Healthcare workers sent 822 NOIs from Ontario immigration in Human Capital Priorities draw

Healthcare workers sent 822 NOIs from Ontario immigration in Human Capital Priorities draw
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Healthcare workers in 42 occupations received Notifications of Interest (NOI) from Ontario immigration in an Express Entry Human Capital Priorities stream draw this week.

In the March 8 and 9 Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) targeted draw, Canada’s most populous province issued 822 NOIs to candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores of 469 through to 489.

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When applying to Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream of the OINP, applicants need to scan and upload copies of the following mandatory documents with their applications:

  • NOI from Ontario;
  • identity documents;
  • status documents in Canada;
  • education documents;
  • language test results;
  • resumé;
  • documents to support their employment in Ontario (if applicable) and work history;
  • documents to demonstrate they meet the settlement funds requirement, and;
  • other optional documents if applicable.

Spouses and children’s documents must also be included in the application

Documents must also be included for dependent family members, including:

  • passports for all dependent family members;
  • status documents for any spouse or common-law partner;
  • if applicable, documents to support their spouse or common-law partner’s education in Canada, work experience in Canada, and language test results, and;
  • documents regarding any relatives in Canada.

Those sent NOIs in this latest draw had to have work experience in fields with these National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes:

  •  NOC 30010 – Managers in health care
  •  NOC 31100 – Specialists in clinical and laboratory medicine
  •  NOC 31101 – Specialists in surgery
  •  NOC 31102 – General practitioners and family physicians
  •  NOC 31103 – Veterinarians
  •  NOC 31110 – Dentists
  •  NOC 31111 – Optometrists
  •  NOC 31112 – Audiologists and speech-language pathologists
  •  NOC 31120 – Pharmacists
  •  NOC 31121 – Dietitians and nutritionists
  •  NOC 31201 – Chiropractors
  •  NOC 31202 – Physiotherapists
  •  NOC 31203 – Occupational therapists
  •  NOC 31204 – Kinesiologists and other professional occupations in therapy and assessment
  •  NOC 31209 – Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating
  •  NOC 31300 – Nursing coordinators and supervisors
  •  NOC 31301 – Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
  •  NOC 31302 – Nurse practitioners
  •  NOC 31303 – Physician assistants, midwives and allied health professionals
  •  NOC 32100 – Opticians
  •  NOC 32101 – Licensed practical nurses
  •  NOC 32102 – Paramedical occupations
  •  NOC 32103 – Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
  •  NOC 32104 – Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians
  •  NOC 32109 – Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment
  •  NOC 32110 – Denturists
  •  NOC 32111 – Dental hygienists and dental therapists
  •  NOC 32112 – Dental technologists and technicians
  •  NOC 32120 – Medical laboratory technologists
  •  NOC 32121 – Medical radiation technologists
  •  NOC 32122 – Medical sonographers
  •  NOC 32123 – Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists
  •  NOC 32124 – Pharmacy technicians
  •  NOC 32129 – Other medical technologists and technicians
  •  NOC 32200 – Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturists
  •  NOC 32201 – Massage therapists
  •  NOC 32209 – Other practitioners of natural healing
  •  NOC 33100 – Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants
  •  NOC 33101 – Medical laboratory assistants and related technical occupations
  •  NOC 33102 – Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
  •  NOC 33103 – Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants
  •  NOC 33109 – Other assisting occupations in support of health services
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