253 Candidates invited in the Manitoba PNP invitation round #219

Author: John Black | | Categories: Manitoba

Manitoba PNP invitation

On May 23, 2024, Manitoba conducted its latest Manitoba PNP invitation round #219, marking another significant step in Manitoba’s ongoing efforts to attract skilled workers and international graduates to the province. This round saw a total of 253 candidates invited to apply for provincial nomination, including 29 express-entry candidates. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the results from this invitation round.

Details of the Manitoba PNP invitation round #219

In the latest invitation round #219, Manitoba PNP invited 253 candidates in the Skilled Worker in Manitoba Steam, Skilled Workers Overseas Stream, and International Education Stream. The details of each stream draw are given below:

Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream

In the Skilled Worker in Manitoba stream, the MPNP extended invitations to 121 candidates. These candidates were selected under the Close Relative in Manitoba selection, showcasing the program’s commitment to family reunification and community building. The minimum score required for this category was 782 points, reflecting the competitive nature of this stream.

Skilled Workers Overseas Stream

The Skilled Workers Overseas (SWO) stream saw 39 Letters of Advice to Apply (LAAs) issued to candidates. These invitations were part of the Strategic Recruitment Initiative, designed to address specific labor market needs in Manitoba. The lowest score among the invited candidates in this category was 688 points, indicating a high standard for international applicants.

International Education Stream

In the International Education Stream, which targets recent graduates from Manitoba post-secondary institutions, the MPNP issued 93 invitations. This stream continues to play a crucial role in retaining talented graduates who have developed strong ties to the province during their studies.

In total, the MPNP issued 253 invitations in this round, contributing to the overall yearly total. So far in 2024, Manitoba has invited 4,241 candidates through its various streams, including 573 who have received invitations under the Express Entry system. This highlights Manitoba’s ongoing commitment to welcoming skilled immigrants who can contribute to the province’s economic growth and cultural diversity.

The Path to Permanent Residency

Receiving a Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA) is a crucial step for candidates aspiring to obtain permanent residency in Canada through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. Those invited can now proceed with their applications, bringing them closer to achieving their goal of settling in Manitoba.


Manitoba’s PNP invitation round #219 underscores the province’s strategic approach to immigration, focusing on both skilled workers and international graduates. By maintaining high standards and prioritizing family connections, Manitoba ensures that it continues to attract individuals who are well-prepared to integrate into and contribute to the local community and economy.

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