Candidates will get points for 14 factors. Factors 1-3 are related to Job Offer. OINP may assign points for NOC skill level (10 points for NOC A, and 8 points for NOC B), NOC type (10 points for NOC Type 0,1,2,3,9, and 5 points for NOC Type 4,5,6,7,8) and wage (10 points for over $40/hr, 5 points for #20-39.99/hr).
Factors 1 and 3 are not applied to Masters Graduate or Ph.D. Graduate streams.
Factors 4-6 are related to Canadian work experience.
OINP will assign points for the length of work (4 points for over 1 year of work experience), NOC skill level (3 points for NOC A), and the earning history (3 points for over $40,000 in a year).
Factors 7-8 are related to education. Candidates will get 10 points for Ph.D., 8 points for Masters, 6 points for Bachelors, and 5 points for College diploma or certificate.
For some fields of study, OINP will give 5-10 points.
Factor 9 is Canadian education.
Candidates will get 10 points for more than one Canadian credential, and 5 points for one Canadian credential.
Factors 10-11 are related to language abilities. OINP gives 10 points for CLB 9 or higher, 6 points for CLB 8, and 4 points for CLB 7.
If the candidate knows both English and French, he/she can get 10 points and 5 points for one of them.
Education and Language factors (7-11) are not applied to Foreign Worker or In-Demand Skills streams.
Factors 12-13 are related to regional locations.
If the location of the job offer is outside GTA, the candidate can get 10 points, and inside GTA - 6 points.
If the location of the study was outside GTA, the candidate can get 10 points, and inside GTA - 6 points.
Regional location factors (12-13) are not applied to Masters or Ph.D. streams.
Finally, factor 14 is strategic priorities.
OINP can give extra 10 points to address immediate labor market needs in the province or a region of the province.
The maximum points for all 5 streams are the following:
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