The recent Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) draw issued invitations to 539 candidates.
Manitoba conducted its PNP draw on May 4, 2023, and issued 539 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs). The draw focused on candidates under Skilled Workers (Occupation specific), Skilled Worker (All-occupations), Skilled Worker Overseas, and International Education streams.
The Occupation-specific draw of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) issued 252 LAAs comprising candidates under different occupations according to the National Occupation Classification 2021 (NOC 2021).
The draw invited 12 candidates under Administrative and Financial Supervisors and Specialized occupations. The MPNP draw issued LAAs to 22 candidates in Technical Occupations in natural and applied sciences and 70 candidates in Middle Management occupations in Trades and Transportation.
The All-occupations draw issued 199 LAAs to candidates with a minimum CRS score of 650 points.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program’s latest draw invited 39 candidates under the International Education stream. The MPNP draw also issued LAAs to 49 candidates under the Skilled Worker Overseas stream with a CRS cut-off of 699 points. Provincial Nominee Programs provide the most promising pathway for international students and skilled workers to settle in Canada by selecting a province of their choice. Canada plans to welcome 117,500 new permanent residents annually till 2025.
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