French-Speaking Skilled Workers

Ontario’s Latest PNP Draw Welcomes French-Speaking Skilled Workers

In a move that promises fresh opportunities and embraces linguistic diversity, Ontario’s Latest Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draw has extended invitation to 63 French-speaking skilled workers. This latest development opens doors to an exciting chapter in Ontario’s pursuit of a multicultural and skilled workforce. Let’s delve into the details and discover how this draw can shape your future in the heart of Canada.

Ontario’s Latest PNP Draw – 21 September, 2023

The Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP) recently conducted its fifth draw of 2023 for skilled Francophone workers. On September 21, 2023, the latest OINP draw was held, resulting in invitations being extended to 63 candidates from the French-speaking Skilled Worker Stream in a general draw. To qualify for a Notification of Interest (NOI) in this draw, candidates needed to achieve a score between 348 and 434.

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Key Highlights of the OINP Latest Draw:

Date of NOIs issued: September 21, 2023
Type of draw: General
Number of NOIs issued:
63
CRS score range: 348-434
Profiles created in IRCC’s Express Entry system : September 21, 2022, to September 21, 2023

NOIs are issued regularly based on Ontario’s application needs. If nominated, apply for permanent residency through IRCC for the final decision on permanent residency.

Previous Draws for the French-speaking Skilled Worker Stream:

Date of Draw

No. of Invitations IssuedMinimum Score
September 7

300308-434
July 2595321-374

June 5

278312-487
June 5

139348-487
March 16

271291-489
March 16344400-489

To date, Ontario has issued 1,490 NOIs under this stream and continues to identify eligible candidates in IRCC’s Express Entry pool for its immigration streams.

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The Express Entry System

Skilled worker selection for immigration to Ontario primarily relies on the Express Entry System. It’s a shared approach with federal and provincial authorities. Applicants create online profiles ranked using the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), considering factors like age, education, work experience, and language skills.

Eligibility Criteria: Are You Eligible?

To seize this opportunity, you must meet specific criteria:

  • Proficiency in French
  • Valued in high-demand fields.
  • Strong academic background
  • Genuine commitment to residing in Ontario

Why You Should Consider Ontario’s Latest PNP Draw?

The recent Ontario draw for skilled Francophone workers provides a streamlined pathway for French-speaking individuals to secure an invitation to apply for permanent residence, simplifying their settlement in the province. This initiative reflects Ontario’s commitment to celebrating its diverse cultural richness and fostering linguistic diversity. Skilled Francophone workers benefit not only from economic opportunities but also from the recognition of the value of their French language skills in the immigration process, emphasizing their importance in various sectors.

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In the realm of skilled labourers aspiring to establish themselves in Ontario or those who find themselves captivated by the province’s cultural dynamism, the most recent PNP draw is a substantial stride towards assimilation of proficient Francophone into the very core of Canada.

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