Ukrainians Targeted In Latest Manitoba Canada Immigration Draw

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Ukrainians Targeted In Latest Manitoba Canada Immigration Draw
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Candidates impacted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine were targeted in a new draw through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.

The November 22 draw saw Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) issued to 11 candidates, requiring a minimum score of 60 points.

To be considered, candidates also had to meet the following requirements:

  • Be a citizen of Ukraine.
  • Minimum of CLB 4 in each language band.
  • Established connection to Manitoba (close relative, family-like, community, previous employment or studies in Manitoba).
  • Valid language test.
  • Score at least 60 points according to MPNP assessment criteria.

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