In its latest draw, the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) has honed in on skilled workers in the province, with a specific focus on occupations identified with high labor needs. This occupation-specific selection aims to address workforce demands, ensuring a targeted approach to immigration that aligns with Manitoba’s economic priorities.
A total of 542 candidates were selected for the PR process in the recent draw on 5th October 2023.
Date of the draw: 5th October
Occupation-Specific Selection Highlights:
- Letters of Advice to Apply (LAA) Issued: 219
- Ranking Score of Lowest-Ranked Candidate Invited: 610
Profiles not selected in the occupation-specific category were then considered in a broader selection.
- Letters of Advice to Apply Issued: 222
- Ranking Score of Lowest-Ranked Candidate Invited: 629
International Education Stream:
An integral part of Manitoba’s draw included profiles meeting eligibility requirements under the International Education Stream.
- Letters of Advice to Apply Issued: 60
Skilled Worker Overseas:
The draw also encompassed skilled workers overseas who declared being directly invited by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative.
- Letters of Advice to Apply Issued: 41
- Ranking Score of Lowest-Ranked Candidate Invited: 601
In total, 542 Letters of Advice to Apply were issued in this draw, reflecting the province’s commitment to welcoming skilled professionals. A noteworthy aspect is that 140 of these were issued to candidates who declared a valid Express Entry profile number and job seeker validation code, signaling a synchronization with federal immigration pathways.
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