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Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)

Alberta’s provincial immigration program consists of three streams: The Alberta Opportunity Stream, the Alberta Express Entry Stream, and the Self-Employed Farmer Stream. The province issues provincial nominations to foreign nationals who meet program-specific criteria and demonstrate an intention to reside in the prairie province.

Lump sum Amount

 80,000.00

Note: Government fee is excluded.

Situated in Western Canada, Alberta has one of Canada’s fastest-developing economies. The territory is home to two of Canada’s largest cities, Calgary and Edmonton, and is the most populous of the nation’s three ‘Prairie provinces.’ It is also prestigious as one of the most excellent parts of North America, with famous national parks, such as Banff and Jasper. The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) is a monetary movement program that nominates individuals for changeless residence in Alberta. Nominees must have skills and abilities to fill work shortages in Alberta, and have the option to accommodate their families. The program is controlled by both the Alberta government and the government. 

If a person is named through the program, they may apply for lasting residence status together with their spouse or customary law accomplice and ward kids. 

Migration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada deal with this application for lasting residency. The government makes the ultimate choices on these applications. 

Program nominees must meet the accompanying government checks to be qualified for a changeless resident visa: 

  1. medicinal 
  2. criminal 
  3. security 

 

This visa will permit migration to Alberta. 

Qualification Requirements of the Alberta Immigration Nominee Program 

Coming up next is a set of least requirements which should be satisfied to meet all criteria for movement assignment through the Alberta Immigration Nominee Program (AINP): 

All applicants should have an employment bid letter for full-time and lasting work from an Alberta manager. 

All applicants are required to possess the necessary work understanding as required by the business to meet all requirements for a movement designation. 

A candidate needs to achieve the base scores necessary in IELTS or CLB assessment to meet all requirements for selection. 

All applicants need to demonstrate their expectation of living and working in Alberta. 

All applicants considered for migration need to possess genuine work to allow and have other associated documents. 

Every candidate must recognize their occupation according to the NOC categories _ O, An, and B. 

Applicants must furnish documents approving their lawful residence in their nation of origin. 

Applicants need to achieve a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) affirmation letter. 

Alberta Provincial Nominee Program Express Entry Process 2020 

The process of getting the Provincial Nomination from Alberta is straightforward. In the wake of having finished the previously mentioned formalities, the prospective worker will get a movement designation. This will add 600 CRS points to their profile and thus will ensure selection in the forthcoming Express Entry draws. Notwithstanding, before the points are added to the migration profile of a competitor, they will first need to make a profile and give all the necessary data to finish it. Note here this is a standard Express Entry application structure satisfaction and follows the general method for the same. 

Fraud and misrepresentation 

On the off chance that the AINP discovers fraud or deception in an application, a competitor might be prohibited for as long as five years from reapplying to the AINP.

Express Entry Vs PNP- Which is best to apply Canada PR?

Well, this is the most common question every Canada immigration and PR applicants asks more than often. Express entry system is largest and most popular immigration system of Canada. It assess the profile of the applicants based on their total points scored based on age, education, work experience, language skills, etc. criteria. If your point score is high enough (442 CRS points as per latest EE draw launched on February 21) you will get invitation to apply Canada PR from IRCC.

However, if your CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) is low, you can plan to apply in any of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) for Canada. Many PNPs accept the applicant even with low CRS score. For instance, Ontario accepts the applicant with CRS score 400 points or above. Canadian Provinces also invite the applicants from express entry pool, under Express Entry Stream of their PNP, based on CRS score and eligibility.

What is Express Entry stream of a PNP?

The Express Entry stream of a PNP is the stream aligned with federal express entry system. Under this stream a Canadian provinces are allowed to select the candidates from express entry pool and notify them to apply in their Provincial Nominee Program.

If an applicant applies and get selected, he/she becomes eligible to get the provincial nomination and subsequently receives 600 additional CRS points in federal express entry system. The 600 CRS points ensures the ITA (Invitation to Apply) for Canada PR from IRCC in the subsequent draw of federal Express Entry System.

Available PNPs

  • Nova Scotia PNP
  • Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
  • New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program
  • Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)
  • Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)
  • British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP)
  • Yukon Nominee Program (YNP)
  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)
  • Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP)
  • Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP)

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)

Lump sum Amount

 80,000.00

Note: Government fee is excluded.

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