The June 7 draw saw candidates in the Skilled Workers Overseas, Skilled Workers in Manitoba, as well as International Education streams, became recipients of ITAs, also called Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs). 121 candidates from the Skilled workers in Manitoba category received ITAs/LAAs followed by 60 and 28 candidates from Skilled workers overseas and International Education Stream respectively.
All recipients of the invitation have a window of 60 days to move to the next stage, where Manitoba nominates economic-class immigration candidates for permanent residence in Canada, by submitting a complete application to MPNP (Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program).
In Manitoba's last year's record-breaking nominations for Canadian permanent residence, 5,207, Skilled Workers in Manitoba and Skilled workers overseas candidates took 65 and 33 percent respectively.
Eligible temporary foreign workers as well as international graduates with current employment in Manitoba who now have a permanent full-time job offer from their employers in Manitoba are classified under the Skilled workers in Manitoba Stream while candidates outside Canada with established connections (family members, friends, work experience, among others) with Manitoba are classified under the Skilled workers overseas stream.
All candidates who are interested in Manitoba's provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence are required to submit an Expression of Interest (EoI) to the MPNP. Candidates will then be graded and ranked according to their scores.
For the 18 candidates, in the Federal Express Entry System, which received ITA, they will get additional 600 points if granted provincial nomination and are therefore due for Canadian permanent residence.
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