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* Disclaimer: The Ontario PNP (OINP) calculator on our website is designed to assist users in estimating their potential points for immigration purposes. It is not an official calculator and should be used for informational purposes only. The results obtained through this calculator are not binding or official, and the accuracy is dependent on the information provided by the user. Our platform assumes no responsibility for any decisions or actions taken based on the calculated scores. Users are encouraged to verify their eligibility and obtain official guidance from relevant immigration authorities or professionals. The calculator is not a substitute for professional advice, and users should seek personalized assistance for comprehensive immigration assessments.

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No, this stream, like other OINP Job Offer Streams, operate outside of Express Entry. An applicant can not apply for this stream directly. Rather, they have two ways to be considered for this stream:

  • Create an Express Entry profile and receive their Notification of Interest (NOI)
  • Create a profile on OINP e-filing portal and register Expression of Interest

Then, the applicant has to wait until they receive their invitation from Ontario and submit their application to the province within 14 days
The third and final step is to receive the nomination approval letter and apply for Permanent Residency within 6 months.
The key idea behind the OINP program is to search the Express Entry pool for eligible applicants who are equipped with the skills and knowledge to advance the economic state of Ontario by bringing proficient specialists to the province.

The key factor to consider is the importance of maintaining a valid status in Canada. If an applicant’s work permit is valid, they may work as long as that permit allows. Later, upon meeting eligibility, an applicant may have the possibility of working under “Maintained Status” while awaiting for a decision on their application. So, the important thing to keep in mind is the validity of the applicant’s status, and keeping the status up-to-date.

The higher the candidate’s level of education, the more points the applicant will be granted. For example, some of the eligible education markers and the points possible to receive from them are:

  • A Ph.D. – 10 points
  • A Master’s degree – 8 points
  • Bachelor’s degree or a Graduate diploma/certificate – 6 points
  • Undergraduate diploma/apprenticeship/college diploma – 5 points
  • Less than a college diploma – 0 points.

Hence, the higher the level of education, the higher the chances of getting a NOI.

Yes, It is important to remember than knowledge of the official Canadian languages also affects an applicant’s scores, so upon learning both, and applicant can increase the chances of getting an NOI. For example, if the applicant speaks both official languages: French and English, they will receive 10 points. However, 5 points are granted for each official language ability. The level at which the applicant commands the language is also a scoring factor. For example:

  • CLB level 9 – 10 points
  • CLB level 8 – 6 points
  • CLB level 7 – 4 points

(any level lower does not receive any points)

Yes, there are several institutions that offer various degrees with the duration of at least a year. Some of these institutions are:

  • Algoma University
  • Trent University
  • University of Windsor
  • York University

No, self-employed professionals (physicians also) are not eligible for the OINP International Student Stream. The key requirement to apply for any of the OINP Job Offer Stream, is to hold a valid job offer from an eligible employer. Without this relationship, applicants can not receive an invitation from the province under this program. Self-employed skilled professionals can be eligible for the Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream, which will grant them the opportunity to apply while self-employed, upon meeting certain eligibility criteria.

One of the main eligibility requirements for this stream is to pursue the eligible certificate on a full-time basis, whether it should have lasted a year or two depends on the academic credential. The applicant’s educational institution determines how many hours per week is considered a full-time study program. Typically, 15 hours per week is required for a student to be actively instructed in the institution to consider the acquired degree or certificate full-time.

Some points are granted to an applicant on the basis of their status opon two scenarios:

  • The applicant holds a valid study permit
  • The applicant holds a valid work permit

In either case, 10 points will be granted to the applicant. There are no points available for any other status.

Yes, the OINP program prioritizes certain fields in education, and grants more points depending on the applicant’s degree and in which field of study that degree has been acquired in. The highest points that can be received for the field of study factor is 12. To be able to receive these 12 points, the degree or certificate must be in the field of STEM/Health and Trades. This includes professions like engineering, data science, health, architecture, construction and other eligible professions. 6 points are granted if the applicant’s degree was in business and administration, economics, social sciences, legal, and educational sciences. Degrees that specialize in art and humanities, BHASE, and un-classifies programs are not eligible to earn any points.

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