Lowest CRS Score Ever Invited!! Nova Scotia PNP Express Entry | Canada Immigration
I have never heard of an applicant who received an invitation with a score of less than 150 which is absolutely cool. I’m going to tell you exactly that from the province of Nova Scotia, even the CRS score is less than 250. And also, I’m glad to share with you the good news; the good news is that Nova Scotia is sending out so many invitations.
All right, before we move on. Now, before we go into the process step by step. I am going to show you the eligibility so that you can start your application. So in order to receive an invitation to apply in the province of Nova Scotia, you need to meet the following requirements.
The first requirement is that you have legal status in your current country of residence. So what does it mean that you have to be a permanent resident or a citizen, or you must have a work permit or a legitimate study permit, and so on. The current country you are in.
Second, you must have at least the required work experience. You now have the category you are applying for under the Federal Skilled Worker Program, after which you must have at least one year of continuous work experience, and meet all requirements. Now, if you are applying under the Federal Skilled Trades program, you must have at least two years of skilled trade experience in five years before applying.
And finally, if you are applying under the Canada Experience class, then you must have at least one year of skilled experience in Canada. You must have a valid profile for express entry and you must indicate your interest in the province of Nova Scotia.
Let me tell you how to do it, you are coming to this page, which are provinces and territories of interest page. On this page you need to select which province, or region, you would like to consider accommodation.
So all you have to do is check the box next to Nova Scotia. Similarly, check the box next to all provinces and territories. Otherwise, you will not receive a letter of interest from Nova Scotia.
Now for those of you who don’t have an express entry profile yet. How to create an expert entry profile, just click here.
Furthermore, you must have the required settlement funds. Therefore, for a single applicant, the settlement fund requirement is 12,960 Canadian dollars for a family of two couples, its 16135, and for a family of three that is in 19836, and so on.
The good news is that job offers are not required, however, for those who offer legitimate employment in Canada. You do not need to provide proof of funds.
And finally, you have to meet the specific requirements, must satisfy the draw specific requirements.
However, you won’t find out these requirements, until you got your letter of interest yourself. So the last row was on May 22 2020 requirements are as follows.
You must be under
- Have a primary occupation of registered nurse or registered psychiatric nurse (NOC 3012)
- Provide letters of reference from employers, as outlined in the application guide, to demonstrate that they have 3 or more years of experience as a registered nurse or registered psychiatric nurse.
- Have a Canadian Language Benchmark score of 8 or higher in English or French in all language abilities as demonstrated by providing results from a language test approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
- Hold a bachelor’s degree OR have completed a program of three or more years at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute.”
To complete a bachelor’s degree or higher with your application, you must include copies of the language test and proof of education. Evidence of education must include an ECA report issued by an immigration-designated organization. If your educational credentials are obtained outside of Canada, then immigrant and Canadian citizenship.
Now the draw right before this draw was on April 27 2020, and it was specific requirements are the following.
- Have selected French as their first official language and have a Canadian Language Benchmark score of 8 or higher in French in all language abilities.
- Have English as a second official language with a Canadian Language benchmark score of 6 or higher in English in all language abilities.
- Hold a bachelor’s degree OR have completed a program of three or more years at a university, college, trade or technical school, or other institute.
- Have a valid Express Entry number and meet all IRCC criteria for the Express Entry pool.
* You must include copies of both language tests and proof of education to meet a bachelor’s degree or higher with your application.
Now, if you meet all these requirements, you are about to receive a letter of interest from Nova Scotia in your Express Entry Profile. And as soon as you receive this letter, you apply within 60 days.
Now that we know the eligibility requirements, let me tell you, step by step, that you can start your application. All right, so the first step in applying for Nova Scotia Labor Market Preferences is to create an address entry profile. Now for all of you, who do not have an express entry profile; click here on how to create an express entry profile step by step.
Be sure to check the box next to Nova Scotia, or check the box next to all provinces and territories on your Express Entry profile. I keep repeating this because it is most important that if you do not check the boxes now, you will receive a letter of interest from Nova Scotia.
Now the second step is to wait until the next draw to see if you meet the specific draw requirements. Once again, click on the Nova Scotia Labor Market Preferences mainstream official website for the specific draw requirement. The last row was on May 22, 2020 and there are specific requirements, before that the draw was on April 27, 2020, and these are the requirements related to interest.
Now the third step is to receive the LOI, or letter of interest. Now, as soon as you receive a letter of interest on your Express Entry Profile, immediately apply to the Nova Scotia Labor Market Priority Stream within 60 days to apply for the Nova Scotia Labor Market Priority Stream.
Now the fourth step is to accept Nova Scotia’s provincial nomination, within 30 days of receiving it on your Express Entry Profile.
Step Five is to get an additional 600 CRS points and receive an invitation to apply for the next Express Entry or ITA (Application Invitation).
The sixth step is to apply for permanent residence within 60 days of receiving the invitation to apply.
This is going to tell you how to apply for (https://novascotiaimmigration.com/move-here/nova-scotia-demand-express-entry/) Express Entry as Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Since you have already received the invitation to apply, go ahead and click sign in to your account to proceed with your application.
Thank you so much, you have any questions, doesn’t hesitate to write.