Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) January 31, 2019 Draw #57
January 31, 2019 MPNP Draw #57
Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream
- 124 Letters of Advice to Apply issued with minimum score of 575
International Education Stream
- 17 Letters of Advice to Apply issued
Skilled Workers Overseas
- 16 Letters of Advice to Apply issued to those under the Strategic Recruitment Initiative with a minimum score of 705
- 299 Letters of Advice to Apply (with a minimum score of 572) issued to those who have:
- a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code and at least 6 months of recent experience in an occupation on Manitoba’s In-demand Occupations list
- a close relative residing in Manitoba or past education or work experience in Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupations list; and
- a minimum language proficiency of CLB/NCLC 5 unless work experience is primarily in a regulated occupation (minimum CLB/NCLC 7) or a compulsory trade (CLB/NCLC 6).
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program issued a total of 626 ITA (Invitation to Apply) for permanent residence in their province. Those who received a nomination from Manitoba received an additional 600 points on their Express Entry ranking score which assures them of an ITA for Canadian permanent residence.
Successful applicants will receive a Manitoba Nomination Certificate, which will speed-up the Canada Permanent Resident application process . Under the Manitoba Nominee Program (MPNP), you may qualify under one of four streams
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