Nova Scotia Province Canada
Nova Scotia is located on the east coast of Canada in the Atlantic Ocean. The province has unique programs from the Provincial Candidate Program (PNP) to attract and retain newcomers who are able to bridge the labor force gap and make significant contributions to local economies and communities.
The province manages several immigration programs:
- Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry
- Nova Scotia experience: Express Entry
- Nova Scotia Skilled Workforce
- Nova Scotia Doctors
- Nova Scotia Entrepreneur
- Nova Scotia International Graduate Entrepreneur
- Nova Scotia labor market priorities
- Jobs requested by Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry
Nova Scotia Experience Program: Express Entry targets highly skilled individuals who intend to live and work permanently in Nova Scotia. To be eligible, candidates must have at least one year of work experience in Nova Scotia in one of the highly skilled occupations. The program complies with the Federal Express Entry Immigration System and enables successful applicants to quickly process their immigration applications.
Nova Scotia Skilled Workforce
The Nova Scotia Skilled Workforce Program enables Nova Scotia employers to hire foreign workers and attract international students who have recently graduated and have the skills needed in Nova Scotia. If a skilled worker receives a job offer from a Nova Scotia employer, they may be able to submit an application through this program to facilitate their own immigration process.
Nova Scotia Doctors
The Nova Scotia Doctors Program enables the province to introduce people with a valid job offer from a Nova Scotia health organization. This program is designed to help the province’s public health organizations meet the important needs of their workforce.
Nova Scotia Entrepreneurs
The Nova Scotia Entrepreneur Program selects experienced business owners or senior executives who wish to invest in and manage Nova Scotia jobs as its target community. To be eligible, applicants must have significant net asset value and be willing to use their business management experience to start a new business or buy an existing one in Nova Scotia. Applicants may apply for permanent residency after one year in Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia International Graduate Entrepreneur
The Nova Scotia International Alumni Entrepreneurship Program targets recent graduates of Nova Scotia universities and colleges who have started or purchased a business in Nova Scotia and run it for at least one year. have given. If the applicant meets these requirements and intends to settle permanently in Nova Scotia, he or she can qualify for a provincial candidate through this program.
Nova Scotia labor market priorities
The Nova Scotia Labor Market Priorities Program targets Express Entry candidates who have worked in highly sought-after positions in the province. As of August 2018, the program only accepts requests from experienced early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214).
Jobs requested by Nova Scotia
The Nova Scotia Job Application Program targets workforce that has a job offer from an Nova Scotia employer that is in demand. Currently, the only eligible jobs in this program are NOC 3413 (Nursing Assistants, Assemblies, and Patient Care Partners) or NOC 7511 (Transport Truck Drivers).
Atlantic Migration Trial Program
Nova Scotia participates in the Atlantic Migration Pilot Program (AIPP). AIPP is an economic growth initiative created in collaboration with the federal government and the Atlantic provinces of Canada. AIPP simplifies the migration process for newcomers who have received a job offer from a specific employer in the Atlantic.