2019-12-12 – Ontario immigration has reached its 2019 federal government nomination allocation – and promptly received an increase from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

Canada's most populous province had an initial allocation of 6,650 nominations for the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program, which it reached as of December 9, 2019.

The province has also been allocated a further 700 nominations, bringing the total for 2019 to 7,350.

"The program will continue to process applications and issue nominations until the increased allocation is fulfilled," an OINP statement said.

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