Nova Scotia conducted its second draw in this month by its Stream Labour Market Priorities, this time inviting qualified carpenters with a profile in the pool of federal Express Entry to apply for a nomination from the province for Canada PR.
The Stream Labour Market Priorities permits the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (N.S.N.P) to explore the pool of Express Entry for eligible applicants with work experience in professions that are attending a deficit of domestic workers.
Selected applicants need to provide reference letters from employers to show that they have two or higher years of skilled trades work experience as a carpenter.
Carpenters who were Self-employed are also qualified and they have to provide documentation from the third parties designating that the service provided, and details of the payment.
Those chosen candidates need to have a Canadian Language Benchmark (C.L.B) score of five or greater in English or French language in all four language skills: writing, reading, listening and speaking.
In addition, they must show adequate funds to strongly establish themselves and along with their family members in Nova Scotia province and to pay immigration charges and travel costs.
The Nova scotia's Stream of Labour Market Priorities was begun in August 2018 and since then has been utilized to invite workers in early childhood education, financial accountants and auditors, and French-speaking federal Express Entry applicants.
The carpenters chosen from the draw held on 20 September 2019 now have 30 days to appeal for a nomination from the province.
Successful nominees obtain 600 Comprehensive Ranking System (C.R.S) points towards their ranking score of Federal Express Entry, efficiently guaranteeing them with an invitation to apply for Canada PR.Stay Updated with Zentora newsletters to get more updates and information about Visa and Immigration. Please fill our free assessment form to understand whether you are eligible or not and we will reach you soon with better options for your profile.