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The Province of Ontario under Province Nomination Program (PNP) invites 703 Express Entry applicants in the latest draw. This draw had the lowest CRS requirement since the first draw that was held in July 2019 by 46 CRS points since last for Technical applicants.


REQUIRED NOC / WORK EXPERIENCE: The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) issued invitations to applicants who had work experience in one of the following six technical sector occupations:

  • Computer programmer and interactive media developers NOC 2174
  • Computer and information systems managers NOC 0213
  • Computer engineers NOC 2147
  • Database analysts and data administrators NOC 2172
  • Software engineers and designers NOC 2173
  • Web designers and developers NOC 2175


LOWEST IN THE PROGRAM’S HISTORY:  This Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) requirement is the lowest in the program’s history, from its first draw held in July 2019. The invited applicants had Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores between 421 and 451.

If the applicants who were invited in the latest OINP Tech Draw receive the provincial nomination the applicants will be awarded an additional 600 CRS points toward a subsequent federal Express Entry draw.

Ontario is just one of nine provinces with provincial nominee programs (PNP) that are linked with Express Entry. The only province that does not have a PNP is Quebec.


SELECTION PROCESS - HUMAN CAPITAL PRIORITIES STREAM:  Applicants who received a Notification of Interest (NOI), or invitation from Ontario, must be eligible for the Human Capital Priorities stream. The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) Technical Draws are conducted through the Human Capital Priorities stream, which allows the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) to search the federal Express Entry pool for applicant who meet the stream’s eligibility requirements. 

The purpose of these draws is to search specifically for eligible Express Entry applicants who have at least one year of continuous paid full-time work experience, or the equivalent in paid part-time work, in one of six tech-sector occupations.  A job offer is not required in order to be eligible for the Human Capital Priorities Stream. However, applicants need to have a profile in the Express Entry pool.


ECONOMIC RECOVERY IN CANADA UNDER COVID-19: Even with the coronavirus pandemic, some Canadian tech companies are currently hiring, and are poised to help lead economic recovery in Canada.

Bilimoria & Associate is specialised in Immigration visas to Canada with 24 years of experience and will be able to guide applicants on various visa types based on the eligibility.
Bilimoria & Associate liaisons with Member of Law Society of Upper Canada and Canadian Bar Association (Immigration section) (CPTLS). We can assist you with preparing a successful visa application to Canada.

Applicants can forward their resume to assess their eligibility under Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program and Canadian Experience Class or Provincial Nominee Program and be successful in obtaining a family Immigration visa.

You can write to us to assess your eligibility at:  [email protected]  (or) contact us +91 44 2823 9229  / 4350 8191 /  2822 7127 / 2822 7222 between Monday – Saturday - 10.30 am to 5.30 pm (Lunch break: 1.30 pm - 2.30 pm) to guide you and assist you in your visa application to Canada.



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