New MPNP Draw Focuses On Skilled Workers With Manitoba Experience

Manitoba PNP Draw: Province Issues 275 Canada Immigration Invitations
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Manitoba immigration has conducted a new draw focusing mainly on skilled workers with work experience in the province.

The May 23 Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program draw saw 119 out of 196 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) issued through the Skilled Workers in Manitoba stream.

SWM candidates required a minimum score of 548 points.

Candidates through a Strategic Recruitment Initiative (SRI) received 60 LAAs, with a minimum score of 506 points.

An SRI, part of the Skilled Workers Overseas stream, is when candidates are invited to fulfill a specific labour market need.

The final 17 LAAs issued were through the International Education Stream, for which a minimum score is not published.

This was the 66th draw in the history of the MPNP.

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What Were the Details of May 23 Manitoba Draw?



Letters of Advice to Apply

Score of Lowest Ranked Candidate

1) Skilled Workers in Manitoba



2) International Education Stream


3) Skilled Workers Overseas

Strategic Recruitment Initiative



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