Ontario’s over 13 million citizens comprise over one-third of Canada’s total population. The nation’s capital city, Ottawa, sits within this province.

Ontario’s capital city is Toronto, the most multicultural city in the world with its great numbers of ethnic villages including four Chinatowns. Toronto is Canada’s financial, corporate and communications capital. It is one of the most thriving economies of the world.
The Ontario’s provincial nominee program is called OINP (Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program). Successful candidates, post nomination by the province will receive the Ontario Provincial Nomination Certificate. Like many of its peers, OINP is a fast-track application category. Which means, applications made under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program have less processing timelines compared to other regular immigration categories. Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) consists of 4 immigration streams. They are:

  • Ontario Express Entry Stream
  • Ontario General Category/Employer Job Offer Category
  • Ontario Business Category
  • Ontario International Student Category

Each of these programs have been designed to meet the province’s need of having a strong workforce to meet its growing demands. To know more about these immigration streams, contact us.
Apart from the above streams, the province also offers business immigration options wherein persons with business interests or ideas in the province may apply for permanent residency along with their family members (spouse or common-law partner as well as dependents).

 

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