The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry started April 28 2018 (ADT 9am, Saturday) accepting applications target of over 350 on the Category B.
You should have had an existing profile to be qualified for the Novo Scotia Demand Express Entry (NSDEE) in Express Entry Pool. The NSDEE is one of the prominent programs for the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee. There are two categories.
In order to be qualified for the Category A, you are expected to have had a job offer from any of the Novo Scotia employers. You should apply for the Category A throughout the year. You can also apply for the Category B only during certain assigned months of the years. You will be qualified to send in your applications only if you have any work experience within Nova Scotia. Last year the stream accepted applications in December just for a day. Do shouldn’t miss out on that of April 28 opening and start sending your applications now.
You could become more interested in the Category B because you can earn additional 600 points in the Comprehensive Ranking System (CSR). On the other hand, you must have to score at least 441 points to be qualified to receive an invitation for applying for a permanent residence in Canada. This is sure waiting for! So hurry now and apply in the Category B. The slots are offered to the early applicants, and the applications will close soon as seats get filled up. You are sure to meet the cut off point provided you are able to meet criteria for the provisional nomination.
Requirements for Category B
- One year of skilled work experience in one of the target occupations.
- Canadian high school credential or equivalent.
- Proven language ability in English or French at Canadian Language Benchmark 7.
- Score 67 points or more on six selection factors.
- Have the financial resources to successfully settle in Nova Scotia.
- Have a Canada Express Entry profile registered. This the foremost criteria that you have to adhere to.
The Nova Scotia Demand- Express Entry stream scores applicants based on six broad factors:
- Language ability
- Work experience
- Arranged employment in Nova Scotia.
- Adaptability (including spouse/partner’s credentials).