Canada Express Entry Draw announced on 1st May 2019 with the CRS cut off of 450 points , Master Graduate Stream reopened by Ontario , Saskatchewan has invited 202 applicants in seven occupations, The Parent and Grandparent program has completed issuing invitations.
44 new applicants got lucky in this week’s draw after Ontario issued Express Entry candidates invitations through French Speaking Skilled Worker Stream.
The Ontario Provincial Nominee Program (OINP) has been inviting French speaking candidates every week this year amounting the total number of invitation to 1065 after the latest draw.
The latest OINP draw was held on September 13, exactly seven days after the last draw which was on September 6. While 44 applicants were selected in the latest draw, 15 applicants were chosen in the draw before that.
According to the OINP, those who were issued Notification of Interest (NOI) in the latest draw submitted their Express Entry Profiles between January 1, 2018 and September 13, 2018.
However, one must keep in mind that receiving NOI does not mean you are qualified for French Speaking Skilled Worker Program. You should meet a certain eligibility criteria in order to be able to apply to OINP.
Here are the eligibility requirements for OINP:
Upon receiving invitation, candidates have 45 days to submit their application for the OINP under this stream. Once your application is approved, you will be notified of your nomination which can be used to apply to IRCC for Canada permanent residency.