Ontario immigration issued Notifications of Interest to 772 Express Entry candidates in the latest Tech Draw through the Human Capital Priorities stream. Candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System scores between 462 and 470, with skills and experience in six targeted technology occupations, were issued with NOIs in the October 15 Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) draw.
Ontario immigration is issuing Notifications of Interest to candidates with skills and experience in six specific occupations in a Tech Draw through its Express Entry Human Capital Priorities stream. The Tech Draw, taking place on July 29, is targeting the following occupations: 0213 Computer and information systems managers 2147 Computer engineers 2172 Database analysts and
Ontario immigration has conducted a new targeted Tech Draw through its Human Capital Priorities stream, issuing Notifications of Interest to 703 Express Entry candidates. The May 13 draw featured a Comprehensive Ranking System score range of 421 to 451, with candidates required to have submitted Express Entry profiles between May 13, 2019 to May 13,
2020-02-14 – Ontario immigration has conducted a new draw targeting 10 specific occupations under the province’s Express Entry-linked Human Capital Priorities stream. The February 13 draw saw 486 Notifications of Interest issued to candidates with profiles in the Express Entry pool scoring between 467 and 471 Comprehensive Ranking System points. The 10 targeted occupations were:
December 6, 2018 – The Ontario immigration office has received an increased nomination allocation for 2018 under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). It means the province will continue to nominate candidates for Canada immigration, after previously stating nominations would stop after the allocation was reached for 2018. An OINP statement said: “Please be advised