The information of the AINP draws that first happened on July 6 has been released under new Express Entry -linked stream for immigrating to Alberta. An overall of seven draws were organized to issue Notifications of Interest (NOIs) to the candidates who accomplishes the eligibility criteria for Alberta Express Entry under AINP.
The first draw saw issuance of 155 Notifications of Interest to the applicants with CRS 302. The summary of total draws dates, NOI issued and their CRS scores has been mentioned in the below table -
|Date of Draw||NOI’s issued||Least CRS score|
|July 6, 2018||155||302|
|July 26, 2018||67||302|
|August 23, 2018||24||312|
|September 14, 2018||152||301|
|October 10, 2018||47||319|
|October 16, 2018||94||304|
|November 6, 2018||57||302|
To be eligible to get invitation to apply for Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) with at least CRS 300 and must be working in the occupation that pushes the economic diversification of Alberta. In addition, preference will be given to candidates with job offer, work experience, a degree from a Canadian post-secondary institution or is a parent, child or sibling of citizen / Permanent Residents of Alberta.
In order to get invitation to apply, candidates must maintain an Express Entry profile in an urge to get considered among the pool of aspirants for the stream. The profile has validity of three months or less as regulated under AINP.
Provincial nomination plays an important role in increasing the CRS score with addition of 600 points to the actual CRS. For instance, if you have scored 300 CRS, then if you hold provincial nomination you score increases to 900.
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