Manitoba Announces Second Draw In Two Days, Issues LAAs to 347 Candidates

Manitoba Announces Second Draw In Two Days, Issues LAAs to 347 Candidates
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Manitoba has announced details of a second immigration draw is as many days, this time issuing 347 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.

The September 12 draw saw 254 of the LAAs issued through the Skilled Workers in Manitoba stream, with the lowest-ranked candidate scoring 545 points.

A further 53 LAAs were issued through the Skilled Workers Overseas stream as part of a Strategic Recruitment Initiative, when candidates are invited to fulfill a specific labour market need. The lowest-ranked SRI candidate scored 706 points.

Meanwhile, the final 40 LAAs went to International Education Stream candidates. 

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Manitoba stated that 45 of the 347 candidates had valid Express Entry IDs and job seeker validation codes.

This was the 72nd draw in the history of the MPNP.

What Were the Details of September 12 Manitoba Draw?

Stream Sub-Stream Letters of Advice to Apply Score of Lowest Ranked Candidate
1) Skilled Workers in Manitoba 254 545
2) International Education Stream 40
3) Skilled Workers Overseas Strategic Recruitment Initiative 53 706


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