Ontario Issues 699 Express Entry NOIs To Candidates With CRS Scores As Low As 358

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Ontario immigration issued Notifications of Interest to Express Entry candidates with scores as low as 358 in two new draws under the province’s Human Capital Priorities stream.

Two June 3 draws saw a total of 699 Notifications of Interest issued to candidates with either Canadian or foreign experience in one of 9 occupations.

For those with Canadian experience, 167 NOIs were issued to candidates scoring between 358 and 439 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points.

Candidates with foreign experience received 532 NOIs, with CRS scores ranging between 471 and 500.

The 9 targeted occupations were:

0111   Financial managers
0114   Other administrative services managers
0124   Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
1111   Financial auditors and accountants
1114   Other financial officers
1122   Professional occupations in business management consulting
3012   Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
3124   Other primary health practitioners
3132   Dietitians and nutritionists


Ontario Human Capital Priorities Targeted Draw

Date/time NOIs issued Number of NOIs issued Profiles created in IRCC’s Express Entry system CRS score range Notes
June 3, 2020 12.17pm EST 167 June 3, 2019 – June 3, 2020 358-439 Targeted draw to candidates with one year or more of Canadian experience in a priority occupation
June 3, 2020 1pm EST 532 June 3, 2019 – June 3, 2020 471-500 Targeted draw to candidates with one year or more of foreign experience in a priority occupation

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