Manitoba PNP Conducted draw on May 18, 2023, and invited 526 Candidates
Manitoba PNP invited 526 applicants on May 18, 2023, with the Lowest CRS score of 721, here 225 Express Entry candidates (who have job seeker validation codes) also got a Letter of Advice to apply. Manitoba conducted this Draw under various streams. Please find the Manitoba PNP Draw category, number of invitations, lowest ranking score, etc.
1. Skilled Worker in Manitoba
a) Occupation-specific selection (7330 - Transport and transit drivers)
- Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 287
- Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 610
b) All occupations
- Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 191
- Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 701
2. International Education Stream
- Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 21
3. Skilled Worker Overseas
- Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 27
- Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 721
What is Manitoba PNP?
Manitoba PNP refers to the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. It Allows Manitoba to nominate eligible foreign skilled workers for Nomination, based on applicants’ skills, work experience, and language proficiency and score. The program is designed to attract and retain highly skilled workers who can contribute to Manitoba's economy and community.
Successful applicants through the Manitoba PNP receive a provincial nomination, which fast-tracks their application for Canada PR (permanent residency) with IRCC.
When was Manitoba's last draw?
As of My Knowledge, Manitoba PNP's last Draw was conducted on May 4, 2023, and invited 539 invitations with the lowest score of 606. Please find the Manitoba PNP's last Draw
|Date||Stream||Minimum CRS score||ITA Issued||Description|
|April 6, 2023||Skilled Worker in Manitoba||606||252||
Occupation-specific selection NOC codes below
12 - Administrative and financial supervisors and specialized administrative occupations
22 - Technical occupations related to natural and applied sciences
70 - Middle management occupations in trades and transportation
|April 6, 2023||Skilled Worker in Manitoba||650||199||All Occupations|
|April 6, 2023||International Education Stream||N/A||39||N/A|
|April 6, 2023||Skilled Worker Overseas||699||49||N/A|
Why Manitoba PNP draw is so high?
Manitoba PNP draw is so high Here are a few factors that can contribute to higher draw scores in the Manitoba PNP:
Popularity and Demand:
Manitoba is a desirable province for many immigrants due to its easiest immigration norms, quality of life, and diverse opportunities. The popularity of the Manitoba PNP makes it more completive and resultant which can lead to higher competition and higher draw scores.
Provincial Nominee Program Criteria:
The criteria and requirements set by the Manitoba PNP can influence the draw scores. If the program establishes higher eligibility standards or gives more weight to certain factors like work experience or education, it can lead to higher scores required for selection.
Specific Streams or Occupations:
The demand for certain occupations in the Manitoba PNP can also impact draw scores. If there is a high demand for workers in particular sectors, the minimum score required to receive an invitation to apply may be higher.
Program Changes and Updates:
Changes to the Manitoba PNP such as stream allocations, or selection criteria, can affect draw scores. Updates that result in increased eligibility requirements or changes in the selection process can lead to higher scores.
It's important to note that draw scores can fluctuate over time based on these and other factors. The Manitoba PNP aims to select candidates who meet the specific needs of the province while managing immigration levels effectively.
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