Maybe the update has something to do with this:I noticed the OINP page updated - May 03, 2022. Hence trying to guess.
Yeah, thanks.Maybe the update has something to do with this:
Effective May 3, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) will publish the names of individuals, employers and representatives who have had an administrative monetary penalty or banning order imposed against them for contravening the Ontario Immigration Act, 2015.
If you are nominated by a province you need to stay in that province. You can leave but you need to justify this leave with proof - eg you've been trying to get a job for a year in province a with no luck but got one in province b.Hello everyone, I have a question.
Is there any restrictions for applicants to stay restricted to Ontario if they get the approval or can they look for opportunities in other provinces.
If Yes, then does that by any chance affect our citizenship application or creates any issue down the line?
The last one on that page was on April 28. They also added this note on top of the page:Yes. Just check the website. https://www.ontario.ca/page/2022-ontario-immigrant-nominee-program-updates
Election is June 2 so draws may resume the following week or the week after.The last one on that page was on April 28. They also added this note on top of the page:
With the provincial election underway, we have temporarily stopped updating this page when we issue notifications of interest or invitations to apply.
So I was asking if they have conducted new draws since last month, without updating the page.