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The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)In-Demand Skills Stream stands as a key initiative, aligning the province’s economic needs with skilled individuals eager to contribute to Ontario’s workforce. This stream is part of the broader OINP, which allows the province to nominate individuals for permanent residence in Canada based on their ability to contribute to Ontario’s economic development. It is tailored to address specific labor market shortages by targeting occupations in high demand within the province. By prioritizing occupations that are crucial to the region’s development, this stream provides a pathway for skilled workers to not only enhance their careers but also contribute significantly to the vibrant communities of Ontario, Canada. The program aims to attract qualified professionals who possess the necessary skills and experience to fill these gaps, thereby contributing to the growth and prosperity of the province. Applicants under this stream must meet certain eligibility criteria related to their work experience, education, language proficiency, and job offer in an eligible occupation. The In-Demand Skills Stream is a dynamic program that responds to the evolving needs of Ontario’s labor market. It provides an opportunity for skilled workers to contribute their talents to the province while pursuing a pathway to permanent residence in Canada. Prospective applicants should carefully review the eligibility criteria and requirements to ensure a successful application under this stream. 

You can also get to know other immigration pathways more suited to each particular situation. All of our fees and packages are also available! Overall, the OINP The Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker stream is not merely a means to obtain immigration status; rather, it symbolizes a collaborative effort between Ontario and skilled professionals worldwide to shape a workforce that thrives on diversity, skills, and a shared commitment to building a prosperous future. You can also get acquainted with other OINP programs. 

Book a consultation today to discuss your eligibility and take your first step towards living and working in Ontario. Let us guide you through the Foreign Worker stream and make your Canadian dream a reality.

Recent draws


Dec 5, 2023


In-Demand Skills Stream





Latest Updates

  • On December 5, 2023 only 13 targeted invites were issued to candidates who could be eligible for the federal Economic Mobility Pathways Project under this stream Read more

  • Additionally, on December 5, 2023 invitations were issued to professionals in general occupations who had a score of 30 and above. Read more

  • On August 15, 2023 applicants working in general occupations were sent invitations and they had a score of 23 and above. Read more

  • On June 20, 2023 applicants working in general occupations were sent invitations and they had a score of 26 and above. Read more

Program Timeline

Once your application has been approved, you will receive the following via email: 

  • A nomination approval letter 
  • A nomination certificate 
  • A work permit support letter (if applicable) 

Once the applicant has the appropriate documents, the following stage is applying for Permanent Residency through the OINP International Student Stream. To do so, there are certain conditions that an applicant has to meet and maintain throughout the whole process. Those include: 

  • The applicant must either be already employed at the approved company and employer or pursue a work permit within six months and start working within 10 months if the applicant has not started the job yet. If this condition is not met, the OINP program must be notified immediately. 
  • The nature of the employment, alongside the employer, position, wage, and location must remain consistent throughout the whole process. Upon any changes in employment, the OINP program must be notified of those changes. 

Create a profile

Creating a profile on the OINP e-Filing Portal.

Register an expression of interest

Registering an expression of interest for the international student stream.

Fill in forms and upload documents

Filling in forms and uploading required documentations within 14 days of receiving invitation to apply.

Applying for permanent residency (PR)

Applying for permanent residency (PR) to the IRCC within 6 months of receiving the nomination.

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No, this specific stream gives the edge to professionals who possess in-demand skills, allowing them to apply with just 9 months of cumulative work experience that was gained in the three years prior to the submission of the application.

This stream targets professionals in the fields of agriculture, construction, trucking or home support work. These professionals must have an eligible job offer in Ontario and can apply both from inside and outside Canada

No, the In-Demand Skills Stream requires paid, full-time work experience in an eligible occupation and an eligible job offer in Ontario. Self-employed work is not eligible under this stream.

Yes, owning a valid work permit grants applicants 10 points, while having tenure at their current workplace (working more than 6 months) adds 3 points. So, yes, this is a good way to make a better candidacy and submit a stronger application.

No, applicants must have work experience in the same in-demand occupation as their job offer to be eligible for the In-Demand Skills Stream. Work experience in a different occupation is not considered for this stream.

If you have work experience in multiple in-demand occupations, you should choose the one that aligns with your job offer. Your eligibility will be assessed based on the selected in-demand occupation.

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