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Discussion in 'Provincial Nomination Program Immigration' started by Piyush5767, Jul 11, 2019.
Hi, I am not fully confirmed about this that you can use a someone credit card to pay your fee whereas you can do one thing contact them directly and they answer you about this, if you are in Canada then you can call them by using the number: +1416-327-0374 or you have to check other Canada visa thread if someone mention about this.
Can someone clarify my doubts mention below
In IRCC and while submitting a document in ONIP do I also have to upload my 10(matric 10th) and 10+2(Higher Secondary School Certificate) certificates as well because I haven't included that in my IRCC profile so do I have to upload that too in ONIP and do I also have to mention that in my IRCC?
Also in ONIP what do I have select for the option: Were you issued a valid work permit for this job in Ontario?
I have Post Graduate Work Permit, and I have received the work permit in Ontario so do I have to select yes or no?
I do not have an exact date of starting and ending of my college degree from India, I have WES report so do I need to include the exact dates or I can enter any date of the month as I know the month but not sure about the date.
Last, In ONIP I have not included my Indian experience of 2 years because I am not claiming points for that, this is a reason I have not included this experience in my IRCC profile, I have included only my Canadian experience whereas I have mentioned it in LOE(Letter of Explanation) so that is sufficient?
I stand corrected for the first part i.e. one remains in the queue. Thanks for that.
But the fee part , general notion is the moment application is submitted it becomes non-refundable. I did read few threads where people have managed to get it back before nomination decision but apparently that's a long shot and thus chances are bleak. Having said that, glad to know that one retains it spot in EE.
I am at 435 CRS score.. do you think that there might be more tech draws before they revise this list or is this list just for one time? I want to analyse my chances of getting NOI. As being practical, I dont see much chances. I have been waiting since november now
I am at 456 and I got NOI (Notification of Interest). I am wondering if I should go for OINP ( Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program ) or should I wait for EE ( Express Entry). Any inputs? Congrats for all the folks who got NOI.
Are you going for OINP or EE?
Guys pls help
Do not worry, they have just started the category for IT there will be more tech draw might be next months but not sure. Just like in BC, in IT Pilot program they nominate candidates.
By the way how long it takes for 1. AOR 2. Nomination , as per latest trend in 2019 in HCP category of OINP?
It's all personal preference and it cost you $1500. I am at 455 and I went for OINP submission after NOI. Based on the past draws, the EE draw may come down to 455+ in next few draws, but nothing is guaranteed, if you want to be the safer side, you can go for OINP(having more points is always act as a backup if something goes wrong with any of your claimed points);
But, anyone with less than 450 should consider themselves lucky and definitely take this opportunity as the draw won't go down below 450 for a foreseeable future!
can anyone tell me if job title matters - I have Full Stack Developer (Noc code 2174), job duties are same so does title matters?
The title doesn't matter, as long as your JD is inline with your NoC
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