The latest Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) draw saw 173 applicants be invited for Permanent Residency. The draw on July 18, 2019, saw Letter of Advice to Apply (LAAs) be issued across the following categories:
- Skilled Workers in Manitoba: 110
- International Education Stream: 23
- Skilled Worker Overseas: 40
The applicants who received LAA have 60 days to complete the application and provide all the supporting documents required.
29 Applicants from the 173 were in Express Entry pool. These applicants will receive an additional 600 CRS points if they choose to go forward with this provincial nomination. They would effectively go ahead and secure Permanent Residency from the government of Canada with their boosted CRS scores.
As with any provincial nomination, these applicants would have to relocate to a city within the designated province for the foreseeable future if the application is successfully processed.
How do you get selected for MPNP?
You will need to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to be considered for the next MPNP draw. Profiles are active for 1 year (similar to Express Entry profiles for Federal Skilled Workers Program).
Expression of Interest application comprises of the following:
- Your identity
- Your contact information
- Your education, work experience and official language proficiency
- Your connection to Manitoba and Canada
MPNP draws are held throughout the year inviting people with the highest EOI ranks to submit a complete application.
You can get started with the process by signing up for MPNP account here.