Nationwide Visas
Latest News
Canada invites 3,400 Express entry candidates in the latest express draw for PR Visa - 22nd January 2020  | Express Entry candidates with CRS score of 350 invited by Alberta for Provincial Nomination - 22nd January 2020  | Manitoba Invited 249 Immigrants for Provincial Nomination for PR Visa in Latest EOI Draw - 21st January 2020  | Express Entry Candidate with Tech Work Experience Invited in Latest OINP Draw for a Provincial Nomination - 16th January 2020  | Saskatchewans Second Round of Invitations Invites 234 Candidates for Provincial Nomination - 15th January 2020  | 308 candidates invited in latest Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupation In-demand draw - 10th January 2020  | First Draw of Ontario in 2020 Invites Express Entry Candidates for A Provincial Nomination - 9th January 2020  | First Express Draw of the Year 2020 invites 3,400 Express Entry Candidates to Apply for Canada PR Visa - 8th January 2020  | Manitobas First EOI Draw Of The Year 2020 Invites 186 Candidates - 8th January 2020  | Settlement Funds Updated For Express Entry Program In 2020 - 4th January 2020  | 595 Occupation In-Demand And Express Entry Candidates Invited In Latest Saskatchewan EOI Draw - 23rd December 2019  | Express Entry candidates in Advertising, Marketing or Public Relations Invited by Nova Scotia - 22nd December 2019  | Skilled Workers And International Graduates Invited in Latest Manitoba Provincial Draw - 22nd December 2019  | Drop-In CRS Score For Latest Express Draws - 19th December 2019  | Double Nominations for PR by 2022 for Ontario - 18th December 2019  | Latest Express Draw Invites 3,200 Express Entry Candidates for Canada PR Visa - 11th December 2019
Nationwide Immigration » Latest-news » Latest Manitoba’ Skilled Worker Overseas Draw Sees 338 Invitations Issued for Express Entry Candidates

9th express entry draw 2018

Latest Manitoba’ Skilled Worker Overseas Draw Sees 338 Invitations Issued for Express Entry Candidates

Latest Manitoba’ Skilled Worker Overseas Draw Sees 338 Invitations

On February 21, Manitoba holds their second draw for their Skilled Worker Overseas stream under the space of six days. The latest draw sees the total number of invitations issued to be 338 invitations.

There is the unspecified number of candidates who have applied via the federal government’s express entry program issued invitations by the Manitoba’s Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) in the latest draw which brings the total number of invitations issued this year to 1,864.

Express entry is a point-based program that manages the profiles of the candidates who have applied under the three skilled economic programs: Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC). On successfully landing a provincial nomination, express entry candidates are awarded 600 CRS points. These many points are more than enough to get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) to apply for permanent residence visa to the Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

For express entry’s candidates to be eligible for Manitoba’s provincial nomination program (MPNP), they have to register via the “Expression of Interest” (EOI) system and then the profile of the candidates will be given a score based on the Manitoba’s point assessment grid. The lowest score of the express entry candidate who was issued the invitation is 566 points and the other requirements to be met are as follows:

  • A valid express entry ID and job-seeker validation code.
  • At least six months of recent experience in a profession on the province’s In-Demand Occupations List.

Other invitations were also issued to the candidates who have applied under the Skilled Worker Overseas stream under the MPNP. The requirements for the candidates were are as follows:

  • A close relative in Manitoba or past education or work experience in the province.
  • At least six months of recent work experience in a profession on Manitoba’s In-Demand Occupations List.
  • A minimum language proficiency in English or French language of CLB level 5 unless the work experience is primarily in a regulated occupation, in which case the requirement is a minimum of CLB level 7, or a compulsory trade, in which case the minimum the CLB level is 6.

Reference is taken from CIC news

Leave a Reply

How can we help ?
Call +91-92 92 92 92 81
or Submit Below
24 Hour Response time

We Don't Deal In Work Permit










Agree I confirm that the information given in this form is true, complete and accurate

Important Links

Show Less    Show More


Our Client's Testimonails
Nationwide Immigration Consultants

Looking Forward To Start Your PR Process?

Book Counselling Right Now

We Don't Deal In Work Permit