On January 28, 2022, Manitoba Immigration published the details of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) Draw #135 conducted on January 27, 2022.
This is the second draw of the year 2022, and as a result of this draw, 315 skilled immigrants received Letters of Advice to Apply (LAA) to apply for a Permanent Residence in Manitoba. Out of a total of 315, 69 Immigrants with an active Express Entry profile on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) online portal received Letters of Advice to Apply (LAA).
The draw’s details, including the number of invites sent out and the required Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score in each category, are listed below:
SKILLED WORKERS IN MANITOBA
• Invitations issued: 212
• CRS Score: 609
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION STREAM
• Invitations issued: 40
A Manitoba Supporter is a close relative or friend/distant relative of the applicant, who is a resident of Manitoba and is willing to support the applicant in settling and finding an employment in Manitoba. Manitoba Supporter must be:
• Currently living in Manitoba from the past one year (continuously).
• A Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.
• Able to present strong ties with Primary Applicant and to Manitoba.
• Able to support the Applicant’s Settlement Plan
Having friends or relatives in another province does not automatically result in a refusal of an application. The MPNP, on the other hand, must be convinced that the applicant will not come to Canada and live in the province where those friends or relatives are currently residing. It is up to you to convince the MPNP that you are serious about relocating to Manitoba.
All the applicants who are submitting their application through Skilled Worker Overseas Stream, need to demonstrate their strong ties in terms of
• Support of family members or friends
• Previous education or work experience in Manitoba
Additionally, candidate also need to score at least 60 points based on five factors in order to be eligible. These five factors are:
• Factor 1: Language Proficiency
• Factor 2: Age
• Factor 3: Work Experience
• Factor 4: Education
• Factor 5: Adaptability
A connection to Manitoba, such as a job offer, a relative, a friend, or previous education or work experience in Manitoba, is regarded as an important component of the MPNP. Without any connections in Manitoba, one may apply to the Business Investor stream.If you have no connections or strong ties to Manitoba and want to migrate, you can look for regional immigration initiatives run by:
• RNIP – Brandon
• RNIP – Altona
Yes you can. You will be required to inform the MPNP about the application made previously to another Provincial or Federal immigration program, and its result. You have to share the copies of the letter of refusal. Additionally, the application should also contain sufficient information that allows MPNP to evaluate why the factors for refusal in the other Provincial or Federal programs do not apply to the application to Manitoba.
There is no right of appeal to the MPNP once a decision has been made. The Procedural Fairness Policy was implemented by the MPNP to allow you to express your concerns before a final decision is reached.