Everything you need to know about the Nova Scotia Immigration Nominee Program
For every Aspiring candidate, Canada can seem like a dream destination. With its unlimited hospitality, healthy work environments, vibrant culture and excellent living conditions the country might seem to be the perfect destination for people who would like to settle abroad.
Unfortunately, Canada receives thousands of immigration applications daily out of which a select few are invited to apply for Permanent Residence. With such a situation, candidates must look for alternative ways to enter into the country. The Nova Scotia Immigration Nominee Program is one such program where candidates can directly apply to the Nova Scotia office of immigration.
Nova Scotia is one of the most beautiful and vibrant provinces of Canada. Consisting of several groups of islands Nova Scotia serves as a coastal retreat for many. Its Capital Halifax is known for its high standard of living.
The Nova Scotia Nominee program [NSNP] is very similar to the Canadian Express entry system. But with an added advantage that candidates can directly apply to the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration. The office may also select candidates from the express entry pool.
There are two main categories under the Nova Scotia Nominee program
• Arranged Employment in Nova Scotia– in which candidates should have an existing job offer from a Nova Scotian company. It should also be supported by the Labour Market Impact Assessment and should have a NOC skill level of 0, A, or B
• Through Work Experience in Opportunity occupation– Candidates must have one full year of paid work exercise in any of the opportunity occupations listed by the office of immigration. This includes some designations like Computer Engineers, Human Resources Professionals, Database Analysts and Data Administrators and much more.
Similar to the Canadian express entry system, candidates must meet the eligibility criteria’s so that they would have any chances of election. This would include having educational documents like diplomas approved by an assessment body, A CLB score of 7 and have one year paid work experience in the work that you are trying to apply for.
The Nova Scotia Immigration Nominee Program also uses a points-based system and candidates should achieve at least 67 points out of 100 to get any chance of getting selected.
Points are calculated based on the following factors
• Language tests scores
• Work Experience
• Arranged Employment in Nova Scotia
Applying candidates can get extra points if their spouses accompany them.
Application processing times for NSNP is said to between 3 and six months; selected candidates must apply for PR within six months of them receiving the invitation to apply.
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