Ontario is the largest province in Canada, and immigrants are attracted to it for its wealth of opportunities. 2020 saw immigration slowing down in the province due to the travel restrictions, but the province has been organizing draws regularly again this year to invite larger batches of skilled candidates.
Details of the draw
On June 23, Ontario held a new draw via the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) to issue a total of 583 invitations among Express Entry candidates. They will now be able to submit their applications for a provincial nomination.
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) targeted candidates who could satisfy the eligibility requirements of the Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP), which is a PNP that allows foreign workers to follow their career path in Ontario. All the selected candidates had existing profiles in the Express Entry system, and the required CRS score ranged from 464 to 467.
OINP invited only those candidates who had at least a year of work experience in any of the following professions:
The candidates can now submit their applications for a provincial nomination.