91st Manitoba EOI draw invites 124 applicants

Manitoba on June 04 invites 124 applicants from MPNP’s Skilled Workers Manitoba (SWM), Skilled Worker Overseas (SWO), and International Education Stream (IES).

91st Manitoba EOI draw invites 124 applicants under its Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). The selected applicants can now apply for nomination for permanent residence in Canada. If you too received a Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA) in this draw, then it means:

  • You applied under one of the MPNP streams, and
  • Have a qualifying CRS score for the same.

To qualify in the latest MPNP draw you must have the following CRS score:

Skilled Workers in Manitoba (SWM)

Under this category, Manitoba invited 84 applicants with a minimum CRS score of 523.

Skilled Workers Overseas (SWO)

For this category, MPNP selected 21 applicants directly under its Strategic Recruitment Initiative. The applicants needed a minimum CRS score of 703.

International Education Stream (IES)

However, for this category, Manitoba selected 19 applicants, but it has not shared the minimum CRS score requirement.


Out of the total 124 LAA’s issued, 9 LAA’s were issued to applicants from the Express Entry (EE) system. To qualify applicants needed to have a valid EE id and a job-seeker validation code. 

91st Manitoba EOI draw invites 124 applicants

On June 4, 91st Manitoba EOI draw invites 124 applicants to apply for nomination for a Canada PR. MPNP helps the province to select skilled workers and students to meet its labour market needs and grow the economy. Also, MPNP is linked to Canada’s most popular immigration pathway called the Express Entry (EE) system. The EE system manages applications from 3 main economic streams such as:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
  • Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

If you apply through this system then your profile is firstly assessed as per Human Capital factors such as age, language skills, education level and work experience. After that, your profile will receive a ranking which will help you in receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in regular EE draws. But having an EE profile and ranking does not guarantee an ITA. To qualify you must have the minimum qualifying CRS score. Further, if you receive a nomination against your EE profile then you will receive an extra 600 CRS score. As a result, your chances of receiving an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence increases.

91st Manitoba EOI draw assessed profiles as per its EOI system

To qualify in the 91st Manitoba EOI draw on June 04, applicants from SWO and SWM streams needed to have an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile. As Manitoba assess profiles as per its EOI system. EOI system ranks all profiles who meets its terms such as education level, work experience, connection to Manitoba, language skills, etc. After that, it ranks these profile out of a score of 1000. As a result, in the latest draw, SWM applicants needed a CRS score of 523, whereas SWO applicants needed a CRS score of 703.

To be selected under MPNP SWM stream you must have a full time, permanent, paid job offer from a Manitoba employer, in addition to other qualifying terms. Whereas for SWO stream, you must have a strong Manitoba connection, education level, language skills, work experience in Manitoba, or must have a direct invitation from the Strategic Recruitment Initiative by MPNP.

To qualify under the IES, you must have certain in-demand skills. You can apply under one of its 3 sub-streams such as:

  • Career Employment Pathway
  • Graduate Internship Pathway
  • International Student Entrepreneur Pilot

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