Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) managed two draws below the Alberta Associated Express Entry stream in a timeline of one week, on 17 July and 24 July, in which a sum of 471 applicants was invited to appeal for a provincial nomination for Canada PR. While the least CRS cut-off score in the 17 July draw was 400, in the following draw conducted on 24 July, the least CRS cut-off Score was 303. Alberta announced 251 Notifications of Interest in 17 July draw, while 220 NOIs were announced in the 24 July draw.
The Alberta Associated Express Entry stream of A.I.N.P. enables the province of Alberta to look into the Canadian Express Entry pool for applicants who satisfy the eligibility qualifications of the stream and invite them to appeal for nomination from the Alberta province. Ever since the initial A.I.N.P. Express Entry stream draw conducted on 6 July 2018, a sum of 26 draws have been attained beneath the stream, and 5,063 NOIs have been announced.
The initial step for an applicant to be considered for a provincial nomination by the Alberta Associated Express Entry stream is to build a profile in the Express Entry. The applicant does not need a job offer to suit under the stream. But, the applicant needs to have work experience in a profession that promotes economic expansion and Alberta diversification priorities. But the Alberta province doesn't have an in-demand professions list. Another condition is that the applicant needs to have a least C.R.S. score of 300.
However, some factors decrease the chances of an Express Entry applicant in obtaining an NOI from the province of Alberta. One among these is the candidate Express Entry profile expiring within three months following the draw. Similarly, the possibilities decrease when the candidate's profession is listed in the Ineligible Professions list of Alberta Opportunity Stream.
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