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29-Mar-2018

EXPRESS ENTRY APPLICANTS WITH COMPREHENSIVE RANKING SYSTEM SCORE WITH 351 POINTS ARE INVITED BY ONTARIO

Provincial Nomination application under the province of Ontario updated two new invitation rounds where Express Entry applicants with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores as low as 351 were allotted an invitation for applicant who scored as low as 351 points through the program Human Capital Priorities Stream and invited 779 applicants with scores between 351 to 446 points.   

Applicants who had applied Canada’s Express Entry pool were selected by the province of Ontario and were invited to apply for a nomination through its program Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP).

Applicants with nomination through Ontario’s Human Capital Priority stream marks on an Express Entry applicants obtain the addition 600 points in Comprehensive Ranking System, (CRS), points and applicants were invited  to apply for Permanent Residence visa application during a future draw from the Express Entry pool.

In March 2018 the two rounds of draws showed were exceptional because Ontario allotted the Targeted Notifications of Interest  to applicants  who were eligible under the  Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP) standards and who either had a job offer in Ontario or French language skills of CLB 7 or above.

In its statement, the two rounds of invitations were conducted to help Ontario “meet its labour market and economic development priorities, as well as to be more responsive to employer needs for the province of Ontario.  This Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP)  selection with French-speaking applicants may also be nominated by Ontario through the French-Speaking Skilled Workers stream, which requires applicants  to have both French and English language proficiency skills.

Most of the applications who were invited through the draw by the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) were the applicants who submitted their Express Entry profiles between January 2018 and March 2018.

The Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP)  naturally needed applicants to have a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 400 or above, while it has on time selected targeted applicants who had the required points with CRS points less than 400 points.

In targeting Express Entry candidates with French language abilities, Ontario aims to reach its goal of five per cent Francophone immigration under the Ontario Immigration Strategy.

These were the first Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP)  draws this year to only target candidates with job offers and French language ability. The earlier four draws conducted in 2018 targeted applicant eligible for the Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP), with no limits with regard to a job offer or the requirement of having French language skill.

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) advised it will continue to issue Notification of Interest (NOI) through the Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP) on a consistent source to applicants, who have the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 400 and meet all the program requirements.  

Applicants who like to process an application through the Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP) must lodge a profile into the Federal Express Entry pool with all the requirement such as having the applicant’s qualification assessed with Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) body and have the minimum language points both in Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) and Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).   

Bilimoria & Associate is specialised in Immigration visas to Canada with over 22 plus years of experience and will be able to guide applicants on various visa types based on the eligibility.

Bilimoria & Associate liaisons with Member of Law Society of Upper Canada and Canadian Bar Association (Immigration section) (CPTLS). We can assist you with preparing a successful visa application to Canada.

Applicants can forward their resume to assess their eligibility under Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program and Canadian Experience Class or Provincial Nominee Program and be successful in obtaining a family Immigration visa.

You can write to us to assess your eligibility at:  neville@bilimoriaassociate.com  (or) contact us +91 44 2822 7222 2823 9229 / 4350 8191 between Monday – Saturday, 10.30 am to 5.30 pm to guide you and assist you in your visa application to Canada.

 

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