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Ray of Hope - 100th Draw

davidaminelli

Full Member
Jul 30, 2018
20
0
Entry pool as of September 13, 2018

CRS Score Range
Number of Candidates :rolleyes:
601-1200
233
451-600
1,282
401-450
29,406
441-450
444
431-440 9,059
421-430 6,111
411-420 6,669
401-410 7,123
351-400 35,355
391-400
6,514
381-390 7,436
371-380 7,309
361-370 7,159
351-360 6,937
301-350 20,543
0-300
3,257
Total
90,076 :rolleyes:
Does that mean that 1.541 new applicants 441+ got in since September 13th? Isn't it too much??
 

YPS

Hero Member
Mar 7, 2018
557
222
Wait is he saying they give preference to all candidates or still pick French/Job offer?

OINP’s spokesperson, Kwok Wong, said the likelihood of the minimum score continuing to drop below 400 will depend on a number of factors, including the number of eligible candidates in the Express Entry pool and Ontario’s labour market needs and priorities.

Wong said the Ontario Immigration Act grants the OINP’s director the discretion to set the minimum CRS score based on the following factors:

  • Ontario’s annual OINP nomination allocation, as determined by the federal government;
  • The federal government’s minimum CRS score, which establishes federal government Express Entry selection parameters;
  • Ontario’s current labour market needs; and
  • Other Ontario economic immigration related priorities.
In order to be visible to the OINP when it is searching the Express Entry pool, Kwok said candidates must indicate their interest in immigrating to either Ontario or ‘All provinces and territories’ when creating their Express Entry profile.

Doing so will allow OINP staff to identify candidates in the federal Express Entry system who have an interest in immigrating to Ontario
 
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OdinNguyen

Hero Member
Mar 30, 2017
572
148
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
OINP’s spokesperson, Kwok Wong, said the likelihood of the minimum score continuing to drop below 400 will depend on a number of factors, including the number of eligible candidates in the Express Entry pool and Ontario’s labour market needs and priorities.

Wong said the Ontario Immigration Act grants the OINP’s director the discretion to set the minimum CRS score based on the following factors:

  • Ontario’s annual OINP nomination allocation, as determined by the federal government;
  • The federal government’s minimum CRS score, which establishes federal government Express Entry selection parameters;
  • Ontario’s current labour market needs; and
  • Other Ontario economic immigration related priorities.
In order to be visible to the OINP when it is searching the Express Entry pool, Kwok said candidates must indicate their interest in immigrating to either Ontario or ‘All provinces and territories’ when creating their Express Entry profile.

Doing so will allow OINP staff to identify candidates in the federal Express Entry system who have an interest in immigrating to Ontario
Woot? They are building up more hype
 
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FMT

Star Member
Feb 28, 2018
199
64
The tie breaker is Sep 6 this year. If you miss 22 Aug mean your profile is older than Sep 6, I don't understand why you miss this round?
His present score is 440 and today's draw is at 441 and not 440 like the past two draws. The score of 440 tie breaker for August 22nd draw was February 21 2018 and his/her application was created after the stated date.
 

SithLord

VIP Member
Aug 18, 2017
6,781
5,094
OINP’s spokesperson, Kwok Wong, said the likelihood of the minimum score continuing to drop below 400 will depend on a number of factors, including the number of eligible candidates in the Express Entry pool and Ontario’s labour market needs and priorities.

Wong said the Ontario Immigration Act grants the OINP’s director the discretion to set the minimum CRS score based on the following factors:

  • Ontario’s annual OINP nomination allocation, as determined by the federal government;
  • The federal government’s minimum CRS score, which establishes federal government Express Entry selection parameters;
  • Ontario’s current labour market needs; and
  • Other Ontario economic immigration related priorities.
In order to be visible to the OINP when it is searching the Express Entry pool, Kwok said candidates must indicate their interest in immigrating to either Ontario or ‘All provinces and territories’ when creating their Express Entry profile.

Doing so will allow OINP staff to identify candidates in the federal Express Entry system who have an interest in immigrating to Ontario
Not sure if it's a good thing or bad thing. With no minimum crs means they can literally pick anyone unlike earlier when they were forced to pick above 400 ones. So that means priority is given to French skills and job offer :(

Not sure what Ontario labour market needs are :(