The Alberta province in Canada has modified immigration rules for minimum income and language. This is for the Alberta Opportunity Stream. These 2 changes have been announced recently.
The minimum income requirement has now been removed. It will be applicable to all applications that have been lodged on or after 14 June 2018. The Alberta Opportunity Stream had started accepting applications from this date.
The second change to immigration rules announced by Alberta pertains to least language requirements. The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program has adjusted this for the applicants. It includes those employed at skill level D or C under the NOC – National Occupational Classification of Canada. It is also applicable to those employed in a job with NOC level rating B, A, or 0.
AINP said that the minimum language requirement will continue at a CLB Canadian Language Benchmark score of 4. This is for those employed in NOC D or C jobs. It will not increase to CLB 5 for them, as quoted by the CIC News.
The least language requirement will continue at CLB 4 till January 2020 said the AINP. This is for candidates employed in jobs rated at NOC B, A or 0. At this point, it will enhance to CLB 5.
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