Ontario Canada has revised the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System rule for the immigration stream Human Capital Priorities. This is aligned with the federal Express Entry system.
Earlier, the candidates were required to have a 400 score in CRS, as quoted by the CIC News. However, the new rule says that the Director will determine the minimum score. Another update asks the candidates to indicate their interest in immigration while creating a profile in Express Entry. This can be either to Ontario Canada or all Territories and Provinces.
The Immigrant Nominee Program Ontario did not reveal any further details regarding the new updates.
So far ONP has waived the minimum CRS score of 400 in 3 draws in 2018. 2 of these draws were aimed at candidates in Express Entry who possessed an Ontario job offer. Another targeted candidates with abilities of CLB 7 or more in the French language.
The minimum CRS was decreased for these draws by Ontario. In fact, it was as low as 350 for the draw held on 9th August.
HCP is one among the most active and popular immigration pathways of Ontario Canada. It permits OINP to identify candidates in the Express Entry pool. This is for those who fulfill the established eligibility requirements of the stream.
Ontario has offered a total of 3, 534 Notifications of Interest NOIs in 2018 to candidates in Express Entry through the HCP. The candidates who receive an NOI can apply for provincial nomination to Ontario. Those who are successful can apply for Canada PR with IRCC.
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