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Ontario PNP

Ontario Provincial Nominee Program 2018

Ontario is one of the most populous provinces in Canada. Approximately 40 per cent of the country’s population resides in this state making it a prime destination not just for immigration but for travel as well. Now, with the establishment of the Ontario Provincial Nominee Program, it has become easier than ever to move to this province. The OINP is designed to target skilled workers and thus gives priority to professionals and individuals with proven skills as well as work experience who can immediately become a positively contributing force within the local economy and thereby the national economy as well. The stunningly beautiful Canadian province of Ontario is regarded a very well-liked and favored immigration hotspot of Canada. Its capital Toronto city has the highest population and is also the largest city across the nation having 5.3-plus million people on its soils. The province houses over 13 million persons and is the most populous & the second largest Canadian province, in terms of geographical area. Being situated right in the center of Canada, the province is surrounded by some of the leading immigration destinations of the neighboring US and Canada like; for instance, New York, Michigan, Quebec, & Manitoba.

Population, Geography:

The province is the nation’s most densely inhabited province by a comfortable margin, housing close-to 40% of the entire population of the nation, making it a really multicultural immigration hotspot. As mentioned before, it also happens to be the second biggest province, in terms of geographical area.

Living, Culture:

Culture is a major industry in Ontario. The nation boasts of first-rate ballet & opera groups, and theatre that rivals London & New York. Exhilarating community celebrations give pleasure to both the residents and the visitors. Cities & landscapes are vivacious and amazing. Along with Ottawa, Toronto has been ranked among the most aspiring world city to reside, do a job & business. The fairly democratic society is affluent and developed by enterprising generations of aliens.

Economy, Employment:

Ontario is the largest Canadian economy. It has a GDP practically 200% that of the neighboring Quebec the Maple Leaf Country’s second biggest economy. Despite the fact that manufacturing plays a major part in the province’s economy, it is really the service sector that takes up 78.9%.

Jobs, Working Circumstances:

The vigorous economy forms a range of well-paying employment opportunities in vocations right from automobiles to Information Technology (IT) to agriculture. Family income in Canada as well as obligatory minimum earnings is second best with $ 10.25 every hour. Despite the fact that the overall expenditure of living is a little more than the national standard, it is easily affordable, courtesy higher salaries! Over half of the new Canadian aliens arrive in the province to start/expand their business, and discover a well-paying employment opportunity or reside in Canada.

Eligibility Requirements for OINP 2018

  • Have a permanent, full-time job offer in a skilled occupation (NOC levels 0, A, or B) from the employer who is also submitting an application. It is not necessary to have a job offer in hand when applying for immigration to Ontario, Canada. However it provides your application a significant advantage to your application if you have one. In the event that you don’t have a job offer, it is possible to find gainful employment through the national Express Entry job pool which places immigrants according to the national requirements of skilled workers based on their respective skills and abilities.
  • Have minimum qualification certificate/diploma making them eligible.
  • Have experience in their occupational field as per program requirements.
  • Having job offer letter from the employer for full-time or permanent employment Having a minimum language proficiency score in IELTS (6/7) or CLB (7).
  • Express Entry score – All applicants must have a Canada Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System score of 400 points or greater, and this score must remain throughout provincial and federal processing (only for those who are willing to apply under Ontario Express Entry System).

OINP Points System 2018

To know the eligibility of the profiles of different candidates, we know need to check their point. In order to determine the most deserving, the OINP assigns points to each profile and when the invitations are opened the highest ranked profiles are selected for notification of interest. 

The following is an overview of the points system:

  • Age (maximum 12 points).
  • Arranged Employment (maximum 10 points).
  • Adaptability (maximum 10 points).
  • Education (maximum 25 points).
  • English and French language ability (maximum 28 points).
  • Work Experience (maximum 15 points).

The following is how all the above mentioned factors are graded as per Express Entry system by the OINP:

If you do not have a spouse or common-law partner

Components Points
1. Education and experience factors 460 500
2. Spouse or common-law partner factors NA
Subtotal (Component 1 + Component 2) 500
3. Transferability factors 100
4. Additional points (job offer or PT nomination) 600
Grand total 1200

If you have a spouse or common-law partner

Components Points
1. Education and experience factors 460 460
2. Spouse or common-law partner factors 40
Subtotal (Component 1 + Component 2) 500
3. Transferability factors 100
4. Additional points (job offer or PT nomination) 600
Grand total 1200

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