Immigrate to Canada through Nova Scotia jobs needed
If you intend to immigrate to Canada, one of the ways to enter the Canadian province of Nova Scotia is through the occupations in demand stream of Nova Scotia.
This stream is a 3-year pilot designed for semi-skilled occupations in group C of the NOC classification. According to the needs of the labor market of this province, the Immigration Department announces the list of required jobs every period; Currently, the following two groups can enter this immigration flow as needed jobs:
Nursing assistants, geriatric and patient care occupations with NOC group code 3413
Truck and heavy equipment drivers with group code 7511 NOC
Entry requirements for the Nova Scotia In Needed Jobs Program
Entry Requirements The entry requirements for the Nova Scotia Required Jobs Program are:
1- Having a job offer
You must have a permanent full-time job offer from an employer.
A job offer must:
Be in one of the two job groups 3413 or 7511 NOC.
The job offer must be in Nova Scotia and offered by an employer based in this province.
The employer must have a good work history.
Most employers who intend to hire foreign workers in Nova Scotia are required to obtain an Employer Registration Certificate.
2- In the last 5 years, have at least one year of related and full-time work experience.
Internship and volunteer work are not considered work experience.
3- At the time of application, their age should be between 21 and 55 years.
4- Have at least a high school diploma.
5- Have a valid certificate related to passing the skill and training courses required for the desired job.
6- Have at least CLB 4 in all four skills of Speaking/Writing/Listening/Reading.
7- Have enough funds to cover the living expenses of themselves and their family members in Canada.
The following people cannot apply through this pilot:
Seasonal or part-time workers
Those who are in Canada through the Home Care Nurse Program
Those whose proposed job is not in Nova Scotia
Employment agencies and other similar organizations are not employers
If you meet all the requirements, you will be issued a provincial nomination certificate by the Nova Scotia Immigration Office NSOI. This certificate is valid for 6 months, and in these 6 months you have the opportunity to register your application for permanent residence in Canada at the Canadian Immigration Department IRCC.
It should be noted that choosing the province of Nova Scotia does not guarantee you permanent residence, the Canadian Immigration Department is the final decision maker.