NSNP invites French-speaking Express Entry candidates

NSNP invites French-speaking Express Entry candidates

Eva Olsen Eva Olsen [Published 31 Mar, 2021 | 03:20 AM]

Nova Scotia invited 329 Francophone candidates under its Express Entry Labor Market Priorities component.

During the March 29 draw, letters of interest were sent to applicants who had chosen French as their first official language, with a Canadian Language Proficiency Level (CLB) score of 9 or higher in all French language skills. (Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking).

Applicants were also required to have a CLB score of at least 7 or above in English in all four language skills. They also had to have a bachelor's degree or have completed a program of three years or more at a university, college, trade, or technical school.

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Applicants were also required to have a valid Express Entry number and meet the minimum criteria to be accepted into the pool.

Invited candidates have 60 calendar days to submit their completed applications to NSNP provincial authorities. They will need to provide copies of their language test results as well as proof of training.

Since its launch in 2018, the NSNP has organized 16 draws for the Labor Market Priorities stream, including this one. Some of the targeted occupations in the latest NSNP draw include financial auditors, childhood education workers, programmers, accountants, carpenters, social workers, and nurses, among other professions.

Tags: Canada permanent residence, express entry, Express Entry Nova Scotia, Immigrate to Nova Scotia, Invitation to Apply, Labour Market Priorities Stream, Nova Scotia, PNP,


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