Manitoba PNP draw invites 363 skilled worker overseas applicants on 9th April 2024


Manitoba PNP draw invites 363 skilled worker overseas applicants on 9th April 2024

The latest Manitoba PNP draw was conducted on the 9th of April; Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) invited 363 applicants out of which 276 applicants fell under Occupation-Specific Selection under the Skilled Workers in Manitoba while 87 invites were shared with Skilled Workers Overseas who had a minimum CRS score of 691 points. Out of the 363 invited applicants, 81 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAA) were issued to applicants who had an active Express Entry profile number and a job seeker validation code.

Mentioned below is the outcome of the latest Manitoba PNP draw 2024:



No. of Invites


9th March, 2024

Skilled Workers in Manitoba (Occupation-Specific Selection)




Skilled Workers Overseas



In this draw, the following National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 occupations were taken into account under Skilled Workers in Manitoba:

33102  - Nurse assistants, orderlies, and patient service representatives

60020 - Managers of retail and wholesale trade

NOCs that are part of sub-major group 731 - General construction trades

What is Manitoba PNP eligibility criteria?

The following are the general prerequisites for eligibility in the Manitoba PNP:
• The applicant must receive at least 60 points out of 100 on Manitoba's point evaluation grid.
• The candidate must have friends, family, or close relatives living in Canada in order to be eligible.
• Applicants must have an invitation to apply from MPNP or have prior work or educational experience in Manitoba.
• Are between the ages of 21 and 45.

• Have worked two years or more of the preceding five years at a full-time employment;

• Present certified copies of the last two years' results of their approved language test, proving that they received at least a CLB 6 overall and in each component;

• Hold a diploma, degree, or certificate from the completion of a post-secondary education or training program that lasted at least a year.

How to apply for Manitoba PNP?

• Create a profile for your Expression of Interest.
• If you receive a Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA), complete the application and mail it to the MPNP.
• An MPNP officer thoroughly reviews your application.
• Within 180 days of being nominated, file a separate application to the IRCC for permanent residency for you and your family. The MPNP sends successful nomination applications.
For more information regarding the most recent MPNP draw, contact our immigration advisors at Aptech Visa at 7503832132. You can also visit our website at  



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