The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) has reached its 2018 nomination allocation, a total of 6,600 nominations for successful applicants across all streams.

New applications, and applications which have already been submitted to the OINP, will continue to be accepted and considered under the OINP’s 2019 nomination allocation, with the exception of the Masters Graduate stream.

The OINP is operated by the Ontario government in partnership with the federal government through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).  The OINP assesses applications and nominates candidates for permanent residence.  Individuals nominated by the OINP can then apply for permanent residence through IRCC. IRCC makes the final decision on each application and issues permanent resident visas to successful applicants.

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