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Discussion in 'Provincial Nomination Program Immigration' started by Mozijikuu, Jan 15, 2019.

  1. I have a similar timeline to you guys.
    Submitted - Aug 28
    Assessment - Oct 3
    DIP - Oct 16

    They've sent out a few nominations last night for people who submitted on Aug 25 and earlier, so let's hope that we get ours next week!
     
  2. Thanks mate !!
     
  3. Anyone who submitted on Sept 14th got a nomination or application moved in DIP?
     
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  4. I did.

    NOI - 1 August
    Submitted - 11 Sept
    Assessment - 15 Oct
    DIP - 13 Nov.

    You should get yours in a few days... but you might not be able access the website due to the system maintenance to be carried out.
     
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  5. Please I have a quick question...

    Have there been anyone who got DIP and still got refused or ADR?

    If yes, please give us your experience, or that of someone you know.

    Thank you.
     
  6. Did anybody who got OINP nominated letter last week get the ITA from CIC today?
     
  7. What about NOI? Do they give noi within this year? No NOI after August. Any idea?
     
  8. Sorry...not sure about the NOIs.
     
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  9. What kind of maintenance do they with the portal? The portal looks same always.
     
  10. Nomination- August 15
    Submitted- Sept 07
    Assessment- Sept 15
    DIP- Waiting
    its been over 60 days, I called and all they say is high volume of application and 30-60 days is just average processing time. I wonder how long it would take.
    Anyone who got nominated for the notifications received on Aug 15?
     
  11. #1137 Sethu510, Nov 14, 2019 at 10:09 PM
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2019
    As per website:
    https://www.ontario.ca/page/oinp-application-processing-times-and-nominations-issued

    Annual nominations
    Each year, the federal government, through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) allocates a certain number of nominations to the Ontario government (OINP).

    In 2019:

    • Ontario received an allocation of 6,650 nominations and additional 250 nominations specifically for temporary foreign workers in intermediate skilled occupations (National Occupational Classification [NOC] - Skill Level C) through the federal government’s NOC C initiative
    • as of November 14, 2019, 6,136 nominations have been issue.

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    This means from 10th Oct to 14thNov They issued nominations for 103 only ( 6033 - 6136)
     
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  12. #1138 bbjeon38, Nov 14, 2019 at 11:03 PM
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2019
    Thanks for information. This looks a good news. 514 nominations still remain. It means about 1000 NOI can be issued. By the way, Do you know what additional 250 means? Are they included in 6136?
     
  13. To exclude those under the federal government’s NOC C initiative, there are still 514 nominations to be issued this year. From the information provided, it implies that an average of 4.12 nominations were issued daily between (103 nominations/25 days) Oct 10 - Nov 14.

    The number of working days from when they conclude their system maintenance (Nov 18) to the last working day of the year (Dec 30) is 30 days. Hence, to exhaust the remaining 514 nominations for the year, an average of 17.13 nominations (514 nominations/30 days) will have to be issued daily as from Nov 18 to the last working day of the year.

    This will increase the average daily nominations from 4.12 to 17.13 which is a positive one. However, this position will only hold true if OINP chooses to utilize the remaining 514 nominations by the end of the year.
     
  14. Skill Level C: intermediate jobs that usually call for high school and/or job-specific training, such as:
    • industrial butchers
    • long-haul truck drivers
    • food and beverage servers
    https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/express-entry/eligibility/find-national-occupation-code.html
     

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