Alberta PNP Invited 80 Applicants

Alberta PNP Invited 80 Applicants in the Latest PNP Draw

On February 12, 2024, the Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP) disclosed the outcomes of its recent draw, which took place on February 1, 2024. In this draw, a total of 80 prospective immigrants were extended invitations under the Priority Sector – Construction Occupation, with a prerequisite of possessing a job offer letter and achieving a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 382 to qualify.

Draw Results Overview

The table below provides a comprehensive summary of the recent Alberta PNP draw:

Date of DrawNumber of Notification of Interest Letters SentDraw ParametersCRS Score of Lowest-Ranked Candidate Receiving a Letter
February 1, 2024,                    80Priority Sector – Construction Occupation with Alberta Job Offer, CRS Score 300-500              328

Priority Sectors and Selection Criteria

Alberta PNP focuses on priority sectors such as agriculture, construction, tourism, and hospitality. Individuals may receive a Notification of Interest letter based on their profile information available in the federal Express Entry portal.

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In the year 2023, AAIP intends to allocate approximately 21% of its Express Entry allocations to candidates with principal occupations in these sectors. Priority consideration may be given to candidates with a valid job offer from a reputable, established, and verifiable Alberta business, or those whose primary occupation aligns with the demands of the province.

Requirements for Alberta PNP Priority Sector Applicants

Applicants seeking to qualify under the Alberta PNP Priority Sector must meet the following criteria:

  • The job offer must originate from a legitimate, established, and verifiable Alberta employer.
  • Applicants must not hold more than 10% of overall voting shares.
  • Bona fide job offers should guarantee continuous, paid employment for a minimum of 12 months, with full-time engagement (30 hours per week), meeting or exceeding the provincial minimum wage.
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Next Draw for Alberta PNP

Alberta PNP conducts draws every month to address the needs of its labor market. However, there is no predetermined date for the draw, and Alberta PNP refrains from publishing the date and time of the draw in advance. Prospective applicants are advised to stay updated with Alberta PNP’s official announcements for information regarding upcoming draws and eligibility criteria adjustments.

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