Nova Scotia holds latest PNP immigration draw on Oct 22

Nova Scotia PNP

On October 22, 2020, Nova Scotia issued ITAs to an undisclosed number of Express Entry candidates to apply for a provincial nomination.

The NSNP released the eligibility criteria for Express Entry candidates. The candidates invited in this draw have obtained the chance to get a provincial nomination via the Nova Scotia Labor Market Priorities stream. These candidates required to have a primary occupation as interactive media developers and computer programmers.

They also need to provide letters of reference issued by their employers. This is to prove that they have 3 or more years of full-time or equivalent experience in part-time jobs. This experience must have been gained within the 5 years preceding the date of application.

They must also have a minimum of a year’s experience doing work in Canada. The occupation included will have a NOC skill level of B, A, or O.

A CLB score of 7 in all language abilities is required for the eligible candidates. Also, candidates must have a bachelor’s degree or must have completed a post-secondary program of a minimum duration of 3 years.

When candidates apply, they must include copies of their:

  • Proof of education
  • Language test result

The last date to apply for the provincial nomination is 11:59 pm on November 21, 2020.

Nova Scotia’s Labor Market Priorities stream issues ITAs to Canada immigration candidates who are skilled enough to meet the needs of the province’s labor market. In the last PNP draw from Nova Scotia ITAs were issued to Express Entry candidate possessing experience in the automotive industry.

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NSNP – Nova Scotia Nominee Program

NOC – National Occupational Classification

PNP – Provincial Nominee Program

ITA – Invitation to Apply

CLB – Canadian Language Benchmark     

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