EOI Draw #156

Draw #156 – September 15, 2022

Skilled Workers in Manitoba

  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 388
  • Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 613

International Education Stream

  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 41

Skilled Workers Overseas

  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 7 who were invited directly by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative
  • Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 726

Of the 436 Letters of Advice to Apply issued in this draw, 150 were issued to candidates who declared a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code.

Notes

  1. Expressions of Interest from Skilled Worker Overseas candidates have only been considered if they:
    • were directly invited by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment initiative; or
    • have an IRCC Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code
  2. Candidates invited with an IRCC Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code will only be eligible to receive a nomination if the Express Entry profile is valid at the time of the application assessment.
  3. If your score is higher than that of the lowest-ranked candidate, but you have not received an Letter of Advice to Apply, this could be because:
    • You have indicated that you have taken an approved third-party language test to demonstrate your language ability in English/French, but have not provided a valid Test Number in your EOI or your language test is no longer valid
    • You have indicated that you have received an Invitation to Apply to the MPNP under a Strategic Initiative, but did not provide a valid Invitation Number
    • Please note that for each question in EOI, help text is available, providing detailed information on the information you should enter. If one of these scenarios applies to you, you may wish to update your EOI with the correct information in order to be considered for the next draw from the EOI pool.
  4. Candidates who indicated they are working in a regulated occupation and are fully licensed to work in Manitoba have been selected in this draw. However, the MPNP may not accept or may refuse full applications from those candidates who are not actually working in a regulated occupation and/or fail to provide proof of having undergone all necessary licensing steps to be employed in Manitoba. If this applies to you, you may wish to consider declining your Letter of Advice to Apply.

Special Immigration Measure – Ukraine Draw #7

Special Immigration Measure* – Ukraine – September 14, 2022

Numbers of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 9

*As part of Manitoba government’s response to the situation in Ukraine and in line with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada special immigration measures for those affected, the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program will conduct regular EOI draws for individuals who meet all MPNP eligibility criteria and are affected by ongoing events in Ukraine.

Note: Expressions of Interest have only been considered if you:

  • are a citizen of Ukraine
  • have a minimum of CLB 4 in each language band
  • have established connection to MB (close relative, family-like, community, previous employment or studies in Manitoba)
  • have a valid language test
  • score at least 60 points according to MPNP assessment criteria

EOI Draw #155

Draw #155 – September 8, 2022

Skilled Workers in Manitoba

  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 217
  • Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 616

International Education Stream

  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 41

Skilled Workers Overseas

  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 20 who were invited directly by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative
  • Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 703

Of the 278 Letters of Advice to Apply issued in this draw, 76 were issued to candidates who declared a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code.

Notes

  1. Expressions of Interest from Skilled Worker Overseas candidates have only been considered if they:
    • were directly invited by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment initiative; or
    • have an IRCC Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code
  2. Candidates invited with an IRCC Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code will only be eligible to receive a nomination if the Express Entry profile is valid at the time of the application assessment.
  3. If your score is higher than that of the lowest-ranked candidate, but you have not received an Letter of Advice to Apply, this could be because:
    • You have indicated that you have taken an approved third-party language test to demonstrate your language ability in English/French, but have not provided a valid Test Number in your EOI or your language test is no longer valid
    • You have indicated that you have received an Invitation to Apply to the MPNP under a Strategic Initiative, but did not provide a valid Invitation Number
    • Please note that for each question in EOI, help text is available, providing detailed information on the information you should enter. If one of these scenarios applies to you, you may wish to update your EOI with the correct information in order to be considered for the next draw from the EOI pool.
  4. Candidates who indicated they are working in a regulated occupation and are fully licensed to work in Manitoba have been selected in this draw. However, the MPNP may not accept or may refuse full applications from those candidates who are not actually working in a regulated occupation and/or fail to provide proof of having undergone all necessary licensing steps to be employed in Manitoba. If this applies to you, you may wish to consider declining your Letter of Advice to Apply.

Manitoba Government Launches Engagement on Addressing Labour Shortage Through Immigration

The Manitoba government invites Manitobans to provide feedback on how immigration could help address labour shortages to understand better their views on this important topic, Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration Minister Jon Reyes announced today.

“Our government recognizes the staffing challenges facing employers, so finding the best ways to tap into the skills and experience that many newcomers have to offer to address the current labour shortage has the potential to lead to a stronger workforce for all Manitobans,” said Reyes. “As we continue to develop a full continuum of immigration programs and services, we value the ideas, advice and experiences of others in shaping immigration policies that produce the greatest benefit for all concerned. I encourage all Manitobans to share their ideas via this public engagement survey to help inform this important aspect of public policy.”

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