It’s highly unlikely to happen. At least not any time soon.
As far as we can tell, the absolute fastest a wave can travel is the speed of light. And everything, radio, electricity, etc, all of the signs that indicate intelligent life are limited by those speeds.
Now up until a couple hundred years ago the human race as a whole wasn’t putting out much in the way of anything more powerful that firelight. And it’s only in the past hundred years or so that we have been putting out substantial enough signals that MIGHT stand out against the background radiation.
Which means that unless an alien species is advanced enough to detect campfires across lightyears of distance, then they would need to be no further away from us than ~100 light years. To even detect our presence.
Unless they are capable of FTL travel they old need to be closer than ~50 light years distance (assuming they can reach near light speeds) in order for them to reach us around now.
No amount of super advanced tech is going to allow an alien race to detect our signals any faster than those signals can travel. And we are fairly certain that there aren’t any hyper advanced alien species within our general vicinity. (Or we would be picking up a lot more noise from them)