Posted on September 01 2022
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Abstract: OINP has invited 782 applicants from the pool of Foreign Workers, Masters Graduate, and Ph.D. Graduate stream of Canada.
On August 30, 2022, OINP or Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program conducted a draw for applicants in Foreign Workers, Masters Graduate, and Ph.D. Graduate stream of the Express Entry pool of Canada. It issued 782 ITAs or Invitation to Apply to the candidates.
The draw issued ITAs to the candidates with a score of 26 or above in the CRS or Comprehensive Ranking Score.
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The details of the OINP draw are given in the table below.
|Detailed Information About OINP Draw|
|Date issued||Stream||Number of ITAs||Score|
|Aug 30, 2022||Foreign Worker||1||N/A|
|Aug 30, 2022||Masters Graduate||680||37 and above|
|Aug 30, 2022||PH.D. Graduates||101||26 and above|
Applicants who had the required score in the draw were sent ITAs. It brings them a step closer to applying for Canada PR or permanent residency.
The candidates should have submitted their profile in between August 30, 2021 to August 30, 2022.
The requirements for the various streams of the OINP are:
To be eligible to apply, a foreign worker must have a job offer that meets the following criteria:
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The OINP offers a chance for international students pursuing Masters Graduates to stay and work in Ontario, permanently. Here are the eligibility requirements:
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Here are the eligibility requirements for Ph.D. Graduate stream in OINP:
The candidates will receive their ITAs on their online account in e-Filing portal.
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