On March 25, 2021, the Canadian province Manitoba conducted Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) Draw #111 under the Expression of Interest (EOI) System. This is the sixth (6th) of the year 2021.
In this draw, a total of 335 candidates received invitations to apply (ITA) for applying for Permanent Residence in Manitoba province, and out of 335 issued invitations, 49 invitations were issued to candidates who declared a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code.
Categories selected in this draw include Skilled Workers in Manitoba, International Education Stream, and Skilled Workers Overseas.
The count of issued invitations and minimum required score in each category is as follows:
Category: Skilled Workers in Manitoba
• Invitations issued: 285
• CRS Score: 423
Category: International Education Stream
• Invitations issued: 41
Category: Skilled Workers Overseas
• Invitations issued: 9
• CRS Score: 711
Note: Applicants were invited directly by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative.
What is the application processing fees for Skilled Worker for MPNP?
Application processing fees charged by MPNP for skilled workers is CAD $500.
Can I submit my application for MPNP if I have been refused by other province under an immigration program?
Yes. You can submit your application for MPNP even if your application was previously refused by other province. You need to share the letter of refusal with the case processing officer at the time of submitting the application, so that they can evaluate the factors for refusal.
What is the eligibility criteria for MPNP Skilled Worker Overseas Stream?
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