Alberta Issues Express Entry NOIs To Candidates With Scores As Low As 352

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Alberta Issues Express Entry NOIs To Candidates With Scores As Low As 352

Candidates with Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System scores well below 400 were once again issued Notifications of Interest by Alberta immigration.

In an August 7 draw, the oil-rich province issued 35 NOI letters to candidates scoring as low as 352.

Alberta continues to be a good option for candidates with lower CRS scores.

The province has now conducted 20 draws in 2019, with 19 of them featuring lowest CRS scores of 400 or below. The lowest targeted candidates score 300 points.


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As of August 13, 2019, Alberta has issued 3,601 of its 6,000 federal government nomination allocation.

The province also has 1,550 applications awaiting assessment.


Alberta Express Entry 2019 Notification of Interest Draws

Draw Date NOI Letters Sent CRS Score of Lowest-Ranked Candidate
07-Aug-19 35 352
24-July-19 220 303
17-July-19 251 400
05-July-19 180 425
21-June-19 262 300
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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