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Alberta Immigration Program Updates Inventory, Invites Healthcare Professionals

Austin Campbell



Alberta Immigration Program Updates Inventory, Invites Healthcare Professionals

The Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP) has released its latest inventory update, showcasing the province’s ongoing commitment to attracting skilled immigrants across various sectors. On June 25, 2024, Alberta provided a comprehensive overview of its immigration landscape, revealing significant interest in its diverse immigration streams.

According to the update, the AAIP inventory stands at impressive numbers across its key streams:

These figures underscore Alberta’s appeal as a destination for skilled workers and its strategic approach to addressing labor shortages across various sectors and regions.

In a noteworthy development, the AAIP has shown a particular focus on bolstering its healthcare workforce. The program conducted two recent draws under its Dedicated Healthcare Pathway, inviting a total of 172 candidates. On May 28, 2024, 99 healthcare professionals received invitations, followed by another 73 on June 18, 2024.

“Our healthcare system is the backbone of our communities,” stated Alberta’s Minister of Immigration. “By prioritizing healthcare professionals through our immigration program, we’re ensuring Albertans have access to the quality care they deserve.”

The emphasis on healthcare professionals aligns with Alberta’s commitment to strengthening its healthcare system, particularly in rural and underserved areas. This targeted approach not only addresses immediate staffing needs but also contributes to the long-term sustainability of healthcare services across the province.

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Additionally, the AAIP has been actively leveraging the Express Entry system to attract skilled workers. So far in 2024, Alberta has extended invitations to 671 candidates through its Express Entry streams, demonstrating the province’s proactive approach to immigration and its integration with federal programs.

As Alberta continues to refine its immigration strategies, these latest figures and targeted draws reflect the province’s commitment to building a diverse, skilled workforce capable of driving economic growth and enhancing quality of life for all Albertans.

For prospective immigrants, particularly those in the healthcare sector, Alberta’s focused approach presents attractive opportunities to build rewarding careers while contributing to the province’s vibrant communities.

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