Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced the latest Ontario PNP (OINP) draw on January 25, 2023, for Masters Graduate Stream. This is the first Ontario PNP draw 2023 for the Master Graduate Stream.
The minimum cut-off score of this OINP draw is 44 or above. The candidates who meet this score received an invitation on January 25, 2023.
A total of 692 invitations were sent to eligible candidates to apply for permanent residency under Masters Graduate Stream.
|Date||Ontario PNP Latest Draw Invitations||Stream|
|January 25, 2023||692||Master Degree Stream|
Requirements for Masters Graduate Stream
There are certain requirements that you need to fulfill to apply for the Ontario PNP under this stream.
- Applicants must complete the Masters’s degree in Ontario universities. The degree length must be one year or more than one year.
- The CLB score must be 7 or higher.
- Applicants must be live in Ontario for at least one year in the past two years.
- Applicants must have settlement funds to support themselves. It includes the job offer in Ontario, annual earnings from earnings, and bank balance statements.
- Applicants must intend to live in Ontario
- Applicants must be live in Ontario at the time of Application
- Applicants must have legal status in Canada
- Applicants must submit the PNP application within two years of completing their master’s degree.
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Calculate the Points for Ontario PNP under Masters Graduate Stream
|Valid Status in Canada||Points|
|Work permit or study permit||10|
|No valid status in Canada||0|
Earning History Points
|Earning History in Ontario||Points|
|$40K or more earnings in a year||3|
|Less than $40K earnings in a year||0|
|Business and administration, social, legal, education, behavioral science, personal, security and transport services, social work, and related programs||6|
|STEM/Health (Engineering, Health, Math, Computer Science) and Trades (agriculture and natural resources operations and management, mechanics and repair, architecture, construction, and precision production)||12|
|Arts and humanities, BHASE programs, n.e.c||0|
Canadian education experience
|Canadian education experience||Points|
|More than one Canadian credential||10|
|One Canadian credential||0|
|CLB 6 or lower||0|
Regionalization: Area of Study
|Area of Study||Points|
|Other areas outside GTA (except Northern Ontario)||8|
|Inside GTA (except Toronto)||3|