||Career Employment Pathway|
|5||International Student Entrepreneur Pilot|
|6||Business Investor Stream||Entrepreneur Pathway|
|7||Farm Investor Pathway|
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