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100th EOI draw held by Manitoba’s PNP

Posted on October 12, 2020
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Manitoba PNP Draw

On October 8, 2020, another 191 immigration candidates received invitations to apply for a provincial nomination through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program [MPNP]. Of the 191 invitations issued, 20 went to Express Entry candidates.

This is Manitoba PNP’s EOI Draw #100. The first draw was held by the MPNP on May 20, 2015.

Candidates that have been invited to apply for a provincial nomination can – if successful in securing the provincial nomination – proceed to apply for Canadian permanent residence with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC].

Provincial nominees get an additional 600 points towards their Comprehensive Ranking System [CRS] score. The CRS comes into play when the profiles are in the Express Entry pool. The higher the CRS score, the sooner can the candidate expect to be invited by IRCC to apply for Canada PR.

EOI Draw #100 – Date of Draw – October 8, 2020 – Total LAAs issued: 191
Category Letters of Advice to Apply [LAAs] sent Minimum EOI score required
Skilled Workers Overseas 14

Directly invited under Strategic Recruitment Initiative.

Skilled Workers in Manitoba 152 528
International Education Stream 25 No EOI score required.

Note. – Of the total 191 LAAs issued, 20 went to candidates that had declared “a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code”.

Those wishing to immigrate to Canada – with the intention of settling in Manitoba – can begin the process with the registration of their Expression of Interest [EOI] profile with the MPNP.

An EOI with the MPNP would be required in order to be considered eligible for receiving an LAA through the Skilled Workers in Manitoba or Skilled Workers Overseas streams.

The MPNP’s Skilled Workers in Manitoba and Skilled Workers Overseas immigration pathways allow the province to nominate skilled workers with the most potential of supporting the labour market needs in Manitoba.

Individuals applying from overseas are required to have an established connection to Manitoba – previous Manitoba experience, family or friends in the province, or a direct invitation through any of the Strategic Recruitment Initiatives of the MPNP.

There is no requirement of being physically present within Manitoba at the time of applying.

Candidates under the Skilled Workers in Manitoba stream must have a full-time permanent job offer from a Manitoba employer, among other eligibility requirements.

International students that have graduated from Manitoba might be eligible for receiving an LAA through the MPNP’s International Education Stream, provided they possess skills that are in demand in the province.

For 2020, the MPNP has an allotment of 5,000 base nominations, along with 875 Express Entry spaces.

Manitoba has issued a total of 3,891 LAAs in 2020 so far.

EOI Draws in 2020 so far Date of Draw Total LAAs sent Of these, invitations received by Express Entry candidates
EOI Draw #80 January 2, 2020 186 24
EOI Draw #81 January 17, 2020 249 22
EOI Draw #82 January 30, 2020 181 11
EOI Draw #83 February 13, 2020 242 15
EOI Draw #84 February 27, 2020 217 20
EOI Draw #85 March 12, 2020 222 17
EOI Draw #86 March 26, 2020 226 29
EOI Draw #87 April 9, 2020 153 15
EOI Draw #88 April 23, 2020 132  7
EOI Draw #89 May 7, 2020 123 14
EOI Draw #90 May 21, 2020  99  9
EOI Draw #91 June 4, 2020 124  9
EOI Draw #92 June 19, 2020 181 10
EOI Draw #93 July 2, 2020 125 10
EOI Draw #94 July 16, 2020 174 18
EOI Draw #95 July 30, 2020 199 15
EOI Draw #96 August 13, 2020 253 23
EOI Draw #97 August 27, 2020 213 23
EOI Draw #98 September 10, 2020 212 22
EOI Draw #99 September 24, 2020 189 18
EOI Draw #100 October 8, 2020 191 20
Total LAAs in 2020 so far – 3,891.

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