Ontario province has announced the latest Provincial Nomination(PNP) draw in which 703 express entry candidates got selected for provincial nomination. The qualification for the nomination was done through Ontario's Express Entry Human Capital priorities stream.
The latest draw of the Ontario province was held on 26th August 2020. there were 703 Express Entry candidates invited in the draw in targeted occupations. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of the selection of the applicants was set at 466 and 475, respectively. The applicant who managed to secure the nomination is eligible for 600 points in the federal express entry system.
The Key aspects of the draw -
The occupations in which applicants were invited in the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) are:
The candidates who wish to get the nomination from Ontario they should have applied under the human Capital priorities stream. To be selected, one-year work experience is also important in the above occupations. The work experience should be obtained in the last five years from the date of application. The work experience should be continuous, and for this, having back to back jobs in the same profession is permissible even if it is with different employers.
The candidate's occupation that got them qualified for Ontario should be the same occupation that helped the applicant qualify in the express entry Profile. The highest-scoring candidates are invited through the regular express entry draws.
The PNP searches the express entry pool for deserving applicants. This year 7600 applicants have been able to get ITAs for Ontario Canada. It includes 250 nominations for the temporary workers in Intermediate skilled occupations of National Occupation Classification (NOC) skill level C.
In 2019, half of the Ontario nomination recipients, which was 7391, were Express sentry candidates.