6 Categories of the Provincial Nominee Program for Nova Scotia
There are six different categories for the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program. The Provincial Nominee Programs are found in eleven different provinces and territories in Canada, but they are all different with varying types of streams you may qualify for. These programs can be highly sought-after because they can lead to permanent residency status in Canada.
But which of these six different streams is right for you?
Different categories for the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program
1. Skilled Worker: Someone could qualify for this stream of the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program if they have a full-time job offer from a Nova Scotia employer, speak basic English and have a minimum Grade 12 education level.
2. Family Business Worker: If you have a close relative who has a business in Nova Scotia, you could qualify to work for them in Nova Scotia under the Family Business Worker stream.
3. Community-Identified: If you have a strong connection to a community in Nova Scotia and are employable, you could consider this stream of the Provincial Nominee Program.
4. International Graduate: If you have graduated from a Canadian university or college and have a job offer in Nova Scotia while meeting several other requirements, you could qualify for this stream.
5. Non-Dependent Children of Nominees: If one of your parents has immigrated to Nova Scotia through the Provincial Nominee Program you could qualify for this if you have a year of work experience in your field of study.
6. Agri-Food Sector Stream: If you are experienced in farming or farm management and you can submit a detailed agri-business plan, you could qualify.
Is the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program for you?
Are you someone who wishes to immigrate to Nova Scotia using the Provincial Nominee Program? We can help you with your application, and we can also help you determine if you are eligible for a certain stream. Contact us today for a consultation!
About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more
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