Alberta PNP invites 293 applicants in Oct 12 draw
Canada Immigration update: Alberta PNP invites 293 applicants in Oct 12 draw
Canada’s prairie province recently released its latest draw results where Alberta PNP invites 293 applicants in Oct 12 draw. To qualify the applicants yet again needed a CRS score of 300.
Also, the CRS score requirement of 300 remains unchanged since the past 5 draws. Even if we look at the past draws there is always a change of 1 point in the CRS score, if any.
For the current draw, if we look at the last Sep 30 AINP draw then we can see the following updates:
- NOIs up by 18 points.
- CRS score remains the same at 300.
If you have an ITA in this draw, then it means you meet the following terms:
- Have an active Express Entry (EE) profile.
- Applied to 1 of the EE sub-streams like:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Also, meet Human Capital Factors:
- Work Experience
- Language Skills
- Besides, have applied to the AINP Express Entry stream.
- Finally, have a qualifying CRS score of 300 or more.
The province under the AINP selects foreign skilled workers who can add to the economic growth. And it helps in filling the empty occupations. As of now, Alberta has selected 5,910 applicants for nomination.
Once you get a nomination from the province against your profile in the EE pool, you will get an extra 600 CRS score. This extra score adds to the probability of you getting an ITA for Canada PR. And we can see strengthening possibilities of permanent residency in Canada, as we are seeing a positive spike in the issuing of ITAs. Further, the CRS score is going lower with each draw.