Ontario has revised its minimum eligibility Comprehensive Ranking System score requirements for its Express Entry-linked Human Capital Priorities Immigration System.
The candidates when applying to Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program required Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score if 400 and above, however this will be waived off and the stream’s minimum guidelines say score or other factors will be “as determined by the director”.
A further updates by Ontario suggests that the candidates need to mention their interest in immigrating to either Ontario or all provinces and territories” when creating an Express Entry profile.
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) for the previous last three draws has give up the minimum CRS 400 requirement and instead targeted on Express Entry candidates with a job offer in Ontario and another draw embattled applicants with French Language abilities of CLB 7 or higher. In these draws, Ontario jump down the minimum CRS FROM 400 to 350 in its August 9, 2018 job offer draw.
What is Human Capital’s Priorities Stream?
Human Capital’s Priorities Stream is Ontario’s most popular immigration pathway for Canadian Permanent Residence. The candidates who match the eligibility requirements of Ontario- Human Capital stream are given invitation to apply through OINP-Human Capital Priorities Stream.
Till now, Ontario has issued total of 3,534 notifications of interest to select Express Entry candidates through the HCP in 2018.
The selected candidates having notification of interest are eligible to apply for OINP- Human Capital Stream. They are also entitled to receive 600 additional CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) Score towards their overall CRS point score.
Know more about Ontario Human Capital's Priorities Stream Process