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  • Updates to Nova Scotia, Alberta and B.C. Provincial Nominee Programs

    The past few days and weeks of September number of Canadian provinces make important announcements in relation to their Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) for immigration to Canada.

  • What are the Nova Scotia Nominee Programs (NSNP)?

    The Nova Scotia Nominee Program operates independently of the AIP and offers prospective candidates nine separate immigration pathways.

    Express Entry aligned streams

    The Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities, Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry and Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities for Physicians are only open to candidates who have Express Entry profiles with (IRCC).

  • What is the enhanced PNP?

    Under the Immigration Levels Plan 2022-2024, the PNP is the main economic-class immigration program for this year and the next.

    When a PNP is aligned with Express Entry, it is known as an enhanced PNP.In order to get an enhanced PNP, candidates first need to be eligible for one of the Express Entry-managed programs: Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canadian Experience Class (CEC), or the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP).

  • What is the Labour Market Impact Assessment?

    The Canadian employers, looking to hiring a foreign worker, may need a Labour Market Impact Assessment.

  • Why do people immigrate to Nova Scotia— and why do they leave?

    The main deciding factor on whether or not immigrants stay in Nova Scotia depends on the job opportunities that are available.