The Alberta PNP Calculator 2019 helps in evaluating the eligibility of a candidate who is interested in settling permanently in Alberta through the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP). Candidates have to score at least 67 points out of 100 on the points system and must ensure that their occupation is available in the Alberta In-Demand Occupation List. Check out the Alberta Immigration Points Calculator.

The Alberta PNP Points Calculator 2019

Factors Points
Education 25
Language Skills 28
Work Experience 15
Age 12
Arranged Employment 10
Adaptability 10

Factor 1: Education

Level of Education Points 
Doctoral level 25
Master`s level or professional degree 23
2 or more post-secondary credentials, one of which is a three-year or longer post-secondary credential 22
3 year or longer post-secondary credential 21
2 year post-secondary credential 19
1 year post-seondary credential 15
Secondary school 5

Factor 2: Language Skills

Proficiency Level Points 
First Official Language
Speaking/Listening/Reading/Writing Intermediate IELTS 6/6/6/6 4 pts/ability
Speaking/Listening/Reading/Writing High intermediate IELTS 6.5/7.5/6.5/6.5 5 pts/ability
Speaking/Listening/Reading/Writing Advanced IELTS 7/8/7/7 6 pts/ability
 Speaking/Listening/Reading/Writing  Spouse/partner’s official language (CLB4) IELTS 4/4.5/3.5/4 5 pts
 Maximum 24
Second Official Language
 Speaking/Listening/Reading/Writing  CLB/NCLC 5 in all abilities IELTS 5/5/4/5 4
Maximum  4
*Listening, reading, speaking, writing

Factor 3: Work Experience

Work Experience Points
1 year (Minimal threshold) 9
2 to 3 years 11
4 to 5 years 13
6 years or more 15

Factor 4: Age

Age of Applicant Points
18 to 35 12
36 11
37 10
38 9
39 8
40 7
41 6
42 5
43 4
44 3
45 2
46 1
47 and over 0

Factor 5: Arranged Employment

The Applicant And Points
Candidate is currently working in Canada on an LMIA-based work permit and his or her work in Canada is considered “skilled” (NOC 0, A, or B level).
  • The work permit is valid when a permanent residency application is made* and
  • The employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant.

*At the time the permanent resident visa is issued, the applicant is expected to hold a validated work permit.

10
Candidate is currently working in Canada on an LMIA-exempt work permit or a work permit issued under a provincial/territorial agreement.
  • The work permit is valid when a permanent residence application is made* and
  • The employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant.

*At the time the permanent resident visa is issued, the applicant is expected to still hold a valid work permit.

 10
Candidate does not hold a valid work permit and is not otherwise authorized to work in Canada.
  • A prospective employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant; and
  • The offer of employment has received a positive LMIA
 10
Candidates holds a valid work permit or is otherwise authorized to work in Canada, but does not fall under one of the two above scenarios.
  • The work permit or authorization is valid when a permanent residence application is made;
  • A prospective employer has made a permanent, full-time skilled job offer to the applicant; and
  • The offer of employment has received a positive LMIA
10

Factor 6: Adaptability

Adaptability Points 
PA previous work in Canada (minimum 1 year NOC O, A, B) 10
Previous study in Canada 5
Previous study in Canada – accompanying spouse/partner 5
Previous work in Canada – accompanying spouse/partner 5
Arranged employment in Canada 5
Relative in Canada – 18 years or older 5
Language ability CLB 4 or above – accompanying spouse/partner (IELTS 4/4.5/3.5/4) 5
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