Ontario province s tech draws are all set to open permanent residency gateways for aspiring tech workers in total six occupations, including:
With a target to nominate express Entry candidates for Canadian permanent residents who have required work experience in the technology sector, Ontario has launched the latest OINP Draw on July 12, 2019. Earlier, it was announced by the government of Ontario that an exclusive tech workers stream will be created. But, now there is going to be a targeted draw, which will be held periodically under its Human Capital Priorities Stream for those Express Entry candidates who worked or have been working in any of the above stated 6 tech occupations.
|Date and time NOIs issued||Number of NOIs issued||Profiles created in IRCC’s Express Entry system||CRS score range||Notes|
|July 12, 2019, 10:00 a.m. EST||1,623||July 12, 2018, to July 12, 2019||439-459||Targeted draw - Tech Draw|
Being one of the most popular places for new permanent immigrants, the Ontario Immigration Nominee Program or OINP look out for IRCC Express Entry pool on a regular basis in order to find eligible candidates for Ontario’s immigration streams under the Express Entry system.
If OINP selects you in the Express Entry pool, you will get a Notification of Interest or NOI in your online account. Upon receiving an NOI, you are required to submit your application online within 45 days.
|Human Capital Priorities Stream||4188|
|French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream||546|
|Skilled Trades Stream||732|
The province invites thousands of skilled workers via its various streams of programs and the one which is considered as most popular is Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities Stream (linked with Express Entry system).
While sending nominations, this stream considers Comprehensive Ranking Score of each candidate. It targets skilled workers under the Express Entry pool who are eligible under key factors, including, education, work experience, age, language proficiency, etc. to settle and establish successfully in Ontario.
At present, the province is facing a shortage of skilled workers with tech experience. It is estimated to invite approximately 220,000 skilled workers under the Information and Communication Technology sector of Canada by the year 2021.
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