Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program Invitations Round.

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program

On April 23, 2024, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program issued invitations under two streams: the Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker stream and a targeted draw for candidates under the Economic Mobility Pathways Project.

Foreign Worker Stream Targets Skilled Trades

In the first draw under the Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker stream, Ontario issued 209 invitations to apply. This was a targeted draw focused on candidates working in skilled trades occupations with a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 53 or above.

The OINP Foreign Worker stream allows foreign workers with a permanent job offer from an Ontario employer to apply for a provincial nomination. With a nomination, they receive 600 additional CRS points, effectively assuring an invitation to apply for permanent residence from the federal Express Entry system.

Special Draw for Economic Mobility Project

Ontario also held a separate draw aimed at candidates participating in the Economic Mobility Pathways Project. In this draw, 2 invitations were issued, though the score requirement was not specified.

The Economic Mobility Pathways Project provides a pathway to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers in select occupations who are already temporarily working in Ontario.

By issuing targeted draws for key occupations and immigration streams, the OINP aims to address specific labor market needs across Ontario’s diverse economic regions.

Candidates interested in immigrating through the various OINP streams are encouraged to stay updated on the program’s latest draw details and intake periods.

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) continues to play a pivotal role in welcoming skilled workers and enhancing the province’s workforce. On April 23, 2024, the OINP issued invitations under two streams: the Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker stream and a targeted draw for candidates under the Economic Mobility Pathways Project. Let’s delve into the details of these invitations and what they mean for prospective immigrants to Ontario.

Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream: In the April 23rd draw, the OINP invited 209 candidates under the Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker stream. These invitations were specifically targeted at skilled trades occupations. This stream is designed to address the labor needs of Ontario employers by facilitating the immigration of skilled foreign workers who have received a job offer from an Ontario employer. With a score range of 53 and above, the draw aimed to select candidates with the requisite skills and experience to contribute effectively to Ontario’s workforce in various trades occupations.

Targeted Draw for Economic Mobility Pathways Project Candidates: In addition to the invitations issued under the Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker stream, the OINP also conducted a targeted draw for candidates under the Economic Mobility Pathways Project. In this draw, only 2 invitations were issued, and the score range was not applicable. The Economic Mobility Pathways Project is a unique initiative aimed at attracting highly skilled and talented individuals to Ontario who may not meet the eligibility criteria of existing immigration streams. By targeting specific candidates under this project, Ontario aims to diversify its workforce and promote economic growth by harnessing the skills and talents of individuals who can contribute to the province’s prosperity.

Conclusion: The recent invitations issued by the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program on April 23, 2024, reflect the province’s commitment to welcoming skilled workers and fostering economic development. Through targeted draws under streams like the Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker and the Economic Mobility Pathways Project, Ontario aims to address labor shortages, promote diversity, and attract individuals who can contribute to the province’s growth and prosperity. As Ontario continues to navigate the evolving landscape of immigration, these invitations serve as a testament to the opportunities available for skilled workers seeking to make Ontario their home

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