Ontario PNP Latest Rules 2019:

Ontario is Canada’s most populated province that inhabits nearly 40% of Canadians. It is a hub of economic, social and political undertakings. Ottawa, Canada’s capital and Toronto, Canada’s largest city are in Ontario province. Ontario’s Provincial Nominee Program is called the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). Skilled and qualified candidates who are eligible for nomination by the province of Ontario, get an Invitation to apply for PR through Express Entry Stream, if they fulfill the criteria of OINP.

Eligibility for OINP:

  • Candidate’s work experience in the applied field.
  • Express Entry score, CRS.
  • Education qualification certificate/diploma.
  • Minimum language proficiency score in IELTS (6/7) or CLB (7).
  • Offer letter from the employer.
  • Full-time job offer in a skilled occupation (NOC levels 0, A, or B) from the employer

Ontario Express Entry:

  • Human Capital Priorities Stream
  • French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream

CRS for OINP and the Express Entry:

In Ontario job offer is listed in high demand. National Occupational Classification (NOC) system is made by OINP. Getting nomination from Ontario improves immensely the CRS score. Thus, chances of PR shoots high.

Job Offer Mandatory to Apply:

In case you do not have any job, don’t panic. If the skill you have applied for is in demand for the employers, you can get nomination from Ontario province even without the prior valid job offer.

IELTS Requirements:

In Ontario both English and French are spoken and its beneficial to know both these languages. You will must undergo a language examination if you are applying to OINP from skilled labour categories NOC C and/or D.