Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program OINP e-Filing Portal
The e-Filing Portal allows you to register for the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) under the stream which you are eligible for.
The streams available under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) are as follows:
Employer Job Offer: Foreign Workers Stream
Employer Job Offer: International Students Stream
Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills Stream
Ontario’s Express Entry French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream
Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream
Ontario’s Express Entry Skilled Trades Stream
Masters Graduate Stream
PhD Graduate Stream
When you enter the page, please click on the “Submit an application” link.
Depending on the number of users, you may be placed on queue. Do not refresh or close the page. The next page will require you to complete the CAPTCHA (to ensure that you are not a robot).
Next, you will choose one from the following three options: returning user, new applicant or new representative.
Once you arrive at the e-Filing landing page, select the appropriate stream. If you chose “new applicant” earlier, you will complete the pre-registration questions by entering your full name and date of birth.
If you have not yet signed up for a ONe-key account, click on “Sign up now!”. Enter your details, making sure that the information you give will be accurate. Changes to your name or date of birth will not be accepted at a later date. Click on “Finish” to complete your profile.
Lastly, you will be brought to the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) e-Filing Portal main page where you can complete your application.
To begin, click here.
- The Government of Canada says that the backlog of Caregiver applications will be eliminated by the end of 2018. Read more here.
- One of Canada’s biggest newspapers reported that CIC was going to stop accepting PR applications from Caregivers in 2019. Read about exactly what CIC said to spark all the confusion here.
- There are about 30,000 OFWs still waiting for their PR applications to get processed. Find out what’s taking so long for them to sponsor their family to join them in Canada by clicking right here.
- Records of Employment (ROE) isn’t really a problem if your Canadian employer is doing what he’s supposed to do. What you should do if he doesn’t want to give you one, click here.
- It takes a minimum of two years before OFWs can sponsor their families, but they’ve been apart for much longer than that. Read about why there are so many OFWs still part of the backlog here.
- After public backlash, the Government of Canada moves to assuring the OFW community in Canada that Caregivers can still apply for PR after November 2019. Ready what was said by CIC right here.
- There are still many questions left unanswered, but at least now we know that CIC will still accept PR applications from Caregivers after 2019. Read more here.
- It’s been a busy week for the OFW community in Canada. The CIC minister spent some time reassuring his colleagues in Ottawa that the Government will continue supporting Caregivers. Watch the video here.
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