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Nova Scotia Immigration – International Graduates in Demand

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This program is for recent graduates whose skills match NOC 3413 (nurse aides, orderlies, and patient service associates) or NOC 4214 (early childhood educators etc.) to work and live in Nova Scotia permanently.

How to apply?

You need to create an online profile with NS immigration, apply to the NSNP International Graduates in Demand stream and receive a nomination certificate. Then, you will need to apply for a permanent residence visa to IRCC within 6 months of receiving your nomination.


LanguageCLB/NCLC 5 in either English or French.
Job OfferFull-time permanent job offer required from a Nova Scotia employer. The job offer must be in correspondence with your recent field of study.
EducationHigh school diploma or ECA in the last three years. Must have completed a course of 30+ weeks of study in the last 3 years in Nova Scotia for designated learning institutions. Moreover, must have a certificate issued by Nova Scotia regulatory bodies that are required for the job.  
Settlement FundsSettlement fund needed.
OthersAge: between 21 to 55 years.

LINKS AND RESOURCES: (Accessed in Sep 2021).

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