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Posted on June 22 2022

150 NOI letters issued by AAIP under Express Entry program

By  Editor
Updated November 01 2023

Key aspects:

  • Alberta conducted a draw under the Alberta Advantage Immigration Program on June 16, 2022
  • AAIP targets to welcome foreign nationals who are looking to migrate to Canada
  • The AAIP has a high volume of applications and Alberta Express Entry submissions
  • Selection, ranking, and eligibility requirements differ for each candidate under the Accelerated Tech Pathway


On June 16, 2022, Alberta conducted a draw under the Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP), through which the draw issued 150 Notification of Interest letters to the immigration candidates.

*Check your eligibility criteria with the help of the Y-Axis Canada Immigration Points Calculator.

Information on the latest Alberta draw:

Alberta, also known as an energy province, is one of Canada's thirteen provinces and territories, which is considered a home country for more than 4 million people.

Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada have a fixed number of nomination in the AAIP as it targets to invite the foreign nationals who want to migrate to Canada.

As per the available information, Alberta sends a Notification of Interest letter to the selected applicants in the Express Entry portal, where the Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) of the lowest-ranked applicants with a Notification of Interest letter is 306.

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Below are the details of the Alberta draws, 2022:

Date of draw

Number of Notification of Interest letters issued Comprehensive Ranking Score   of lowest ranked candidate with NOI
June 16, 2022 150


May 19, 2022

100 382
April 14, 2022 250


March 22, 2022

350 325
March 8, 2022 350


February 1, 2022



January 18, 2022



January 5, 2022



*Read more information on the previous Alberta draw- Alberta AINP draw invites 100 candidates

AAIP Applications in Queue

The Alberta Advantage Immigration Program has many applications and Alberta Express Entry submissions with a longer processing time in the occupations listed below:


NOC codes
Food service supervisors


 Retail sales supervisor

 Administrative assistants



Transport truck drivers


Administrative officers

Early childhood educators and assistants


Retail and wholesale trade managers

Accounting technicians and bookkeepers


Restaurant and food service managers


The government of Alberta releases Alberta Occupational Outlook after every two years. These outlooks predict shortage and surplus for the coming ten years. No policy changes are considered in the occupational outlook.

*Read more... Alberta’s Occupational Outlook – For balancing labor market by 2028

*For more information, check out the Y-Axis blog page...

Alberta Express Entry requirements

The immigration candidates will be provided the eligibility for the Alberta Express Entry if they:

  • Incline towards Alberta's permanent residency
  • Work experience in the province of Alberta
  • Have an active profile in the Express Entry pool
  • Obtain at least 300 points in the Comprehensive Ranking Score
  • Hold graduation from a post-secondary institution in Canada

Do you want to migrate in Canada? Get guidance from Y-Axis, the leading Overseas Consultant in Australia

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