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OINP - EE - Human Capital Priorities Stream - Comprehensive Guide

SumH12

Hero Member
Apr 11, 2018
523
299
Category........
PNP
Visa Office......
Sydney NS
NOC Code......
1112
Nomination.....
26-09-2018
AOR Received.
06-10-2018
Med's Done....
12-12-2018
Passport Req..
11-03-2019
VISA ISSUED...
22-03-2019
Hi everyone,
Regarding the proof of funds required, currently we have the funds in fixed-term deposits (6 months term) and their maturity is close to this date.

We are not sure if the right thing to do is to cancel or to nenew these deposits. We are confused about the "readily transferable" concept for the proof of funds requirement.

Will it be acceptable a certified copy of term-deposit certificates? or do we have to cancel them, put the money in a personal sight savings account and ask for letter issued by the bank where they explain that the money is in sight and readily to be used at any time, clarifying hat the funds were previously in a 6 months term deposit?

Thanks in advance.
 

vensak

VIP Member
Jul 14, 2016
3,811
998
119
Category........
Visa Office......
Vienna
NOC Code......
1225
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
Is there any chance for 390 CRS to get NOI as my NOC is one of the ICT occupations.
Yes but you would have to be:
A - A French speaker
B - have a valid job offer from Ontario
C - be able to qualify under their business streams

Given the situation with current ITA, they have people people with CRS 400+ that would gladly apply should they receive NOI.
 

inder520

Member
Jun 22, 2017
10
0
If
Yes but you would have to be:
A - A French speaker
B - have a valid job offer from Ontario
C - be able to qualify under their business streams

Given the situation with current ITA, they have people people with CRS 400+ that would gladly apply should they receive NOI.
Will 400 work to get ITA?
 

Bukenzy

Member
Mar 14, 2018
13
2
Hi everyone,
Regarding the proof of funds required, currently we have the funds in fixed-term deposits (6 months term) and their maturity is close to this date.

We are not sure if the right thing to do is to cancel or to nenew these deposits. We are confused about the "readily transferable" concept for the proof of funds requirement.

Will it be acceptable a certified copy of term-deposit certificates? or do we have to cancel them, put the money in a personal sight savings account and ask for letter issued by the bank where they explain that the money is in sight and readily to be used at any time, clarifying hat the funds were previously in a 6 months term deposit?

Thanks in advance.

Hi,

I also included fix term deposits as my proof of funds. All I did was get a letter from the bank to say it’s free from debt , easily liquidated and how much it will be if I want to liquidate it as at the date I was requesting.

I hope this helps

Good luck
 
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