Ontario Issues 1,034 Canada Immigration NOIs In Biggest Skilled Trades Draw of 2022

Ontario PNP Draw, Apr 26 (1)

Ontario has sent 1,034 invitations to the immigration candidates in its most significant draw of 2022 under the Express Entry Skilled Trades Stream.

A draw conducted on April 26th targeted the immigration candidates with the Comprehensive Ranking System scores in the minimum range of 300 to 461.

The immigration candidates were told to submit Express Entry profiles into the federal pool within 12 months before the draw date to qualify.

Date NOIs  CRS Score Range Express Entry profile submission date
26-Apr-22 1,034 300-461 April 26, 2021 – April 26, 2022

 

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Ontario Express Entry: Skilled Trades Stream

The Express Entry Skilled Trades Stream aims at the skilled trades workers in the agricultural and construction sectors that possibly would expand shortly.

To be eligible, the applicants need to have:

  • An unfinished application under the Federal Express Entry system;
  • 12 months of paid work experience from Ontario is cumulative
  • Evidence of certification or license from Ontario according to the requirement of your occupation
  • A work permit that is valid and resides in Ontario in the process of application
  • French or English language with five or above in writing, reading, speaking, and listening under the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB)
  • Evidence of the settlement fund with a minimum amount that is determined by the official Low-Income Cut-offs to provide for you and your dependents

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