Immigration to Canada under the Nova Scotia program Demand: Express Entry.

Immigration to Canada under the Nova Scotia program Demand: Express Entry.

Immigration to Canada under the Nova Scotia program Demand: Express Entry.
Highly qualified professionals whose occupations are requested in Nova Scotia can immigrate to Canada through the provincial program through the Express Entry system.
The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry program allows you to obtain permanent resident status in Canada for highly qualified professionals who want to live and work in the province of Nova Scotia.
Profession candidates should be requested in the province. Thus, the Immigration Office of Nova Scotia reserves the right to consider only certain types of professions for nominating candidates for immigration depending on the current needs of the labor market. Applications are accepted only online.
Under this program, the province nominates candidates in two categories:
Category A (for applicants with a job offer) is open permanently.
Category B (for candidates with experience in the specialty) – opens and closes within a year.
Requirements:
To apply for a Category A candidate must:
& mdash; To score 67 points or more for six factors of selection (age, education, etc.);
& mdash; Have an offer to work permanently on a highly qualified specialty from an employer of Nova Scotia;
& mdash; Have 1 year of qualified work experience related to the proposal;
& mdash; Finish the minimum schooling equivalent to Canadian;
& mdash; The minimum level is 7 in the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) in English or French (IELTS 6.0);
& mdash; Show enough financial resources to successfully settle in Nova Scotia.
To apply for Category B, a candidate must:
& mdash; To score 67 points or more for six factors of selection (age, education, etc.);
& mdash; Have 1 year of skilled work experience in one of the province’s targeted professions;
& mdash; Finish the minimum schooling equivalent to Canadian;
& mdash; The minimum level is 7 in the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) in English or French (IELTS 6.0);
& mdash; Show enough financial resources to successfully settle in Nova Scotia.
You can emigrate to Canada in a variety of ways, for example:
& mdash; Use the program for skilled workers. To do this, you must meet several requirements: it is good to know English or French, to have higher education, work experience in your specialty, etc.
& mdash; Move through the provincial program, for example, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba or Quebec.
& mdash; Enroll in a Canadian college or language course. You will master a new profession, get local experience and this will help in the future to obtain a Canadian passport.
& mdash; If you do not know how to file documents and want to be sure of the result, contact immigration lawyers. They will help you to immigrate to Canada quickly and in the most beneficial way for you.
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