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Alberta Makes Promising Changes to Its Immigration Program

Alberta is a major immigration destination in Canada. This province is well-known for having a very lenient immigration policy and eligibility requirement.

Recently, the economy of Alberta has been growing rapidly. Now, with the introduction of the multi-year program at the Express Entry level, all provinces are looking to bring in more talent. Alberta is not far behind other in this regard as it has introduced two vital changes in the overall to help more applicants get selected for immigration.

What Are the Two Major Changes for Alberta PNP?

The first of these has to do with the income requirement. Every applicant to Canada earlier needed to have a certain minimum income in order to be eligible. This meant that a lot of applicants who were eligible got rejected simply because their income was not high enough.

However, Alberta has now done away with this minimum income requirements. This means that all applicants who apply can be eligible if they score above the minimum criteria. Naturally, this is a great news for all Canada immigration applicants. Alberta has a growing economy and plenty of high-demand jobs. It will now be easier than ever before to get selected for immigration to Canada.

The second change has to do with the Alberta immigration application minimum language requirement. Some immigration news sources have reported that the minimum language requirement will be increased. This is to true only in part.

When Alberta opened its Alberta Opportunities Stream (AOS) in June 2018, it was announced that the minimum language requirement would be increased to CLB 5 from CLB 4. However, after further evaluation of the market situation, the AINP authorities have decided to delay their decision to increase the minimum language requirement.

You see the language requirement will be increased only for the O, A and B category jobs after June 1, 2020. For jobs in the category C and D of the National Occupations Classification (NOC), there will be no change. Also, the change will be very small as the language eligibility requirement will be increased to CLB 5 from CLB 4.

So, if you are planning to immigrate to Canada, Alberta is still one of the easiest provinces to immigrate to. However, unless you are familiar with the immigration process, it is best to use professional help in making the application.

 

Where Can You Get the Best AINP Application Help?

Nationwide Immigration is one of the most reputed Canada immigration consultancies in India. We have a long history stretching back over 10 years. During that time, we have sent over 10,000 applicants to Canada. A sizeable number of these applicants made it to Alberta and are now living their dream life. You can achieve the same with our help.

Nationwide Immigration is not just highly reputed but also very customer-friendly. We are ICCRC accredited and so, we can legally represent you in immigration courts if required. We also offer great policies like a free initial consultation, job placement services, language training, legal contracts, post-immigration help and refund in the unlikely situation if your application is rejected.

In short, we can offer you the best value for your money as well as the best chance to move to Canada. Contact us now.

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