EOI Draw #214

Manitoba Extended 276 Letters of Advice in the EOI Draw #214

Manitoba’s Expression of Interest (EOI) Draw #214, conducted on April 9, 2024, by Manitoba Immigration Pathways, has shed light on the province’s skilled worker streams and international education pathways. Let’s delve into the details of this draw and understand its significance for prospective immigrants.

EOI Draw Overview

In Draw #214, Manitoba extended 276 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) under the Skilled Worker in Manitoba stream. These invitations were specifically targeted at individuals currently employed in high-demand occupations within the province, as identified by Statistics Canada.

Occupation-Specific Selection

The draw considered profiles declaring employment in occupations such as nurse aides, retail and wholesale trade managers, and various general construction trades. These occupations, crucial to Manitoba’s labor market, received special attention in the selection process.

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Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

Under this stream, 87 LAAs were issued, targeting candidates directly invited by the MPNP under Strategic Recruitment Initiatives. The lowest-ranked candidate invited had a ranking score of 691, highlighting the competitive nature of the selection process.

Consideration for Express Entry Candidates

Out of the 363 LAAs issued, 81 were offered to candidates with valid Express Entry profiles and job seeker validation codes. This underscores Manitoba’s commitment to integrating Express Entry candidates into its immigration pathways.

EOI Submission Process

Submitting an EOI is the initial step for prospective immigrants interested in Manitoba immigration through the MPNP. It involves creating an online profile and completing a series of questions to receive EOI ranking points. The highest-scoring candidates are regularly invited to submit full applications.

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Factors Affecting EOI Ranking

Candidates are ranked based on factors such as language proficiency, age, work experience, education, adaptability, and risk assessment. Each factor contributes to the overall ranking score, determining eligibility for receiving an LAA.

EOI Draw #214 offers valuable insights into Manitoba’s immigration pathways, emphasizing the province’s focus on attracting skilled workers and international graduates. With a transparent selection process and consideration of various factors, Manitoba continues to pave the way for individuals seeking to make Manitoba their new home.

Aspiring immigrants are encouraged to explore the EOI submission process and seize the opportunity to embark on their journey toward Manitoba residency.

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