Ontario Invites Express Entry Candidates Under Two PNP Streams
Ontario has delivered the invitations to express entry applicants who may get entitled to the two provincial immigration streams that target French-speakers and skilled trades’ workers.
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) presented the invitations on November 4. These invitations are known as Notifications of Interest that went to the applicants in the French-Speaking Skilled Worker and Skilled Trades streams.
These two magnified Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) are coordinated with the Express Entry system. The immigrants who welcomed in today’s draw will surely be getting the additional 600 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points related to their total score if they are accepting the provincial nomination.
These awards will adequately assure that they would be provided with an invitation to apply for the Canadian permanent residence in a consecutive federal Express Entry draw.
Express entry is that application that controls all the three federal immigration programs:
Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, and Canadian Experience Class.
Applications are arranged on human factors that the government has resolved would generally help applicants prosper in the Canadian labor market based on their age, work experience, education, and English or French language proficiency.
Welcomed applicants will be interacted with by the OINP. They will be getting 45 days to apply online for their provincial nomination. The application can either be done online or by the candidate or by a representative. This application form takes almost three hours to get filled, but you don’t need to complete in one session. Applying cost is $1500 that is usually payable by the credit card. The OINP generally accepts Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard, and MasterCard debit.
About the French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream
The PNP is adapted for the express entry application which can speak English as well as French. They must meet the eligibility criteria of the Canadian Experience Class, or the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Both federal programs have their eligibility criteria related to work experience and education.
Applicants also need a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) minimum of seven in French, and a minimum of six in English, and even among other eligibility criteria.
About the Skilled Trades stream
Skilled trades workers require a minimum of one year of cumulative paid full-time work experience, or equivalent part-time experience, in Ontario. These entitled skilled trades should be listed in Minor Group 633, or Major Groups 72, 73, or 82 of the National Occupation Classification.
Work experience needs to be done in Ontario within the previous two years from the date of application submission. The work experience must be in minimum one of the occupations identified in the Express Entry profile.
These candidates must also be having a valid certificate as well as the license acquiring the work experience that generally requires certification. Applicants need a CLB of a minimum of five in either English or French, among other eligibility criteria.