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Alberta (AINP) Points Calculator 2020

Find Out How many points required to Get PR Visa in Alberts?

AINP – Express Entry

AINP recently launched an immigration stream that is in-line with the federal government’s Express Entry program. This stream is called AINP Express Entry Stream. With the help of this stream, a province is able to search for candidates that are able to meet the requirements of the local labour market of the province in the federal express pool.

Once an Express Entry Candidate is able to get a provincial nomination certificate, they are given a major boost of 600 CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score. These many points make sure that the candidate gets the ITA (Invitation to Apply) to apply for Canada PR Visa to the IRCC (Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada).

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AINP Points Calculator 2020

For a candidate to be eligible for AINP through the Express Entry program, candidate needs to clear the 67 points system. In this unique point assessment grid, points are awarded to the candidates based on the credentials submitted. Based on these points, candidate will be able to calculate their points for AINP – Points Calculator. Following are the factors based on which points are awarded:

Alberta Immigrant Points Calculator 2020

Factors Maximum Points Awarded
Language Skills 28
Education 25
Work Experience 15
Age 12
Arranged employment in Canada 10
Adaptability 10

Following are how points are awarded in AINP Points Calculator for Canada Immigration through Express Entry linked stream – AINP Express Entry Stream:

Age Points

Age (In Years) Points Awarded
Under 18 0
18-35 12
36 11
37 10
38 9
39 8
40 7
41 6
42 5
43 4
44 3
45 2
46 1
47 and older 0

Important: Canada Immigration New Rules 2020

Language Proficiency Points

First Official Language

CLB Levels Speaking Reading Listening Writing
9 or Higher 6 6 6 6
8 5 5 5 5
7 4 4 4 4
Below 7 Not Eligible to Apply

 

Second Official Language

CLB Levels Points Awarded
At least CLB 5 in all of the four abilities 4
CLB 4 or less in any of the four abilities 0

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Education Points

Education Level Points Awarded
University degree at Doctoral (Ph.D.) level or equal 25
University degree at Master’s level or equal OR University level entry-to-practice professional degree (or equal) 23
Two or more Canadian post-secondary degrees or diplomas or equal (at least one must be for a program of at least three years) 22
Canadian post-secondary degree or diploma for the program of 3 years or longer, or equal 21
Canadian post-secondary degree or diploma for program of 2 years program, or equal 19
Canadian post-secondary degree or diploma for 1 year, or equal 15
Canadian high school diploma or equal 5

 

Work Experience

Experience (In Years) Points Awarded
1 9
2-3 11
4-5 13
6 or more 15

 

Arranged Employment

Applicant   Points Awarded
Is currently working in Canada on an LMIA-based work permit and his or her work in Canada is considered “skilled” (NOC type 0, A or B) ·         The Work Permit is valid when a permanent residency application is made * and

·         The Employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant

At the time the permanent resident visa is issued, the applicant is expected to still hold a valid work permit

10
Is currently working in Canada on an LMIA-exempt work permit or a work permit issued under a provincial/territorial agreement ·         The work permit is valid when a permanent residence application is made and

·         The employer has made a permanent, full-time skill job offer to the applicant

At the time the permanent resident visa is issued, the applicant is expected to still hold a valid work permit

10
Does not hold a valid work permit and is not authorized to work in Canada

·         A prospective employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant; and

·         The offer of employment has received a positive LMIA

10
Holds a valid work permit or is otherwise authorized to work in Canada, but does not fall under one of the two above scenarios ·         The work permit or authorization is valid when a permanent residence application is made;

·         A prospective employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant; and

·         The offer of employment has received a positive LMIA

10

 

Adaptability

Factors Points Awarded
PA previous work in Canada (minimum of 1 year in skilled occupation NOC type 0, A or B) 10
Relatives in Canada 18 years or more who are residing in Canada and is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident 5
Accompanying spouse/partner’s official language (CLB/NCLC 4) 5
A previous study in Canada 5
A previous study in Canada – accompanying spouse/partner 5
Previous work in Canada – accompanying spouse/partner 5
Arranged employment in Canada 5
Relative in Canada – 18 years or older 5
Language ability CLB 4 or above – accompanying spouse/partner (IELTS 4.0/4.5/3.5/4.0) 5

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