The Ontario province of Canada is one of the most advanced provinces in canada. A rapidly growing economy halted by a labor shortage,Ontario is more than keen to invite candidates for permanent residency in Canada and to apply for Canada PR through the latest OINP draw.
To fight the problem of labor shortage, Ontario introduced the OINP draw under the ontario immigrant nominee program. Under the latest Ontario draw, the province sends out invitations to apply to candidates so they can swiftly move through the permanent residency process.
Find out the latest Ontario draw news here!
The Ontario immigrant nominee program, which has its own labor market demands, frequently scans the Immigration, refugees and citizenship IRCC’s express entry pool to identify candidates that meet these demands.
OINP has its own occupation demand list, find it on our web as OCCUPATION DEMAND LIST IN ONTARIO 2023.
On 05th June, 2023
- Ontario released a draw comprising a total of 417 eligible candidates.
- They were sent notifications of interest (NOIs) wherein the province of Ontario expressed their interest in the candidate.
- The latest Ontario draw was a targeted draw that focused on French speaking skilled workers who can contribute to the economy and have professions that are per the occupation demand list in Ontario 2023.
- The candidates had to have professions as mentioned under the national occupation classification, it was also required that they have eligible work experience in the same.
- Through Ontario draw, Ontario invited people whose occupation lies in TEER 0,1,2 and 3, that is
TEER 0 – Management occupations
TEER 1 – occupations requiring
A college diploma
Work experience of 2 or more years
Supervisory work experience
TEER 2 – occupations requiring
A college diploma
Work experience of less than 2 years
On the job experience of more than 6 months
The targeted draw focused on the following professions –
Other than these professions, other Ontario in demand occupations that may receive a draw soon includes –
|General farmworkers||Harvesting laborers||Home support workers|
|Civil engineers||Early childhood educators||Heavy equipment operators|
ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY UNDER ONTARIO DRAW
You must meet the following requirements to be eligible to apply under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee program and if your profession is in demand, then you will be qualified as per the government’s discretion under a draw.
- Those migrating from outside Canada have to get their education degrees, diplomas accredited.
- This is done to ensure that the degree you have pursued outside Canada holds the same value as a Canadian degree.
- Education pursued only from recognised institutes will be eligible for visa application.
- A bachelor’s degree or diploma in an occupation as per the Ontario occupation demand list
- A master’s degree in a similar or same course
- Work experience as per the Ontario occupation demand list
LATEST ONTARIO DRAW LIST
Find below the latest Ontario draw details.
|DATE OF ISSUE||June 05, 2023|
|CRS SCORE RANGE||312-487|
|TYPE OF DRAW||Targeted Health professionals Education Finance occupations|
|DATE OF ISSUE||June 05, 2023|
|CRS SCORE RANGE||348-487|
|TYPE OF DRAW||Targeted Tech TradesOther priority occupations|
THE COMPLETE ONTARIO IN DEMAND LIST AS PER THE LATEST ONTARIO DRAW
NOC 10010 – Financial managers
NOC 10011 – Human resources managers
NOC 12101 – Human resources and recruitment officers
NOC 12102 – Procurement and purchasing agents and officers
NOC 13100 – Administrative officers
NOC 13110 – Administrative assistants
NOC 31100 – Specialists in clinical and laboratory medicine
NOC 31101 – Specialists in surgery
NOC 31102 – General practitioners and family physicians
NOC 31112 – Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists
NOC 31120 – Pharmacists
NOC 31200 – Psychologists
NOC 31202 – Physiotherapists
NOC 31203 – Occupational Therapists
NOC 31204 – Kinesiologists and other professional occupations in therapy and assessment
NOC 31301 – Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
NOC 31302 – Nurse practitioners
NOC 31303 – Physician assistants, midwives, and allied health professionals
NOC 32101 – Licensed practical nurses
NOC 32103 – Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists, and cardiopulmonary technologists
NOC 32109 – Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment
NOC 32120 – Medical laboratory technologists
NOC 32121 – Medical radiation technologists
NOC 33102 – Nurse aides, orderlies, and patient service associates
NOC 33103 – Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants
NOC 33109 – Other assisting occupations in support of health services
NOC 40021 – School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education
NOC 41200 – University professors and lecturers
NOC 41210 – College and other vocational instructors
NOC 41220 – Secondary school teachers
NOC 41221 – Elementary school and kindergarten teachers
NOC 41300 – Social Workers
NOC 41301 – Therapists in counseling and related specialized therapies
NOC 41310 – Police investigators and other investigative occupations
NOC 41321 – Career development practitioners and career counselors (except education)
NOC 42201 – Social and community service workers
NOC 42202 – Early childhood educators and assistants
NOC 42203 – Instructors of Persons with Disabilities
NOC 43100 – Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants