Nova Scotia recently held a draw on December 6, 2019, under Social and Community Service Workers with NOC code (4212) and issued invitations to candidates. Nova Scotia province nominates the candidates for a provincial nomination who meet the need and requirement of the province and whose profile fits in the Federal Express Entry System. The candidates with CLB 7 or above in the French or English language test receive approval from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and are invited by the province to apply for Nova Scotia PNP.Related Link : Process of Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program (Nova Scotia PNP) Requirements of Nova Scotia PNP:
a) The candidates must have a bachelor’s degree or completed a course of at least three years or above at a University, trade, college, technical school or other institutes. b) Candidates who got their expression of interest (EOI) submitted on or after December 6, 2018, will be considered in this round of invitations. In addition to that, candidates have to provide a letter of reference from employers. c) Candidates need to show that they have at least two or more years of work experience as a social worker or community service worker in the last five years herald the application.Related Link : Go through the Nova Scotia In-Demand Occupation List
The Comprehensive Ranking System calculates the score of the candidates based on age, education, work experience, and English/French proficiency, etc. Selected candidates get an additional 600 points towards their overall CRS score if they get a provincial nomination from Nova Scotia PNP.For availing more information about Nova Scotia PNP and its eligibility criteria, contact us at +91-7042184185 or send your queries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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