The recent provincial nomination draw of Ontario selected 486 applicants from 18 targeted occupations including Nurses, managers, and human resource professionals on 6 October.
After a two-month hiatus, Ontario province held a new Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP) stream. There were applicants invited from 18 targeted occupations that included nurses and Human resource managers. The Ontario provincial draw selected.
Four hundred eighty-six candidates for a provincial nomination. The appellants are expected to meet the provincial eligibility requirements. The latest Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) aligns with the Express Entry system, and selected appellants are entitled to an automatic 600 points score in the federal score calculation.
The key highlights of the Draw -
Eighteen occupations that were targeted In this Draw of the OINP are -
The candidates are expected to have at least one year of work experience in one of these occupations to get the provincial nomination. With this Draw, the Ontario province has so far invited 4,851 immigration candidates under this stream. This is way more than 2020, in which Ontario invited 6,716 Express Entry candidates. HCP is one of the most popular streams of Ontario.
Yes! Of course! The appellants who get selected for provincial nomination through the express entry linked stream are eligible for 600 additional scores in the federal score calculation. This guarantees that selected ones' will receive an Invitation to Apply(ITA) in the next Express Entry draw.
Further, in the pandemic time, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has been holding PNP-only Draw; thus, there is a right chance of selection of nominated applicants.
In 2020, Canada announced all-program draws in the latter half of the year.