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Nova Scotia PNP: Why you should hire a representative!

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One of the most popular Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) is the Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry program. This program is perfect for people who have active Express Entry profiles and experience in one of Nova Scotia’s in-demand occupations. If you meet these criteria, then all you have to do is submit an application to receive your nomination.

But! Submitting an application to Nova Scotia has some big challenges – learn why working with a representative might be your golden ticket to securing a provincial nomination!

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Nova Scotia PNP: Why is it so difficult to submit?

The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry is a provincial nominee program. This program actually has two categories:

  1. Category A: This category is for Express Entry candidates who have a valid job offer from a Nova Scotia employer for a full-time job. Most Express Entry candidates are not eligible for this position.
  2. Category B: This category is for Express Entry candidates who have at least 12 months of work experience in one of Nova Scotia’s in-demand occupations. Many Express Entry candidates qualify for this category!

In-Demand Occupations – Nova Scotia

Occupation Title NOC Code
Financial Auditors and Accountants NOC 1111
Other financial officers NOC 1114
Professional occupations in advertising, marketing, and public relations NOC 1123
Administrative Assistants NOC 1241
Accounting technicians and bookkeepers NOC 1311
Civil engineers NOC 2131
Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses NOC 3012
Licensed practical nurses NOC 3233
College and other vocational instructors NOC 4021
Paralegal and related occupations NOC 4211
Social and community service workers NOC 4212

Category A of this PNP accepts applications at all times, so if you qualify, you can submit at your leisure.

Category B of this PNP is much more difficult in terms of submission. Category B is closed for the vast majority of the year. It usually opens 3-4 times per year for a brief intake period. During this intake, the province accepts about 250 applications and then immediately closes the intake. Sometimes the province will announce these intake periods in advance, but sometimes the intake will occur without prior notice.

Due to the extreme popularity of the program, many more than 250 applicants try to submit applications during these intake periods. All applications are submitted online, through Nova Scotia’s electronic portal. If a qualified applicant fails to submit an application, they must wait until the next intake round.

If you want to improve your chances of submitting to Nova Scotia, one way to do so is to work with a qualified representative. A qualified immigration lawyer can assist you with the preparation and submission of your application and can greatly increase your chance of success.

Nova Scotia PNP: How can a representative help?

Hiring a qualified representative to assist with your immigration application is a good idea regardless of the type of application as immigration representatives understand how Canada’s complex immigration programs work. Here are a few ways an immigration representative can help with the Nova Scotia PNP:

Monitoring Intake Periods:
Our firm constantly monitors the Nova Scotia immigration website. When Nova Scotia changes anything on the website, we are automatically notified of these changes. This has enabled our team to be among the first to know that Nova Scotia has opened an intake round for the Category B of the program.

Multiple Staff for Submissions:
During the intake periods, the Nova Scotia immigration website is often overwhelmed with the high volume of individuals attempting to log on and submit applications. The website has a strict limit on the number of users able to log-in, so if you fail to log-in, you will be unable to submit an application. Our team counters this problem is by having multiple staff members available for intake periods. 

Quality Control Review of Application & Documents:
Our team has years of experience submitting immigration applications. We will work with you in advance of the intake period to ensure that all information has been collected and the necessary documents are ready for submission. You’ll have all the proper documents ready to go, along with the necessary personal information!

Working with a representative may make the difference in getting your provincial nomination. Learn more about your immigration options by completing our free online assessment. A member of the Canadim Team will review your eligibility and contact you to discuss your options!

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The Canadim Team!
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