What about the Progress?
Up to this far, 3,868 nomination certificates have been issued to Express Entry candidates intending to reside in Canada’s westmost Prairie Province.
Average CRS scores Accepted.
Alberta’s Express Entry Stream usually chooses applicants with much lower CRS scores than those drawn through the actual Express Entry system. The province has selected applicants with CRS scores as low as 300 in four draws in 2019 alone. Of the four draws, three had a minimum CRS score of 301 and one a cut-off CRS score of 302.
Comparing Alberta’s and Federal Express Entry draws in 2019, the lowest cut-off score in the 14 programs held at the national level was 438 and the latest cut-off CRS score 466.
Federal Express Entry System; what it is and its function?
Canada’s Express Entry system oversees applications for three of Canada’s principle financial migration programs: the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Federal Skilled Trades Class and the Canadian Experience Class.
Applicants who qualify for these projects are added in the Express Entry pool. They are then given a CRS score depending on their age, education, work experience, proficiency in English or French, etc.
Each draw chooses a set number of top-scoring applicants and invites them to apply for permanent residency in Canada.
Express Entry is here. Submit a profile to the Express Entry pool. Discover your eligibility for a provincial nomination.