Nomination Allotted for 2017 under OINP has been achieved
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One of the most prestigious Provincial Nominee of Canada – OINP (Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program) has achieved its set target for the year 2017 under nomination allocation with full success.

The Province recently announced that on 22nd November, 2017, all the set target for 10 different immigration programs have been reached without any untoward. The province till now had its busiest year in trying to fill up the total space of 6000 place under Canada Immigration to Ontario province.

The OINP stated that the process of submitting the paid application have been completed and this will follow the next step of approving the selected applications under which approved candidates will garner Provincial Nomination Certificate by early next year who will duly notified.

Apart from its ever popular Human Capital Priorities Stream under Express Entry program, there are several other that have been integrated in the OINP. Skilled Trades Workers and French Speaking Skilled Worker streams are two that have been given maximum weightage.

The new streams included basically looks for experienced candidates in the sector of Agriculture and Construction in Ontario and has selected candidates on the basis of the need in labor market of the same industries. In future the same will not be limited to just two sectors and might include some other industry segments as well.

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