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Ontario PNP Issues Notifications Of Interest (NOIs) To French Speaking Candidates

Ontario PNP Issues Notifications Of Interest (NOIs) To French Speaking Candidates

Posted On: Fri, May 01 2020

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) has recently issued Notification of Interest on 30th April 2020 under Ontario Express Entry- French-speaking Skilled Worker Stream. Candidates who may qualify for this stream were eligible to apply for provincial nomination. In order to manage the demand, the candidate who had (Comprehensive Ranking System) CRS Score between 432 and 454, they were given preference to get PNP nomination.

Since candidates invited in this draw have profiles in the federal Express Entry system; they will be able to receive an additional 600 CRS points toward the overall points score. CRS will be given through undertaking some of the suitable factors such as applicant age, education, work experience, official language ability and other applicable factors. Candidates with a higher CRS score will be given more priority to get a permanent residency visa.

If applicants received an NOI, they don’t need to contact the program. Further, they can review the criteria before submitting an application. Ontario Express Entry French-speaking Skilled worker stream is an immigration program under Ontario immigration which gives the opportunity to French-speaking skilled workers, having strong English language abilities to apply for permanently live and work in Ontario.

For further updates regarding OINP and other PNP programs, get in touch with Aptech Global. Once you fill the online assessment form, you will soon receive a call back from one of our PNP specialists.


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