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Posted on November 12 2022

Nova Scotia PNP draw for French-speaking candidates issues 150 invitations

By  Editor
Updated November 16 2023

Highlights for Nova Scotia PNP draw for French-speaking candidates

  • Nova Scotia held a draw for candidates who can speak French on November 7, 2022
  • The draw invited 150 French-speaking candidates
  • The candidates who receive an LOI should submit their PR application by December 7, 2022.
  • The applicants who had a score of 10 or above in French CLB were invited.
  • The stream of Labor Market Priorities invites candidates in specific occupations required in the province.

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Abstract: Nova Scotia held a draw for French-speaking candidates in vital occupations through Labor Market Priorities Stream.

The 'Bluenose' province of Canada, Nova Scotia, conducted a draw for French-speaking candidates. It was conducted under the Labor Market Priorities Stream.

The draw was held on November 7, 2022. It invited 150 French-speaking candidates to migrate to the province.

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Good news in Nova Scotia PNP draw for French-speaking candidates

The immigration authorities of Nova Scotia conducted a draw aimed at French-speaking candidates under the Labor Market Priorities stream linked to the Express Entry system of Canada. The candidates' profiles should be registered in the Express Entry system and applied through NSPNP or Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program.

It was conducted to fill vacant job roles in the province and enrich the Francophone community.

The candidates who were issued a Letter of Interest from the NSPNP should submit their duly filled application for Canada PR or permanent residency on or before December 7, 2022.

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Eligibility criteria for Francophone candidates in Nova Scotia

The eligibility criteria for candidates issued the Letter of Interest are listed below:

  • The candidates' first official language should be French with a CLB or Canadian Language Benchmark score of 10 or more.
  • The 2nd official language should be English with a CLB score of 7.
  • An undergraduate degree
  • Proof of qualifying language tests submitted along with the application package.
  • Apply before 11.59 pm, December 7, 2022.

Requirements for Nova Scotia labor market priorities

The candidates to be eligible for the Nova Scotia labor market priorities stream are required to:

  • Be issued a Letter of Interest by the Nova Scotia Nominee Program in the system of Express Entry
  • Have the required work experience
  • Proof of adequate funds to cover their and their dependents' expenses
  • Legal resident in their country of residence.
  • Fulfill the eligibility criteria at the time they are issued a Letter of Interest

Labor market priorities stream of Express Entry

The Labor Market Priorities stream was started in August 2018 to provide autonomy to Nova Scotia to aim for specific occupations and applicants under the Nova Scotia Nominee Program.

The draws are aimed at:

  • French-speaking candidates
  • Candidates with a valid job offer.
  • Registered nurses or psychiatric nurses
  • Marketing, advertising, and public relations
  • Carpenters
  • Financial accountants and auditors
  • Early childhood educators and assistants
  • Social and community service workers
  • Motor vehicle technicians
  • Programmers
  • Interactive media developers
  • Financial Officers

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