Manitoba Expression of Interest Draw

The Latest Manitoba Expression of Interest draw Invites 254 Candidates

In the ever-evolving realm of Canadian immigration, the Latest Manitoba Expression of Interest draw, held on 28 December 2023 emerged as a hope for potential immigrants. This draw witnessed the issuance of 254 Letters of Advice (LAAs) across key immigration streams, underscoring Manitoba’s dedication to attracting skilled individuals and fostering economic prosperity.

Skilled Workers in Manitoba Stream

In this draw, the Skilled Workers in Manitoba stream took center stage by inviting 160 candidates. Notably, those with a close relative in Manitoba had a shot at the provincial nomination, with a minimum score requirement of 612 points.

International Education Stream

The International Education Stream, issued 67 invitations, highlighting Manitoba’s steadfast commitment to fostering global talent. This pathway attracts individuals who have completed their post-secondary education in the province.

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Skilled Workers Overseas Stream

The Skilled Workers Overseas stream, standing as the most favored among the trio, extended a warm welcome to 27 candidates boasting a commendable minimum score of 698 points. This stream strategically targets highly skilled individuals, serving as a testament to Manitoba’s dedication to drawing talent from every corner of the globe. The competitive score prerequisite mirrors the province’s prioritization of candidates adorned with exceptional skills and qualifications.

MPNP Latest Draw Details – 28 Dec. 2023

Category – Skilled Worker (Completed Post-Secondary Study in Manitoba)

  • LAAs: 160
  • Minimum Score Requirement: 612

Category – International Education Stream

  • LAAs: 67

Category – Skilled Workers Overseas

  • LAAs: 27
  • Minimum CRS Score: 698
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Total LAAs Issued: 254

In a notable previous draw held on December 21, Manitoba made a significant move by extending 1,113 invitations through the Skilled Worker Overseas stream. The minimum qualifying score for this draw was set at 601, reflecting the province’s dedication to attracting highly skilled individuals.

A noteworthy detail is that among the invited candidates, a substantial 529 held valid Express Entry IDs and job seeker validation codes.

Immigrate to Manitoba via Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

The Skilled Worker Overseas Stream (SWO) opens doors through both the dedicated Canada Express Entry Pathway and a direct provincial pathway, catering to the diverse needs of international skilled workers.

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Manitoba Express Entry Pathway is designed for international candidates eligible under another MPNP stream, seamlessly aligning with Express Entry criteria and possessing an active Express Entry profile. To qualify, candidates must boast skills, training, and experience in Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupations, coupled with a robust family connection to the province.

In essence, the latest MPNP draw’s selection not only denotes a numerical surge but encapsulates Manitoba’s steadfast dedication to constructing a community that embraces all. This sets a precedent for a province characterized by its warm welcome and dynamism as we embark on the journey that is 2024.

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