Ontario has offered around 1,000 Canada PR ITAs to candidates in the Skilled Worker French-Speaking and Skilled Trades streams. This is through the Provincial Nomination and to candidates in the Express Entry pool.
The OINP – Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program offered 889 NOIs on 24 January in its first draw for 2019. These Notifications of Interest were for candidates in its Express Entry aligned Skilled Trades Stream.
The candidates who received NOIs in this draw were required to have profiles in Express Entry. These had to be created between 24 January 2018 and 24 January 2019, as quoted by the CIC News.
The stream Skilled Trades permits OINP to look for candidates in the Express Entry pool who are currently residing in Ontario. They must possess at least 1 year of work experience full-time or its part-time equivalent in a listed skilled trade. This is under National Occupational Classification Major Group 82, 73, or 72 or Minor Group 633.
Three individual rounds were held on January 11, 17 and 24 with a total of 99 NOIs being offered. This is in the Skilled Worker French Speaking Stream aligned with Express Entry.
The proficiency in the French language must be demonstrated by the Francophone candidates. This is equivalent to CLB level 7 or higher (Canadian Language Benchmark). They must also fulfil additional requirements that include adequate funds to settle in Ontario with Canada PR.
Ontario has so far now offered 2,500 NOIs in 2019 to candidates in Express Entry through its 3 streams aligned with the Express Entry. It includes 1, 493 ITAs for Canada PR that was offered on January 14 through its Stream Human Capital Priorities.
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