Manitoba's Latest Immigration Draw

Manitoba’s Latest Immigration Draw Invited 1,113 Skilled Workers

In a recent development, Manitoba warmly welcomed skilled professionals from across the globe in its latest draw for the Skilled Worker Overseas Stream of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) on December 21, 2023. This exclusive draw extended a total of 1,113 Letters of Advice (LAAs), presenting a golden opportunity for individuals aspiring to call Manitoba their new home.

Key Highlights of the MPNP Draw on December 21, 2023

This targeted draw catered specifically to the aspirations of Overseas Skilled Workers, inviting 1,113 deserving candidates who achieved an impressive minimum score of 601 points or above. Notably, 529 of these LAAs were granted to candidates with a valid Express Entry profile number and job seeker validation code, adding a strategic layer to the selection process.

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  • Date: December 21, 2023
  • Category: Skilled Workers Overseas
  • Number of LAAs: 1,113
  • Minimum Score Requirement: 601
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Throughout the year, the MPNP has consistently demonstrated its commitment to international talent by extending invitations to skilled workers overseas. This recent draw reaffirms Manitoba’s reputation as an inviting destination for individuals seeking new opportunities and vibrant communities within Canada.

This draw notably focused on candidates outside the scope of specific strategic recruitment initiatives, underlining Manitoba’s commitment to a broader selection of skilled professionals. Candidates with higher scores than the lowest-ranked recipient of a Letter of Advice to Apply are encouraged to review potential reasons for non-selection, such as incomplete language test information or outdated language test validity.

A Cautionary Note on Occupations and Licensing

Candidates working in regulated occupations and fully licensed to work in Manitoba were selected in this draw. However, candidates not actively working in a regulated occupation or lacking proof of completed licensing steps may face challenges in the application process. Such candidates are advised to carefully consider their decision to accept the Letter of Advice to Apply.

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Looking Ahead to Manitoba Immigration in 2024

For those eyeing Manitoba as their future home, the latest MPNP draw opens doors to exciting possibilities. Manitoba’s focus on skilled workers underscores its commitment to building a thriving, diverse community, cementing its status as an attractive destination for those pursuing a brighter future in Canada.

Aspiring immigrants can eagerly anticipate exploring the opportunities that Manitoba offers through its progressive Canada immigration programs. Stay tuned for more updates as Manitoba continues to unlock doors to a world of possibilities for skilled professionals worldwide.

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