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Ontario updated application processing times in the OINP

On October 14, 2021, the province of Ontario has updated the average processing time in the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). As of now, the processing time in this province’s Express Entry French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream, Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream, Express Entry Skilled Trades Stream, Master Graduates Stream, Ph.D. Graduates Stream, Employer Job Offer Foreign Worker Stream, Employer Job Offer International Student Stream and Employer Job Offer In-Demand Skills Stream is 30 to 60 days. The Expression of Interest (EOI) Assessment in the Entrepreneur Stream requires less than 30 days, however, the application processing depends on the complexity of the business nomination application.

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