The Ontario immigration authorities have issued a total of 300 Notifications of Interest (NOIs) under the French-speaking Skilled Worker stream in their latest PNP draw, which took place on September 7, 2023. This draw saw candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores ranging from 308 to 434 being invited to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
The French-speaking skilled Worker stream is part of the larger immigration system of Ontario. This stream is specifically designed for candidates who have strong French language skills and wish to settle in a French-speaking province or territory in Canada.
Key Details of the Latest OINP Draw:
- Date and Time of Draw: The draw took place on September 7, 2023, with candidates being selected from the Express Entry pool.
- Number of NOIs Issued: A total of 300 candidates received NOIs in this draw, indicating their eligibility to apply for permanent residence.
- CRS Score Range: The CRS score range for this draw varied between 308 and 434. Candidates with higher CRS scores were given preference, as is the norm in Express Entry draws.
- Profiles Created in IRCC’s Express Entry System: The eligibility pool for this draw included candidates who had created profiles in the Express Entry system between September 7, 2022, and September 7, 2023. This timeframe determined their eligibility for consideration.
- General Draw: This draw is classified as a general draw, open to candidates who meet the specific criteria of the French-speaking skilled Worker stream.
The French-speaking skilled Worker stream is a testament to Canada’s commitment to welcoming skilled individuals who can contribute to the country’s thriving French-speaking communities.
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