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Manitoba Issues Invitations in thress MPNP streams

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[vc_row rt_row_background_width=”fullwidth” rt_row_content_width=”default” rt_row_style=”default-style” rt_row_height=”” rt_column_gaps=”” rt_row_shadows=”” rt_row_borders=”” rt_bg_effect=”classic” rt_bg_image_repeat=”repeat” rt_bg_size=”cover” rt_bg_position=”right top” rt_bg_attachment=”scroll” rt_bg_layer=”” rt_bg_video_format=”self-hosted”][vc_column rt_bg_effect=”classic” rt_bg_image_repeat=”repeat” rt_bg_size=”auto auto” rt_bg_position=”right top” rt_bg_attachment=”scroll”][vc_single_image source=”featured_image” img_size=”full”][vc_column_text]Manitoba in its draw for Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program held on the 25th of April, 2019 issued 299 invitations to candidates to apply for provincial nomination through its province. In this draw, the breakdown of the invitations issued is given below:

Program Number of Invitation Issued

  • Skilled Workers in Manitoba: 208
  • International Education Stream: 25
  • Skilled Workers Overseas: 66

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For you to be considered for nomination for permanent residence by MPNP, you must first submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the government of Manitoba and provide all necessary and requested information, some of which include details on your education, work experience, language skills in English or French and connections to Manitoba.

Those with the highest scores in a pool of applicants are issued a Letter of Advice to Apply for a provincial nomination through regular draws that are carried out. For this invite, the lowest score drawn from the pool was 510 for Skilled Workers in Manitoba and 632 for Skilled Workers Overseas candidates.
To find out if you are eligible to apply, fill out our free assessment form today.

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