The province of Alberta announced the latest draw recently. There were 180 candidates invited by the Alberta province with a minimum CRS score of 425. It means that all the candidates with the CRS score of 425 or above are selected. Also, they should have mentioned Alberta province as a preference in their Express Entry Profile.
In 2019, there have been 17 draws held by the Alberta Province so far and total 3996 candidates have been sent NOIs. The minimum score of 425 is the highest asked score in the Alberta Express Entry program so far. The score asked by Alberta was much less than the latest Express Entry Draw score of 460. There have been four occasions when Alberta invited the candidates with CRS score as low as 300.
Eligibility requirements for Alberta Immigration Nominee Program(AINP) are:
There were six tech occupations targeted in the Ontario’s Draw in which 1623 Express entry candidates with the CRS score 439 were selected. The candidates who were selected for the permanent residency they were expected to have the minimum work experience required.
The draw selected the candidates who created their profiles between 12 July 2018 and 12 July 2019, and they had the CRS score ranged from 439 to 459. This tech draw was held to meet the growing needs of Ontario’s Tech sector. The popular tech hubs of the province are Toronto, Ottawa, and Waterloo.
In the draw, those Express Entry candidates were shortlisted who met the Human Capital Priorities Stream requirements and had one-year full-time work experience. The Six highlighted occupations are:
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