Latest Manitoba PNP draw invites 232 candidates

By Vijay Lala

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Immiboards ― Manitoba PNP issued 232 LOAA (Letters of Advice to Apply) in the latest Expression of Interest (EOI) draw held on May 25, 2021.

The latest draw was the 116th Manitoba PNP draw under the EOI system.

The previous MPNP draw occurred on May 6, 2021, where 150 LOAA (Letters of Advice to Apply) were issued.

Details of Manitoba PNP draw 116

166 Letters of Advice to Apply issued to “Skilled workers in Manitoba” category. The score of the lowest-ranked candidate invited was 415 points. 

20 Letters of Advice to Apply issued to “International Education Stream” category candidates. 

46 Letters of Advice to Apply issued to candidates were invited directly by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative.

The score of the lowest-ranked candidate invited in this category was 703.

From all the 232 LOAA issued in this Manitoba PNP draw, 20 LOAA’s went to candidates who declared a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code.

List of all MPNP Draws held in 2021

Manitoba’s EOI system

Candidates who want to immigrate through Manitoba’s Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) need to register an Expression of Interest with the Manitoba PNP (MPNP) program.

Once they register, they are eligible to receive an LOAA through the Skilled Workers in Manitoba and Skilled Workers Overseas streams if they qualify.

Check the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program page for details on each category and understand how to apply it under Manitoba PNP.

Manitoba’s ranks candidates out of 1,000 points based on English or French language skills, education, work experience, Manitoba connections, and other factors.

Check out the Manitoba PNP Points Calculator

Vijay Lala is the founder and editor-in-chief of Immiboards.com. Dual master's degrees in Political Science and Economics, along with a decade of Canadian immigration research experience, have equipped him with a comprehensive understanding of the complexities of immigration law, policy research, and settlement issues. Linkedin  Twitter


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