Canada NS – Nova Scotia will be offering ITAs for PR via Provincial Nomination from August 8. The Atlantic province will target candidates in the Express Entry who cater to its needs. This will be through the Labour Market Priorities Stream, as quoted by the CIC News.
The invitations for PR via Provincial Nomination will be for candidates in Express Entry with specific work experience. This is as Early Childhood Assistants and Educators. The invites will commence from 8 August 2018.
The announcement in this regard was made by Canada NS yesterday. It said that qualifying Express Entry applicants must have minimum 2 years experience. This must be in NOC – National Occupational Classification 4214. These may be offered ITAs for PR via Provincial Nomination on 8 August.
The first draw held on 8 August will target Early Childhood Assistants and Educators. However, it is possible that other occupations are targeted by the draws held in the future.
The Nova Scotia province said in a press release that the latest Labour Market Priorities Stream is flexible. It is also an innovative approach to address the demands of the market. This is by proactively seeking skilled workers in distinct sectors with recognized needs, added the press release.
Candidates in Express Entry who are successful in the PN nomination from Canada NS will obtain extra 600 CRS points. This will ensure a Canada PR ITA in the subsequently held Express Entry draws.
The Labour Market Priorities stream of Nova Scotia has specific minimum criteria outlined for being considered for a nomination. These are outlined in the 5 areas of its application rules and must be fulfilled by the candidates:
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