The province of Nova Scotia introduced a new way to attract skilled and qualified workers into the province that will ultimately increase Canada Immigration chances through Provincial Nominee Programs. The Nova Scotia Province now opens the registration form that will allow potential applicants to register interest in international events.
Through providing information in this information form, the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration will be able to add the applicants in their database who are interested in immigration to Nova Scotia. This is an expression of Interest and not a confirmation of attendance to an event.
By attending the particular event, Nova Scotia does not guarantee a provincial nomination but will prosper your Canada Immigration chances.
The information provided in this form will not be used as part of an immigration application, and will only be considered to invite selected candidates to attend international events and meet the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration team in person, invite candidates to general information sessions and webinars related to the Nova Scotia Immigration streams.
The selected applicant information will be automatically sent to the reference pool from which user profiles may be screened and matched with potential employers who wish to hire international candidates in Nova Scotia. This means that attending an event related to NSNP may lead to a job offer from the potential employer.
The Nova Scotia province enables an applicant from following Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Stream to register for the international events:
Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program allows an applicant to come and settle in the province on a permanent basis. If you are seeking permanent residency of Canada and for better results consider attending an event conducted by Nova Scotia that might increase your Canada Permanent Residency chances. To know more in this regard, contact our visa and immigration experts by filling the Canada Immigration Assessment form. One of the experts will soon contact you to discuss the Canada PR query.