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FIRST INTERNATIONAL STUDENT STREAM DRAW BY ONTARIO

FIRST INTERNATIONAL STUDENT STREAM DRAW BY ONTARIO    May 20 2021
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Along with the implementation of the new intake system, Ontario held its first PNP draw for international students.

On May 18, Ontario invited 138 international students to apply for a provincial nomination.

Candidates with profiles in the new Expression of Interest (EOI) pool were invited by the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP).

Candidates in this category may be eligible for the Ontario Employer Job Offer: International Student Stream.

Candidates needed an EOI score of at least 77 to be invited. They had to have job offers in Ontario as well.

 

About Employer Job Offer: International Student Stream

Foreign nationals with an eligible job offer from an employer in Ontario are eligible for the Ontario International Student Stream under the Employer Job Offer category.

You do not have to apply from within Canada if you meet the eligibility requirements.

You must have completed a programme at a Canadian Designated Learning Institution, have an eligible job offer in Ontario, and intend to immigrate to the province, among other requirements, to be eligible.

To apply for this Provincial Nominee Program (PNPs), you must first create an EOI profile on the Ontario website.

After you register your profile, it will be added to the EOI pool. Based on the information you provide; Ontario will give you a score. The skill level of your job offers and work experience, as well as your wage, education, official language ability, the region in which you studied or worked, and other factors, all contribute to your point total.

 

How do you get immigration points in Ontario?

How do you get immigration points in Ontario?

Ontario ranks EOI profiles based on a number of human capital factors determined by the province to be important in selecting immigrants with the potential to thrive.

You get points based on the skill level of your job offer and your Canadian work experience. To assign points, the province uses the National Occupational Classification (NOC) system.

The OINP scoring system differs depending on which stream you apply for. Apart from skill level and work experience, it also considers your wage, education, official language ability, and the region in which you study or work. In addition, the province may allot ten points at its discretion to respond to labour market needs.

Visit www.migratezone.com to discover your Canadian immigration options.