Interested in staying in Alberta? Learn about your immigration options.
Register to attend a webinar for temporary foreign workers in semi-skilled occupations (NOC C, D). Or sign up to watch a recorded webinar for temporary foreign workers in skilled occupations (NOC 0, A, B).
You can make Alberta your permanent home. There are a few different ways to immigrate to Alberta as a permanent resident.
Apply directly to Citizenship and Immigration Canada
You can apply directly to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) under their different categories for permanent immigration:
If you are just learning about your options for moving to Canada, you may wish to use CIC's Come to Canada Tool, which will help you understand your immigration options and how to apply.
Apply through the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program
If you have the skills needed by Alberta, the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) may be an option for you. There are a number of options with different eligibility criteria:
Applying for permanent residence in Alberta through the AINP is a two-step process:
- Step 1 - Apply to the AINP and be nominated.
- Step 2 - Apply to CIC as a Provincial Nominee. CIC makes the final decision on all permanent resident applications.
Date Updated: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 09:21:07