Nova Scotia is a group of mainland and over 3,800 coastal islands located in the southeast of Canada. The economy is traditionally run by fishing, forestry, manufacturing and mining industries. Service sector, consisting of finance, banking and insurance is the latest addition to the province’s economic landscape. The average income for Nova Scotia residents counts among the highest in the Canada that makes the cost of living highly affordable.
Overview of Nova Scotia Express Entry Program
The Nova Scotia Express Entry Program allows prospective immigrants with right skills and experience to apply for the Nova Scotia Provincial Nomination Program for immigration process. Applicants can apply under any of the two schemes: Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry or The Opportunity Occupation stream and Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry Stream. Qualifying any of these streams allow applicant to automatically apply under the Express Entry system.
What are the requirements of Nova Scotia Express Entry Program?
For Nova Scotia demand occupation list 2019
|1.||Financial auditors and accountants||1111||A|
|2.||Other financial officers||1114||A|
|3.||Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations||1123||A|
|5.||Accounting technicians and bookkeepers||1311||B|
|7.||Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses||3012||A|
|8.||Licensed practical nurses||3233||B|
|9.||College and other vocational instructors||4021||A|
|10.||Paralegal and related occupations||4211||B|
|11.||Social and community service workers||4212||B|
Since the Nova Scotia Express Entry Program requires an active stay in the province, we strongly urge applicants to investigate possible job opportunities beforehand. It is a modern, cosmopolitan region with a wide range of employment opportunities. If you are looking for anything specific which you are unable to find, please feel free to contact us today.