Manitoba Immigration Majors On Skilled Workers In New MPNP Draw

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Manitoba Immigration Majors On Skilled Workers In New MPNP Draw

Skilled Workers In Manitoba stream candidates dominated the latest draw through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, receiving 117 out of 157 Letters of Advice To Apply.

Candidates for the stream, which targets the specific needs of Manitoba employers, required a minimum score of 567 points in the October 24 draw.

The draw also saw 24 LAAs issued through a Strategic Recruitment Initiative, part of the Skilled Workers Overseas stream. These candidates required a minimum score of 685. 

An SRI is when candidates are invited to fulfill a specific labour market need.

A further 16 LAAs were issued through the International Education Stream.


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Manitoba stated that 12 of the 157 candidates had valid Express Entry IDs and job seeker validation codes.

This was the 75th draw in the history of the MPNP.


What Were the Details of October 24 Manitoba Draw?

Stream Sub-Stream Letters of Advice to Apply Score of Lowest Ranked Candidate
1) Skilled Workers in Manitoba 117 567
2) International Education Stream 16
3) Skilled Workers Overseas Strategic Recruitment Initiative 24 685

 

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