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      Calculate your Score using This Ontario Immigration Points Calculator 2024





      Select the age group you belong to

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      Education and Training

      What is your highest level of completed education?

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      Have you studied for one full-time academic year at a recognized Ontario post-secondary educational institution while on a valid study permit?

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      Language Ability

      In order to claim points for language, candidates must demonstrate their proficiency in English OR French by way of a language test recognized by the Government of Ontario.

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      Skilled Work Experience

      Skilled Worker Experience is defined by the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC) and means: Managerial jobs (NOC skill type 0), Professional jobs (NOC skill type A), Technical jobs and Skilled trades (NOC skill type B).

      In the past five years, how many years of skilled work experience did you obtain?

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      Work experience in Ontario

      Have you obtained 12 months or more of work experience in Ontario, on a valid work permit, in the past five years?

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      Close Family Relative in Ontario

      Do you or your accompanying spouse/common-law partner have a family relative that is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident living in Ontario. This includes: parent, sibling, grandparent, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, cousin and step-family members or in-laws of the same relationships.

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      What is the OINP Points Calculator?

      The minimum points required for the Ontario Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) can vary depending on the specific stream or category you are applying through. Ontario has different streams and categories within its PNP, each with its own eligibility requirements and minimum points thresholds.

      the minimum points required for the Express Entry-aligned Human Capital Priorities Stream, one of the popular streams under Ontario’s PNP, generally depended on the specific draws conducted by the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). In these draws, candidates with higher Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores in the federal Express Entry pool would receive Notifications of Interest (NOIs) from Ontario.

      To be eligible for the Human Capital Priorities Stream, you typically needed to have a profile in the federal Express Entry system and meet Ontario’s criteria, which included having a certain CRS score, work experience, and language proficiency. The specific minimum CRS score required would vary from draw to draw, and candidates with the highest scores would be invited to apply.

      Minimum Points Required For Ontario PNP

      The Ontario PNP Points Calculator is a great tool specifically designed by the Canadian Immigration authorities to help the potential applicants in evaluating their immigration chances by calculating the points through this point calculator.

      Selection factors

      FactorsMaximum points Awarded
      Language Proficiency28
      Educational Qualifications25
      Work Experience15
      Age12
      Arranged Employment10
      Adaptability10

      Following Ontario PNP points system will help you to calculate your Ontario PNP points:

      Factor 1: Language Proficiency
      CLB levelSpeakingListeningReadingWriting
      Level 9 or higher6666
      Level 85555
      Level 74444
      Below level 7Not eligible to apply
      Factor 2: Educational Qualifications
      EducationPoints Awarded
      Doctoral (Ph.D.) level or equivalent25

      Master’s level, or equivalent, OR an entry-to-practice professional degree, or equivalent. Occupational related to the degree must be:

      • NOC 2011 Skill Level A, and
      • Licensed by a provincial regulatory body
      23
      Two or more Canadian post-secondary credentials (at least one program of at minimum three years), or equivalent22
      Canadian post-secondary credential for a program of three years or longer, or equivalent21
      Two-year Canadian post-secondary credential, or equivalent19
      One-year Canadian post-secondary credential, or equivalent15
      Canadian high school diploma, or equivalent5
      Factor 3: Work Experience
      Duration of Work ExperiencePoints Awarded
      Less than 1 yearIneligible
      1 year9
      2-3 years11
      4-5 years13
      6 or more years15
      Factor 4: Age
      Age (in Years)Points Awarded
      Under 180
      18-3512
      3611
      3710
      389
      398
      407
      416
      425
      434
      443
      452
      461
      47 or older0
      Factor 5: Arranged Employment in Canada
      IfAndPoints
      Applicant currently work in Canada on a temporary work permitA work permit is valid both when applying and when the visa is issued AND IRCC issued work permit based on positive LMIA AND applicant is working for the employer named on the work permit who has made a permanent job offer10

      Applicant work in Canada in a job that is exempt from LMIA requirement under:

      • An international agreement or
      • A federal-provincial agreement
      Work Permit is valid both when applying and when the visa is issued AND Current employer has made a permanent offer10

      Applicant currently do not:

      • Have a work permit, or
      • Plan to work in Canada before getting a PR Visa

      Or
      Applicant currently working in Canada and a different employer offer a permanent full-time job;

      Or
      Applicant currently working in Canada that is exempt from LMIA but not under an international or federal-provincial agreement

      The employer has made a permanent offer
      AND
      An employer has positive LMIA

      10

      Factor 6: Adaptability
      Adaptability factorsPoints Awarded
      Arranged employment (principal applicant only)
      Points under Factor 5: Arranged Employment
      5
      Candidate’s previous study in Ontario
      Candidate completed at least two academic years of full-study at a secondary or post-secondary school in the province
      5
      Spouse or common-law partner’s previous study in the province
      Candidate’s spouse or common-law partner completed at least two academic years of full-study at a secondary or post-secondary school in Ontario
      5

      Candidate’s Previous work in Ontario
      Candidate must complete a minimum of one year of full-time work in the province:

      • In a skilled occupation Skill type 0, A or B; and
      • With a valid work permit or while authorized to work in Canada
      5
      Spouse or common-law partner’s previous work in Ontario
      Candidate’s spouse or common-law partner completed one-year full-time work in the province
      5
      Relatives in Ontario
      Candidate or their spouse or common-law partner, have a relative who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident in Ontario and is 18 years or older
      5
      Spouse or common-law partner’s language proficiency
      Minimum CLB level 4 or higher in all four categories (Reading, Speaking, Listening and Writing)
      5

      Other than the above requirements, in case the Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities stream is looking for the skilled candidates in Express entry’s Canadian Experience Class (CEC), they have to fulfill the following requirements:

      • Must have minimum 12 months of full-time, or part-time equivalent, cumulative paid work experience in Canada in a NOC Level 0, A or B in past three years.
      • Meet the minimum language proficiency level of
      • CLB 7 for NOC skill level 0 or A
      • CLB 5 for NOC skill level B
      • Must be admissible to Canada

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