Today, Ontario PNP draw invited 828 express entry profiles under two different streams. 622 candidates were invited under Human Capital Priorities Stream having CRS cut off score between 463-467. This draw only considered candidates having work experience in one of the following 6 tech NOC codes:
- 0213 Computer and information systems managers
- 2147 Computer engineers
- 2172 Database analysts and data administrators
- 2173 Software engineers and designers
- 2174 Computer programmer and interactive media developers
- 2175 Web designers and developers
In addition, 206 more express entry candidates were invited under French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream having same CRS cut off score range between 463-467. This draw considered profiles created in IRCCs Express Entry system between February 8, 2021 and February 8, 2022.
So far Ontario PNP has invited 2,362 express entry profiles this year.
Click here for January 27, 2022 – Skilled Trades stream draw that Invited record 1,032 express entry profiles.
With no FSW draw since December 2020 and no CEC draw since September 2021, focus has shifted to PNP (Provincial Nominee Programs), rather than relying solely on Express Entry.
Eligibility for Ontario PNP Human Capital Priorities Stream:
- You must have a profile in Express Entry Federal Skilled Worker or Canada Experience Class category.
- You must have a equivalent of Canadian bachelor’s, master’s, or PhD degree.
- CLB 7 or higher in language proficiency.
- You must have enough money to support yourself and your dependent family members when you settle in Canada.
- You must intend to live in Ontario after you’re granted permanent residence.
Cost to Apply For Ontario PNP
The application fee is $1,500 and covers the cost of processing your application.
How To Apply:
If you meet above mentioned eligibility, then you can apply by visiting the following link:
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