On 3rd June 2019, NSNP- Labour Market Priorities Stream draw was announced. This Nova Scotia draw issued total 312 Letters of Interest (LOI) for Express Entry candidates targeting the NOC 4214 occupation, specifically. Via Labour Market Priorities Stream, Nova Scotia enjoys leverage to look out for eligible candidates under the federal Express Entry pool in an occupation which faces a lack of labour market workforce in the province.
In the year 2018, the province welcomed a large number of permanent residents from different countries and most of those have been invited via NSNP (Nova Scotia Nominee Program).
And this NSNP draw announced on 3rd June is the second in 2019 under the Labour Market Priorities Stream, with detailed selection criteria:
The selected candidates this time around, submitted their complete express entry profile on or before 8th August 2019.
Progress since 2018
Since its inception in August 2018, the Labour Market Priorities Stream has been used for a total 4 times. Out of which, 2 rounds of invitations were issued for early childhood educators, and the rest were issued for financial auditors and accountants and for candidates under Express Entry pool with French as their first language.
Under NSNP, Nova Scotia nominates candidates for permanent residence visa of Canada via eight streams, which are specially designed to meet the economic and development needs of the province.
Out of eight streams, three are linked to the Express Entry pool, which is again linked to Canada’s main economic-class immigration stream:
The foremost step of obtaining provincial nomination via Labour Market Priorities Stream of Nova Scotia is to create your Express Entry profile and enter it into the pool. If a candidate under Express Entry pool gets approval for NSNP, then he/she is eligible for an additional 600 points in overall CRS scorecard and can fast-track their ITA for Canada PR Visa.
Important: Nova Scotia PNP In Demand Occupation List
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