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On December 19, 2022, the province of Ontario held its latest Provincial Nominee Program draw and issued a total of 936 ITAs. The draw distributed targeted notices of interest to applicants who might be eligible for the Human Capital Priorities (HCP) stream of Ontario’s Express Entry.
Officially launched in 2017, the OINP is the PNP program of the province of Ontario. It is responsible and designed to meet the human capital needs of the province in different sectors or industries.
The main objective of the OINP or any PNP in general is to meet or address the talent shortages in many industries, while making it much simpler to invest in Ontario. It also works towards making immigration and settlement easier for immigrants interested to move to Ontario.
The Express Entry system is matched with the enhanced streams. Using its three primary economic class immigration programs, Canada manages the huge number of applications for permanent residency using this federal immigration system.
A candidate is assigned a point score through this approach based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). The top candidates are then given the opportunity to submit an application for permanent residence.
An additional 600 points are awarded to those who have nominations from enhanced provincial programs, effectively ensuring that they will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency. They also get nominations from their Express Entry profile.
Base streams are the ones that don’t fall under the Express Entry’s systems. Here, the interested and eligible individuals should file a direct application to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada after getting a provincial nomination.