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Giovanni Crescenzi

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Nova Scotia Nominee Program

Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s maritime provinces, surrounded by the beautiful Atlantic ocean. In the past few years, Nova Scotia’s economy has become more diverse, allowing for greater opportunities for individuals who decide to settle in Nova Scotia.

If you are interested in moving to this diverse coastal province, there are several options available to you depending on your circumstances. One such option is the Regional Labour Market Demand Stream of Nova Scotia’s Nominee Program. The Regional Labour Market Demand Stream is unique, as you do not require a job. However, to apply under the Regional Labour Market Demand Stream you must show that you intend to pursue an occupation that is in demand in Nova Scotia.

If coming to Canada is of interest to you, the Regional Labour Market Demand Stream may be an option for you.

Are You Eligible?

In order to for you to be eligible for the Regional Labour Market Demand Stream, you must meet all the Nominee Program’s criteria.

Before applying, it is important to ensure that you determine whether you are eligible to apply. This is the first step in seeing whether this Regional Labour Market Demand Stream is for you.

The Criteria

If you are thinking of applying to Nova Scotia under the Regional Labour Market Demand Stream, see if you meet the following requirements:

  • You are between the ages of 21 and 55
  • You have achieved a minimum language standard on the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB)
  • Your intended occupation is a National Occupational Classification (NOC) level 0, A, or B and there is demonstrated demand for this occupation in the regional labour market in the community in which you intend to live
  • You legally reside in your current country of residence
  • You have the required amount of funds
  • You have completed the equivalent of a Canadian high school education from a recognized educational institution AND you have completed secondary education from a recognized educational institution or training program
  • You have at least two (2) years of work experience within the last five (5) years, in a field of work related to your intended occupation in Nova Scotia
  • You can demonstrate that you will become established and that you intend to live in the province permanently
  • You have completed an Employment and Settlement Plan
  • If required, you will be able to attend an in-person interview in Nova Scotia
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