Canadian Experience Class
The system used to measure the eligibility of applicants in Express Entry is known as a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). In this method, certain human factors are measured. They include:
- Language ability (fluency in either English or French the two Canadian off8icial languages)
- Work Experience
In the process, draws were held and the candidates with the highest scores were issued with invitations for express entry to apply for permanent residency in Canada.
The Express Entry rules explicitly dictate that for every candidate that scored a certain minimum in CRS (that was 600 CRS points for Manitoba), had a guarantee to apply for Canadian permanent residence in a subsequent federal Express Entry draw. The CRS process is crucial as it helps the provinces acquire the most eligible candidates for their workforce.
One of the most crucial considerations that led candidates to be given priority on the provincial nomination from Manitoba was that they must have had experience in in-demand occupations that were required for this region among many other requirements.
They also had to make a separate submission that was an Expression of Interest to the MPNP.
What do We Mean by Expression of Interest?
We understand that the skilled worker in Manitoba and Skilled Worker Overseas categories were the two main areas for invitations for provincial nomination. One condition of getting an invitation to this category is that the interested parties had to register an Expression of Interest (EOI) with MPNP.