Alberta last draw 2021
The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) reported today the details of its last draw, on July 14. At this time, Alberta invited 181 Express Entry (EE) candidates to apply for a provincial nomination. The AINP issued invitations to candidates with a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) of at least 301.
Currently, the province has invited 2,613 EE candidates since it resumed invitation rounds in January of this year. Of course, in 2020, there was a temporary pause in the program due to COVID-19. Also, it is important to note that Alberta has not yet available the number of nominations that they can issue.
According to AINP, if the candidate meets one or more of the following factors may also increase the likelihood of receiving a Notification of Interest letter:
– First, you need to have an Alberta job offer and/or work experience
– It also helps if you are a graduate of a Canadian post-secondary institution
– In addition, you should have a parent, child, brother, and/or sister who is a permanent resident living in Alberta. Moreover, you can have a Canadian citizen living in Alberta.
Further, if you are invited to submit an application, you must also meet assessment criteria. Evidently, you must review the assessment criteria before applying.
Application volumes by occupation
The AINP has a high volume of applications in the following occupations.
6311 – Food-service supervisors
7511 – Transport truck drivers
6211 – Retail sales supervisors
6322 – Cooks
1241 – Administrative assistants
1221 – Administrative officers
0621 – Retail and wholesale trade managers
4214 – Early childhood educators and assistants
1311 – Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
And, Restaurant and food service managers – 0631
This means that a submission may take longer to process in those occupations.
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