Ontario Nominee Program

Immigrants from all around the world flock to Ontario.

Nearly 40% of Canadians live in Ontario, which is Canada's most populous province. Ontario is also home to Ottawa, Canada's capital, and Toronto, the country's largest metropolis. Ontario is the economic, social, and political heart of Canada in many ways. The province of Ontario is by far the most popular location for newcomers to Canada. Every year, the province accepts one-third of all newcomers. Job possibilities, a high standard of living, and a diverse population attracted people to Ontario. In reality, more than half of Toronto residents were born outside of the country.

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is the name of Ontario's Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) (OINP).

Prospective immigrants with the talents and expertise sought by the province may be eligible for a provincial nomination from Ontario, following which they can apply to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada for permanent residence in Canada (IRCC).

What steps do you need to take in order to relocate to Ontario?

As far as social, political, and economic life are concerned, Ontario is the most favored province in Canada. Around 40% of Canada's population is concentrated in this well-known region. The Ontario ImmigrationProvincial Nominee Program supports potential nominated immigrants who contribute to the province's economic development.

For foreigners such as alumni or workers, this Ontario Provincial Nominee Programis divided into three subcategories.

  • Ontario Provincial Nominee Program
  • Ontario Provincial Nominee Program
  • Human Capital Category

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How does the Ontario PNP Program in Ontario work?

You must create a ONe-key account on the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) website for the Human Capital Category (excluding the Master's Graduate Stream and the Ph.D. Graduate Stream).

Create an account, begin your application on the website, and upload any essential papers. If your application is approved, you'll receive an email with a Nomination Approval Letter, a work permit support letter, and a nomination certificate.

Then, within six months, you must submit your application to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), together with your letter and certificate.

If you are an Express Entry candidate, you will receive your nomination, additional points, and an invitation to apply in a subsequent draw through the Express Entry system.

You must first create an account on the OINP e-Filing Portal and register your Expression of Interest in the Employer Job Offer Category (EOI).

Ontario holds provincial drawings on a regular basis to select the best candidates from the pool. If you are selected, you will be notified via the site, and you will have 14 calendar days to submit your Ontario PNPapplication.

In the case of the Business Category, however, you must first submit an Expression of Interest by emailing the OINP and requesting a registration form. Fill out the form and email it back to us.

You will be assigned to a pool and ranked against other applicants. Ontario holds regular drawings in which the top-scoring individuals are asked to apply to the Entrepreneur Stream via the OINP e-Filing Portal.

You'll also need to employ a professional to examine your personal net worth and legal assets to match the >OntarioPNPEligibility Criteria.

How long does the PNP in Ontario take?

The Human Capital Category takes 30 to 60 days to process.

It takes 60-90 days for the Employer Job Offer Category, with the exception of the International Student Stream, which takes 90-120 days.

The Expression of Interest (EOI) for the Business Category takes less than 30 days to process, although the processing time for the application is dependent on how complex the application is.

Procedure For Submitting An Application

When applying for permanent residency, there are four key procedures to take:

  1. 1 Double-check your Ontario PNP Requirements. Once you've decided which stream you want to apply to, make sure you meet all of the stream's Ontario Provincial Nomination requirements.

  2. Fill out a profile and wait for an invitation to apply or a notice of interest. You must first create a profile in the relevant system for your stream before applying to be nominated. A scoring system will be used to rate profiles. .

The top applicants will be invited to apply or will be notified of their interest.
  • Employer job offer streams and international students: create a profile in the OINP e-Filing Portal and register an expression of interest for your preferred stream(s).
  • Express Entry Streams: Create an Express Entry profile with Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada.

What if you can enter Canada without a visa?

The parent and grandparent Super visa program is still relevant for people who are nationals of visa-exempt countries.

Parent and grandparent Super visa-exempt nationals are usually allowed to visit Canada for six months without getting a visitor visa. A parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is a national of a visa-exempt country can apply for a Letter of Introduction from outside of Canada and present it to a border officer once they arrive in Canada under the Super Visa program. When a Letter of Introduction is submitted, a Canadian border official will usually allow the individual to enter Canada for a two-year term and can also turn the Super visa to permanent resident.

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CIC Super visas are excellent for extended visits to Canada by grandparents and parents. They are multi-entry, long-term visitor visas with additional requirements not found in regular visitor visas, such as a minimum income for the Canadian child or grandchild, a written promise of financial support, proof of family in Canada, an immigration medical examination, and private health insurance.

Our Canadian immigration Ontario Nominee Program come in a variety of packages, including Full Representation, Final Review, and Do-It-Yourself. You can schedule a consultation with an immigration consultant to apply for a Super visa onlineif you have any questions.

  1. 3. Fill out an Ontario PNP Applicationto be nominated by the OINP. You can apply to be nominated by the OINP Ontarioif you have received an invitation to apply or a notification of interest.

Employer job offers and international students: if you have been invited to apply, you must submit your application online within 14 calendar days via the OINP e-Filing Portal.

If you received a notification of interest, you must apply online using the OINP e-Filing Portal within 45 calendar days. The application takes two to three hours to complete.

The cost of the application form:

  • The employer's job offer and human capital streams are either $1,500 or $2,000, depending on the employer.
  • The fee for each business partner or key employee applicant is $3,500.
  • Only Visa, Visa Debit, Mastercard, and Mastercard Debit are accepted.

Application processing times vary; for additional information, see Application Processing Times and Nominations Issued.

4. Submit an application for permanent residence with the Canadian government. If your application is approved and you are nominated by the Ontario Immigrant NomineeProgram, you must then apply for permanent residency with IRCC.

Who becomes a permanent resident is decided by the Canadian government.

Business Assistance

We play an active role in assisting employers in locating talent through immigration.

We're here to assist employers in navigating the immigration procedure and to apply for Ontario PNP in order to:

  • fill labor shortages
  • overseas students are retained
  • competent professionals are hired more quickly.

We can assist innovative enterprises that are scaling up or significantly investing in Ontario as a recognized referral partner under Canada's Global Skills Strategy. We provide specialized assistance to assist firms in obtaining an accelerated work permit and labor market impact assessment (LMIA) for highly skilled talent requirements.

For your convenience, we assist you to apply for PNPOntario, offer information sessions, in-person or teleconference meetings, and dedicated staff.