Nova Scotia invited migration possibility to apply for a provincial nomination for Permanent through its Labor Market Priorities stream on January 19. In this draw NSPNP did not open numbers of invitations were issued in this draw.
Who received the invitations should have a valid profile in federal express entry stream; the stream is the connected with the express entry. The NSNP can choose eligible candidates from the express entry pool who meet provincial Labor market need.
In this draw, applicants should have an essential occupation as a financial official- National Occupation Classification (NOC) code 1114. In past draws, the stream has focused on software engineers and media designers, car industry laborers just as medical attendants.
To get an invitation, candidates must have received a letter of interest from the NSNP through express entry. Invited candidates should have additionally met the base work experience necessity for the Express Entry stream they are equipped for, and should have enough cash to build up them in Nova Scotia, and pay the necessary charges.
To apply for provincial nomination, candidates are needed to provide reference letters from their employers and should have at any rate four years of work insight as a financial officer. Applicants should have bachelors or finished a program of in any event three years at an educational foundation.
They should likewise have a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of 9 or higher in English. This is altogether higher than the last draw, while having a CLB score of 5 was adequate. Those candidates who got an letter of invitation in present draw will have until February 18,2021 to present their application. Applicants are needed to include a copy of their language tests, proof of employment.
Candidates invited to apply for provincial nomination through the Labor market Priorities stream in the present draw should have a valid express entry profile.
Express Entry is the framework that the federal government uses to oversee permanent resident applications. It is used primarily for the three principle economic class immigration programs:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP);
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP);
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC).
Candidates in the Express Entry system are evaluated dependent on multiple factor their age, education, work experience and language ability. They are ranked to the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) invite the highest ranking candidates in the system through regularly held Express Entry draws.
The individuals who get a provincial nomination are awarded an extra 600 CRS points. This basically guarantees accepting invitation to Apply (ITA) in a subsequent Express entry draw.
Reference is taken from CIC News