Among the entire 242 applicants invited, 15 applicants were having a profile in the pool of Express Entry.
An Express Entry applicant must provide an EOI (Expression of Interest) to the Manitoba PNP if they aspire to be recognized for Manitoba province’s provincial nomination. They need to have relevant skilled work experience in one of the in-demand professions of Manitoba and satisfy specific other criteria to be eligible. Those who obtain a provincial nomination from the province of Manitoba will have 600 extra Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points to their total score of CRS. It assures them with an Invitation to Apply for Canada PR in the succeeding federal Express Entry draw.
Those immigration applicants who want to be nominated by the province of Manitoba beneath either Skilled Workers in Manitoba stream or the Skilled Workers Overseas stream must submit an Expression of Interest to the Manitoba's PNP initially. Based on the details provided in the EOI, each candidate is evaluated on several eligibility factors such as the age of the applicant, educational level, skilled work experience, language ability, previous attachments to the Manitoba province, etc., and granted a score out of 1000 points. The top-scoring contestants are announced with Letters of Advice to Apply or Invitations to Apply by the Manitoba PNP. The least required scores for candidates in the stream of Skilled Workers in Manitoba and the stream of Skilled Workers Overseas in the recent Manitoba EOI draw were as follows: