News from the Province of Nova Scotia on immigration: “The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration is processing applications to reach the 150 nominations. Applications are being dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis.

Once the 150 nominees are identified, any applications that are not processed will be returned to applicants.

The stream will open again on January 1st, 2015. Anyone whose application was returned is encouraged to re-apply at that time.

The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) is the first step in a two-step application process for a permanent resident visa to Canada. It allows the Government of Nova Scotia to recruit and select immigrants who intend to settle in the province, and have the skills, education, and work experience needed to make an immediate contribution to labour market and economic needs.”

There are two interesting programs for consideration for those who want to immigrate to one of Canadian provinces, Nova Scotia: Skilled Worker where a candidate may be eligible to immigrate to that province, if they have a job offer from an employer, and Regional Labour Market Demand Stream where a foreign specialist has an opportunity to receive a permanent status without having an employer.

The potential candidates for immigration should remember that, if they have an occupation which is in demand in Canada, passed language test and evaluated their diplomas, my office will find a possibility to successfully apply on their behalf to immigration officials when the appropriate program is opened. It is always a good idea to hire us now and let us to prepare your documentation package in advance.

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