Nove Scotia PNP Program
Canada skilled immigration-inspired aspirants can opt for Nova Scotia provincial Nominee program. Nova Scotia Nominee Program In-demand Occupation List has been brought-out and will be applicable with effect from March 6th, 2014. The latest Regional Labour Market Demand stream, via the Nova Scotia Program, is tailored to pick-up those aspirants, who cater to the particular region’s labour market requirements, are destined to become a key component of the booming labour market, with a permanent or full-time status, and are eager to stay in the said province permanently.
Despite the fact that it’s not obligatory that the candidates are armed with a permanent, full-time offer of employment from a province-based company/job-provider, when they file a submission, it is very important that they are committed to get professionally involved with a ‘wanted’ line-of-work in the area. In order to learn if a person’s chosen profession is actually in demand, the candidates would do well to go through the list here given under.
Regional Labour Market Demand: In Demand Occupations for the purpose of selection of skilled immigrants for province of Nova Scotia, Canada
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- Systems Testing Technicians
- Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technologists and Technicians
- Registered Nurses
- Head Nurses and Supervisors
- Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians
- Managers in Health Care
- Computer Engineers
- Licensed Practical Nurses
- Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- Mechanical Engineers
- User Support Technicians
- Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers
- Specialist Physicians
- General Practitioners and Family Physicians
- Financial Auditors and Accountants
- Software Engineers and Designers
- Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists' Assistants
- Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners
- Information Systems Analysts and Consultants
- Industrial Electricians
- Sheet Metal Workers
It is fundamental that one’s position for his chosen profession is fairly satisfactory in the specific area he hopes to dwell in so that his submission gets suitably assessed, via the class of what is known as Regional Labour Market Demand.
The Nova Scotia immigration agency will start accepting complete applications through the stream of Regional Labour Market Demand with effect from 6th March 2014.
CAAN World has experienced people dealing applications. To know more about the program, how it works and processing your application under the Nova Scotia Regional Labour Market Demand Scheme, please contact CAAN World today by phone or mail at firstname.lastname@example.org