CRS cut-off falls by 28 points in the latest Alberta AAIP PNP draw
CRS cut-off falls by 28 points in Alberta AAIP PNP draw
Feb 16, 2023: CRS cut-off falls by 28 points in Alberta AAIP PNP draw. The draw issued 100 NOIs to applicants whose CRS score matches or exceeds 357. In addition, in the current draw, we see updates such as:
- Firstly, the AAIP CRS cut-off is lower by 28 points.
- Secondly, even NOIs issued are lower by 54 points.
Besides, the current draw is the third AAIP PNP draw. And consistently we can see changes in AAIP draw since the beginning of 2023, such as:
- Firstly, Jan 19, 2023, AAIP draw issued 46 NOIs with a CRS cut-off requirement of 324.
- Compared to the last AAIP draw of 2022, on Dec 8, 2022, we can see NOIs fall by 83 points. And the CRS cut-off goes up by 19 points.
- Secondly, on Jan 23, 2023, AAIP draw issued 154 NOIs. CRS cut-off is set at 385.
- Compared to Jan 19, 2023, AAIP draw, we see NOIs go up by 108 points. But the CRS cut-off goes up by 61 points.
- Besides, in the current Feb 16, 2023, AAIP draw we can see:
- NOIs fall by 54 points.
- But the CRS cut-off is also lower by 28 points.
As the CRS cut-off falls by 28 points who has an invitation for Alberta PNP nomination in the current draw?
If you have a Notification of Interest (NOI) in this draw then it is because you have:
- Firstly, have an active profile in the Express Entry (EE) System.
- Applied to one of the EE categories such as:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Also, meet Human Capital Factors:
- Work Experience
- Language Skills
- Besides, are eligible for the AAIP Express Entry stream.
- Finally, match the CRS cut-off and get an NOI.
The moment you get an Alberta PNP nomination against your EE profile, you will get a boost of 600 CRS points in the EE pool. As a result, with an increased CRS score in the pool, your chances of getting an ITA to submit a permanent residency application for Canada will go up.
Such is the benefit of applying for a Canada PR visa via the Express Entry + AAIP PNP pathway. So, what are you waiting for?