Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry category Category B is one of the Express Entry-linked immigration categories which is the best pathway to a province. On Nov 17, 2018, Nova Scotia reopened its popular immigration stream to receive up to 225 new applications. This immigration category enables the Atlantic Canadian province to nominate express entry candidates Canadian PR in the federal government’s system.
Canadian Federal high skilled Immigration Programs
The Federal Express Entry system controls the pool of applicants for Federal high skilled immigration programs of Canada — the Canadian Experience Class
, Federal Skilled Trades Class
, and Federal Skilled Worker Class
B Category is prominent with Express Entry applicants because it does not need Canadian work experience or an employment offer in order to apply for permanent residence. It doesn't also need eligible Express Entry CRS (Comprehensive Ranking Score) score that is used to decide an applicant rank in the pool.
To apply for Canadian permanent residence, Nova Scotia highly guarantees the ITAs to the Express Entry candidates those who got CRS 600 points under Category B. In order to qualify for this Canadian immigration category, Express Entry aspirants should professional employment experience in any one of 11 opportunity occupations of Nova Scotia.
The Nov 17th opened immigration category was typical of the applicant's intake process that runs on first-come, first served basis. It means Nova Scotia receives candidates applications in the order they are initially submitted until the completion of 225 applications. This application submission process may typically happen within hours.
Nova Scotia Express Entry options
Nova Scotia province uses several ways when it comes to indicating and inviting qualify individuals for applying to the provincial nomination.
While Category B of Express Entry uses a first-come, first-served way to applicants, Labour Market Priorities category enables the NS PNP to find the Express Entry pool and invite qualified applicants with experience in targeted jobs.
The LMPS was revealed on Aug 2nd, 2018 and issued the ITAs to Express Entry candidates on Aug 8th with professional job experience as assistants.
NS PNP says the jobs targeted through its LMPS may affect the present workers market requirements and would modify as those requirements evolve.
Creating a profile in the Express Entry system is the first necessary step to apply under any of NS Express Entry-linked streams.