International Students

Yes, you are still eligible for potential selection by the AINP Express Entry Stream even if you have completed your studies outside of Alberta.
AINP considers the student tie ups with Alberta, e.g. Alberta employment, job NOC code and also the relatives (if applicable) and nominates the Express entry Candidate. You need to meet the minimum CEC/FSW/FST criteria and have a minimum CRS score of at least 300 or more for Alberta to consider you for nomination under AINP Express Entry Stream.
AINP follows the standard selection practice published on their website and it’s not a lottery system. Chances of selection are pretty good if you meet all the selection factors mentioned above.
If you are an International student, You need at least 1 year of skilled full-time or equivalent part time work experience to qualify as either a Canadian Experience Class or (CEC) or Federal Skilled Worker or (FSW) or Federal Skilled Trades or (FST) depending on your language scores.
No, but if you do have a close family member then it can potentially help your case/application.
You need to be working in a skilled occupation at a skill level 0, A or B.
To meet the minimum criteria for CEC and holding a skill level B job you need at least CLB 5 in each band, and if it's a skill level 0 or A job then its CLB 7 in each band. If it's as a FSW then you need at least CLB7 and if it's as a FST then its CLB 5 in speaking listening and CLB 4 for in reading and writing.
We are assisting many of Albertan employers with their Immigration applications and there is always a demand of skilled worker in Alberta. We can help you contacting with you prospected employers preferably if you retained our services for Express entry and AINP application. ** Please note Global Immigration is not charging any fees for employment related services and above Express entry and AINP application are for Immigration purpose only.
Typically the time from an expression of interest to final approval for a nomination certificate is roughly 1-2 months.
Once you receive Nomination, we will submit your application for Federal process to finalize your Permanent residency in Canada.
Chances are pretty good if you don’t have any Criminal or Medical inadmissibility.
Federal processing time varies between 12 to 18 months.
Each application is different and have their own merits or demerits e.g.: Single, Married, Dependent kids, previous marriage or relationship, children’s from previous relationship, accompany or non accompanying children’s, custody of the children’s, criminal charges, medical inadmissibility etc. We suggest booking a consultation prior to getting a fees quote.