On June 11, Ontario conducted two new OINP draws, issuing 244 invitations for permanent residency

Ontario conducted two new OINP draws

On June 11,  Ontario conducted two new Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program OINP draws, issuing 244 invitations for permanent residency. These OINP draws focused on candidates in the Foreign Worker and International Student streams who had job offers as early childhood educators and assistants.

Invitations were delivered to Express Entry profiles generated between June 11, 2023, and June 11, 2024.

Only applicants who have an offer of employment – early childhood educators or assistants in Ontario were considered for these OINP draws.

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) offers several streams for individuals to apply for permanent residence in Ontario, each with its own specific eligibility criteria. These eligibility criteria ensure that the OINP attracts individuals who can contribute to Ontario’s economy and integrate successfully into its communities. Each stream has specific requirements tailored to different types of applicants, from skilled workers and international students to entrepreneurs looking to start or buy a business in Ontario.

Draw Summary

3,438 invitations to apply for permanent residency have been sent out by OINP in total for five Foreign Worker Stream drawings in 2024.

Stream: Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream

Invitations: 124

CRS Score: 43 and above 

Six International Student Stream OINP draws have resulted in 5,193 invitations to seek for permanent residency.

Stream: Employer Job Offer: International Student Stream

Invitations: 120

CRS Score: 65 and above 

Ontario’s drive to attract skilled immigrants has received a significant boost with the recent announcement that the annual nomination quota for the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) has been increased by 5,000. This brings the total quota to an impressive 21,500 for the year 2024. This increase represents a pivotal moment in Ontario’s immigration strategy, reflecting the province’s commitment to welcoming more skilled workers, entrepreneurs, and their families to contribute to its economic growth and cultural diversity. This move not only benefits the province but also contributes significantly to the overarching goals of Canada’s immigration system, ensuring that the country remains a global leader in attracting and retaining top talent.

Previous Draw Summary:

DateInvitationsCut off ScoreDescription
June 11, 202412443 and aboveTargeted draw for Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202)
April 23, 202420953 and aboveTargeted draw for 61 skilled trades occupations
January 19, 20241,65450 and aboveGeneral Draw
January 9, 202463033 and aboveTargeted draw for 63 skilled trades occupations
January 9, 202482140 and aboveTargeted draw for 41 healthcare and 15 tech occupations

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) continues to play a critical role in shaping Ontario’s immigration landscape. The recent OINP draws on June 11, 2024, targeting early childhood educators and assistants, exemplify the province’s strategic focus on addressing specific labour market needs. By issuing 244 invitations to candidates with job offers in these roles, Ontario is taking concrete steps to bolster its education sector.

Overall, the OINP’s strategic initiatives and increased nomination quota represent a pivotal moment in Ontario’s immigration strategy OINP draws. They reflect a deliberate effort to attract and retain top talent, fostering economic growth and enriching the province’s cultural fabric. As Ontario continues to refine its immigration programs, it remains a beacon for skilled immigrants seeking new opportunities and a better quality of life.

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