Site icon

Manitoba issues 602 LAAs in latest MPNP draw

Manitoba PNP Draw

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.


Check your eligibility instantly


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




If you are looking to Work, Study, Invest, Visit, or Migrate to Canada, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No. 1 Immigration & Visa Company.

If you found this blog engaging, you may also like …

High demand for immigrants in the healthcare sector in Canada

Exit mobile version