The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) invited applicants who work in marketing, advertising, or public relations. Those who chosen required to have the National Occupational Classification (N.O.C) Code 1123.
The provincial Labour Market Priorities Stream permits the Nova Scotia Nominee (N.S.N.P) Program to explore the Canadian Express Entry pool for qualified candidates who match the needs of the labor market in the province.
Since its initial launch in 2018, the stream has issued invitations to financial auditors, and financial accountants, early childhood education workers, social workers, and also French-speaking Express Entry applicants.
Chosen candidates require to provide reference letters from employers to prove that they have two or higher years of full-time or similar part-time work experience in marketing, advertising, or public relations in the past five years.
They also required to have selected the English language as their primary official language and also have a Canadian Language Benchmark (C.L.B) score 9 or above in all language abilities.
They also required to have a master’s degree, and present education proof along with their application like Educational Credential Evaluation (ECA) report which is given by an institution selected by Refugees, Immigration, and Citizenship Canada.
They also required to have presented an Expression of Interest to the pool of Express Entry on or later 1 Jan 2019.
Those who were chosen have a possibility to receive a nomination from Nova Scotia province. Express Entry applicants with a nomination from province can obtain an additional 600 CRS points, effectively securing an invitation to apply for nomination for Canada PR.
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