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Latest Alberta PNP Draws Nominated 150 Express Entry Profiles For Canadian Permanent Residency

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Immigration candidates registered in the federal Express Entry pool were targeted in the latest Alberta Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draws held on June 16. 

The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) issued a new round of invitations to 150 eligible Express Entry candidates to apply for provincial nominations.
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The latest Alberta PNP draws held once a month target profiles registered in the federal Express Entry pool with the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score dropping down to 306 points. The previous draw held on May 19 had a qualifying score of 382. 

All the invited candidates are now one step closer to applying for permanent residence in Canada through the federal Express Entry system. 

Take this quick assessment online to determine your eligibility for Canadian permanent residency based on your work experience or academic profile. 

Alberta Express Entry Stream for Provincial Nominations

If you do not have a job offer in Canada yet and wish to immigrate for a better career and lifestyle, consider Alberta Express Entry Stream. This stream allows the province to search for and nominate foreign skilled workers who have submitted a profile using the federal Express Entry pool. A job offer is therefore not required. 

To be eligible for the Alberta Express Entry Stream you will need to

  • Have an active Express Entry profile;
  • Have a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 300;
  • Meet the eligibility requirements for one of the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) or Canadian Experience Class (CEC);
  • Work in an occupation that supports Alberta’s economic development;
  • Demonstrate a language proficiency level
  • Intend to reside in Alberta;
  • Have sufficient funds to cover settlement costs in Alberta.

Read more >> Alberta Allows Hiring of More Temporary Foreign Workers As Job Vacancy in Canada Rises

Canada PR Through Latest Alberta PNP Draws 

The federal Express Entry system is an application management database to streamline federal immigration programs to issue Canadian permanent residency. It manages applicants under three federal programs – the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP),  the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), and the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP).

Additionally, most PNPs have a dedicated stream to select desirable candidates for provincial nominations directly from the federal Express Entry pool. 

The province is attracting Chemical Engineers, Metallurgical & Material Engineers, and Petroleum Engineers for Canada PR through the latest Alberta PNP draws

There are two significant advantages of receiving a provincial nomination under AlNP: 

  • Qualifying CRS score remains as low as 300, unlike any other provincial draws, 
  • Those who receive the provincial nomination will automatically get an additional 600 CRS points added to their overall score. 

All the registered profiles receive a score based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Candidates get points for factors including their age, education, work experience, language ability in English or French, and others. The varying degree of scores will help the government determine a prospective immigrant to succeed in Canada’s labor market.  

It means that candidates are effectively guaranteed an invitation to apply for permanent residence in the upcoming federal Express Entry draw. As a matter of fact, the latest Express Entry draws targeted 589 candidates with prior provincial nominations to apply for Canadian permanent residency. 

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