Is it your goal to immigrate to Ontario Canada? Then the Human Capital Priorities Immigration stream may be the chance you are waiting for.
The Human Capital Priorities Immigration stream of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) opened recently. Fortunately, it closed after a few days later. But if you are seriously looking at living in Ontario, you must not feel disheartened. The province may still issue more Invitations to Apply (ITAs) before the end of the year. Therefore, what you should do is get yourself ready for this.
Eleven provinces and territories in Canada (including Ontario) receive annual allocations for their respective PNPs. But what if the annual allocation for the OINP is already filled up after the approval of your application? You have nothing to worry. Successful applications may receive nomination certificates come the next year right after Ontario is assigned to its new allotment.
The Human Capital Priorities Immigration stream of Ontario focuses on foreign skilled workers who are already in the Express Entry pool and who possess the skills, education, experience and others needed by the province.
When you are in the Express Entry pool (applying for permanent residency through the Federal Skilled Worker Class or the Canadian Experience Class) and you are identified as a qualified candidate to immigrate to Ontario Canada, the province will send you a Notification of Interest. If your application turns out to be successful, your Express Entry CRS score will get additional 600 points and you will receive an ITA for permanent residency in the next Canada Express Entry draw.
Maybe not. Last June, Ontario waived this specific requirement of having at least 400 CRS points when it searched for eligible candidates in the Information and Communications Technology occupations.
This is why early preparation is a must. You may become fortunate and be able to immigrate to Ontario Canada, particularly when you have a low CRS score and the province waives the score requirement for another list of occupations — where you have relevant education and work experience.
Begin your immigration journey. Immigrate to Ontario Canada. The first thing to do: determine your eligibility for the Canada Express Entry. Call us at 1-877-396-9084 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.