OINP’s Human Capital Priority Stream on Feb 6, 2024

Unlocking Opportunities: OINP’s Human Capital Priority Stream on Feb 6, 2024

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program issued 2086 invitations to healthcare workers to apply for permanent residence on February 6, 2024. 

This targeted healthcare occupations through the Express Entry’s Human Capital Priorities stream. Invited candidates had CRS scores between 379-430 points. 

With this new round of invitations, Ontario continues efforts to strengthen healthcare delivery through bringing in healthcare personnel to fill key vacancies.

Candidates in the latest Ontario PNP Human Capital Priority (HCP) draw were eligible if they possessed:

  • An active Express Entry profile.
  • Demonstrated interest in Ontario’s nomination consideration.
  • Attained a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score falling within the range of 379-430.
  • Possessed work experience in one of the 42 designated healthcare occupations.

For the Ontario PNP Draw held on February 6, 2024, candidates are required to designate any of the specified National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes as their “primary NOC” in their Express Entry profiles.

NOC CodeOccupationNOC CodeOccupation
NOC 30010Managers in health careNOC 31100Specialists in clinical and laboratory medicine
NOC 31101Specialists in surgeryNOC 31102General practitioners and family physicians
NOC 31103VeterinariansNOC 31110Dentists
NOC 31111OptometristsNOC 31112Audiologists and speech-language pathologists
NOC 31120PharmacistsNOC 31121Dietitians and nutritionists
NOC 31201ChiropractorsNOC 31202Physiotherapists
NOC 31203Occupational therapistsNOC 31204Kinesiologists and other professional occupations in therapy and assessment
NOC 31209Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treatingNOC 31300Nursing coordinators and supervisors
NOC 31301Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nursesNOC 31302Nurse practitioners
NOC 31303Physician assistants, midwives and allied health professionalsNOC 32100Opticians
NOC 32101Licensed practical nursesNOC 32102Paramedical occupations
NOC 32103Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologistsNOC 32104Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians
NOC 32109Other technical occupations in therapy and assessmentNOC 32110Denturists
NOC 32111Dental hygienists and dental therapistsNOC 32112Dental technologists and technicians
NOC 32120Medical laboratory technologistsNOC 32121Medical radiation technologists
NOC 32122Medical sonographersNOC 32123Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists
NOC 32124Pharmacy techniciansNOC 32129Other medical technologists and technicians
NOC 32200Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturistsNOC 32201Massage therapists
NOC 32209Other practitioners of natural healingNOC 33100Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants
NOC 33101Medical laboratory assistants and related technical occupationsNOC 33102Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
NOC 33103Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistantsNOC 33109Other assisting occupations in support of health services

Ontario’s targeted PNP draw provides much-needed healthcare talent for workforce gaps. Focusing on high-demand nursing, medical, and support occupations, the province is proactively shaping immigration to anchor healthcare capacity. Strategic invitation rounds that tap global skills for permanent residency inject qualified, timely personnel across the health system. This prevents burnout and improves patient outcomes through staffing injections. As Ontario’s population ages, the province must continue aligning immigration with evolving medical sector demands. 

In the realm of immigration to Ontario, Canada, the Human Capital Priority Stream of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) stands out as a pathway for skilled individuals to attain provincial nomination and eventual permanent residency. On February 6, 2024, the OINP conducted a draw under its Human Capital Priority Stream, offering a promising avenue for eligible candidates to pursue their immigration goals.

The Human Capital Priority Stream targets individuals with the skills and qualifications deemed essential for Ontario’s economic development and growth.

For candidates hoping to immigrate to Ontario under the Human Capital Priority Stream, meeting the eligibility criteria and aligning their profiles with Ontario’s labor market needs are paramount.

The Human Capital Priority Stream draw held on February 6, 2024, serves as a testament to Ontario’s commitment to attracting top talent from around the world.

Candidates who received invitations in the Human Capital Priority Stream draw now have the opportunity to submit their applications for provincial nomination through the OINP.

As Ontario continues to position itself as a global leader in innovation, entrepreneurship, and talent attraction, initiatives like the Human Capital Priority Stream remain integral to the province’s long-term success.

The OINP’s Human Capital Priority Stream draw held on February 6, 2024, offers a gateway to new opportunities and a brighter future for skilled immigrants aspiring to make Ontario their home.

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