About NSNP – Nova Scotia Nominee Program
This small Canadian province is located in the Maritimes region of the country. Nova Scotia the name literally translates to New Scotland in Latin. Nova Scotia is made up of Nova Scotia Peninsula, the Cape Breton Island, and 3000 smaller islands. This archipelago is laden with beautiful beaches and landscape filled with White Mountains. This province is known for its high standards of living, for its arts, culture, coastal beauty and delicious cuisine. Nova Scotia invites interested immigrants to fill in their job vacancies through their Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program (NSNP). Eligible candidates with enough skills and experience will receive a certificate from NSNP. The various categories under this program
Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry
This program runs in tandem with the Federal Government’s Express Entry Program. It needs the CSR score to be a minimum of 67 points based on the factors like age, language proficiency, work experience, education and adaptability. It requires that the profile being considered is already part of the Express Entry Pool. On the eve where, the applicant hasn’t yet received a job offer, they atleast need to have a Job Seeker code. The occupation in which the applicant is looking for should have a National Occupational Classification code and needs to be in the Current Demand list. The applicant must have a minimum of 1 year of work experience in the 10 years prior to the time of application. The applicant will have to have solid education qualification. The applicant should prove language proficiency Applicant needs to prove his/her financial stability of not needing to depend on the public funding.
Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry
Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities
Sometimes, depending on the current employment demand, Nova Scotia takes profiles on a first come first serve basis. Such profiles should already be part of the Express Entry pool. Such chosen profiles receive Notification of Interest (NOI) from Nova Scotia. It requires that the profile is in demand. Once the candidate receives the NOI, he/she will have to submit their applications within 30 days of receiving such a notice. Post this, they would receive a certificate of nomination from the NSNP based on which the applicant can proceed to apply for his/her Permanent Residency with the Canadian Government.