September 27, 2019 – The two latest draws held so far in the month September, Alberta invited Express Entry Candidates with a comprehensive ranking score (CRS) of 302, which is very low compared to the Express Entry CRS Score cut-off.
The two draws took place on September 11 and September 18 through Alberta express entry system that were made Thursday.
The eligible federal candidates are those having strong ties to Alberta or are working in an occupation that supports the province’s economic development.
Candidates with job offer may increase the probability of invitation. However, it’s not mandatory for the candidates to have a job offer.
The candidates who get selected are issued a notification of interest from the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) and invited for a provincial nomination for permanent residence in Canada.
On September 11, Alberta invited 339 people with scores of above 302, whereas the draw held on September 18 issued 139 NOIs to Express Entry candidates with CRS score as low as 350.
The Alberta express entry systems are known as the most common option for provincial nomination as it selects candidates having scores below the federal cut-off scores.
This year, the Alberta invited candidates with the lowest score of 300, whereas the all-program federal express entry draw this year required candidates to have scores of 438 and above
The lowest Alberta draws this year invited candidates with scores of 300, whereas the lowest all-program Federal Express Entry draws this year required candidates to have scores of 438 and up.`