Through the Alberta PNP Program (AINP) program, students, workers, and entrepreneurs become residents of Canada permanently. This program is generally helpful for students, skilled people, semi-skilled workers, and business people.
Successful candidates to the AINP get a provincial nomination certificate. With this selection, the candidate, like their family, if applicable, may apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for Canadian permanent residentship.
Between the time your application is stamped and the time that the AINP takes to evaluate your application, you should have a valid work permit for a qualified occupation. A valid work permit depends on:
● A positive Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
● LMIA exemption for laborers dependent on one of the following exclusions as decided by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
● International trade agreements
● Workers transferred within a company
● International Experience Canada
● Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) holder
● Post-Graduation Work Permit holders should meet additional education and occupation necessities
● Your present occupation must be identified with your field of study in Alberta.
If you are admitted and joined up with your Alberta credential program before April 1, 2019, your qualification must be issued by an Alberta Advanced Education affirmed Alberta open and private post-secondary institution, and must be one of the following Alberta Advanced Education approved certifications:
● Certificate or post-graduate certificate
● Diploma program (minimum 2 years program)
● Undergraduate Bachelor’s degree
● Graduate level degree
● Graduate level certificate
● Graduate level diploma
How to apply for the Alberta PNP Program (AINP) ?
To apply in AINP, you need to follow the following three steps:
- Read the AINP terms and conditions
The accessibility of AINP streams and classifications is dependent upon application volumes and work market needs. The Alberta PNP Program maintains all authority to close application admission for any AINP stream or classification whenever without earlier notice. Furthermore, the AINP may decay to think about applications to close or suspended streams, regardless of when the applications were submitted. The criteria for the AINP are routinely updated and might be subject to change whenever and without notice. Changes to the AINP, including notification of suspension or conclusion of its streams and classes and criteria changes, are available at their website alberta.ca/AINP.
- Review the Alberta PNP Program selection criteria
You should meet all the selection criteria. Should you do not meet the criteria, your application will be rejected.
- Review the language testing requirements
To apply under the Alberta Opportunity Stream (AOS), you should submit authority test results demonstrating that you satisfy least language guidelines in English or French.
What to do after you are nominated?
After you are nominated for Alberta PNP Program (AINP), you must apply for permanent resident in Canada. It can be done in the following steps:
Step 1. Get your AINP Nomination bundle
Your Alberta PNP Program Program (AINP) designation will be sent to you by email. If you have an approved representative and are additionally connected with your employer, your selection will be sent by email to your agent or potentially your manager as well.
Step 2: Review your AINP Nomination bundle
Read everything in the bundle carefully. Contact the AINP if you discover a mistake on your nomination papers. Make a duplicate of your application for your own records.
Step 3: Get your application for permanent residence ready
After you get your AINP designation, apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) as quickly as time permits. Your selection is legitimate for a half year. You should apply to us before your designation terminates. Your Acknowledgment of Receipt and IRCC document number is significant on the off chance that you have to expand your work grant. Visit the IRCC site to get all the data you have to apply for permanent residence.
Use the “PNP” segment of the government report to set up the required forms and records, including:
● A duplicate of your AINP selection.
● Your police authentication (if accessible).
● Installment for the required expenses.