In case you missed it, Manitoba issued 347 invitations to apply to their Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) last September 12, 2019.
Well, officially, they call it as ‘Letter of Advice to Apply‘. However, it is the same as getting an invitation to apply (ITA). They’re essentially telling those recipients to formally apply to them since their declared credentials qualify them to the program.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)
Currently, Manitoba is issuing these invitations to those who fit one of 3 criteria under their MPNP:
- Skilled Workers in Manitoba – you should already be living and working in Manitoba;
- International Education Stream – you should be a foreign citizen graduating from an institution in Manitoba; needless to say, you should already be in Manitoba;
- Skilled Workers Overseas – these are individuals living and working outside of Canada who wants to migrate to Manitoba;
In addition, all of the above have a requirement that your job experience should be in their In-Demand Occupation list. You can check out their website for a list of occupations that are in demand in Manitoba. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the list.
Found your occupation? You think you’ll qualify via MPNP?
If yes, you should go ahead and submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the province.
You start this by going to their Expression of Interest Submission page. In this page you’ll find details around the MPNP process, Manitoba’s scoring and ranking system, and instructions on how to apply. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on ‘Apply Now‘ to start your application.
Good luck! Hopefully you’ll be one of the lucky few recipients of the MPNP invitations to apply to the program.
You should read our article about the different Canadian immigration programs. The article touches on the Provincial Nominee Program. And it also details how important it is to your Express Entry profile and immigration application.
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