The province of Manitoba conducted 51st expression of interest draw on September 28, 2018 issuing 232 new letters of advice to skilled workers to apply for provincial nomination program.
The latest Expression of Interest Draw, 201 letters of Advice were issued to skilled workers in Manitoba having the lowest-ranked candidate score of 679.
The other 31 applicants who got letters of advice to apply were overseas skilled workers under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative. The candidates with the lowest ranking score of 713 were invited under Manitoba Nominee Program (MPNP).
The Strategic Recruitment Initiative consists of recruitment missions where provincial representatives hold interviews with skilled workers outside the country and the selected skilled workers who meet the eligibility requirements are issued letters of advice to apply.
Additionally, 160 letters of advice to apply are issued to the candidates having:
The applicants who got LAA have 60 days to submit a complete application for a provincial nomination to the MPNP.
Under this stream, the applications are accepted from qualified skilled foreign workers and international student graduates currently working in Manitoba and have permanent job offer letter from the Manitoba employer.
Understanding MPNP Skilled Workers Overseas
This stream is for qualified workers who are outside Canada but demonstrate a strong connection to the province and its labour market. A point based immigration system is used to invite the applicants on the basis of factors like age, educational qualification, work experience, education and adaptability.
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