How does the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) Work?

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The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) is administered by the province of Nova Scotia and seeks to nominate applicants who are able to fulfill the gaps in the economy.

Thousands of qualified Temporary Visa holders enjoy employment in Canada with hopes of obtaining permanent status to better the lives of themselves and their families and through such a program their dreams can be realized. You may be next.

Nominee applicants and their families are granted accelerated processing of their Permanent Residency applications. The Nova Scotia PNP offers an array of categories for individual and families to permanently settle in Nova Scotia.

Due to the immense interest this program garners the application process is extremely competitive. One certainly can’t afford to have their life’s dream jolted due to incorrectly filled and submitted paper work. It is for just such a reason why employing an immigration professional comes so highly recommended.

Who is the Nova Scotia Nominee Program for?

The Nova Scotia Nominee Program like most other provincial nominee programs, the NSNP is open for skilled workers including high skilled and low skilled and international graduates. However, the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program also has unique categories which allow individuals with strong connections to the Nova Scotia community, family businesses in the province and non dependent children of Nova Scotia nominees.

Unlike other provinces, these categories allow for the rare opportunity of family members to immigrate to Canada and become permanent residents.

What to ask a licensed Canadian immigration professional about the Nova Scotia Nominee Program?

Not all immigration professionals are created equal.  Often we’ve noticed that Nova Scotia Nominee Program visas aren’t accepted because the right questions were not discussed.

Here are some very important questions you want to ask any person you are planning on hiring to help you with your Nova Scotia Nominee Program visa application:

  • Are there requirements for specific occupations under this stream?
  • For applicants under the international graduates stream, what area of study would qualify for an application under the NSNP?
  • Additionally, for individuals with family members you may want to ask, what kind of relatives would qualify under the family business worker stream?

The immigration professional should have no problems answer those important questions for you.

Why Contact My Visa Source for an Assessment?

Congratulations on taking your first step toward working and living in Canada. The more research you do on the immigration process, the more you will learn about your specific situation and how we can help you navigate through the Nova Scotia Nominee Program process.

Lawyers at My Visa Source dedicate themselves to your immigration case, providing legal representation tailored to your personal situation. Our expertise focuses on immigration and visa programs for Canada and the United States, including global immigration.

Partnering with an award-winning immigration team greatly increases the likelihood of achieving your specific immigration or visa goals. Immigration is a complex process that requires strong legal strategy, precise paperwork and perfect attention to detail, reducing the risk of wasted time, money or permanent rejection.

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