Latest Manitoba PNP Draw Results

The province of Manitoba conducted its latest Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draw in the Skills Immigration stream, welcoming a total of 275 candidates to apply for permanent residency.

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In this draw, candidates from various categories were invited to apply, including Skilled Workers in Manitoba, International Education Stream, and Skilled Worker Overseas.

Skilled Worker in Manitoba

Completed Post-Secondary Study in Manitoba

Candidates who had completed post-secondary education in Manitoba, either themselves or their spouses, were eligible for consideration. 156 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) were issued under this category, with the lowest-ranked candidate having a ranking score of 772.

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International Education Stream

Applicants who met the eligibility requirements for the International Education Stream were considered in this draw. A noteworthy 78 candidates received LAAs under this category.

Skilled Worker Overseas

The Skilled Worker Overseas category included profiles directly invited by the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative. A total of 41 LAAs were issued, and the lowest-ranked candidate invited had a ranking score of 713.

Of the 275 LAAs issued in this draw, a special mention goes to 29 candidates who declared a valid Express Entry profile number and job seeker validation code.

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The PNP draw highlights Manitoba’s commitment to attracting skilled individuals connected to the province through education or strategic recruitment initiatives. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program continues to play a crucial role in addressing the labor market needs and demographic challenges of the province.

Candidates who received LAAs in this draw now have the opportunity to submit their applications for permanent residency, taking a significant step toward building their futures in Manitoba.

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