On April 11, 2023, the Ontario PNP held a fresh invitation round. This was the first draw of the year in which applicants from the Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills stream received invites.
The previous draw for the Ontario In-Demand Skills stream was held on June 29, 2022.
Who is invited?
Date of the latest ITAs issued: April 11, 2023
Number of invitations issued recently: 295
Date profiles created: November 22, 2022 – April 11, 2023
Score range: 30 and above
Type of draw: General
Employer Job Offer:
Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) The In-Demand Skills Stream holds drawings regularly throughout the year. The frequency of the draws might vary according to the program’s requirements and the number of applications in the system.
Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills Stream draws
The OINP Employer Job Offer:
In-Demand Skills Stream holds draws regularly throughout the year. The frequency of the draws might vary according to the program’s requirements and the number of applications in the system.
The dates of the next drawings and the number of invitations to be given are usually announced in advance by OINP. However, the minimum score necessary for an invitation to apply (ITA) might vary from one draw to the next because it is determined by the number of candidates in the pool and the needs of the program.
It is crucial to remember that achieving the minimum score does not guarantee an ITA, since other variables such as program quotas and eligibility requirements may also be considered. Furthermore, OINP maintains the right to change the point values attributed to certain variables or the minimum ITA scores at any moment.
Who may apply for the Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills track?
Employer Job Offer:
To be qualified for the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) A applicant for the In-Demand Skills stream must fulfill the following requirements:
Work Offer: Have a permanent and full-time work offer from an eligible Ontario employer in a qualifying agricultural or construction vocation.
Work Experience: Have at least 9 months of total work experience in the preceding three years in the appropriate occupation.
Education: A Canadian high school diploma or equivalent is required.
Language proficiency: Demonstrate language fluency in English or French at a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 4 or above.
Settlement monies: Upon arrival in Ontario, have enough settlement monies to maintain oneself and any dependents.
Legal Status: If applying from within Canada, you must have legal status.
It is important to note that satisfying the qualifying requirements does not ensure that an application will be granted; other variables such as program quotas and appropriateness evaluations might also influence the decision