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Alberta invites 3,357 Express Entry candidates with lowest CRS score 300 for a provincial nomination

Wed, May 15 2019
Alberta invites 3,357 Express Entry candidates with lowest CRS score 300 for a provincial nomination

The province of Alberta has released new information about the 14 draws held so far in the year 2019 through its Express Entry aligned immigration stream issuing a total of 3,357 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian Permanent Residence with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score as low as 300.

The successful Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) applicants receive an additional 600 points towards their overall Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score effectively guaranteeing an invitation to apply for Canada PR.

In order to be considered for a nomination from Alberta, candidates must be eligible for one of the three federal immigration programs managed by the Express Entry System- the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trade Program, and Canadian Experience Class.

Alberta Express Entry stream was introduced last year to search the federal Express Entry pool for immigration applicant, who meets specified eligibility requirements for a provincial nomination,

To apply for Alberta Express Entry stream, the applicant must have at least CRS score 300 and above and be working in an occupation that supports “Alberta’s economic development and diversification priorities” among other criteria in order to be considered for a nomination for Canadian permanent residence from Alberta.

There is no requirement for a job offer or previous work in Alberta in order to be eligible for AINP through express entry, however the preference will be given to the candidates with a job offer and/or work experience in Alberta, a degree from a Canadian post-secondary institution and/or a parent, child or sibling already living in Alberta.

Out of 14 draws held in 2019, three Express Entry draws invited applicants with scores as low as 300. The largest Alberta Express Entry Stream draw held so far this year took place on March 5 and saw a total of 473 NOIs issued.

The below table shows the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program (APNP) Express Entry draw list along with CRS and number of NOIs issued:

DRAW DATE

NUMBER OF NOIs ISSUED

LOWEST CRS SCORE

January 10, 2019

337

300

January 25, 2019

81

301

February 1, 2019

168

301

February 22, 2019

130

302

March 5, 2019

473

400

March 12, 2019

462

400

March 15, 2019

106

300

March 19, 2019

271

400

March 26, 2019

370

400

April 2, 2019

356

400

April 9, 2019

172

300

April 15, 2019

179

400

April 24, 2019

133

400

May 2, 2019

119

400

 

The applicant chances of receiving NOI through Alberta Express Entry Stream may decrease if:

  • Express Entry profile expires in 3 months or less
  • Working in an occupation that is:
  1. On the list of high-wage and low wage occupations in the province of Alberta
  2. On the Alberta Opportunity Stream ineligible occupations list
  3. The high volume of submissions across all AINP streams

This is in fact great news for the applicants willing to apply for Canada Permanent Residency through Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP). The low CRS score invitations surely attract many potential migrants for Canada Immigration.

For further information related to Canada PR and different PR programs, it is suggested to fill the Canada Immigration Assessment form and wait for a callback from one of the experienced visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global.

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