The candidates who couldn’t qualify the Express Entry Draws released by the IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) on 26th April, 2018 need not loose heart. There is a ray of hope with the province of Nova Scotia reopening the Category B Demand of Express Entry Stream to 350 applications on 28th April, 2018 at 9 a.m. Atlantic Daylight time.
In the Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry Stream (NSDEE) those candidates who had filed the application and were in the federal Express Entry Pool but were not selected only those applications will be accepted. The NSDEE will open at a first come first serve basis, thus swiftness is the key to get in through this process. In order to avoid any incumbrancers, the candidates should be ready with all the paperwork before hand and should be ready with all the documents to be submitted as quickly as possible.
The good news is that the Candidates who will be selected and nominated by the province of Nova Scotia will be provided with additional 600 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points, thus this will put the candidate in an advantage position of receiving an ITA.
Nova Scotia is very particular when it comes to influx of immigrants as it pays high value to the occupation in demand. Thus the candidate should have experience in at least one of the occupations in demand in Nova Scotia in order to meet the qualifying list of the province. Here the call is tricky as the number of occupations in demand in Nova Scotia has reduced to 11 from 16 in the recent times. Further, a score of 67 is required on the grid of evaluation of the province but there is no mandatory Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score requirement in general.
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