Manitoba PNP invites 308 applicants in the latest PNP draw 2023
The Manitoba Provincial Nomination Program sent an invitation to 308 candidates on February 9th. Candidates must satisfy a minimum set of standards that are particular to their program in order to be invited. The province sent out invitations to:
With a minimum score of 720, Manitoba's Skilled Workers issued 221 invites.
With a minimum score of 709, Skilled Workers Overseas sent out 32 invitations.
55 invitations with no minimum score were sent out by the International Education Stream.
Thirty-Three of the applicants who were asked to apply had profiles in the Express Entry pool
Latest Manitoba PNP draw 2023:
February 9th, 2023
Skilled Workers Manitoba
Skilled Workers Overseas
International Education Stream
Things to Consider:
Between September 15 and October 6, 2022, the method for expressing interest was improved. The period in question saw no draws.
As more EOI profiles are submitted than the program can handle, interest in the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program is still quite high. Since the reactivation of the EOI system, draw scores have improved in comparison to preceding drawings. On November 17, 2022, the draws were restarted.
A candidate's expression of interest in a skilled worker overseas has only been taken into consideration if:
- the MPNP explicitly invited you as part of a Strategic Recruitment Initiative; you have a current Express Entry profile number and job seeker validation code.
- Only those applicants who accept an invitation with an Express Entry profile number and job seeker validation code will be qualified for a nomination.
Candidates who are invited with an Express Entry profile number and job seeker validation code are only qualified to be nominated if the Express Entry profile is active at the time the application is evaluated.
If you have taken an approved third-party language test to prove your proficiency in English or French but have not provided a valid Test Number in your EOI or your language test is no longer valid but your score is higher than the lowest-ranked candidate, this could be because:
- You have stated that you have taken an approved third-party language test to prove your proficiency in English or French, but you have not included a valid Test Number in your EOI or your language test is no longer valid; you have also stated that you have received an invitation to apply to the MPNP through a Strategic Recruitment Initiative, but you have not included a valid invitation number.
- Please be aware that the EOI contains help language for each question, which provides thorough instructions on the data you must submit. If any of these situations apply to you, you might want to update your EOI with the updated details in order to be taken into account for the upcoming draw from the EOI pool.
The draw has chosen candidates who declared they are employed in a regulated industry and have a valid Manitoba work permit. It is, however, possible for the MPNP to reject or reject complete applications of applicants who are not genuinely employed in regulated occupations and/or fail to submit documentation proving they have completed all stages of the Manitoba employment licensing process. If this applies to you, you might want to think about turning down your letter of recommendation to apply.
What are the eligibility requirements for Manitoba Skilled Workers Overseas?
- An applicant must be at least 18 years old
- A position on the list of in-demand professions for at least a year of work experience
- Received a postsecondary diploma (duration must be at least one year)
- If a license is required, you must submit an application to the appropriate regulatory agency for a skills evaluation.
- Manifestation of the desire to work and live in Manitoba
- A close friend or relative who has resided in Manitoba for at least a year and has confirmed their support.
- Possess a current ITA (Invitation to Apply) issued by the MPNP.
- Language skills for NOC skill level B, CLB/NCLC 6, and for NOC skill level A or 0, CLB/NCLC 7.
- Show evidence of funds you have.
How to apply for Manitoba PNP?
- First and foremost create a profile (Expression of Interest).
- If and upon receiving the Letter of Advice to Apply, submit the application to MPNP
- Your application will go under a thorough evaluation by the MPNP official.
- Then, the successful applications receive a nomination through the Manitoba PNP
- Within 180 days apply for your Canada PR Visa in a separate application.
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