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Ontario's Human Capital Priorities Stream Invites 1,696 Candidates in the Latest Draw
Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities Stream, a popular immigration pathway for skilled workers, made a significant move in its latest draw held on September 26, 2023. A total of 1,696 Notification of Interest (NOI) letters were issued to candidates in the Express Entry pool, demonstrating the province’s commitment to attracting and retaining skilled talent.
The Human Capital Priorities Stream is part of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) and allows the province to nominate candidates who meet its specific eligibility criteria for permanent residency in Canada. This stream is known for its flexibility in targeting candidates with diverse skills and backgrounds who can contribute to Ontario’s economic growth and development.
Draw category- OINP’s Human Capital Priorities Stream
Number of NOIs Issued: 1,696
CRS Score Range: 350-462
Profiles Created in IRCC Express Entry System: September 26, 2022 – September 26, 2023
In the September 26, 2023, draw, a wide range of candidates was invited, with CRS scores falling between 350 and 462. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score is a key factor in determining eligibility for the Human Capital Priorities Stream, and candidates who receive an NOI letter must meet certain requirements to be considered for nomination by Ontario.
The issuance of 1,696 NOIs in a single draw highlights the province’s efforts to attract skilled individuals who can address specific labor market needs and contribute to Ontario’s thriving communities. Candidates who received an NOI letter in this draw now have the opportunity to apply for a provincial nomination certificate from Ontario, which, if successfully obtained, can significantly enhance their chances of receiving an invitation to apply for permanent residency from the federal government.
It’s important to note that the profiles of candidates considered in this draw were created in the IRCC Express Entry system between September 26, 2022, and September 26, 2023. The province continues to review profiles and select candidates based on their CRS scores, work experience, education, and other factors that align with Ontario’s economic priorities.
For candidates who aspire to settle in Ontario, staying updated on the Human Capital Priorities Stream and maintaining a competitive CRS score remains crucial. Ontario’s ongoing commitment to attracting and nominating skilled workers from around the world underscores the significance of this pathway in Canada’s immigration landscape.
Candidates who received an NOI letter in this draw should follow the instructions provided by the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program to initiate the nomination process, taking them one step closer to achieving their dream of becoming permanent residents of Canada.