Ontario's Masters Graduate Stream was reopened to new registration by the province on April 30 with a total of 667 new registrations accepted.
The government of Ontario first opened the door for new registrations on March 5 when it received 333 successful new registrations before technical difficulties stopped it from achieving the target of 1000 new registrations.
Today, April 30, the stream was reopened and Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) accepted 667 new registrations in a short time, bringing the new registrations to a total of 1000.
OINP revealed that confirmation number would be sent to candidates with successful new registrations from the province's e-Filing Portal latest in three business days. After receiving the confirmation number, successful registrants have 14 days, two weeks, window to submit an application to the OINP before their registration expires.
Masters Graduate Stream
International graduates who have eligible Ontario master’s degree are afforded the opportunity of applying for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence
through Ontario's Masters Graduate Stream.
This stream does not require such international graduates to have a job offer from an Ontario employer at the time of submitting the application.
Applicants are required to meet language, education and other requirements and may receive a provincial nomination from OINP after which they will submit an application for permanent residence to Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP).
Applicants applying Masters Graduate Stream must have a degree that is within two years of the time of application - degrees received on April 30's application must not go beyond April 30, 2017. For degrees not yet granted, OINP will receive date specified by the University in an official letter.
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