As far as I understand, you just wait, nothing more you can do. Medium demand means less chance than High Demand NOCs, but not totally impossible. Stay positive and meanwhile explore other options too.Hi all,
I submitted an Express Entry profile since September 2018. That expired, so I resubmitted a new profile. My CRS is 444.
Now, I studied since September 2010 and graduated in Edmonton, Alberta with an one year certificate and another two years diploma. Then I applied and got the post graduate work permit (PGWP). With that, I worked for 2 years and 8 months of part time job (NOC 2282 User support technician), also, in Edmonton.
Unfortunately, I did not submit Canadian Experience Class application in time, they returned my application. Shortly after, it was a new year and Express Entry was introduced. I left Canada on June 2016.
So now that I am back to my native country, Malaysia. I have been working as User support technician(NOC 2282) for more than 3 years now.
And as per https://alis.alberta.ca/occinfo/occupations-in-alberta/occupations-in-demand/ , my NOC code is consider as medium demand.
As per https://www.alberta.ca/ainp-selection-criteria.aspx#toc-2 Alberta Express Entry Stream section, I met quite a few criteria as I mentioned in below. Now I knew having to met all these criteria does not guarantee me an NOI, but still.
My question is, am I doing something wrong here, or there is really nothing else I can do but finger cross and hope that I will get a NOI? Thanks for taking your time reading this through.
You may receive a Notification of Interest letter if you:
If you have one or more of the following adaptability factors, this may increase your likelihood of receiving a Notification of Interest letter:
- Have an active Express Entry profile in the federal Express Entry pool
- Have stated an interest in immigrating permanently to Alberta
- Are working in an occupation that supports Alberta’s economic development and diversification, and
- Have a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 300.
If you meet one or more of the following factors, this may decrease your likelihood of receiving a Notification of Interest letter:
- Alberta job offer and/or work experience
- A graduate of a Canadian post-secondary institution
- A relative that is living in Alberta: parent, child, brother and/or sister (In this case, my relative are my aunt and uncle)
- Your Express Entry profile expires in 3 months or less
- You are working in an occupation:
- on the list of High-wage and low-wage occupations in the province of Alberta set out on the online Government of Canada Refusal to Process a Labour Market Impact Assessment list
- on the Alberta Opportunity Stream Ineligible Occupations list, located on this page under the Alberta Opportunity Stream section
- that has a high volume of submissions across all AINP streams