OM INTERNATIONAL is a leading VISA Consultant in Vadodara established in 2000 with the effort to serve for the people's Dream and make it true to go Abroad for Study, Visit and for Permanent immigration.
With the ability to solve any query and problem in immigration file, We are Providing the Student Visa, Visitor Visa, Permanent Resident for Canada, Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, Europe, etc..
We are providing Coaching to our student by Certified Trainers.


We train 15-20 students in one batch in various English Language tests like
IELTS, Spoken English and Conversational English etc. We have a very experienced and committed team of language trainers who will make your language learning fun and easy. For us, English language teaching is never a profession but it’s a mission and we do have the vision to achieve that mission.

Besides, we also help students get admission from foreign colleges and universities and assist them in getting visas. Our devoted team in counseling students to search various programs and courses can help you out to find the best for you. Our years of experience and professional associations with universities will be a great help to you. We are a knowledge-driven institutions dedicated to the interests of the student community.

Apart from that, we provide professional assistance regarding Canada and Australia Immigration. Canada and Australia immigration is a web of complexity and confusion. It’s an ever-changing and very complex area of law. Our dedicated team under the professional guidance of a registered migration Agent will make your journey to Canada or Australia hassle-free and smooth. We can help you out with skill migration, child migration, partner migration, visitor visas, and skill assessments.

The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a key part of Canada’s immigration policy, with more than 200,000 people expected to obtain Canadian permanent residence through a Provincial Nominee Program between 2019 and 2021.
This makes the Provincial Nominee Program the fastest-growing economic Canadian immigration program. Over recent years, the federal government has gradually increased provinces’ annual allocations for their respective PNPs, showing the increasing importance of these programs within the overall Canadian immigration landscape.
In order to become a provincial nominee, applicants must show that they meet the set criteria. This will show that the applicant has the skills, education, and work experience to be able to make a positive contribution to the local economy and society. The province or territory will consider the application based on the needs of the specific province, as well as the applicant’s genuine intention to settle there.
The Provincial Nominee Program, or PNP gives nine Canadian provinces and two territories the power to select immigrants who meet local labor market needs and priorities.
Quebec is the only Canadian province that does not take part in the PNP. It has a separate agreement with the federal government that gives it sole responsibility for the selection of economic-class immigrants.
The reasons for this expansion is clear: Canada’s population is aging, it's birth rate is declining and labor shortages are expanding as a result. This trend is especially heightened in smaller provinces, which are also struggling with the loss of residents to other parts of Canada.
Canada’s immigration ministry, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), spoke to this rising need for international labor in its annual report to Parliament in 2018: “While many jobs can be filled by Canadians, gaps remain … Recent projections indicate that existing labor shortage, particularly in health, sciences, skilled trades, transport, and equipment, are expected to persist into the future.”

IRCC provides each province and territory with an annual allocation of nominations for Canadian permanent residence that is disbursed through streams tailored to their specific labor market needs.
Combined, the 11 provinces and territories that take part in Canada’s PNP have more than 70 nomination streams that range in focus from international graduates of local universities to workers with skills listed as in-demand in the province, among other examples.
Each provincial nominee program also has at least one ‘enhanced’ nomination stream that targets candidates in the federal Express Entry system, which is Canada’s most important source of skilled foreign workers.
Express Entry manages the pool of candidates for Canada’s three Federal Skilled immigration categories — the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class.
Eligible candidates in these three classes are entered into the Express Entry pool and are issued a score under what’s called the Comprehensive Ranking System, or CRS.
The Government of Canada invites top-ranked candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence through periodic draws from the Express Entry pool, which typically occur every two weeks.
Express Entry candidates with a provincial nomination receive an additional 600 points toward their CRS score and move to the front of the line for an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
A number of provinces have multiple Express Entry-aligned streams and a rising number of nominations have been going to Express Entry candidates in recent years. IRCC statistics for 2017 showed a 73 percent increase in the number of provincial nominations that went to Express Entry candidates over 2016.
Streams that are not aligned with the Express entry system is known as ‘base’ nomination streams. Base streams are of use to persons who may not be eligible for Express Entry and are particularly useful to intermediate or entry-level skilled workers who wish to permanently immigrate to Canada
A provincial nomination is the single most valuable factor in the CRS, effectively guaranteeing that the candidate receives an Invitation to Apply (ITA) at a subsequent draw from the pool.
The CRS is a score out of 1,200 assigned to Express Entry candidates, which decides who should get an ITA for permanent residency. In almost every round of Express Entry draws, these 600 bonus points would guarantee that the applicant would receive an ITA.
Individuals who wish to apply for a provincial nomination under an enhanced PNP stream must first create an Express Entry profile and enter the pool.

Canada’s PNP streams are constantly innovating and creating new opportunities for workers who match their evolving needs.
This was the case with recent draws in Ontario and Nova Scotia that saw two key Express Entry-linked streams issue invitations to immigration candidates with work experience in specific occupations.
On May 31, Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities Stream held an unprecedented draw for Express Entry candidates with work experience in 10 occupations.
A total of 1,072 invitations went to candidates with work experience ranging from corporate sales managers and financial auditors to registered nurses.
This was followed by a June 3 draw through Nova Scotia’s Labour Market Priorities Stream for 312 Express Entry candidates with eligible work experience in early childhood education.
This was the fourth draw through the Labour Market Priorities Stream since its creation in August 2018 and the second to target early childhood educators.
These are just two of many examples of how nominee programs are constantly being adapted to meet the changing labor needs of Canada’s provinces
Processing times under Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program largely depend on whether or not the application has been submitted under an Express Entry-linked PNP stream, or one of the other streams not linked with Express Entry.
Also note that overall processing time includes processing by the province receiving the application for a provincial nomination, and then, if successfully nominated, applicants may then apply to the federal government for permanent residence, a process that also brings additional waiting time.
Most provinces have brought their processing times down to a few months, or even weeks. For Express Entry-linked applications, the federal processing time remains six months or less before obtaining permanent residence. Non-Express Entry-linked applications tend to take a while longer.

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