Latest Alberta Draw issues ITAs to those with less CRS score

Alberta, a province in Western Canada, has now announced the results of the latest draw of it’s CRS score for 2019. The province had conducted the draw through the provincial stream of the system.

Soon after the details were released on June 21, the officials issued 262 Notifications of Interest. The candidates who received the notifications had a CSR score for 2019 as low as 300.

With regards to the Alberta Express Entry Stream, the government chose candidates with profiles under the Federal system. Such a kind of system is responsible for managing three immigration programs. 

These programs are meant for individuals that fall under the Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Federal Skilled Worker Class.

In case the applicant is nominated through Alberta, then they can perceive a hike in the CRS score for 2019. 

While 600 points would be added to the score, the candidates can certainly expect an invitation. This would help them to apply for permanent residence in Canada. Besides, they can also hope to find a better job and settle in the country with their families.  

There’s nothing to worry about if the CSR score is less than the expected score. He or she can think about methods to boost the score. 

The individual can be smart enough to approach the situation. He or she should and try to work on the areas that need to be improved. 

For instance, if the candidate has scored less in the language proficiency tests, then he can retake the test. He could simply figure out ways to improve his communication skills. This would enable him to answer most of the questions in the test. 

Over a period of time, people could assure themselves to be permanent residents. This seemed inevitable as the cut-off score of 300 was quite less than the ones for the other draws. 

Moreover, after going through the data, the lowest score drawn was just 332. This figure was determined when the draw was held for the Federal Skilled Trades Class. Apart from this, the cut-off score for each and every program was as much as 438.

As for the work experience, Alberta’s Express Entry system has not considered the occupations under the NOC list. The ITAs would be issued to those individuals who have supported to enhance economic development. 

Further, it’s not essential for the candidate to have a job offer. He or she can get through even when he hasn’t worked in Alberta anytime before. However, the AINP may favour candidates who have been working in Alberta for quite some time. 

Priority would also be given to candidates who have got a degree from a post-secondary institution situated in Canada. At this instance, the officials would also check for a valid job offer. 

In case the candidate’s family member has been residing in Alberta, then the person would be issued an ITA. Under the family members, it could either be a parent, sibling or a child living in the province. 

However, whatever might be the case, it’s important for the person to meet the basic eligibility criteria.

In case the candidate hails for a region outside Canada, then he should get a Notification of Interest (NOI) letter from Alberta. 

Once the applicant receives the letter, he or she is allowed to submit an application. The candidates are further selected based on the information they provide in the Express Entry profile.

There are some circumstances in which the candidate would surely get the NOI. He or she is considered when the profile has been active for a long time. 

In case he has shown an interest to immigrate permanently, then the officials would be willing to accept the profile. 

On the contrary, the likelihood of getting an invitation may decrease even when the CRS score for 2019 is high.

The officials wouldn’t be ready to accept candidates with an Express Entry profile that’s going to expire within a span of three months.

In case the person’s occupation is among the list of ineligible Occupations, then that could be a problem as well.

If the work experience matches the profile of an insulator or a scaffolder, then the government would refuse to process applications. 

While the above occupations come under NOC 7293 and NOC 7271, these are perceived as low-wage occupations. But, in such a scenario, there are a few exceptions. 

Applications received from people under the NOC 7241, and NOC 7371 might get processed as regular applications. Nevertheless, the Employer Liaison Services of Alberta would first assist employers in hiring Canadians and Albertans. 

Under the category of illegible occupations, a person working as a secondary school teacher, principal or an administrator will not be favoured. 

The officials may overlook profiles in case the person is earning through singing, writing books, acting, painting or any other form of art. 

Attention would also not be paid to individuals who are athletes, housekeepers, hunters, real estate agents or any kind of labourers. These are nothing but occupations through which people earn just for their livelihood. 

It’s certain that these individuals would not be able to bear the expenses when they immigrate to the province.

If the person has committed a crime or an act which is illegal, then the officials would not issue an invitation. 

As far as the acts are concerned, these are deemed illegal as per the laws of the Canadian government.  

Finally, it was observed that the total number of ITAs for this year is 3816. This figure was estimated only when the draw on June 21 drew to a close.

When you are planning to apply for permanent residence, you shouldn’t be in a hurry. At that instance, you must check if you’re eligible through an online form. Contacting a support team can further help you clear doubts and queries in your mind. 

Latest Alberta Draw issues ITAs to those with less CRS score
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Latest Alberta Draw issues ITAs to those with less CRS score
Learn how Alberta has now announced the results of the latest draw of it's CRS score for 2019 in their draw through the provincial stream of the system.
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