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Parve

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Hi all,

I have a quick question. I received a Notification of Interest (NOI) through OINP but then chose to wait and got a direct ITA.

So, would my answer to the following question in the application be a 'Yes' or 'No'?
Has [candidate's name] received a nomination certificate from a province or territory? (required)

Thanks in advance.
 

Parve

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You can make an Excel with the following, so you can input it quickly:
1- Travel history of the las 10 years
2- List of permanent address over the last 10 years
3- All activities (work, studies) over the last 10 years

All of this will be asked after ITA and before submitting documents
For travel history in the past 10 years, do we have to just mention only the dates and where we landed in the foreign country or write everything in detail?
I am asking because I was out of my home country for more than 5 years for education and employment. Do I just have to mention that in a single row in the form or mention everything in detail in the travel history section?

I have included all the details about my education and employment in work history, address history and personal details, etc. Thanks,
 

joconstantine

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Yes
AOR Received.
01-08-2020
Hi all,

I have a quick question. I received a Notification of Interest (NOI) through OINP but then chose to wait and got a direct ITA.

So, would my answer to the following question in the application be a 'Yes' or 'No'?
Has [candidate's name] received a nomination certificate from a province or territory? (required)

Thanks in advance.
Should be no. If you select yes, you will be asked for the nomination document which clearly you don’t have.
 

abqalhamairi

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Jun 23, 2019
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Hi all,

I have a quick question. I received a Notification of Interest (NOI) through OINP but then chose to wait and got a direct ITA.

So, would my answer to the following question in the application be a 'Yes' or 'No'?
Has [candidate's name] received a nomination certificate from a province or territory? (required)

Thanks in advance.
No.
 

mona247

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Im also wondering how they will continue as we will reach 85000 ITAs after 3 draws. The increased ITAs in the last 2 draws shows a different trend though. Could they be thinking about sending almost 100k invites this year since the majority this year has gone to cec candidates most of whom are in canada already. We will find out at the end of October after the latest 3 year targets are announced
IRCC has a PR target for every year and not a ITA target, every year this is same discussion and people keep forgetting.

ITA target of 85k is always an indicative target in order to achieve the planned PR target for this year.
Last year IRCC gave out fewer ITA's(2019) versus 2018 because way too many PR's landed in Canada in 2019 and thus they were on track to achieve the PR target for the year.

This year we all know the PR target will not be achieved, so we all have to wait and see the new mandate letter which should be out sometime in October 2020, If they stick to PR target of 350k people in 2021 or if they increase it, then accordingly the ITA's will be increased or decreased based on what IRCC plans to do.

Once again, hope this clarifies the doubt. "IRCC has a PR target and ITA target numbers are just indicative every year. PR target grows the population and PR target gets the money inflow in the economy" (PR fees,PR taxes and PR spending in the economy).
 

Igethope

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the total number of ITAs issued this year is now 74,150 . I hope they invite more than this year target. Do u guys think 4200 ITA is sustainable till year ends ?
 

jrossi

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Im also wondering how they will continue as we will reach 85000 ITAs after 3 draws. The increased ITAs in the last 2 draws shows a different trend though. Could they be thinking about sending almost 100k invites this year since the majority this year has gone to cec candidates most of whom are in canada already. We will find out at the end of October after the latest 3 year targets are announced
I've been wondering the same thing as well.
It seems counter intuitive that during this period of highest unemployement rate in recent history, Canada would try to beat its record number of invitations. Kinda bizarre.
Other possibility is the fact that MANY people lost a lot of money in the last 6 months, either from stocks, investments or because they lost their jobs. So, MAYBE, IRCC has the data to back a model that shows a higher than expected number of ITAs being declined due to inability fo demonstrate PoF.
 
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