Ontario reopens Masters Graduate Stream

CIC News
Published: April 30, 2019

Ontario reopened its Masters Graduate Stream to new registrations April 30 and quickly reached its limit.

The Masters Graduate Stream gives international graduates with an eligible Ontario master’s degree the opportunity to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence.

The stream is popular because it does not require a job offer from an Ontario employer in order to be eligible.

The opening completed the intake of 1,000 new registrations that originally began March 5 but ran into technical difficulties before the quota was reached.

A total of 333 registrations were submitted successfully on March 5 and the April 30 intake accepted the remaining 667 registrations before closing.

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) said successful registrants will receive a confirmation number from its e-Filing Portal within three business days.

Once you receive a file number you have 14 days to submit an application to the OINP or your registration will expire.

For more information on the Masters Graduate Stream, visit this dedicated page.

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