As discussed above, there are major opportunities for health professionals and in the education industry, as the province is facing a shortage of skilled immigrants in their local labour market. In-Demand occupations that are listed below are all classified under National Occupational Classification (NOC). NOC code helps to determine a candidate’s skill level for skilled and semi-skilled occupations. If you have work experience in any of the high demand occupations in Nova Scotia, then your chances for provincial nomination increases.
Check the following NSNP Occupation In-demand list 2021 and be sure before applying for provincial nomination:
|1111||Financial Auditors and Accountants|
|1114||Other Financial Officers|
|1123||Professional occupations in advertising, marketing, and public relations|
|1311||Accounting and related clerks|
|3012||Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses|
|3233||Licensed practical nurses|
|4021||College and other vocational instructors|
|4211||Paralegal and related occupations|
|4212||Social and community service workers|
In order to apply for the provincial nomination through NSNP, you have to meet the following minimum requirements:
Nova Scotia Express entry and other streams allow the province to meet the requirements of their local labour market. The time taken for application processing depends on your profile. If you have submitted the right set of documents for the immigration process, then the provincial immigration authorities can process your application within 3 to 6 months.