Manitoba has invited 191 candidates through Provincial Nominee Program on March 24, 2022. Candidates who want to migrate to Manitoba have to apply for permanent residence through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. Candidates will also have the option to apply for Canada permanent residence after they reach Manitoba.
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Details of the draw
|Date||Type of Invitation||Number of invitations issued||EOI score|
|March 24, 2022||Skilled Workers in Manitoba||102||769|
|Skilled Workers Overseas||64||712|
|International Education Stream||25||no EOI score|
Out of these 191 invitations, 43 invitations were sent to those candidates who have a valid Express Entry ID a job seeker validation code.
Things to consider
- Skilled workers overseas candidates will only be considered through Expressions of interest if either
- They have been invited through MPNP under Strategic Recruitment Initiative
- They have an Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code
- Candidates who have a valid Express ID and job seeker validation code will only be invited if they provide a valid Express Entry profile at the time of assessment.
- There are situations when scores of the candidates are higher than the lowest-ranked candidates, but they have not received a Letter of Advice to Apply. The reasons behind this are as follows:
- Candidates may not have provided a valid test number for the language test.
- The language test is not valid.
- Candidates may not have provided the valid invitation number for the Invitation to Apply that they have received under Strategic Initiative.
- Candidates must know that there is a help text available for each EOI question. If one or more questions are applicable to any candidate, they need to update their EOI to get consideration in the next draw from the EOI pool.
- Candidates may show that they have been working in Manitoba, but MPNP refuses the application from these candidates. In such a case, candidates have to decline their Letter of Advice to Apply.
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