Alberta Express Entry Draw Features Minimum CRS Score Of 302

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Alberta Express Entry Draw Features Minimum CRS Score Of 302
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Alberta has issued 168 invitations in a new draw through the Express Entry-linked stream of the Alberta Advantage Immigration Program.

The August 24 draw featured a lowest Comprehensive Ranking System score of 302 points.

The invitations went to candidates with a family connection in one of the province’s primary occupations in demand.

Alberta has an allocation of 9,750 provincial nominations for 2023, up from 6,500 in 2022.

The province has issued 7,121 nominations so far this year.


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Alberta Express Entry 2023 Draws

Date NOIs sent Parameters Lowest CRS
24-Aug-23 168 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 302
22-Aug-23 89 Priority sector: Construction occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-500 303
16-Aug-23 300 Priority sector: Tourism and hospitality occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-500 408
15-Aug-23 14 Dedicated Healthcare Pathway with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300 and above 326
03-Aug-23 201 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 315
01-Aug-23 32 Priority sector-Agriculture occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-500 322
01-Aug-23 11 Dedicated Healthcare Pathway, Alberta job offer, CRS score 300 and above 317
18-Jul-23 14 Dedicated Healthcare Pathway, Alberta job offer, CRS score 300 and above 311
13-Jul-23 142 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 302
11-Jul-23 150 Priority sector-Tourism and hospitality occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-500 435
04-Jul-23 12 Dedicated Healthcare Pathway, Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-1200 354
29-Jun-23 65 Priority sector-Construction occupation and French as first language, CRS score 300-500 316
22-Jun-23 125 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 306
21-Jun-23 19 Dedicated Healthcare Pathway, Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-1200 318
20-Jun-23 68 Priority sector-Construction occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-500 301
08-Jun-23 150 Priority sector-Agriculture occupation and French as a first language, CRS score 300-500 382
01-Jun-23 117 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 304
30-May-23 20 Priority sector-Agriculture occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-600 342
23-May-23 5 Designated Healthcare Pathway, Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-1200 401
11-May-23 119 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 311
09-May-23 175 Priority sector-Tourism and hospitality occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-600 444
09-May-23 8 Designated Healthcare Pathway, Alberta job offer, CRS score 300 and above 307
25-Apr-23 8 Designated Healthcare Pathway, Alberta job offer, CRS score 300 and above 316
24-Apr-23 124 Priority sector-construction occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-500 301
20-Apr-23 152 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 302
18-Apr-23 68 Sector priority-Agriculture occupation with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-700 307
05-Apr-23 53 Designated Healthcare Pathway, Alberta job offer, CRS score 300-600 351
30-Mar-23 150 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 372
09-Mar-23 134 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 301
16-Feb-23 100 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 357
23-Jan-23 154 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 385
19-Jan-23 46 Family connection and primary occupation in demand, CRS score 300-500 324

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High Number of Applications

Alberta says a high number of AAIP applications have been received in the following occupations, meaning they may take longer to process:

  • 62020 – Food service supervisors
  • 62010 – Retail sales supervisors
  • 63200 – Cooks
  • 13110 – Administrative assistants
  • 12200 – Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
  • 65201 – Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
  • 73300 – Transport truck drivers
  • 21222 – Information systems specialists
  • 21231 – Software engineers and designers
  • 13100 – Administrative officers

What are the Requirements for Alberta Express Entry?

In order to be eligible to receive a notification of interest, candidates must:

  • Have an active Express Entry profile in the federal Express Entry pool.
  • Have stated an interest in immigrating permanently to Alberta.
  • Be working in an occupation that supports Alberta’s economic development and diversification.
  • Have a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 300 points.

Factors that may improve a candidate’s chances of receiving a notification of interest:

  • A job offer from an Albertan employer and/or work experience in Alberta.
  • Having graduated from a Canadian post-secondary institution.
  • Having a relative that is living in Alberta: parent, child and/or sibling.

Factors that decrease a candidate’s chances of receiving a notification of interest:

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