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Ontario PNP (OINP) - 2017: Join here

jenhru23

Star Member
Nov 16, 2017
69
13
Can someone help me?

I submitted my application in OINP. However, i noticed that i put the wrong year for my job which i wont be claiming points for. I'm explaining in LOE that I wont be claiming any points on that job and mentioned the duration. But instead of 2012-2013, i mistakenly wrote 2013-2014. What can i do with this mistake? Thanks
 

amalmathew

Star Member
Sep 19, 2017
139
11
Aug 4, 2017
14
0
Hi All,

My partner and I submitted our application on 15 November 2017 and it is currently in Decision in Progress stage. Our CRS is 415.

We received an ADR on 1 March 2018 asking for various documents. One of the things being requested is proof that the main applicant has the equivalent of a Canadian Bachelors, Masters or PhD degree. We both had our credentials assessed by WES and the main applicants education is the equivalent of a Diploma (three years). I am aware that Ontario requires a degree as a minimum however is there any way, if our score is above 67 (we have relatives in Canada which will help the score), that we would still be nominated?

Please help!
 

RRS1981

Newbie
Dec 28, 2017
7
0
Hi , need urgent help. I had Submitted my oinp application on 14th November and it’s still in Submitted status. From last 2 weeks I have been calling oinp and got to know that when they query my application number they cannot find it. However when I log in I can see all the details. They have raised it with IT team but it’s been 2 eeeks since then and no updates so far. It’s 4 months now that my application is still in Submitted status. Can anyone advise if they have had a similar case before. Is there some way to escalate this for quicker resolution.
 

harvinder1234

Star Member
Mar 25, 2016
55
4
Hi

i have submitted my profile under skilled trade for OINP. there is one section EOI score showing NA. is it OK or should i contact Ontario immigration about it?
moreover i submitted my profile on 9th FEB but my status still showing submitted. please any help.

Thank You
 

Sweetgurl

Star Member
Jun 23, 2017
168
23
Hi All,
what advantages does TEFgive for some one who is 35 years and above?
For Ontario French stream, an EE applicant that has a score of 403 after including the TEF and IELTS result but has not received an NOI , what could be the issue.
Must French be first lanaguage?
If yes must the EE profile be complted in the French verison or can it be English version?

Beside Quebec and Ontario is French necessary for any other province?
 

SKTUN2018

Full Member
Jan 5, 2018
24
10
Hi All,
what advantages does TEFgive for some one who is 35 years and above?
For Ontario French stream, an EE applicant that has a score of 403 after including the TEF and IELTS result but has not received an NOI , what could be the issue.
Must French be first lanaguage?
If yes must the EE profile be complted in the French verison or can it be English version?

Beside Quebec and Ontario is French necessary for any other province?
for Ontario frensh stream, french must be first language CLB7 minimum
you may try to send EOI to New Brunswick. go to their website and you will see that that they accept in priority frensh speakers.
 

rlad

Member
Jan 28, 2018
17
4
Hi All,

My partner and I submitted our application on 15 November 2017 and it is currently in Decision in Progress stage. Our CRS is 415.

We received an ADR on 1 March 2018 asking for various documents. One of the things being requested is proof that the main applicant has the equivalent of a Canadian Bachelors, Masters or PhD degree. We both had our credentials assessed by WES and the main applicants education is the equivalent of a Diploma (three years). I am aware that Ontario requires a degree as a minimum however is there any way, if our score is above 67 (we have relatives in Canada which will help the score), that we would still be nominated?

Please help!
That should not be a problem, as long as your application is in decision in progress you should be fine.
The OINP doesnt reject applications just like that, unless you have fake documents or things dont add up.
Since when is your application been on the "decision in progress" stage?
 

amalmathew

Star Member
Sep 19, 2017
139
11
Hi , need urgent help. I had Submitted my oinp application on 14th November and it’s still in Submitted status. From last 2 weeks I have been calling oinp and got to know that when they query my application number they cannot find it. However when I log in I can see all the details. They have raised it with IT team but it’s been 2 eeeks since then and no updates so far. It’s 4 months now that my application is still in Submitted status. Can anyone advise if they have had a similar case before. Is there some way to escalate this for quicker resolution.
Did you hear back from them?
 
Aug 4, 2017
14
0
That should not be a problem, as long as your application is in decision in progress you should be fine.
The OINP doesnt reject applications just like that, unless you have fake documents or things dont add up.
Since when is your application been on the "decision in progress" stage?
Thanks! We are in the process of getting all the documents together so that we can respond to their ADR (have until 1 April to respond). We just hope that they will accept the fact that the main applicant has a diploma.
We have been in "Decision in Progress" since 12 February 2018.