Exciting news for Management and financial professionals, Ontario, home to Canada’s Capital city, Ottawa, and largest city, Toronto has issued 997 invitations to Express Entry Candidates to Apply Canada PR in the draw announced on 15th August 2019. All the candidates with CRS score between 439 – 465 having work experience in the 10 following occupations was bestowed with an ITA in the draw.
10 occupations announced by Ontario Immigration Nominee Program:
|1.||0114||Other administrative services managers|
|2.||0601||Corporate sales managers|
|3.||1122||Professional occupations in business management consulting|
|4.||0124||Advertising, marketing and public relations managers|
|5.||0621||Retail and wholesale trade managers|
|6.||1111||Financial auditors and accountants|
|7.||3012||Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses|
|9.||1114||Other financial officers|
|10.||0651||Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c|
OINP Human Capital Priorities Stream calls for more and more migrants with each passing draws for which they have removed one of the major requirements which many candidates were unable to fulfill that is the requirement of a job Offer from a Canadian Employer. Job Offer here is considered as an extra notch for any candidate but it is no where a mandatory requirement.
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The first step towards successful selection by OINP through its Human Capital Priorities Stream is to meet the federal and provincial nomination eligibility criteria; second step is submitting a profile in the Express Entry pool which indeed will bequeath the candidate with 600 additional points towards the CRS scores ensuring visa approval if documentation and process knowledge is must, this is why we would always suggest you to hire a genuine and proficient Immigration Consultant to process your application for Canada PR.
Human Capital Priorities Stream exhibits why immigration is a essential way to help fill labour market gaps. It’s encouraging to see Ontario aiding connection between skilled immigrants and job vacancies.”