First Express Entry Draw 2023 For April Is Held By IRCC: The Canadian government agency handling immigration applications is IRCC, which stands for Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. IRCC manages skilled foreign worker applications for permanent residency using Express Entry, a popular online system. The first Express Entry draw of the month was held on April 6, 2023, by the IRCC. Besides, this draw is essential for IRCC’s regular greeting adjustment timetable, which occurs like clockwork. The Express Entry system assigns points to candidates who meet the requirements. And moreover, the candidates with the highest scores inviting to submit applications for permanent residency in Canada.
Top 5 Colleges in Alberta for International Students with Courses & Fee: The province of Alberta offers a variety of good colleges for international students to pursue their higher studies. International students migrating to Canada will get here the perfect atmosphere and the best educational services in Alberta. Another advantage for international students is that they can enjoy a large number of employment opportunities as Alberta is the economic hub. Here is the list of Alberta’s top 5 best colleges along with basic information regarding each college. The information regarding Alberta’s colleges covered includes a list of programs available in each college, and the tuition fee structure for international students. Read More
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.