Nova Scotia conducted the latest draw for 312 Express Entry applicants with qualified work experience as early childhood education as educators and assistants on 3 Jun.
The invitations were announced by the Stream Labour Market Priorities, which enables Nova Scotia to explore the Express Entry pool for applicants with qualified work experience in a profession that is facing labor market deficits in the province.
Located on Canada’s beautiful Atlantic coast, Nova Scotia attended a record number of latest permanent residents to the Nova Scotia province in the year 2018, including several who came by the Nova Scotia Nominee Program(N.S.N.P).
The N.S.N.P enables Nova Scotia to choose a fixed number of immigration aspirants for Canada PR each year by eight streams tailored to special economic requirements in the province.
03 of these streams are associated with the Federal Express Entry system, which maintains the pool of aspirants in the 03 economic-class immigration categories —
- Canadian Experience Class
- Federal Skilled Trades Class
- Federal Skilled Worker Class
To be considered for a nomination of the province through Stream Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities, the initial required step is to register a profile in the pool of Express Entry.
The draw held on June 3 was the 2nd by the Stream Labour Market Priorities to aim Express Entry applicants with work experience in NOC 4214 — Early childhood educators and assistants.
Selection Criteria for the Latest Nova Scotia’s Draw
- Evidence that an applicant has obtained post-secondary education in early childhood education for 0 to 8 years, aged children.
- Evidence that an applicant has finished a program of 02 or more years at a college, university, or technical school, or another institute.
- Reference letters from companies to show proof of minimum work experience should be 05 years in NOC 4214.
The N.S.N.P told those chosen on June 3 provided their Express Entry profile on or later 8 August 2018