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Nova Scotia PNP Without Job offer in 2019

        Move to Canada Nova Scotia under PNP Program Without Job offer

Nova Scotia is one of the better-known provinces on Canada. Situated on the eastern coast of the massive nation, Nova Scotia is proudly called the most ethnically diverse and culturally vibrant part of Canada. The province has thrived ever since it first came into existence and since then, has seen a steady stream of immigrants from all over the world. The majority of people living in Nova Scotia are involved in the service sector and most people who migrate to the country are also engaged in the service sector. Normally, you would need to have a job offer to be selected for PNP to move to Canada. However, there are certain occupations which are in high-demand in Nova Scotia and if you have enough qualifications and work experience in these fields, then you can even move to Canada without a job offer.

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On this page, we are going to talk about all the ways in which you can move to Nova Scotia without a job offer. If you want to know the best way of moving to Nova Scotia for you, then get in touch with our Canada immigration experts. With their vast experience and thorough knowledge of the Nova Scotia PNP immigration policies and trends, they will definitely be able to give you a comprehensive view of immigration to Nova Scotia. In the next segment, we are going to go through the general procedure for applying for immigration to Nova Scotia.

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Nova Scotia PNP Application Procedure

The Nova Scotia PNP or NSNP works similar to all the other PNPs under the federal Express Entry program. The procedure is simple and based on a point system which scores applicants on the basis of certain attributes such as age, language ability, educational qualifications, work experience, adaptability etc. While it is possible to apply for NSNP on your own, we recommend that you approach a reputable immigration service provider like Nationwide Immigration who can ensure that you get selected for immigration to Nova Scotia in the first try. Here are the steps that you will need to take in order to make your application for immigration to Nova Scotia in 2018:

  • The first thing to do is apply for immigration to Canada through the Express Entry program. Go online and create the Express Entry profile. You will need to provide personal details like age, education, work experience etc. Once you have completed the profile you will get an Express Entry registration code. Remember it because you will need to provide the same once you apply for immigration to Nova Scotia.
  • When you are making your Express Entry profile, in the segment where they ask you where you want to move in Canada, specify Nova Scotia. So, when immigration officers in Nova Scotia are looking through Express Entry profiles, you will be given particular attention. If they find your profile suitable, they will ask you to create a profile on the Nova Scotia immigration website
  • If you want to quicken the process of getting selected for immigration to Nova Scotia, then go to the official Nova Scotia immigration website and create a profile. Here too, you will need to provide all the personal details that you did in the Express Entry profile.
  • After you have made the profile, you will be given an assessment score which will decide whether you get selected for immigration to Nova Scotia or not. As a benchmark, you need to score at least 67 points in the assessment to qualify for immigration to Nova Scotia.
  • If your immigration application is accepted, then the Nova Scotia immigration authority will issue you a PNP which will allow you get selected for immigration in the next Express Entry draw.

Once the draw has been made and you have received your ITA, you will have 90 days to apply for a Canada PR visa and another year to move there.

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While the Nova Scotia immigration process in 2019 is not that difficult to understand, what makes immigration somewhat more complicated is the fact that there are so many people applying. That is why many first-time applicants are unable to get selected and have to visit an immigration professional. That is why it is best to have the expert help of a Canada immigration professional from the very start as that will ensure that you get selected for immigration to Nova Scotia or any other part of Canada. Before you decide on which province of Canada you want to settle in, Our Recommendations find out what your prospects are from the experts. That way you will get advice from industry veterans who know the market and where you would be able to get the most benefit. Nationwide Immigration offers perfect immigration services to Indians from all over the country. Fill out our free assessment form to get customized advice on your Nova Scotia 2019 immigration process today!

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Nova Scotia PNP Occupation in-Demand list in 2019

The Occupation in-Demand category of the NSNP is highly popular among skilled workers who want to move quickly to Nova Scotia. What is unique about this category is that it allows working professionals to move to the province without the need of a valid job offer. This means that if you have enough money to support yourself and your family in Nova Scotia for a set amount of time, you will be allowed to move to Nova Scotia without needing an active job offer. The condition, however, is that your particular job needs to be in high demand in Nova Scotia. The following is a list of conditions you will need to meet in order to apply for NSNP without a job offer.

  • First, you need to have at least a Bachelor’s degree in your line of work. Ideally though, you would be able to make it through the assessment process much more easily if you had a Master’s degree. Also, this will be a major difference-making factor once you start looking for a job. That is why we advise all our clients to have a Master’s degree which will get them the second-highest scores in the point-based grid.
  • Second, you need to have strong language skills which must be showcased through high scores in the IELTS or TEF examination. You need to have at least a CLB 7 in your examination to qualify for immigration. However, we usually recommend getting a CLB 8 or above as this will be a major boost to your immigration prospects as well as your employment chances.
  • Third, you will need to score at least 67 points in your assessment which will be based on six important factors like age, educational qualification, work experience, adaptability etc.
  • Fourth, you will need to have enough funds to support yourself and your family for at least 3 to 6 months. These funds must not have been borrowed from anyone and must be available readily for your use. If you are bringing the money in cash and it amounts to more than 10,000 CAD, then you will need to declare it to the customs officials at the time of your entering Canada.

Please note here that you can only apply for Nova Scotia PNP without a job offer if and only if your skills are listed as in high demand in Nova Scotia. Currently, there is a high demand for management professionals all over Canada, including Nova Scotia. However, this is liable to change and we recommend that you check with a Nova Scotia and Canada immigration expert who knows in detail about the national market before you make your application.

Wondering with Canada immigration professionals will be the best for you? Look no further than us. Nationwide Immigration has the perfect solution for all your Canada immigration needs including Nova Scotia PNP without job offer. Fill out our free assessment form to receive a detailed advice from our Canada immigration experts today!

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Nationwide Immigration has been helping working professionals move to Canada for the past 11 years. We have made over 10,000 Canada immigration dreams come true and going into 2018 plan to expand our service much further. One of the reasons for the success and popularity of our services is that we provide the most client-friendly services amongst all Canada immigration agencies in India. As an ICCRC accredited company, we are dedicated to providing authentic Canada immigration help at industry standard prices. We also give the guarantee of immigration or return the clients’ money. In addition to that, we also offer specialized services like rejection case analysis, documentation services, IELTS training etc. which can be highly beneficial to clients. Whatever we promise to provide our clients is written on a legal document and duly signed by relevant persons. So, our clients are assured monetary security and success in moving to Canada. That is why we are recognized as the best Canada immigration service provider in India. Let us help you achieve your Canada immigration dreams. Contact us today!


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