Nova Scotia is one of the most distinctive and breathtaking of all Canadian regions and invites immigrants to the friendly Maritime peninsula.
This stream targets highly skilled foreign nationals to address the growing demands of its labor market.
The Nova Scotia PNP offers thousands of people, a route to immigrate to this beautiful region.
There are several categories for individual and families to permanently settle in Nova Scotia.
However, it is important to note that the application process to this stream is complicated and will require the guidance of an experienced immigration professional so that you do not lose of due to incomplete application.
The NSNP gives nominations to highly skilled and experienced candidates, and invites them to immigrate to the province and attain permanent residence in the region. Both high skilled and low skilled workers as well as international graduates can apply. Individuals with a strong connection to the Nova Scotia community can also apply- This includes family businesses in the province and non-dependent children of Nova Scotia nominees.
Here are some very important questions you need to ask your immigration consultant before you start your application for your Nova Scotia Nominee Program visa:
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