Canadian Province Nova Scotia Express Entry Stream to Reopen In the Coming Weeks!
A popular immigration stream in the province of Nova Scotia is scheduled to reopen ‘in the coming weeks,’ bringing a fresh opportunity to immigrate to Canada for Express Entry candidates in one of below 16 targeted occupations.
- Financial Auditors and Accountants – 1111
- Other financial officers – 1114
- Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations – 1123
- Administrative assistants – 1241
- Accounting and related clerks – 1311
- Civil engineers – 2131
- Information systems analysts and consultants – 2171
- Computer programmers and interactive media development – 2174
- Computer network technicians – 2281
- User support technicians – 2282
- Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses – 3012
- Licensed practical nurses – 3233
- College and other vocational instructors – 4021
- Paralegal and related occupations – 4211
- Social and community service workers – 4212
- Financial sales representatives – 6235
Through the Nova Scotia Nominee Program, the province will welcome applications for a provincial nomination certificate through its Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry stream.
As this is an Express Entry-aligned stream, candidates with a provincial nomination are awarded 600 additional Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points and placed at the front of the line for selection in a subsequent draw from the pool.
Up to 250 applications will be accepted online for Category B of the stream, for which candidates must have at least one year of work experience in a target occupation. It offers candidates in the Express Entry pool a way to apply for a provincial nomination certificate on a first-come, first-served basis, and because Nova Scotia is an increasingly popular immigration destination, it is likely that the upcoming intake will prove popular.
Express Entry candidates who wish to apply to Category B of Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry must:
- Have at least one year of full-time (or equivalent part-time) skilled work experience in the last ten years in one of the 16 ‘opportunity’ occupations considered by Nova Scotia;
- Have their foreign education credentials assessed, authenticated, and given an equivalent value in Canada by one of the four designated credential assessment agencies;
- Demonstrate, by way of a standardized language test acceptable to the governments of Canada and Nova Scotia, at least an adequate intermediate language proficiency in English or French (Canadian Language Benchmark: 7);
- Obtain at least 67 points on the Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry points grid. Points are awarded based on language proficiency, age, work experience, education, and adaptability; and
- Have a profile in the Express Entry pool.
First step is to get in the pool.
All applicants to the Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry stream must have a profile in the federal Express Entry pool before applying to the stream.
To find out if you are eligible to enter the Express Entry pool, the first step to immigrating to Canada through Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry, please call us for a free assessment +91-8106164060 in-between 10 am and 7 pm India Standard time or email your Resume with your Date of birth, Education & Experience at firstname.lastname@example.org
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