Manitoba Recently Issued 6,574 Letters of Advice to Apply for Skilled Workers

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In the draw that is held on October 10, Manitoba invited 193 members for provincial Canadian permanent residence nomination.

The candidates invited by Manitoba had their profiles registered under the streams including Skilled Worker in Manitoba, International Education Stream or Skilled Overseas.

Manitoba in addition to P.R nomination, also issued 6,474 letters of advice to Apply for migrating candidates (LAAs) in these pathways this year.

Express Entry

The Federal Express Entry System had qualified 24 candidates, having a valid profile, from the list issued by Manitoba.

The candidates who got qualified for the Express Entry pool were given ranks based on their CRS score considering several human factors including, age, education, work experience and language ability.

The candidates with highest-scores were given an opportunity to apply for Canadian permanent residence through Express Entry pool’s typical draws.

The candidates were even awarded an additional 600 CRS points along with guaranteed invitation to apply for Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

To get shortlisted from Manitoba’s provincial nomination, the Express Entry candidates must consist of eligible work experience in any one of the in-demand occupations from Manitoba and should submit an expression of interest separately along with the MPNP. Click Here for Canada PR Free Eligibility Check.

 

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