The province of Nova Scotia selects the candidates whose profile falls under the federal express entry system and can meet the provincial labor market requirements to apply for nomination. Recently, Nova Scotia held its invitation round results on 6th December 2019 for Social and Community Service Workers with NOC code (4212).
The Candidates who had to have a CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) score of at least 7 or above in the French or English language test approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, are invited to apply for Nova Scotia PNP.
The eligible candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree or completed a program of 3 or more years at a University, trade, college, technical school or other institute. Those who have submitted their EOI (Expression of Interest) on or after 6th December 2018, they will be considered for this round of invitations. Along with these, candidates are required to provide a letter of reference from employers, as it is mentioned in the application guide. They need to show that they have acquired a two or more years of work experience as a social worker or community service worker in the last five years preceding the application.
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score mentions the candidate’s rank in the express entry pool that is calculated based on your age, education, skilled work experience, and proficiency in English or French, among others. The successful candidates further receive an additional 600 immigration points towards the overall CRS score if they are being nominated from Nova Scotia PNP.
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