Alberta Issued 200 NOIs To The Express Entry Candidates On February 10, 2021
Posted On: Wed, Feb 17 2021
A total of 200 NOIs issued in the latest draw conducted by the province of Alberta on February 10, 2021. Only the express entry candidates who had a valid profile under the Canada express entry were issued a NOI in the latest Alberta Draw. The number of NOIs is almost doubled than the previous Alberta PNP draw held on January 28, 2021.
The CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score requirement under the latest Alberta PNP draw is set at 301 which is almost 59 points lower than the previous CRS cut off released on January 28, 2021. In order to receive an invitation, a candidate is required to have a valid profile under the express entry stream of obtaining Canada PR.
After all, Canada’s express entry stream is one of the best streams. Under its beautiful canopy, there are three economic immigration streams such as the Federal skilled workers program, Federal skilled trades program and Canadian experience class. In order to apply under any of the above streams, a candidate is required to have a minimum of 67 points in the calculator. These points are evaluated on the basis of certain parameters such as age, work experience, level of education, language dexterity. Adaptability and arranged employment.
The candidates who received an invitation in the latest Alberta PNP draw under the express entry stream will be awarded with 600 additional points towards the existing CRS scores. These 600 points give a major boost to your CRS scores which in turn improves your chances of receiving an invitation to apply for Canada PR from the IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada).
During the ongoing pandemic, the province of Alberta is only considering applications of those candidates who are already residing and working in the province. Also, in order to receive an invitation, a candidate must have a verifiable work experience in an eligible occupation that supports the economic growth and development of the province.
So, do you want to reside and work in Alberta on a permanent basis, but are not aware of your eligibility for the same? Well, in this case, what you need to do is fill in the free online assessment form so that you can determine your eligibility for Alberta PNP trouble-free. So, fill now as it will hardly take a minute. Good Luck for your future!