The Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA), was issued to 609 candidates under the 19th draw conducted by Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program on 29th July 2016. Manitoba is a central Canadian province, which issue LAA’s via two sub categories under Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). The two sub-categories include Skilled Workers in Manitoba (SWM) and Skilled Workers Overseas (SWO) sub-categories. 155 LAAs were issued to the applicants via SWM sub-category and 454 LAAs were issued under SWO sub category under MPNP.
The previous draw was happened in the last month inviting 551 candidates. The MPNP skilled Workers visa is based on the requirements of the employers in the Manitoba. This visa is designed to fill the skill gap in the Manitoba province of Canada. The successful candidates who receive the Manitoba provincial nomination certificate could apply for PR status in Canada.
This immigration option is good enough for those candidates who could not make out to migrate to Canada through Federal Express Entry system. The MPNP requires lower scores than that of Federal skilled worker class.
MPNP skilled workers in Manitoba
This category is particularly for those foreign candidates who are presently studying or working in Manitoba. The candidates under this category do not have to undergo point based assessment.
MPNP skilled workers overseas
To invite skilled workers from all over the world, who can fill the skill gap in the Manitoba province, a point based assessment system is being designed based on age, education, experience, language proficiency, and adaptability. The candidates could be granted some points if they have any prior connection with Manitoba and points could also be deducted based on the risk assessment factors.
If you are interested in finding out whether you are eligible for MPNP skilled workers overseas category, then contact Globaltree immigration services for assistance.