On November 7, a fresh draw was held by the province’s Labor Market Priorities Stream, which is connected to Express Entry.
Individuals who could speak French and had a Canadian Level Benchmark (CLB) score of ten or better in all language skills were the focus of the Nova Scotia draw on November 7. They required a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of 7 or higher in English for all capabilities.
The Labor Market Priorities stream, which was introduced back in August 2018, was created to allow Nova Scotia the freedom to target particular professions and applicants through the Nova Scotia Nominee Program.
In the latest draws in Nova Scotia, applicants with a permanent job opportunity in hand, nurse practitioners or registered psychiatric nurses, financial auditors & accountants, carpenters, social & community service workers, motor vehicle body repairers, early childhood educators & assistants, automotive service technicians, truck & bus mechanics, programmers & interactive media developers, mechanical repairers, and other applicants were targeted.
Applying through the Nova Scotia Labor Market Priorities stream requires that you should:
If you’ve got a letter of interest, fill out the online application and upload all necessary documents.
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