Manitoba’s new PNP sum up – Good numbers, great news

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News from Manitoba province with statistics on the issuance of provincial nomination is out again. This bi-monthly update gives all the numbers you need to know about MPNP nominations that you can use to understand the immigrant scenario in the province, contributing to Canada immigration too.

Here, we cover the affairs of Manitoba PNP in the months of July and August 2020. Remember to give credit to the spirit in which immigration Canada has been kept active and opportunities to study, work, and invest have been kept open to every possible extent through the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.

Stats in July 2020

July 2020 has a good number of skilled workers arriving in the country. MPNP nominated 590 skilled workers. Also, 5 business concepts were approved which means a lot to bring new vigor to the start-up scene in Manitoba.

498 skilled workers were invited to the province besides 5 business candidates. An additional 8 business concepts were also approved in this month.

Stats in August 2020

Continuing opening the path for candidates willing to work in Canada, MPNP nominated 496 skilled workers. 5 business concepts were approved, creating a better start-up scene even in August 2020.

Also, 466 skilled workers were invited to Manitoba besides 4 business candidates. 10 business concepts were also approved.

Summing up the scene, in the months of July and August 2020, MPNP received 2,828 applications from skilled workers. Also, 27 business applications were received in 2020. The total number of nominations in July for Express Entry candidates was 45. It was 24 in August.

So, in all, MPNP nominated 4,092 international candidates in 2020 including 455 Express Entry candidates.

Talking about RNIP

RNIP is an economic pilot program that gives opportunities to foreign nationals with community recommendations from Canada along with a job offer. On September 25, 2020, a new round of recommendations was held in the RNIP by the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario.

This draw had 8 community recommendations issued. Here is a break-up of the recommendations issued.

  • NOC A skills level – 1 candidate
  • NOC B skills level – 6 candidates
  • NOC C skills level – 1 candidate

These candidates can now submit applications for Canadian PR with IRCC. Once their applications are approved in principle, they can apply for an employer-specific work permit. The number of candidates Thunder Bay can still recommend are:

  • NOC A skills level – 8 candidates
  • NOC B skills level – 10 candidates
  • NOC C skills level – 31 candidates
  • NOC D skills level – 8 candidates

To sum up, the community issued recommendations to 42 candidates. There’s still scope for 58 candidates to be recommended.

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MPNP – Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

RNIP – Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

NOC – National Occupation Classification

PR – Permanent Residence

IRCC – Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

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