The Ontario province has so far issued 1,065 invitations via its French-Speaking Worker Stream
Ontario has issued 44 more invitations through its French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream to candidates of the Express Entry.
The Ontario PNP has been issuing invitation using this stream in almost every week of the year. And, the latest draw takes the total invitation numbers to 1,065 this year. This most recent one was conducted right seven days after the previous one on 6, September 2018, in which 15 invitations were issues.
The stream is for the French-speaking Express Entry candidate with the strong proficiency in the English language (at least CLB 6) desiring to work and live in the province permanently.
Candidates must have the required eligibility for the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC) or the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) and satisfy the specified criteria of Ontario.
According to the OINP, the candidates issued Notifications of Interest (NOIs) in the latest draw submitted their Express Entry profiles between the 1, January and 13, September 2018. It must be remembered that getting an NOI shouldn’t be taken for being qualified for the French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream. Any candidate who was issued an NOI is told to check the Stream’s requirements to make sure that they satisfy the provincial and federal criteria.
Those who have interest in the Ontario’s French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream need to confirm this whether they are eligible for the Express Entry pool or not.
For availing more information about the Ontario’s French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream for the Canada immigration, call the corporate hotline +91-7042 184 185 / email your queries on firstname.lastname@example.org or Visit the Official Website. You can directly walk-in to our nearby office for more details and enquiry.
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