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Latest Ontario Entrepreneur Stream Draw Sees Drop In Minimum Score

Latest Ontario Entrepreneur Stream Draw Sees Drop In Minimum ScoreOntario immigration has conducted a new draw for the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program’s Entrepreneur Stream.

The draw, conducted on May 14, 2018 saw the OINP issue 10 Invitations to Apply to candidates, with a minimum score of 127.

The Ontario Entrepreneur Stream is one of two business categories operated by Canada’s largest province, the other being the Ontario Corporate Stream.

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This was the fourth draw of 2018 under OES, with specific details published for the first time by the province. This comes following an agreement on immigration signed with Canada’s federal government in late 2018.

The previous OES draw, on April 16, 2018 saw the OINP issue 13 Invitations to Apply to candidates, with a minimum score of 132.

Ontario Entrepreneur Stream: Steps to Canadian Permanent Residency

Stage 1

Step 1: Make Sure You Satisfy all Criteria and Requirements

Step 2: Complete and Submit an Online Expression of Interest (EOI)

Step 3: Invitation to Apply

Step 4: Submit Your Online Application

Step 5: Application Assessment

Step 6: Sign Performance Agreement

Stage 2

Step 7: Before You Arrive: Temporary Work Permit

Step 8: After You Arrive: 20 Months For Business Establishment

Step 9: Nomination for Permanent Residence

Step 10: Application For Permanent Residence, Plus Three Years of Monitoring

Ontario Corporate Stream: Steps to Canadian Permanent Residency

Step 1: Make Sure You Satisfy all the Criteria and Requirements of the OCS

Step 2: Submit Application

Step 3: Application Assessment

Step 4: Sign Performance Agreement

Step 5: Temporary Work Permit

Step 6:  Arrival and Business Establishment

Step 7: Nomination and Application for Permanent Residence

Step 8: Monitoring

Summary: Canada-Ontario Immigration Agreement

  1. Ontario will provide an annual provincial immigration plan to the federal government, to be considered when Canada-wide annual levels are finalized.
  2. Develop ways to increase numbers of French-speaking immigrants, an improve integration services for when those immigrants arrive.
  3. Recognize the important role played by local government in attracting and retaining newcomers.
  4. Promotion and recruitment of immigrants and temporary residents to meet Ontario’s labour market needs.
  5. Ontario’s authority to nominate immigrants under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program.
  6. Continued investment in the integration of immigrants particularly with regard to reception, health, education and social services.
  7. Promotion of a multicultural Canadian society.

Ontario has also begun publishing details of draws under its popular Express Entry streams, including Human Capital Priorities, French Speaking Skilled Worker and Skilled Trades.

The OINP has received an increased federal government allocation for 2018 of 6,600 nominations, up 600 on the number for 2017.

It recently briefly re-opened its popular International Student Stream for Masters graduates for the second time in 2018, closing it again hours later. The PhD graduate stream remains open.

Status of OINP Streams

Immigration Stream Status
Human Capital Priorities (Express Entry) Open
French-Speaking Skilled Worker (Express Entry) Open
Skilled Trades (Express Entry) Open
Employer Job Offer Open
International Student (Masters Graduate) Closed
International Student (PhD Graduate) Open
Investor Immigration (Corporate) Open
Investor Immigration (Entrepreneur) Open

Source: www.ontarioimmigration.ca

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