Alberta Express Entry Draw Sees Nearly 200 NOI Letters Issued

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Alberta Express Entry Draw Sees Nearly 200 NOI Letters Issued

Alberta immigration has conducted a new draw through the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program Express Entry stream.

The May 15 draw saw 197 Notification of Interest letters sent, to candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System scores as low as 301.

The draw comes after Alberta published details earlier in May of 14 Express Entry stream draws made during 2019.

The draws, taking place between January 10 and May 2, showed a total of 3,357 NOI letters issued in 2019. The new draw brings the total to 3,554.


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Alberta Express Entry 2019 Notification of Interest Draws

Draw Date

NOI Letters Sent

CRS Score of Lowest-Ranked Candidate

15-May-19 197 301
02-May-19 119 400
24-Apr-19 133 400
15-Apr-19 179 400
09-Apr-19 172 300
02-Apr-19 356 400
26-Mar-19 370 400
19-Mar-19 271 400
15-Mar-19 106 300
12-Mar-19 462 400
05-Mar-19 473 400
22-Feb-19 130 302
01-Feb-19 168 301
25-Jan-19 81 301
10-Jan-19 337 300

Source: www.alberta.ca

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