Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

Manitoba Invited 104 Candidates Under the Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

Manitoba recently conducted an Expression of Interest (EOI) draw on March 8, 2024, marking the first draw of the month and the fourth in 2024. This draw, held under the Skilled Worker Overseas stream, issued invitations to 104 candidates.

In this draw, the lowest-ranked candidate was invited with a CRS score of 614. Notably, 20 invitations were extended to candidates with a valid Express Entry profile number and job seeker validation code.

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) conducts monthly draws inviting candidates from various streams. The province’s application inventory needs to determine the size, type, minimum score, and date of these draws.

Including the March 8 draw, Manitoba PNP has invited 1,084 candidates across four EOI draws in 2024.

Manitoba PNP Streams

The recent draw reflects Manitoba’s trend of issuing high invites with low scores. The consecutive draws indicate the province’s aim to increase the pool of candidates eligible for provincial nomination under MPNP streams.

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1. Skilled Worker Stream

  • Skilled Worker in Manitoba
  • Skilled Worker Overseas

2. International Education Stream

  • Career Employment Pathway
  • Graduate Internship Pathway
  • International Student Entrepreneur Pilot

3. Business Investor Stream

  • Entrepreneur Pathway
  • Farm Investor Pathway

To apply, candidates must create an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile, providing accurate details about education, work experience, language proficiency, and more. The MPNP points calculator assigns a score based on these details, with higher scores increasing the chances of receiving an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.

The Manitoba PNP draws are instrumental in attracting skilled workers and entrepreneurs to the province, contributing to its economic growth and diversity. As the program continues to evolve, it remains a crucial pathway for individuals seeking to build their futures in Manitoba.

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About Manitoba

Situated in the heart of Canada, Manitoba stands as one of the country’s Prairie Provinces, boasting a population of over 1,272,000 residents. The province’s bustling capital, Winnipeg, serves as its largest city, home to more than 780,000 individuals, while Brandon, its second-largest city, houses around 53,000 inhabitants. In recent years, Manitoba has witnessed a steady influx of immigrants, with over 13,000 newcomers choosing to make the province their home each year.

Manitoba’s economy thrives on its key sectors, namely mining, manufacturing, and agriculture. With a rich agricultural landscape, particularly in southern Manitoba, the province yields a diverse range of crops including wheat, barley, oats, sunflowers, flax, and canola, alongside dairy and livestock farms. This agricultural prowess has given rise to a flourishing food processing industry. Additionally, Manitoba boasts significant manufacturing, aerospace, and transportation sectors. Winnipeg, in particular, hosts a substantial financial and insurance industry, alongside government administration and services.

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Presently, Manitoba maintains a commendable unemployment rate of 5.6%, notably lower than the Canadian average of 6.8%. The province’s economy is poised for continued growth, promising ample job opportunities in the foreseeable future. To support immigrants in their settlement journey, the Government of Manitoba offers various assistance programs, including free English as an Additional Language (EAL) classes, job preparation initiatives, and mentorship opportunities tailored to different professions.

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