For Easily Acquiring Canada PR Use Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Programme!

Nova Scotia is not only the second smallest Canadian province but also the second most populated province of the country. It offers high standard of living to its people, and as compared to other Canadian provinces, here the cost of living is relatively low. Life in Nova Scotia is much easy and affordable even as people lovNova Scotia Provincial Nominee Programmee the lifestyle and enjoy living here.

Local communities are warm and welcoming, new entrants are treated with dignity and respect, and will help you feel that you belong to the province since ages. To help unemployed people, government-funded organizations assist them find a suitable job. Not just that, to make them technically sound, they can also enroll themselves in a government-funded professional course.

A large number of people–who wish to migrate to the ‘Land of Milk and Honey’, Canada—want to settle in Nova Scotia. The reason is that they feel safe here, and can lead a life in peaceful environment; the province offers many job opportunities and the freedom to live their dreams.

Check Your Eligibility

How to migrate to Nova Scotia?

Like many other Canadian provinces, Nova Scotia also has its own Provincial Nominee Programme (PNP), better known as Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Programme. It is an easy opportunity for eligible applicants to acquire the province’s Permanent Residency (PR). The objective of the specific programme is to recruit applicants with the ability to contribute towards the needs of the local labor market and meet the economic needs of the province.

Following are the various streams under which applicants may initiate their application:

  • the Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry,
  • the Nova Scotia Skilled Worker Immigration Stream,
  • the Nova Scotia Family Business Worker Immigration Stream,
  • the Nova Scotia Entrepreneur Stream, and
  • the Nova Scotia International Graduate Entrepreneur Stream.

Starting from January 1, 2016 the province has added two new categories, i.e., the NSNP Entrepreneur stream and the NSNP International Graduate Entrepreneur stream. Once they become fully operational, the province will nominate 40 to 50 applicants every year.

How the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Programme works?

The working of the programme consists of two prominent stages, the Nova Scotia Government recruits and selects applicants with the required experience, skills and education, who intend to become the permanent residents of the province.

Coming back to the stages, under the step one applicants are required to fill the application form, and if required, submit all the supporting documents and submit it to the concerned, authority for further processing. Under various streams the processing time varies which may be between six and seven months.

Now the step two: Apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Once you have received your nominee certificate within six months, you may apply to the immigration body for PR.

You along with your spouse/partner and immediate dependents must also meet the other requirements, such as you must be medically fit and otherwise should be admissible to the country. For a final decision on your application the IRCC may also call you for an interview.

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37 comments

  • Simrat Kaur

    Hi,
    My name is Simrat Kaur. I have completed my diploma from Ontario. Now I have applied for PGWP. I am wondering to move to Nova scotia. Would you please suggest me in that regard.

  • Shailja

    Hi
    Hi, I am looking for Pr options available . I have completed my associate degree and have 2 years of experience but my work permit is just left for one year. Do u have options available and I am willing to relocate

  • Arshdeep Kaur

    hey my name is Arshdeep Kaur. I have completed my studies from Ontario college. i am 19 years old an now is on open work-permit . i am looking for full time job and PR in nova scotia. Am i eligible for PR in nova scotia.?

  • Arsh Dhaliwal

    Hello
    I have done my study in office admin general and health & services from ontario college. Now i am on work permit. Can you help me like how i get a pnp in nova scotia?

  • Komal preet singh

    Hi my name is komal preet Singh and I am graduated from Ontario college and now is on work permit is looking for full time job opportunity and for PR am I eligible for the Nova Scotia PNP

  • Erenfried Siririka

    Hi I am Erenfried Siririka an international medical graduate from Namibia trained in Ukraine obtain my medical degree in General medicine and I did my IELTS test obtain 6.5 band. I am in Namibia and I want to join nova Scotia international medical graduate program soon is it possible?

  • Nidhi Kachhadiya

    Hi my name is Nidhi and I am graduated from Ontario college and now is on work permit is looking for full time job opportunity and for PR am I eligible for the Nova Scotia PNP

  • Ihetu Onyinyechi

    Hi My Many is Onyi. I’m a Nigerian. I’m 30 yrs. I have a BSc in Human Physiology. 5 years working experience. Am I eligible to apply for the Nova Scotia PNP?

    • Immigration Experts

      Hi Ihetu Onyinyechi,

      Thanks for your comment. Can you please send me your updated resume at web@abhinav.com for evaluation and assessment process, post that my immigration lawyer will get in touch with you for further guidance.

  • Rajesh

    I am postgraduate from India . MFA photography.

    • Immigration Experts

      Hi Rajesh,

      Thanks for your comment. Can you please send me your updated resume at web@abhinav.com for evaluation and assessment process, post that my immigration lawyer will get in touch with you for further guidance.

  • Priyanka muthreja

    Hello ! I am 26 years old bsc b.ed. from india and working as a maths and physics teacher in icse affialiated school . i have not yet appeared for ielts . is there any chance to get PR in NOVA SCOTIA after i do ielts with my spouse who is also msc b.ed in chemistry and working as a teacher of chemistry in cbse affialiated school.

    • Immigration Experts

      Hi Priyanka muthreja,

      Thanks for your comment. Can you please send me your updated resume at web@abhinav.com for evaluation and assessment process, post that my immigration lawyer will get in touch with you for further guidance.

  • Jashanpreet singh

    Hello my name is jashan
    I have done my liberal arts diploma from Selkirk college castlegar BC. I have applied for my pgwp (open work permit.). Can I get pr in Nova Scotia, as BC PNP scores getting higher day by day .

    • Immigration Experts

      Hi Jashanpreet singh,

      Thanks for your comment. Can you please send me your updated resume at web@abhinav.com for evaluation and assessment process, post that my immigration lawyer will get in touch with you for further guidance.

  • Manjinder

    Hi sir
    i wanna ask that if i have NOC C job in nova scotia then can i apply for pnp in niva scotia?

  • Sumal edison

    Hi sir,
    I finished two year diploma course in culinary and finished 1 year canadian work expérience from toronto. I need to move to nova scotia for my p r. My work permit ends by 2021 july. I am planning to move by 2020 jannuary. Will i able to get p r begor my work permit expires.
    Plz reply.
    Thank you.

    • Immigration Experts

      Hi Sumal edison,

      Thanks for your comment. Can you please send me your updated resume at web@abhinav.com for evaluation and assessment process, post that my immigration lawyer will get in touch with you for further guidance.

  • Srinivas Pogula

    I m 41 years of age and done Masters in special education and Master of social work(Med, MSW) from India moved to USA in 2015 working as a special education teacher in public school. Am I eligible for Nova Scotia.

    • Immigration Experts

      Hi Srinivas Pogula,

      Thanks for your comment. Can you please send me your updated resume at web@abhinav.com for evaluation and assessment process, post that my immigration lawyer will get in touch with you for further guidance.

  • Ajith Aravindan

    Sir,
    I would like to join Cape Breton University in NOVA SCOTIA for their petroleum course in september intake 2018. After completing the course, is it easy to get PR there?
    I’m a graduate from india

  • santhra

    hi,
    I am 36 yrs old my IELTS score is 6.5 with a writing score 5 and 6 nd 6.5 for rdng , lstng nd spkng.Is these scores are enough for Novascotia.please give me infrmtns regarding this.

    • Immigration Experts

      Hello,

      Thanks for your comment. Can you please send me your updated resume of self at mustaqali@abhinav.com for evaluation and assessment process, post that we will get in touch with you for further guidance.

  • Ekta Vij

    I m 42 years of age n done B.A and B: ed from India. And also done fashion designer Diploma course. Hv experience of 10 yrs running a boutique. Am I eligible for Nova Scotia

  • ishpreet kaur

    Dear sir / madam,
    I have done masters approved by ECA. my IELTS score is 7 bands. My CRS score is 374. I am already an active express entry candidate. Can u plz help me?

  • Vipul kumar

    I want to apply I m 50 years old
    Is it possible to get immigration

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