In the draw conducted by the Stream of Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities which held on 4 September 2019, a sum of 204 Express Entry candidates was issued invitations to apply for the nomination of the province. The draw focused on Express Entry applicants who had chosen French as their primary official language with a minimum CLB score 8 or above in French in all the four skills that are reading, speaking writing, and listening.
Further, all the chosen candidates had a CLB score of minimum 6 or above in English in all the four language skills that are reading, speaking writing, and listening and either a bachelor’s degree or a completed three years program or more obtained from a Canadian equivalent college, trade, university, or technical school. There was no minimum CRS score demand for the most recent draw.
The Stream Labour Market Priorities below the Nova Scotia Nominee Program was started in 2018 to select applicants, who meet the labor market needs of the province, from the pool of Express Entry.
In the previous Labour Market Priorities draws, the province has issued invitations to primary childhood education workers, financial accountants, and auditors, and Express Entry applicants with French-speaking knowledge. The 4 September 2019 draw is the 5th draw in the history of the Stream of Labour Market Priorities as well as the 2nd draw to particularly targeting French-speaking applicants. In the 2019 year alone, Nova Scotia province has welcomed 1124 applicants to apply for Canada PR.
The applicants who received an invitation in the recent draw can submit the comprehensive application within 30 days for provincial nomination.
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