Great career opportunities are here for you to discover overseas and no other country than Canada gives you the best in this regard. The Canadian province of Alberta has yet again conducted an Alberta PNP draw that has invited 396 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination. It’s the provincial nomination that leads the way to Canada PR. The draw took place on August 10, 2021.
This draw is the biggest one of its kind as yet conducted in 2021.
It’s well known that Canada offers the simplest and fastest shot at permanent residency among world countries. So, it’s best for you to try to register for Canada immigration before the cap of 6,250 provincial nominations gets exhausted for 2021. Already, 3,157 nominations have been made to immigration candidates in 2021.
Alberta is well-known for its oil and farming industries. In fact, the province is known to be the richest Canadian province. Nevertheless, skilled professionals in the fields of finance, manufacturing, and tourism also find Alberta a destination with high job potential.
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In order to be eligible to apply for provincial nomination via Alberta PNP, you must:
- Express your interest to move to Alberta in your Express Entry
- Have work experience in an occupation the province deems eligible.
- Ideally have factors that will help you to perform better for nomination:
- A job offer from Alberta
- Having work experience in the province
- Having a parent, sibling, or child in Alberta as a Canadian citizen or Canada PR
- Having a Canadian education
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