Manitoba invites 566 immigration Candidates in latest MPNP draw
Manitoba, Canada conducted two separate immigration draws on 6 April 2023 for its Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Regular MPNP draws reaffirms Manitoba's commitment to luring skilled workers. In these latest draws, the province has issued a total of 566 LAAs (Letters of Advice) to the suitable candidates to apply for the provincial nomination.
Occupation-specific Draw for Skilled Worker in Manitoba
In occupation specific draw, MPNP invited 225 candidates. Find below the Occupation-based draw result of MPNP:
- Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 225
- Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 615
Targeted occupation- 62 - Retail sales and service supervisors and specialized occupations in sales and services.
Regular MPNP Draw for All occupations
In the regular draw, the province of Manitoba invited 226 candidates under Skilled Workers in Manitoba category, while skilled worker overseas stream received 54 Letters of Advice (LAAs) to apply for provincial nomination.
All-Occupation MPNP Draw Result- 6 April 2023
With these periodic immigration draws of MPNP, Manitoba continues to station itself as an attractive place for the skilled and talented people looking to build a new life in Canada. These draws mark the start of the month's MPNP regular invitation rounds, which are eagerly awaited by immigration aspirants across the world.
Manitoba's focus on occupation-specific draws is a confirmation of its determination to bring in skilled and talented newcomers who can contribute to the province's economic growth and development.
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) has several immigration streams. Each stream has its own requirements and application process.
Applicants nominated for Canadian Permanent Residency (PR) Visa by Manitoba via MPNP are given priority processing by the government of Canada for permanent residency. The Manitoba PNP is one of Canada’s numerous provincial nominee programs, each designed to lure skilled workers and entrepreneurs to various parts of the country.