Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program: Employer/Job Offer
Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) helps employers meet their human resource needs for workers, by enabling them to recruit foreign workers and international students. Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program has a target of 5,200 nominations in 2015, this includes nominations for both the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) and Ontario Express Entry.
Find out if you are eligible and how to apply to Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program as:
Do you have more questions? Visit our Questions and Answers section.
About using a representative
Applicants are not required to hire a representative. All applications are treated equally, regardless of whether or not they were prepared with the assistance of an authorized representative. Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program reserves the right to contact the employer or prospective nominee directly regarding the application, if the program considers this necessary.
If you do choose to use a representative, you must use an authorized representative. Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program follows Canadian government regulations requiring all paid immigration representatives to meet the definition of “authorized representative”. This means that Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program will only conduct business with paid immigration representatives who are the following:
- Immigration consultants who are members in good standing, with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). (For program rules during the transition period, please visit the Program Updates page)
- Lawyers who are licensees in good standing of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society and students-at-law under their supervision, and
- Quebec notaries.