Alberta CANADA announced the details of its 1st PNP draw in 2022

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program – 2022

Province of Alberta in Canada held its first Express Entry draw in 2022 on January 5.

Yesterday, January 20th 2022, Alberta Immigrant Nominee program AINP releases the details of the draw. AINP issued the ITA Invitation To Apply to 250 Express Entry Candidates.

The Comprehensive Ranking System CRS cutoff score was 327. Now these 250 candidates are eligible to apply for provincial nominations. Of course they are required to meet the certain criteria for Provincial Nomination, but once they get the Nomination certificate, automatically 600 points will be added to there Express Entry Profile base score.

Express Entry is a pool based system. Candidates are ranked by their CRS Score. The candidates with Provincial Nominations and mostly on the top of the pool and are more likely to get the invitation to apply for Canada Permanent Residence.

Alberta is a Canadian Province, Rich in Natural Resources

Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada IRCC holds Express Entry draws on regular basis. Latest draw was held just a day before in which more than 1,000 candidates were invited to apply for Permanent Residence. (Click Here) to see the details of IRCC Express Entry Draw. All these candidates were having the Provincial Nominations. Only in this month of January IRCC invited around 1,500 candidates with the PNP Nominations.

As mentioned earlier, 600 points added to Express Entry Profile base score will get the low scoring candidates up to the top of the pool. For Example, now in Alberta Express Entry Draw the minimum cutoff score was 327, once Provincial Nomination issued to these candidates with the lowest score, there total CRS will be in 900s.

These top ranked candidates in a pool of Express Entry System may receive a “Notification of Interest” or an ITA Invitation to apply for the Permanent Residency of Canada.

How to immigrate through the Alberta Express Entry?

The first step to immigrating through the Alberta Express Entry is to create an Express Entry profile with Federal Immigration Canada. Express Entry manages 3 Federal High Skilled applications: Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Worker Program, and Federal Skilled Trades Program. If you’re eligible for Express Entry, you may get a score primarily based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). You score rely on the factors of your age, schooling, work experience, language capacity in English or French, and other factors.

IRCC frequently holds Express Entry draws, inviting the very best-scoring candidates to apply for Canadian PR.
You may immigrate through the Express Entry without a provincial nomination. The PNP provides an opportunity for Express Entry candidates with lower CRS rankings to get an additional six hundred-score award.

Alberta Express Entry Eligibility:

If you want to take advantage from Alberta Express Entry program, you must have qualifying work experience in any of the eligible occupation. Usually the occupations under the Skill level 0, Skill level A and Skill level B are eligible for Express Entry Program. Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program do not share any detail for qualifying occupations but AINP provide us with the occupations list which are not eligible to apply, on AINP official Website.

Certain elements boom your chance of being nominated, for example, your previous work experience, Canadian schooling or if you secured a Job Offer from any Employer in Alberta. It additionally helps to have a close family member (blood relative) already living in Alberta.

The applicant must also meet the minimum eligibility requirements for Express Entry. The minimum CRS score you want to be taken into consideration is 300. You may receive an invitation “Notification of Interest” in case you mentioned in profile that you have an interest in immigrating permanently to the Province Alberta.

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