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June 23, 2021

Alberta Draw for PNP announced at CRS 300 to invite 184 Express Entry

Alberta Draw for PNP announced at CRS 300 to invite 184 Express Entry: New Express Entry draw was announced by Alberta on June 22, in which they invited the candidates under Express Entry to apply for the provincial nomination program (PNP). Hence, with this draw, about 2,284 candidates had been issued by the Alberta province to the Express Entry candidates who can apply for the provincial nomination program (PNP) in the year 2021. Alberta Draw for PNP invited 184 candidates under Express Entry through Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) on June 22nd, so as to apply for the Express Entry stream of Alberta. This year the requirement for the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was at least 300, which means it is one point less than the previous draw.

Alberta Draw for PNP

Alberta Draws for PNP

For the candidate to get invited to the new Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draw of Alberta, they will be needed to have their Express Entry system profile with them. Express Entry is the application management system of Canada that includes three Federal High Skilled pathways for immigration, that are

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program
  • Canadian Experience Class

If the candidate is under the eligibility criteria for Express Entry, then they will get their scores based on the  Comprehensive Rating System (CRS), which awards points to the candidates based on

  • age,
  • education,
  • work experience,
  • language ability in English or French, and
  • others.

In the department of immigration Canada, the Express Entry draw is regularly held by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), in which they invite the candidates who have the highest scores to apply for permanent residence in Canada. There is a possibility for the immigrants to immigrate without the provincial nomination through the system called Express Entry system, though, people with low scores in the Comprehensive Rating System (CRS) may choose the Provincial nomination program (PNP). For the nominees under PNP, 600 points will automatically get added to the overall score of the candidate, which is more than sufficient to get invited in the subsequent draw of Express Entry.

Express Entry stream of Alberta

The candidates with strong networks with Alberta have enhanced Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) for Express Entry. By strong networks, we mean that the candidates who can support the government in economical development and diverse priorities. During the time of the coronavirus pandemic, the candidates who are already working and living in the province are considered by Alberta.

On November 1, 2020, The federal government on November 1, 2020, has increased the occupations that are ineligible to apply for the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) in Alberta. Although, the candidates can still get selected through the Alberta Express Entry Steam who have received an invitation on November 1, 2020. Moreover, after that, even if the candidates are working that occupation which the federal government will not process for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

In the year 2020, a total of 6,250 nomination certificates was allowed to be issued by Alberta. but, due to the pandemic, the province lessens its allocation of up to 4,000 nominations only. These nominations were issued in June 2020 due to which there were no draws happened in the second half of the year 2020. The allocation of provincial nominations is not yet released by Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) for the year 2021.

Some occupations taking time to be processed

The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) has a high capacity of Alberta Express Entry application submissions in some occupations that may take some time to be processed. This includes occupations with their listed National Occupational Classification (NOC) code are:

NOC code                              Occupation

7511                                      Transport truck drivers
6322                                    Cooks
6311                                     Food service supervisors
6211                                     Retail sales supervisors
4214                                    Early childhood assistants and educators
1311                                     Accounting bookkeepers and technicians
1241                                     Administrative assistants
1221                                    Administrative officers

Past Alberta Draws for PNP

Date of draw Number of Notification of Interest (NOI) Letters sent CRS score of lowest ranked candidate who received a NOI letter
June 22, 2021 184 300
June 5, 2021 191 300
May 18, 2021 250 301
May 5, 2021 250 300
April 20, 2021 200 301
April 6, 2021 200 302
March 26, 2021 300 301
March 2, 2021 200 301
February 16, 2021 159 352
February 10, 2021 200 301
January 28, 2021 100 360
January 8, 2021 50 406
June 17, 2020 187 303
May 13, 2020 191 300
April 29, 2020 200 322
April 14, 2020 200 353
April 1, 2020 120 381
March 18, 2020 136 300
March 4, 2020 100 300
February 20, 2020 150 300
January 29, 2020 150 300
January 22, 2020 201 350
January 9, 2020 150 350

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One Reply to “Alberta Draw for PNP announced at CRS 300 to invite 184 Express Entry”

  1. expresslane immigration says: March 16, 2022 at 6:07 am

    Nice info!
    Thank you

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