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PNP updates for Week ending 22nd January 2022

PNP updates for Week ending 22nd January 2022

Good day ladies and gentlemen, today is 22nd January 2022 and I am coming to you with the PNP picks for the week ending today. My name is Joy Stephen, and I am a Canadian Immigration Practitioner. My credentials may be verified by following the link on the screen The first province in our radar this week is the Canadian Province of PEI or Prince Edward Island (20 Jan 2022). 132 Candidates Invited to Apply for a Nomination in Latest PEI PNP Draw In a scheduled draw held on 20 January 2022, 132 invitations were given out to eligible candidates for Prince Edward Island’s Provincial Nomination Program (PEI PNP). Invitations were given out to candidates in three categories: Express Entry, Labour Impact, and Business Impact. Express Entry candidates must have a profile in the federal Express Entry system and an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with the province. Labour Impact candidates need a valid job offer and employer support as well as an EOI. The Business Impact candidates from this draw were under the Work Permit stream, which is for candidates who want to own and operate a business in the province. The final province for this week in our radar is Manitoba (13 Jan 2022) Manitoba Holds First Draw of 2022, Issuing 443 Invitations to Immigration Candidates The Manitoba Provincial Nomination Program (MPNP) held a draw on 13 January 2022, where 443 invitations (or Letters of Advice to Apply) were given to candidates in the following streams: Skilled Workers in Manitoba Stream: 357 invitations, EOI score of at least 459 Skilled Workers Overseas Stream: 53 invitations, EOI score of at least 711 International Education Stream: 33 invitations with no EOI score requirement 97 of the 443 invitations were for candidates in the Express Entry system. The Skilled Workers in Manitoba and Skilled Workers Overseas streams are for the province to select workers that meet a need in the labour market. Skilled Workers in Manitoba candidates must have a valid job offer in the province. Overseas candidates must demonstrate ties to Manitoba, such as previous work experience or family connections. The International Education stream is for recent graduates of a Manitoba post-secondary institution with skills considered in-demand by the province. This is all we have for this week. For more information on Canadian Permanent Residence approaches, please visit From all of us from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario, until next week, Adios!

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