The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program
Ontario just launched its own version of Express Entry. Learn More.
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program is an immigration program operated on behalf of the Government of Ontario by the Ministry of Employment and Immigration in conjunction with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to speed up the processing of an application for permanent residence.
If you are unsure whether you qualify for immigration to Canada under the Immigrant Nominee Program, book a consultation with one of our qualified immigration consultants.
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|Population: 13.4 million (most populous in Canada) Land Mass: 1,076,395 km2 (4th largest)
Capital City: Toronto
Major Cities/Attractions: Toronto, Ottawa, Windsor, Niagara Falls
Industries: Manufacturing, Service, Tourism, Farming
GDP Per Capita: $55,322 (7th out of 13)
Interesting Fact: Toronto is the 7th most populous metropolitan area in North America, depending upon how you draw the boundaries
Ontario is located in central Canada. It is the most populous province in Canada with 40% of Canada's population residing there. Toronto is the capital. Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is also located in the province. Toronto is the largest city in Ontario and Canada. Ontario is bordered by Quebec to the east, Manitoba to the west and the United States to the South. Ontario is home to the largest waterfall in Canada, Niagara Falls, which is located at the Ontario and US border. Ontario is the biggest destination in Canada for immigrants because of its economy and because of the highly multicultural Greater Toronto Area.
Ontario is Canada's leading manufacturing province, An abundance of natural resources, excellent transportation links to the American heartland and the inland Great Lakes making ocean access possible using container ships, have all contributed to making manufacturing the principal industry. The Ontario auto industry is the largest in Canada. Tourism contributes heavily to the economy of Central Ontario, peaking during the summer. Also, Ontario has a large agriculture industry. Cattle, Dairy and grains are the most common produce in the agriculture industry.
The climate of Ontario varies largely from season to season. The difference between Northern and Southern Ontario is drastic. The Northern Ontario climate is a sub artic climate, whereas Southern Ontario has a milder climate, with hot summers and cold winters. Most people (94% of the population) live in Southern Ontario, which makes up only 15% of the land area.
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About the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)
The Program is designed to support Ontario's economic growth by attracting foreign workers. Individuals nominated by the province, together with their spouse and dependent children, are eligible to apply for a permanent resident visa as a Provincial Nominee. Immigroup helps applicants wishing to live and work in the province under the following Immigrant Nominee Programs. Please note that, unless you have money, Ontario's INP is the least accessible program for new immigrants. For other Provincial Nominee Programs, please see this page.
The OINP is divided into three main groups:
This category is for individuals who are currently working in Ontario or are overseas and have a job offer from a Ontario employer and are nominated by the province to become a permanent resident of Canada.
This category is for skilled workers and those who have studied in Ontario.
This category is for individuals who wish to invest, buy or establish a business in Ontario
Ontario Express Entry:
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