A new draw is held for 312 express entry candidates with eligible work experience as early childhood educators and assistant on June 3.
The invitation was issued through the labour market priorities stream, which allows Nova Scotia to search the candidates with the eligible work experience in an occupation that is facing shortage in labour market province.
The NSNP allows Nova Scotia to nominate set number of immigration candidates for Canadian permanent residence each year in which through eight streams according to the economic province.
Express entry candidate who received provincial nomination will receive additional 600 points towards there ranking score and are propel for an invitation to apply for permanent residence.
To consider for provincial nomination Nova Scotia’s labour market priorities stream, the first step is to enter express entry pool.
The draw on June 3 was the second and through the labour market priorities stream to target candidates with work experience in national occupational classification 4214 which means early childhood educators and assistants.
There is other criterion which includes:
- Proof that candidate has received post-secondary education in early childhood education for children aged from 0 to 8 years.
- Proof that candidate has completed a program of two or more at a university, college, technical school and other institute,
- Proof of minimum of five years of work experience in NOC 4214 from employer with letter of reference.
The NSNP said that those selected on June 2 submitted their express entry profile on or after august 8, 2018.
Individuals can check there Eligibility Here for this program as a path to working and living in Nova Scotia (NSNP) permanently.
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