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Alberta releases details of first PNP draw in 2022

Alberta releases details of first PNP draw in 2022

With its first PNP draw of 2022, the Canadian province of Alberta welcomed 250 Express Entry candidates to petition for a provincial nomination. A minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 327 was required of the invited candidates.

Under the Alberta Express Entry stream, the invited immigration candidates are eligible for a provincial nomination. If they are nominated, they will be one step closer to obtaining permanent residence in Canada.

Provincial nominees are eligible to apply for permanent residence in Canada under the PNP. Candidates who get provincial nominations for Express Entry have the advantage of being moved to the top of the pool and receiving an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residency.

This news about the Alberta PNP draw for 2022, came through a week after the accelerated tech pathway was announced.

How to Apply for Alberta Immigration?

To immigrate to Alberta through Express Entry, the first and most important step is to build a profile for the pool. Express Entry is a method for managing applications for three federal high-skilled programs:

1. CEC is a non-profit organization dedicated to (Canadian Experience Class)

The candidate for the Canadian Experience Class program does not need to have a minimum level of education, but he or she must have at least one year of full-time Canadian skilled job experience.

Work experience does not have to be continuous and can be earned during the three years prior to application. Work experience earned in a position at NOC Skill Level 0, A, or B is also considered skilled.

Candidates must additionally demonstrate language ability in English or French at CLB level 7 for work experience at NOC Skill Level 0 or A, and CLB 5 for work experience at NOC Skill Level B.

2. Federal Skilled Worker Program (Federal Skilled Worker Program) (FSWP)

A candidate for a Federal Skilled Worker program must have at least a high school education and one year of continuous full-time skilled work experience.

If you have work experience in a position with a National Occupational Classification (NOC) Skill Level 0, A, or B, it is deemed skilled. Furthermore, the candidate must demonstrate language ability in English or French at the level of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 7.

3. Federal Skilled Trades Program (Federal Skilled Trades Program) (FSTP)

The candidate must have a license or certification to perform their trade in a Canadian province or territory or an offer of full-time work for a period of at least 12 months. In addition, the candidate must have CLB 4 language ability in either English or French.

The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRCC) organizes expedited entry lotteries and invites the top scorers from the pool to apply for permanent residency.

It is also possible to apply using an express admission mechanism without a provincial nomination. PNP, on the other hand, allows candidates with lower CRS scores to receive 600 points automatically.

Who is qualified for the Alberta Express Entry program?