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OINP employer job offer stream 2017

sri987

Full Member
Sep 26, 2016
31
2
Category........
Visa Office......
US
NOC Code......
2171/2174
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
07-10-2016
4) if it's the same company,the salary should be at least the same
5)if you are not in Ca,yes they should prove that they are looking for a PR or Canadian at that position.
7)no need for WES and IELTS as its only for high skill
8) you should check by yourself regarding the occupation and criteria
9)also OINP site to see if it's open or not

Thanks for the reply!!!! and do we have any Whatsapp groups for this ?????
 
 

Ali Kay

Newbie
Jan 28, 2018
3
0
Hi I am "in process" (I checked the CIC website) for OINP employer offer stream - this was confirmed in December as in process - do you know how long this process takes?
 

MissyTin

Hero Member
Mar 1, 2017
492
201
Hi I am "in process" (I checked the CIC website) for OINP employer offer stream - this was confirmed in December as in process - do you know how long this process takes?
Process for what? Getting the nomination or PR?
For nomination time line OINP site for
PR cic site
 
 

closingtime

Star Member
Nov 3, 2017
68
37
NOC Code......
0213
I have a couple of questions about this program.

I have an employer interested in offering a job offer letter, do they also need LMIA ? The .pdf guide seems to suggest not. Essentially, do they just have to issue me a job offer letter at the median wage ?

When I have submitted my application for PNP Job Offer stream as a foreign worker, do I then remove my express entry profile ? ( Because I would then have to submit my PR to CIC within six months ).
 

iman-at

Star Member
Jan 16, 2018
77
0
The officer who was assessing my OINP application asked the last 24 months of pay stubs from my Brazilian employer + the last 3 income tax with the receipts. It took a week to get those docs translated by an ATIO Certified Translator + $800 bucks. I already had presented my letter of employment from the company that I worked for 8 years in Brazil.

At the end, I believe that it worth since I got my application approved.

Ohhh! It can take up to 18 months. But let's keep up and hopefull that we may get the PR as soon as possible.

What's your NOC and timeline?
Hi there,
I have just read your comment about the ADR that OINP requested. I have a question, what do you mean " last 3 income tax with receipt"? Is it about your brazilian job or your current job in CANADA? I was wondering if it is about your brazilian job what documents you prepare? Because if they ask me about my income tax of back home job, it will be harff to prepare it, because i did not have any income tax it was contract base that was full time bit i have all pay stubs.
I apprecite if you get me back
Iman
 
 

newimmi44

Member
Jan 16, 2018
12
4
Mahesh, let's go one step at a time.

1- You, therefore, are not on the same case as the rest of us. Your status should not read "additional information" but something like "additional documents required", what we call ADR, which are 2 different status.
Note - We didn't get anything, you did and you knew what was required of you. According to my employer, they received a letter and the OINP office required confidential information they couldn't tell me. I suppose it is financial information about the company to prove they make more than $500 k or $1 million if the GTA.

2-Your email clearly shows there is a delay caused by missing documents, or actually, documents you sent containing errors, and they are a few critical ones. Click on the quoted message to expand, but in summary:
2.1- Incorrect date from your current employer, it should say February 2016 because of the T4. The letter says 2017. Note that the officer was nice pointing that out to you, they don't like to open files and dig information out, sometimes they just refuse and tell you to review everything, and you have to find yourself what was wrong. They have a certain Target number of applications to hit, and applications with errors delay them, so they prefer keeping their jobs and just hand it back to you.
2.2- The former employer said you worked part time in June 18 2015 and that you worked full time in June 1 of a non-specified year. Is it 2016? If so, you don't meet the criteria of having two years experience if using these 2 employers. **Is the correct date you started working as full time on July 1st 2015, not June 1st? Because you can't start working on June 18 and then get upgraded on June 1, as if the time moved backwards, unless you started as FT and changed to PT, which don't seem to be the case, it looks like June 1 is not the right date, and you should always specify which year. Since you changed employers, you should also specify the exact dates you left one job to the next, because two days on the weekend that you move from one place to the next is going to be discounted, so, let's say, someone starts working on June 18 2015 and apply June 18, 2017, being unemployed for 2 weeks ( I won't say 2 days, because I don't know if they count a year as 1560 hours of work or as 365 days being employed), that person will fail the criteria because of those 2 weeks and should wait a bit before applying.

3- It seems you didn't show enough documentation to prove you meet the prevailing wage of the function. They didn't say it clearly, but you should double check it.

4- Being employed does not count as a job offer. You should get a job offer saying it is full time, permanent, and the job offer should contain what is your function exactly, so they can see if it fits the NOC description. For example, a person who chops vegetables is not a cook, sometimes they apply as cooks or chefs and it is not valid, or, a MacDonald's supervisor apply as a restaurant supervisor or cafeteria manager, which is not the same thing. Those functions require no training and are not eligible. So you offer must describe the functions to avoid missing that item. In my case, it stated the function, item by item.

5- Finally, your application process is being withheld because of these errors you must fix quickly, if you haven't already, and then, after checking for completeness, they might contact your employers for "additional information". You are one step behind.

Got it?

Now a little bit of constructive criticism:

I wish I could help you more, but I have my own affairs to tender to. I took about 40 minutes to write this message to help you. If you still have questions, a forum on the internet is not the most appropriate and certain environment for that many concerns, or for leaving your phone number, as someone might misguide you or take advantage of you. I believe you should consult and hire a representative, because with about $200, you might save some money, as your $1500 you paid is not refundable. And be aware of fake consultants and money suckers who just take your money, don't actually help you or care about you.

Best thing to do is be informed and prepared. As one old saying says: "If you want something well done, you better do it yourself". Take some time reading and paying attention to the correct definitions such as ADR vs "awaiting information", read your contracts, check for dates, and if you really want to immigrate, keep track of your travels because stamps on passports are not always clear.

Wish you all the best.
"a MacDonald's supervisor apply as a restaurant supervisor or cafeteria manager"

A McDonald's supervisor is a B level job, and would be eligible for employer/job offer, international student stream. NOC code 6311.

Everyone, make sure you get the facts, talk to someone at immigration or a lawyer who knows what he/she is talking about, and do not just rely on these message forums. I have seen a lot of misinformation on here, including the assertion above that I just corrected.
 

MissyTin

Hero Member
Mar 1, 2017
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"a MacDonald's supervisor apply as a restaurant supervisor or cafeteria manager"

A McDonald's supervisor is a B level job, and would be eligible for employer/job offer, international student stream. NOC code 6311.

Everyone, make sure you get the facts, talk to someone at immigration or a lawyer who knows what he/she is talking about, and do not just rely on these message forums. I have seen a lot of misinformation on here, including the assertion above that I just corrected.
I see that your explanation is also wrong.
Manager NOC starts with 0 so...
 

MissyTin

Hero Member
Mar 1, 2017
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"a MacDonald's supervisor apply as a restaurant supervisor or cafeteria manager"

A McDonald's supervisor is a B level job, and would be eligible for employer/job offer, international student stream. NOC code 6311.

Everyone, make sure you get the facts, talk to someone at immigration or a lawyer who knows what he/she is talking about, and do not just rely on these message forums. I have seen a lot of misinformation on here, including the assertion above that I just corrected.
Proving my statement ...
http://www23.statcan.gc.ca/imdb/p3VD.plCLV=4&CPV=0631&CST=01012011&CVD=122376&Function=getVD&MLV=4&TVD=122372

And a food supervisor is a B.http://noc.esdc.gc.ca/English/noc/Profile.aspx?val=6&val1=6311&ver=11&_ga=2.73641943.476149830.1518661658-362151694.1510226526

So it's not the same thing
 
 

newimmi44

Member
Jan 16, 2018
12
4

I never said that a McDonald's supervisor job was a manager job. I specifically stated it was a B job.

I said it is 6311:

"6311 - Food service supervisors. Food service supervisors, supervise, direct and co-ordinate the activities of workers who prepare, portion and serve food. They are employed by hospitals and other health care establishments and by cafeterias, catering companies and other food service establishments."

I suggest you find something productive to do with your time...like actually reading what I initially wrote, as well as reading what the OP wrote.

OP said: "a MacDonald's supervisor apply as a restaurant supervisor or cafeteria manager, which is not the same thing. Those functions require no training and are not eligible." (emphasis mine)

A McDonald's supervisor job is eligible if an O,A, or B job is required as it is a B job.

That was my original point.

Read carefully next time.
 
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MissyTin

Hero Member
Mar 1, 2017
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I never said that a McDonald's supervisor job was a manager job: you did. I specifically stated it was a B job.

I said it is 6311:

"6311 - Food service supervisors. Food service supervisors, supervise, direct and co-ordinate the activities of workers who prepare, portion and serve food. They are employed by hospitals and other health care establishments and by cafeterias, catering companies and other food service establishments."

I suggest you find something productive to do with your time...like actually reading what I initially wrote.
Well I see that you are nervous and new...
So here is the quote from your quote
"a MacDonald's supervisor apply as a restaurant supervisor or cafeteria manager"

See supervisor - manager!!!

It's rude, you know, to come on a post that was on for hmmm...
6+ months and bash someone who was actually willing to help and spent their time to do so.

I haven't seen any of your posts being helpful or providing guidance to someone, except get a professional help...
Yeah...professionals also fail you know

There is one say " if you want it done right, do it yourself"

Have a lovely evening with maybe actually helping someone :rolleyes: