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Ontario holds their second consecutive draw of the month

Published Date: 13th January 2022

Ontario held their second consecutive draw of the month on January 12th, 2022 wherein they issued invitations to candidates who had profiles submitted under relevant streams.

502 Candidates were invited to apply for permanent residency under the OINP Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream. The candidates who were eligible were able to acquire a Comprehensive Ranking System Score between 464 and 467.  Additionally the invited candidates were required to have a past work experience in any one the mentioned National occupational Classification Jobs.

National Occupational Classification

NOC Codes

Job Title

NOC 0114

Other administrative services managers

NOC 0122

Banking, credit and other investment managers

NOC 0124

Advertising, marketing and public relations managers

NOC 3233

Licensed practical nurses

NOC 0125

Other business services managers

NOC 0211

Engineering managers

NOC 0311

Managers in health care

NOC 0601

Corporate sales managers

NOC 0631

Restaurant and food service managers

NOC 0711

Construction managers

NOC 0731

Managers in transportation

NOC 0911

Manufacturing managers

NOC 1121

Human resources professionals

NOC 1122

Professional occupations in business management consulting

NOC 2161

Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries

NOC 3012

Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses

NOC 3211

Medical laboratory technologists

NOC 3231



What is OINP?

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program is an initiative catered to allow people of different nationalities have a better standard of living in this Canadian province. Ontario immigration has paired up with IRCC, Canada’s Government to help people in different phases of life, have a chance to settle here. It includes students, skilled workers, businessmen and much more. The aim of the program is to assess people who apply for it, check their backgrounds and details, and if deemed beneficial, issue them an Invitation to Apply for Canadian permanent residency.

Although a provincial nomination does not guarantee you permanent residency but you can use this to apply to federal government of Canada. Most candidates with a positive provincial nomination are successful in getting approved their permanent resident application.

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