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Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program Application Process

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Manitoba permanent residence invitations over 3000

Manitoba’s latest Expression of Interest draw, which took place on March 28th, saw nearly 600 immigration candidates receive an invitation to apply for permanent residency in Canada.

In total, 595 candidates received the invitation, making the total number of applicants who have been invited to permanent residency in Manitoba over 3100 for the year of 2019 thus far.

The candidates were invited through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program Skilled Workers Overseas, International Education, and Skilled Workers in Manitoba streams. Each candidate had a registered Expression of Interest profile, which is required in order to be considered for nomination.

Each profile receives a score based on factors such as language proficiency, education, work-related skills, age, and, for PNP programs like the one in Manitoba, connections to the province or territory.

The lowest score of a candidate to receive an invitation to apply in this draw was 433, which is a record minimum.

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Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program Application Process

Manitoba Express Entry PNP

Express Entry candidates included in new Manitoba draw

December 5 draw issues total of 530 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination

The province of Manitoba promoted its skilled workers & skilled workers Overseas stream by giving invitation to apply to 530 people in their Provincial nomination Program in December 2018.

The  Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, (MPNP), allows the province to nominate a fixed number for  permanent residence each year.

A large no. of invitations to apply were sent in the December 2018 draw through the Federal Express Entry system, for Canada’s three major federal immigration programs — the  Canadian Experience class, the Federal skill Traders class and the Federal skilled worker class.



The candidates who apply for and receive a provincial nomination from Manitoba got  an additional  600 points in their Express Entry rankings score that guaranteed  an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.



One major criteria was a minimum of months of work experience in an occupation, of demand in Manitoba. Another criteria was an appropriate expression of interest in the Manitoba Provincial nominee Program. The profiles include information on a candidate’s education,work experience, proficiency in English or French and other factors  

A fixed number of the highest-ranked candidates were then sent an  invitation  to apply for a provincial nomination through regular draws from Manitoba’s pool of eligible candidates.



The December 5 draw saw  invitations to apply  to candidates with as low a score as  375 given to skilled workers, for Skilled Workers Overseas candidates it was 596. On the other hand the lowest score for foreign workers invited directly by the MPNP was 711.