The Second OINP Express Entry Draw Of 2024

The second Express Entry draw of 2024 was held on January 18, and 984 Notifications of Interest (NOIs) for provincial nomination were sent out by the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP).

In this draw, only profiles that satisfied the requirements for the OINP French-speaking Skilled Worker stream were asked to submit claims for provincial nominations.

This draw was limited to Express Entry profiles with a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score between 317 and 469 that were formed between January 18, 2023, and January 18, 2024.

Eligibility for the OINP French Speaking Skilled Worker stream

  1. Candidate must have a valid Express Entry profile under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) or Canadian Experience Class (CEC) in order to be eligible to be considered for the OINP French Speaking Skilled Worker draws.
  2. Candidate must possess a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree from Canada, or a degree equivalent from another nation. 
  3. Candidate also need to have at least a CLB level 7 on the French language proficiency test (TCF/TEF Canada) AND at least a level 6 on the English language proficiency test (IELTS/CELPIP) of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB).
  4. Candidate must provide proof of sufficient settlement must have enough money to sustain your dependant family members as well as yourself.

One or more of the following methods, alone or in combination, can help you fulfill this requirement:

  • Funds as indicated by the balance shown on bank statements or account statements that display other investments such mutual funds, fixed-term deposits, non-locked-in deposits, etc.
  • Annual income from a continuous job in Ontario
  • An Ontario job offer
  1. Intention to reside in Ontario, as evidenced by one or more of the following:
  • Employment status or history of employment in Ontario
  • Receiving employment offers, applying for jobs, interviewing for jobs, learning, volunteering, owning or renting real estate, and maintaining personal, familial, and professional networks

Overview of the OINP French Speaking Skilled Worker stream for 2023

So far in 2023, Ontario has made 1,427 provincial nominations available for the French-speaking skilled worker stream.

DateInvitationsCRS score rangeDescription
September 7, 2023300308-434General draw
July 25, 202395321-374General draw
June 5, 2023278312-487Targeted draw for Health, Education and Finance occupations
June 5, 2023139348-487Targeted draw for Tech, Trades and Other Priority occupations
March 16, 2023271291-489Targeted at Tech, Trades and Other Priority occupations
March 16, 2023344400-489Targeted at Health, Education and Finance occupations

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