Ontario issued 1,031 NOIs in the Human Capital Priorities Stream

Ontario issued 1,031 NOIs in the Human Capital Priorities Stream

Ontario issued 1,031 NOIs in the Human Capital Priorities Stream
On July 27, 2021, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) held a new draw in the Human Capital Priorities Stream. In this round, OINP issued 1,031 targeted Notifications of Interest (NOIs) to candidates who possess work experience in one of the in-demand occupations. The CRS Express Entry score range of those candidates was 458-467 points. All invited candidates work in one of the following occupations:

NOC 0114 – Other administrative services managers
NOC 0122 – Banking, credit and other investment managers
NOC 0124 – Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
NOC 0125 – Other business services managers
NOC 0211 – Engineering managers
NOC 0311 – Managers in health care
NOC 0601 – Corporate sales managers
NOC 0631 – Restaurant and food service managers
NOC 0711 – Construction managers
NOC 0731 – Managers in transportation
NOC 0911 – Manufacturing managers
NOC 1121 – Human resources professionals
NOC 1122 – Professional occupations in business management consulting
NOC 2161 – Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
NOC 3012 – Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
NOC 3211 – Medical laboratory technologists
NOC 3231 – Opticians
NOC 3233 – Licensed practical nurses
In total, Ontario invited 9,320 candidates through the OINP in 2021, and 2,651 of them were invited under the Human Capital Priorities Stream.

#Ontario, #OINP, #Human_capital, #Occupations_in_demand

Canada updated the Resettlement Assistance Program
On July 27, 2021, the Government of Canada made an update to the Resettlement Assistance Program (RAP). A number of instructions have been updated within the RAP Income Support program delivery instructions based on recommendations resulting from recent audits of the program. The new updates clarify and enhance existing instructions for officers administering the program, specifically as related to secondary migration, One Year Window of Opportunity Program, overpayments, and file preparation. The Government also updated the guidance to reflect the use of the Global Case Management System for the management of RAP Income support files.

#RAP, #resettlement, #GSMS, #settlement

Ottawa announced a program delivery update for in-Canada temporary residence applications
On July 27, 2021, the Government of Canada announced a new program delivery update regarding file transfers to the Centre of Expertise in Security Cases for in-Canada temporary residence applications. The new guidance instructs stage 2 decision-makers to transfer applications to the Domestic Network’s Centre of Expertise in Security Cases if an application has passed eligibility but results from partner agencies have raised admissibility concerns under the sections of A34, A35, and A37 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. These instructions are only applicable for applications submitted in Canada.

#TRV, #temporary_residents, #security, #IRPA, #centre_of_expertise

New Brunswick updated the guidance for the Business Immigration Stream
On July 27, 2021, the Government of New Brunswick (GNB) updated the guidelines for the applicants of the Business Immigration Stream. The New Brunswick Business Immigration stream is an economic immigration pathway for experienced entrepreneurs who want to establish a business in the province while living and settling in New Brunswick permanently. The GNB considers only certain types of new businesses that are based on the economic situation of the province’s labour market, current inventory, and yearly nomination allocations distributed by IRCC.

#New_Brunswick, #Business_immigration, #Entrepreneurs, #GNB