Nova Scotia Draws 430 registered nurses from Federal Express Entry Pool

Posted by in CIC News, on October 30, 2019

Immigration Candidates Holding A Work Experience As A Registered Psychiatric Nurse Or A Registered Nurse Were The Focus Of A New Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities Draw Held In October 28.

Among All The 430 Individuals Invited Had A Profile In The Express Entry System, Which Manages The Pool Of The Candidates For Canada’s Three Federal High- Skilled Economic Immigration Programs- The Federal Skilled Worker Class, The Canadian Experience Class And The Federal Skilled Trades Class.

The Labour Market Priorities Stream Allows Nova Scotia To Search The Express Entry Pool For Candidates With The Work Experience In Occupations Facing Labour Shortages In The Province And Invite Them To Apply For A Provincial Nomination For Canadian Permanent Residence.

A Provincial Nomination Which Eventually Results In An Additional 600 Points Towards An Express Entry Candidate’s CRS Comprehensive Ranking System Score And Thereby, It Guarantees An Invite To Apply For Canadian Permanent Residence From The Government Of Canada.

 One Of The Spokesperson For The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) Said That There Was No CRS Score That Was Required For This Draw. Nova Scotia Conducted It’s Fifth Draw Through The Labour Market Priorities Stream In 2019

The Nursing Candidates Invited By The Nova Scotia In The October 28 Draw Must Meet The Rendered Criteria In Order To Be Considered As The Provincial Nomination:

  • Have Three Years Or More Of Work Experience As A Registered Nurse Or Registered Psychiatric Nurse Which Should Be Supported With The Letter Of Reference From Employers
  • Should Hold A Primary Occupation Of Registered Nurse/Psychiatric Nurse.
  • Should Have A Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Score Of 8 Or Higher In Either Of Canadian Languages That Is English Or French In All The Four Language Abilities
  • Hold A Bachelor’s Degree Or Have Completed A Program Of Three Years Or More At A University, College Trade Or Any Institution
  • Have An Express Entry Profile That Was Submitted On Or After November 1, 2018.

Thereby, Those Who Are Invited Further Have A 30-Day Time Period Of Their Invitation From The Nova Scotia Nominee Program To Submit A Complete Application. The Nova Scotia Nominee Program Allows Nova Scotia To Nominate A Set Number Of Immigration Candidates For Canadian Permanent Residence Each Year Through Nine Streams In The Province.

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