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Ontario Employer Job Offer Stream: 1,250 International Students Register

Ontario Employer Job Offer stream: International Student program received its registration limit of 1,250 when an application window opened on Wednesday.

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) stream opened and closed in just a matter of 25 minutes on the morning of August 19.

“Demand for the OINP is very high, and Ontario consistently balances intake across its streams,” an OINP statement said.

“This includes cleverly managing application intake to ensure that the program is meeting the requirements of employers and filling specific labor market gaps across Ontario.”

Due to the current situation concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, Ontario required each application to be lodged with the most recent version of the Employer Form completed and dated Aug. 19, 2020.

This was to ensure all the documents and information contained on the form are current.

The Ontario Employer Job Offer category is targetted at candidates who have a job offer from an Ontario employer.

For the International Student Stream, candidates are required to have completed studies from a publicly-funded Canadian post-secondary institution.

How to Apply Employer Job Offer: International Student Stream

The Ontario immigration department says interested candidates should access the OINP e-Filing Portal directly from the Employer Job Offer: International Student Stream webpage on the OINP website.

Click the button that says “Submit an application.” Ontario immigration recommends applicants to use a computer device to access the e-Filing system.

Ontario’s Employer Job Offer: Eligibility Requirements

Eligible persons need a job offer from an eligible employer in the Ontario province. Though the candidate does not necessarily need to be currently residing in Ontario, they need to hold legal status if they are applying in Canada. The Ontario immigration department will accept applications from applicants who are on implied status.

The job offer must be in a skilled occupation classified as type 0, A, or B according to Canada’s National Occupational Classification.

Among other eligibility requirements, applicants must have graduated from a full-time related degree or diploma program in Canada within the past two years. Over fifty (50) percent of their studies must have been completed while they were lawfully living in Canada.

They will also have to show their intention of residing in Ontario and demonstrate their ties to the province which could include previous experience or social connections among others.