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Alberta AINP March 2019 NOI Notification of Interest

Always2019

Full Member
Jun 3, 2019
41
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Hi Everyone
I'm just joining the group today.
I crate EE pool on May 2019 with 395 Point Under Canadian Experience.NOC#7312
EOI on May 15th,2019.
Application form Received May 16th
Document sent on May 22nd
File Delivery to the Mail Room on May 27th.
Waiting for File Number........
I'm so curious how long is going to take bcuz my PGWP Expire in 2 months and my employer isnt in Support of LMIA.
Thanks
 
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Chiji11

Full Member
Aug 14, 2018
29
8
Hi Everyone
I'm just joining the group today.
I crate EE pool on May 2019 with 395 Point Under Canadian Experience.
EOI on May 15th,2019.
Application form Received May 16th
Document sent on May 22nd
File Delivery to the Mail Room on May 27th.
Waiting for File Number........
I'm so curious how long is going to take bcuz my PGWP Expire in 2 months and my employer isnt in Support of LMIA.
Thanks
I also received noi for May 15 noc 2281 sent documents on 23 May delivered by dhl 28 May hoping I get a file number soon can we create a group chat
 

ExpressEg

Newbie
Jun 4, 2019
7
0
Hi, I received my nomination on 26 April. This is my timeline; and I hope this helps.

NOC 3012
CRS 430

05 March: NOI received
10 March: NOI accepted
11 March: Document Checklist and AINP Form 012 received
22 March: Documents couriered
27 March: Documents delivered and received (checked via DHL tracker)
03 April: File Number received
25 April: Employer was contacted via email
26 April: Nomination received
Hi Pisces88,
Could you please share the "Alberta Express Entry Stream document checklist" that you received with the NOI? My lawyer said that I have a good chance to be selected by AINP and I want to start preparing the documents for the AINP application beforehand.
Thanks a lot!
 
 

jeet_100

Full Member
Sep 13, 2015
24
1
Hi everyone,

I am new on this forum. Here is my timeline:

NOC 1311 - CRS 431
Received NOI from Alberta: Mar 12, 2019
Accepted by email and received document checklist: Mar 12, 2019
Sent documents by courier: Mar 25, 2019
Received by them: Mar 29, 2019
Received acknowledgement and file number: April 4, 2019
Nomination: Anxiously waiting...
Did you get the nomination...and When?
 
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Rayan75

Star Member
Dec 25, 2017
66
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Selecting only Alberta does not guarantee that you will receive NOI from Alberta while other provinces cannot assess your file. You can select as many provinces as you want but keep that in mind, there are pros and cons. Selecting all provinces means all provinces can assess your file, but they also 'confuse' about your commitment to stay in their province. In my cases, I selected 4 provinces which I like the most but it is just my personal preference. You have to decide yourself.
That's absolutely not correct @Pacey
While I respect your input and opinion, IRCC system makes no distinguish and no preference between those who selected "ALL provinces" and those who ticked all of the provinces one-by-one. It's equal and makes no difference in selecting candidates. Because one may actually have interests in ALL provinces as long as he's entering Canada, while others have specefic provinces of interests, which then they limit their chances of being selected by others. Of course if you have strong ties to Province A (ie. your education is there, job placement), then your chances are higher (anyways and obviously!) and Province B may not consider you, but that's ONLY if you have strong ties to a specefic province. However, in normal cases, ticking "ALL" is the safest option.

In summary, your chances of getting nominated by Province A is EQUAL with your chance to be nominated by Province B given that you fulfill both of their minimum selection requirements. There are no Pros or Cons that are relevant to the PNP application.
 

Pacey

Member
May 2, 2019
10
6
That's absolutely not correct @Pacey
While I respect your input and opinion, IRCC system makes no distinguish and no preference between those who selected "ALL provinces" and those who ticked all of the provinces one-by-one. It's equal and makes no difference in selecting candidates. Because one may actually have interests in ALL provinces as long as he's entering Canada, while others have specefic provinces of interests, which then they limit their chances of being selected by others. Of course if you have strong ties to Province A (ie. your education is there, job placement), then your chances are higher (anyways and obviously!) and Province B may not consider you, but that's ONLY if you have strong ties to a specefic province. However, in normal cases, ticking "ALL" is the safest option.

In summary, your chances of getting nominated by Province A is EQUAL with your chance to be nominated by Province B given that you fulfill both of their minimum selection requirements. There are no Pros or Cons that are relevant to the PNP application.
I respect your opinion, but I disagree with your view that selecting All provinces is the safest option. Although CIC makes no difference, PNP is selected by each province. I believe when a NOI sent, it was carefully reviewed by the immigration officers of each province. Between 2 candidates who have the same profile, background, same NOC...I would choose a candidate who chooses fewer provinces as I believe this candidate has studied these particular provinces more than the other candidate who chose ALL provinces. As such, if I just have 1 ticket to send, I would send to the person has more interests and commitment to settle down in my province. Having said that, I wouldn't like to extend this argument as I think this is personal opinion, no point to debate here.
 
 

Pacey

Member
May 2, 2019
10
6
Got nomination today:):):)

Noi received: 12 March
File Number received: 19 April
Resent AINP form and got acknowledgement: 3 May
Hello, just a few questions

Did you or your employer get an interview?

Did you apply inland or outside Canada?

Thanks,