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AINP nominated candidates march 2019

Discussion in 'Provincial Nomination Program Immigration' started by Bikram67, Apr 13, 2019.

  1. I got NOI from OINP. Awaiting nomination.
  2. Hey,

    I would like to share my timeline with everyone.

    FSW Outland

    Entered Pool - 1st Mar 2019
    Alberta NOI - 12 Mar 2019
    Alberta Nomination - 25 Apr 2019
    ITA - 1st May 2019
    AOR - 9th May 2019
    MEP and biometrics -19th Jun 2019
    Biometrics Completed - 27 Jun 2019
    RPRF - 02 Jul 2019
    PPR - 19 Jul 2019

    I am from India and have no ties or relatives anywhere in Canada. Never been to Canada before. IELTS preparation, Alberta application and Canada PR application were all done by myself.
    Wishing everyone all the best, hoping all get their PPR mails soon and requesting others to share your timeline as well.
    Okem, Hussain91 and pisces88 like this.
  3. This is great news, congratulations!
  4. Dears, Can someone tell me that if PNP invitation can be received without Express entry? I have CRS score around 400 invitation via Express entry is difficult. Is there any way to get direct PNP nomination? Thanks
  5. Thats an really amazing timeline and really motivating one as well. Really appreciate that you shared your timeline and brought a hope and smile on people's face. I have just one question what was your NOC code and CRS score it would be really really helpful..
  6. Did you complete your medical and PCC
  7. Hey did you had any master or CA degrees or Certificate. I remember have seen your previous post your NOC was 1311
  8. Yes I did after receiving the ITA
  9. Wat was ur crs score ?
    Ur noc nd experience?
  10. No. Express Entry is a must. Provinces will check your profile there. Should any province wishes to nominate you, they will send the NOI via Express Entry profile. ;)
  11. Yup
    Yup! You will list that/those down once you received the Alberta application for nomination form. Before you receive it, you must first satisfy Alberta and that is where the completeness of your documentation takes place. :)

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