Manitoba holds a new draw Issues 337 Letters of Advice to Apply

March 16, 2019
2019 is serving to be a busy year for Manitoba. It has conducted a new Expression of Interest draw on March 14th exclusively for candidates in Skilled Workers Overseas stream.  Additionally, it has issued 337 Letters of Advice to Apply to seek the nomination for permanent residence in Canada.

Manitoba holds a new draw Issues 337 Letters of Advice to Apply

274 Skilled Workers Overseas candidates had a profile in the federal EE system.

Canada has an Express Entry system to manage the pool of candidates for its economic immigration programs.

These are the:

• Federal Skilled Trades Class

• Federal Skilled Worker Class, and finally

• Canadian Experience Class

Such candidates receiving the provincial nomination get additional 600 points in their CRS score. MPNP has so far issued 1,931 invitations in the Skilled Workers Overseas Stream in six draws this year. The MPNP is a vibrant part of Provincial Nominee Program, in Canada. Additionally, it allows participating provinces/territories for nominating specific economic immigration candidates to seek permanent residence each year in Canada.

The candidates interested in seeking the Manitoba provincial nomination by using the SWO Stream must first register an Expression of Interest profile with the Program. The profile gets a score based on unique point’s grid of the province.

Moreover, a specific number of the top ranking candidates receive an invitation for applying to get the provincial nomination for PR in Canada. The authorities conduct regular draws from the pool to select the candidates. The minimum score in the group of EE candidates was 564. The Program stated that the requirements of the candidates in this draw were:

• Having a  job-seeker validation code and a valid EE ID, and; 

• six months of recent Work experience in a profession present on the In-Demand Occupations List of the province

The candidates also received the Invitations with the following conditions:

• having a near relative or past education/work experience also in the province;

• six months of  work experience (  recent),  in a job present on its In-Demand Occupations List; and finally,

• A minimum language proficiency level in English or French of CLB/NCLC 5. Additionally, when the work experience is in the regulated occupation, the requirement is CLB/NCLC 7. Finally, the minimum for compulsory trade is CLB/NCLC 6.

63 LAAs were issued to overseas skilled workers directly using the overseas Strategic Recruitment Initiative of the MPNP in cooperation with provincial employers. The minimum score for these candidates was 695.
For More Immigration News & Updates Follow Us Facebook
comments powered by Disqus


Hi! How can we help you?

Click below button to start chat

Chat Icon
chat icon