Alberta Issued 100 NOIs On January 28, 2021
Posted On: Wed, Feb 03 2021
The province of Alberta held its second PNP draw in the month of January on January 28, 2021. It has almost doubled the number of NOIs (Notification of Interest). A decline in the CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) scores has been noticed in the latest AINP draw. A major decline of 46 points has been seen in the latest Alberta PNP draw.
A total of 100 NOIs have been issued to those candidates who applied under the express entry stream of the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP). The CRS score of the lowest ranked candidate is 360 which is 46 points less than the previous CRS cut-off released in the previous draw held on January8, 2021. The candidates who received the Notification of Interest (NOI) can now apply for provincial nomination from the province of Alberta under the Alberta Express Entry Stream.
The candidates who want to apply under Alberta’s express entry stream must have a wealthy experience in an occupation that supports the growth and development of the province of Alberta and contributes towards the Canadian economy as a whole.
The first and foremost step to apply for a provincial nomination via the express entry stream of AINP is to create a valid express entry profile and enter the express entry pool. Canada express entry is the best immigration pathway that works on the basis of three economic immigration streams such as Federal skilled workers program, Federal skilled trades program and Canadian experience class.
Post entering the pool, the candidates are given a CRS score which is evaluated on the basis of different factors such as human/core capital factors, skills transferability factors, spouse-related factors and other additional factors.
So, are you interested in settling in the province of Alberta and making it a permanent home in 2021? Well, fill in the free online assessment form and check your eligibility so that you can apply under the Alberta PNP as soon as possible. Wishing you luck and success for the future!