Alberta Provincial Nominee Program

The Alberta’s Provincial Nominee Program allows you to migrate to Canada if you meet any of the three streams mentioned below. You can make Alberta your home and gain Canada permanent residency. Sitting ideally on the western part of Canada, Alberta takes pride in being one among the three Prairie Provinces, where the other two are Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

With the Canadian Rocky Mountains and expansive prairies and desert badlands on the west and east respectively, Alberta offers enough nature with vast landscapes, pristine lakes and rivers, boreal forests, and more.  The province offers a great community with diverse people and cultures, making it a comfortable place for immigrants to live and work indefinitely. Alberta offers innumerable urban areas with cities such as Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Red Deer, Grande Prairie and so on.

Life in Alberta does not work alone as you can enjoy urban life or opt for a laid back life in a rural place. Nevertheless, you can experience a high quality of life, with high incomes at jobs, lower expenses and affordable housing. The expenses are lower in a way that you pay less tax, no premiums for healthcare and reasonable gas prices. The province also offers the world’s best education system.

Alberta attracts skilled and semi-skilled workers from places across the world to stay and work in the province through the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program initiated by the Government of Alberta, with the support of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) of Government of Canada.

Alberta Provincial Nominee Program

 

1. How Does Alberta Provincial Nominee Program Work?

The Government of Alberta through the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program nominates individuals, skilled or semi-skilled, to travel, along with their spouse and dependent children and stay and work in Alberta and later apply for the permanent residency to stay indefinitely in Alberta. However, the applicants must meet the eligibility criteria and they differ based on the stream they apply for.

Different Streams of Alberta Provincial Nominee Program

There are three streams of Alberta Provincial Nominee Program and they are:

  • Strategic Recruitment Stream
  • Employer-Driven Stream
  • Self-Employed Farmer Stream

2. Strategic Recruitment Stream

The Strategic Recruitment Stream under the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program does not need employer support; instead, you can apply to the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) directly. Nevertheless, this stream allows you to apply on any of the three categories like:

2.1 Compulsory and Optional Trades Category

Where you work in a compulsory or optional trade as trade people, supervisors and foremen in Alberta, you come under the Compulsory and Optional Trades Category. The Compulsory and Optional Trade is a trade where only people who are registered apprentice in the trade or possess a recognized trade certificate work in it.

Factors Determining the Eligibility Requirements under the Compulsory and Optional Trades Category

The essential requirements to qualify under this category are you must:

  • Be destined to stay and work in Alberta indefinitely.
  • Possess a valid Qualification Certificate recognized in Alberta in a compulsory and optional trade or a valid Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training (AIT) Recognized Trade Certificate in a compulsory and optional trade. It is important to note that your trade certificate will be verified closely by AINP (Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program). However, the absence of any of the certificate may result in the rejection of your application.
  • Be staying in Alberta while applying for the program and have a legally acceptable work permit from the IRCC to work in your certified trade.
  • Provide evidence that you are presently employed in your trade-in Alberta or you have worked earlier with an employer in Alberta for at least 6 months in the last two years.
  • Satisfy the language requirements if you are in NOC C level occupation like a Parts Technician. The minimum language score in all the four activities is given below. You can choose any of the three language tests to qualify. The test score received must be less than two years old at the time of the application.

Minimum Language Standards

Listening Reading Writing Speaking
IELTS test results for each ability
4.5 3.5 4 4
CELPIP test results for each ability (if test taken on or before March 31, 2014)
2H 2H 2H 2H
CELPIP test results for each ability (if test taken on or after April 1st 2014)
4 4 4 4
TEF test results for each ability
145 121 181 181

 

Who is Ineligible to Apply for The Alberta Provincial Nominee Program?

The following individuals are not eligible to apply under this category:

If you are not employed in a compulsory and optional trade in Alberta.

  • Refugee claimants or those who are engaged in a federal appeal or removal process.
  • Live-in Caregivers who are presently staying in Canada.
  • Foreign workers on a temporary work permit and working in any other province than Alberta.
  • Foreign students, including those doing their internships or co-op work placements as a part of the course.

Alberta Provincial Nominee Program

2.2 Engineering Occupations Category

To get qualified under this category of Alberta Provincial Nominee Program you need to meet the following essential requirements as you must:

  • Be presently staying in Alberta.
  • Have an intention to live and be able to live indefinitely in Alberta.
  • Furnish evidence of education/training related to engineering occupations and work experience as an engineer, drafter or designer
  • Be presently in employment or have been in employment for the past two years in Alberta as a direct worker or a contract worker for an employer in Alberta.
  • Be working in Alberta in an occupation on the AINP Strategic Recruitment Stream Engineering Occupation List.
  • Furnish a “Letter of No Objection” from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) if you are an engineer and working in a job under NOC 0211, 2131, 2132, 2133, 2134, 2141, 2143, 2144, or 2145 or show that you are foreign licensee registered with APEGA

You are not required to provide a “Letter of No Objection” in case you are in an occupation under NOC 2231, 2232, 2241 or 2253.

The eligibility criteria given above are the requisites for the Engineering Occupations category under the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program and if any of the above is not met or your application is not complete, your application will be rejected. Where you qualify as an engineer working in a job with a NOC code, which is not on the Engineering Occupations List, then you should submit your application in the Employer-Driven Stream under the Skilled Worker category.

Nevertheless, you may also note that satisfying the criteria may not guarantee an AINP (Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program) nomination or permanent residence.

Who is Ineligible to Apply under the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program?

The following individuals are not eligible to apply under the Engineering Occupations Category:

  • Refugee claimants or those who are engaged in a federal appeal or removal process.
  • Live-in Caregivers who are presently staying in Canada.
  • Foreign workers on a temporary work permit and working in any other province than Alberta.
  • Foreign students, including those doing their internships or co-op work placements as a part of the course.

2.3 Post-Graduate Worker Category

The essential requirements under this category are as an applicant you must:

  • Clearly show that you have an intention to live and be able to live indefinitely in Alberta.
  • Be a full-time worker with an employer in Alberta at the time of application. For the purpose, an Alberta employer is a company registered or incorporated by or under the act of the legislature of Alberta province or the Parliament of Canada and engaged in a business that has a place, plant or established production capability in Alberta.
  • Have received a degree, diploma or certificate or have undergone and completed a graduate-level program from any of the public and private post-secondary institutions approved by AINP.
  • Have studied at least two semesters of full-time study or equivalent in the program of study of minimum one-year duration.
  • Possess a valid Post-Graduation Work Permit from IRCC.
  • Be working in any of the occupations listed under the National Occupational Classification, with the following NOC skill levels:
  • NOC 0: Management occupations
  • NOC A: Occupations with the university education requirement
  • NOC B: Occupations with the college education requirement
  • NOC C: Occupations with secondary education or specific training requirement

In this case, you need to refer the list of ineligible occupations too for your application will be rejected if your occupations are not in the list.

  • Satisfy the language requirements if you are in NOC C level occupation. You must have minimum language efficiency in four activities like listening, speaking, reading and writing. You can choose any of the three language tests given on this page to qualify. The test score received must be less than two years old at the time of the application.

You may, however, note that satisfying the criteria may not guarantee an AINP (Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program) nomination or permanent residence in this category.

Who is Ineligible to Apply under the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program?

The following individuals are not eligible to apply under the Post-Graduate Worker Category:

  • Those who are in employment on the Post-Graduate Worker category, but work in a job listed in the ineligible occupations’ list.
  • Refugee claimants or those who are engaged in a federal appeal or removal process.
  • Live-in Caregivers who are presently staying in Canada.
  • Foreign workers on a temporary work permit and working in any other province than Alberta.
  • Foreign students, including those doing their internships or co-op work placements as a part of the course.

How to apply to the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program under the Strategic Recruitment Stream?

  • Have a look at the eligibility criteria of the three categories again before you fill in and send the application. The three categories already mentioned above are:
  • Compulsory and Optional Trades Category.
  • Engineering Occupations Category.
  • Post-Graduate Worker Category.
  • Have all the supporting documents attached to your completed application form.
  • Send your complete application and documents to the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP), with the category you are applying to. A complete application must have all the documents; otherwise, your application will be declined.
  • Apply to IRCC if AINP approves your application and sends you the nomination package.
  • Lodge your application with the supporting documents for the permanent residence to IRCC
  • IRCC will issue the permanent residence visa(s) after conducting the health, character and security checks and getting satisfied with the requirements.

 

Alberta Provincial Nominee Program

 

3. Employer-Driven Stream

The Employer-Driven Stream under the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program is for you:

  • If you are a permanent and full-time foreign worker who is required by the employers in Alberta to fill a position, which could not be filled with the Albertans/Canadians.
  • If you are a foreign worker who has a permanent and full-time job offer from an employer in Alberta and who has an intention to stay and work indefinitely in Alberta.

You can find whether you are eligible in any of the three categories of Employer-Driven Stream given below:

  • Skilled Worker Category
  • International Graduate Category
  • Semi-Skilled Worker Category

3.1 Skilled Worker Category

The Skilled Worker Category must satisfy both the Alberta Employer criteria and Candidate criteria.

Alberta Employer criteria

If you are an Alberta Employer, you must:

  • Be a company registered or incorporated by or under the act of the legislature of Alberta province or the Parliament of Canada and engaged in a business that has a place, plant or established production capability in Alberta.
  • Have given a job offer to a candidate to work in a permanent and full-time skilled occupation. As for the skilled occupation, the occupation must be listed in the National Occupational Classification under any of the NOC skills level mentioned below:
  • NOC 0: Management occupations with university degree like a bachelor’s or master’s degree or doctorate or occupations with a professional designation.
  • NOC 1: Occupations with university education requirement.
  • NOC B: Occupations with the college education requirement.
  • Have given an employment offer to a candidate who:
  • Satisfies the employment and wage standards of Alberta.
  • Is not in disagreement with current collective bargaining agreements. In this case, any ongoing labour dispute that may directly or indirectly involve the employer or candidate will be considered by the AINP and the application will be rejected.
  • Submit the copy of LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment), which is a document stating the need for hiring a foreign worker or provide the proof of the LMIA exemption. In case you furnish the LMIA, then you have to ensure that you meet all the conditions of the LMIA and in the case of LMIA being exempted, you must assure the government that you offer the pay and other benefits based on the industry standards. Nevertheless, it is important to refer to the relevant website showing the wage standards and benefits in Alberta.
  • Show that you have genuinely made an effort to hire a Canadian permanent resident for the position, which is needed and required to be filled. However, the Canadian resident you tried for the position should not be presently working in Alberta.
  • Satisfy the additional criteria if the candidate’s employment is in “Early Childhood Educators and Child Care Staff”.

Candidate Criteria

Where you are a candidate, you must:

  • Provide your intention and ability in the application to live in Alberta indefinitely.
  • Have sufficient qualification like previous education, training, and work experience for the position. If possible any Alberta licensing is also required to satisfy the AINP criteria.
  • Submit the copy of your valid work permit in case you are employed in Alberta,
  • Furnish evidence of your legal status in your resident country if you are not present in an occupation in Alberta (you are in overseas).
  • Satisfy the additional criteria if your employment is in “Early Childhood Educators and Child Care Staff”.

You may, however, note that satisfying the criteria may not guarantee an AINP (Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program) nomination or permanent residence in this category.

Get to Know Additional Criteria – Early Childhood Educators and Child Care Staff

The additional criteria of Early Childhood Educators and Childcare Staff apply to both Alberta Employer and Candidate.

  • As an Alberta employer, you must have been officially recognized by or have applied for official recognition with the Alberta Association for the Accreditation of Early Learning and Care Services and you must have received approval for financial support under the Alberta Child Care Accreditation Funding Program.
  • As a candidate of Early Childhood Educator, you must also:
  • Have a work permit under the NOC code 4214 and be staying in Alberta.
  • Have undergone and completed at least high school education.
  • Have received a certification as a Child Development Supervisor (Level 3) or Child Development Worker (Level 2)from Alberta Human Services – Child Care Staff Certification Office.
  • Have worked for at least 6 months in an accredited family day home agency or daycare program before applying to the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program.

Candidates who have completed a first-aid course will get preference.

Who is Ineligible to Apply?

The following individuals are not eligible to apply under the Skilled Worker Category:

  • Those who are employed under the Compulsory or Optional Trade category and working as foremen, supervisors and tradespeople.
  • Chefs, cooks and line cooks, elementary and secondary school teachers, clergy, dental bench worker and professional athletes.
  • Refugee claimants or those who are engaged in a federal appeal or removal process.
  • Live-in Caregivers who are presently staying in Canada.
  • Foreign workers on a temporary work permit and working in any other province than Alberta.
  • Foreign students, including those doing their internships or co-op work placements as a part of the course.

3.2 International Graduate Category

The International Graduate Category must satisfy both the Alberta Employer criteria and Candidate criteria.

Alberta Employer criteria

If you are an Alberta Employer, you must:

  • Be a company registered or incorporated by or under the act of the legislature of Alberta province or the Parliament of Canada and engaged in a business that has a place, plant or established production capability in Alberta.
  • Have given a job offer to a candidate to work in a permanent and full-time skilled occupation. As for the skilled occupation, the occupation must be listed in the National Occupational Classification under any of the NOC skills level mentioned below:
  • NOC 0: Management occupations with university degree like a bachelor’s or master’s degree or doctorate or occupations with a professional designation.
  • NOC 1: Occupations with university education requirement.
  • NOC B: Occupations with the college education requirement.
  • NOC C: Occupations with specific training and/or secondary education requirement. Under this, the candidates are required to meet certain language requirements by completing an assigned language test.
  • Have given an employment offer to a candidate who:
  • Satisfies  the employment and wage standards of Alberta
  • Is not in disagreement with current collective bargaining agreements. In this case, any ongoing labour dispute that may directly or indirectly involve the employer or candidate will be considered by the AINP and the application will be rejected.
  • Assure the government that you offer the pay and other benefits to the candidate based on the industry standards.

Candidate Criteria

Where you are a candidate, you must:

  • Provide your intention and ability in the application to live in Alberta indefinitely.
  • Have employment in Alberta and working full-time for an employer at the time of applying for the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program. The employer must be supporting your application.
  • be working in the same occupation mentioned on your full-time job offer.
  • be working in a job that is listed under any of the NOC skill levels given below:
  • NOC 0: Management occupations.
  • NOC 1: Occupations with university education requirement.
  • NOC B: Occupations with the college education requirement.
  • NOC C: Occupations with specific training and/or secondary education requirement. Under this, you are required to meet certain language requirements by completing an assigned language test.
  • Have acquired a degree, certificate, diploma, or have undergone a graduate-level program.
  • Any of the Alberta public and private post-secondary institutions approved by the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP).
  • A publicly-funded community college, university or technical/trade school situated in another province or territory in Canada.
  • The duration of the program of study must be minimum one year, which has two semesters of study or equivalent to it.
  • Possess a valid post-graduation work permit from IRCC.
  • Furnish the test scores that satisfy the minimum language standards. AINP approves the test scores of only the designated institutions and the scores should be less than two years old. As for the minimum language standards, check the table given below.
  • Minimum Language Standards
Listening Reading Writing Speaking
IELTS test results for each ability
4.5 3.5 4 4
CELPIP test results for each ability (if test taken on or before March 31, 2014)
2H 2H 2H 2H
CELPIP test results for each ability (if test taken on or after April 1st 2014)
4 4 4 4
TEF test results for each ability
145 121 181 181

Who is Ineligible to Apply?

The following individuals are not eligible to apply under the International Graduate Category in the Employer-Driven Stream of Alberta’s Provincial Nominee Program.

  • Those who fall under the International Graduate Category ineligible occupation list. They include applicants working in occupations listed in the Compulsory and Optional Trades Category of Strategic Recruitment Stream.
  • Refugee claimants or those who are engaged in a federal appeal or removal process.
  • Live-in Caregivers presently residing in Canada.
  • Foreign workers on a temporary work permit and working in any other province than Alberta.
  • Foreign students, including those doing their internships or co-op work placements as a part of the course, studying in Canada.

3.3 Semi-Skilled Worker Category

The Semi-Skilled Worker Category must satisfy both the Alberta Employer criteria and Candidate criteria.

Alberta Provincial Nominee Program

 

Alberta Employer criteria

If you are an Alberta Employer, you must:

  • Be a company registered or incorporated by or under the act of the legislature of Alberta province or the Parliament of Canada and engaged in a business that has a place, plant or established production capability in Alberta.
  • Be an employer operating in any of the given eligible industries under the Semi-Skilled Worker Category of Alberta’s Provincial Nominee Program.
  • Have made a job offer to a candidate and the job must be a permanent full-time job that:
  • Is listed in the semi-skilled category as an eligible occupation.
  • Satisfies the “employment and wage standards” in Alberta.
  • Is not against any ongoing ‘collective bargaining agreements’. In this case, AINP rejects the application if the employer or candidate is involved in any labour dispute either directly or indirectly.
  • Have confirmation from the LMIA, which approves that candidate on meeting all its conditions.
  • Present an eligible candidate to the AINP. The candidate must satisfy the AINP requirements as well as the job criteria.
  • Submit the essential information like your plan regarding the housing, settlement and retention for the candidate.
  • Comply with the additional requirements for the following eligible industries:
  • Hotel and lodging.
  • Food and beverage processing.
  • Food-service industry (pilot project).
  • Manufacturing.
  • Long-haul trucking industry.

Candidate Criteria

If you are a candidate, you must:

  • Be presently employed in the AINP Semi-Skilled Occupation in Alberta on a valid work permit.
  • Have completed at least a high school education.
  • Furnish the test scores that satisfy the minimum language standards. AINP approves the test scores of only the designated institutions and the scores should be less than two years old. As for the minimum language standards, check the table given below.
  • Minimum Language Standards
Listening Reading Writing Speaking
IELTS test results for each ability
4.5 3.5 4 4
CELPIP test results for each ability (if test taken on or before March 31, 2014)
2H 2H 2H 2H
CELPIP test results for each ability (if test taken on or after April 1st 2014)
4 4 4 4
TEF test results for each ability
145 121 181 181

 

 

Eligible Industries under Semi-Skilled Worker Category

  • Food and Beverage Processing
  • Hotel and Lodging
  • Manufacturing
  • Trucking
  • Food Services (Pilot project)

Who is Ineligible to Apply?

The following individuals are not eligible to apply for the Semi-Skilled Worker Category under the Employer-Driven Stream of Alberta’s Provincial Nominee Program.

  • Semi-skilled workers who are not in an eligible industry or employment identified by the Alberta’s Provincial Nominee Program.
  • Refugee claimants or those who are engaged in a federal appeal or removal process.
  • Live-in Caregivers presently residing in Canada.
  • Foreign workers on a temporary work permit and working in any other province than Alberta.
  • Foreign students, including those doing their internships or co-op work placements as a part of the course, studying in Canada.

How to apply to the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program under the Employer-Driven Stream?

Under the Employer-Driven Stream, you may lodge only one application that is active in the process. Multiple applications are not entertained and are subject to rejection. The process to apply for this stream is as given below:

  • Check whether you satisfy the requirements, whether in Alberta Employer or candidate category; if not, your application will be rejected.
  • Complete your application perfectly by following the instructions given on the document checklist in case you are an Alberta Employer or a Candidate.
  • Completed applications and supporting documents by the Alberta Employer or the Candidate, with category mentioned clearly on the envelope, must be mailed to the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP).
  • Your application will be assessed by the AINP.
  • If your application for the Candidate is approved, you will be informed by mail and sent the nomination package, where you need to read the documents thoroughly and learn how to apply for the permanent residency to IRCC. The Alberta Employer is sent a notification of the approval of the application.
  • As a provincial nominee, you need to fill in the application and send it with the supporting documents to the IRCC.
  • You and your dependents are required to satisfy all the health, character and security checks conducted by IRCC. If you and your dependents meet the checks, you are granted the Canadian permanent resident visa so that you can immigrate to Alberta.

Alberta Provincial Nominee Program

4.Self-Employed Farmer Stream

The applications under this stream of Alberta Provincial Nominee Program are assessed by AINP with the help of Alberta Agriculture and Forestry (AAF).

Self-Employed Farmer Stream Criteria

The essential requirements to qualify under this stream are you must:

  • Provide evidence to show your farm management skills by submitting:
  • Financial documentation of your existing farm business.
  • Certificate showing your education, training and work experience.
  • “Proposed business plan” for a farm in Alberta.
  • Proof of financial assistance that a financial institution in Canada is willing to provide for your proposed farm business.
  • Be financially equipped to establish and operate a farm for as long as possible and for that you must:
  • Be able to make an investment of at least CDN $500,000 of equity in the “primary production farming business” in Alberta
  • Submit documents supporting your claim of having a net worth of at least CDN $500,000 or a confirmation to access funds to the extent of the same amount from other sources.
  • Also, be in a position to show your capability to invest more money than the minimum amount of CDN $500,000.
  • Invest your money in a “primary production farming business” in Alberta and yours:
  • Investment intentions must be documented in your “proposed business plan”.

Where your applications under the Self-Employed Farmer Stream of the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program represent the growth opportunity relevant to the agri-food targets in Alberta, you will be given the first preference.

Who is Ineligible to Apply?

The following individuals are not eligible to apply under the Self-Employed Farmer Stream of Alberta Provincial Nominee Program.

  • Refugee claimants or those who are engaged in a federal appeal or removal process.
  • Live-in Caregivers presently residing in Canada.
  • Foreign workers on a temporary work permit and working in any other province than Alberta.
  • Foreign students, including those doing their internships or co-op work placements as a part of the course, studying in Canada.

How to apply to the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program under the Self-Employed Farmer Stream?

  • Find and download the Self-Employed Farmer Stream application forms and document checklist and fill in the form reading the instructions given in the document checklist carefully.
  • Send your application form with supporting evidence to Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.
  • Your application will be assessed by the Alberta Agriculture and Forestry and you are called for a personal interview with the Government of Alberta representatives and determined your eligibility under the AINP Self-Employed Farmer Stream.
  • Where your application meets the eligibility criteria, it will be sent for assessment to the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP).
  • If your application is approved, you will be informed by mail and sent the nomination package, where you need to read the documents carefully and learn how to apply for the permanent residency to IRCC.
  • You need to fill in the application and send it with the supporting documents to the IRCC.
  • If you and your dependents meet the health, character and security checks conducted by IRCC, you are granted the permanent resident visa to migrate to Alberta.

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