Latest OINP Draws

Latest OINP Draws Issue 244 PR Invitations

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) continues to play a pivotal role in attracting skilled workers and international students to Ontario. The latest OINP draw, conducted on June 11, 2024, issued 244 invitations to apply (ITAs) for permanent residency. This blog post will provide a comprehensive overview of these draws and what they signify for prospective immigrants.

The latest OINP draw is significant for several reasons. It not only highlights the province’s ongoing efforts to attract top talent but also demonstrates the targeted approach Ontario is taking to address specific labor market needs. For those who have been eagerly waiting for their chance to apply for permanent residency, this draw brings new hope and opportunities.

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Breakdown of the Ontario-OINP Draws

The June 11, 2024, draw issued invitations under two main streams:

  • Foreign Worker Stream: 124 invitations
  • International Student Stream: 120 invitations

Both draws specifically targeted candidates with job offers for early childhood educators and assistants in Ontario. This targeted approach aligns with Ontario’s strategy to address labor shortages in crucial sectors.

StreamNumber of InvitationsDate Profiles CreatedScore Range
Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream124June 11, 2023 – June 11, 202443 and above
Employer Job Offer: International Student Stream120June 11, 2023 – June 11, 202465 and above

Previous Draws and Their Impact

To understand the significance of the June 11 draw, it’s essential to look at previous draws:

  • March 12, 2024: The International Student Stream invited 1,306 candidates in a general round.
  • April 23, 2024: The Foreign Worker Stream targeted skilled trade occupations, issuing 209 invitations.
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These draws indicate a consistent effort by Ontario to attract skilled individuals who can contribute to the province’s economic and social development.

Increased Nomination Quota for 2024

In 2024, the OINP’s annual nomination quota increased by 5,000 to 21,500. This boost represents about 20% of Canada’s annual immigration levels plan for provincial nominees. This increase underscores Ontario’s commitment to welcoming more immigrants and addressing labor market needs effectively.

Processing Times and What to Expect

Prospective applicants often wonder about the processing times for various OINP streams. Here are the latest average processing times as of January 2024:

OINP StreamsAverage Processing Time
Ontario’s Express Entry French-Speaking Skilled Worker90 – 120 days
Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities60 – 90 days
Ontario’s Express Entry Skilled Trades120 – 150 days
Masters Graduate30 – 60 days
PhD Graduate30 – 60 days
Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream120 – 150 days
Employer Job Offer: International Student Stream90 – 120 days
Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills Stream120 – 150 days
Entrepreneur Stream (EOI Assessment)Less than 30 days

The Future of Ontario-OINP Draws

The June 11 Ontario-OINP draw exemplifies the province’s strategic approach to immigration, targeting specific sectors to meet labor market demands. With 244 invitations issued, the draw provides new opportunities for skilled workers and international graduates aspiring to make Ontario their home. As Ontario continues to refine its immigration strategies, staying informed about these draws will be crucial for prospective applicants. The Ontario-OINP draw remains a vital pathway for those seeking to build a future in one of Canada’s most dynamic provinces. Stay tuned to ImmigCanada for the latest updates and insights on Canada’s immigration landscape.

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