Carpenters Selected For Nova Scotia Immigration From Express Entry Pool

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Carpenters Selected For Nova Scotia Immigration From Express Entry Pool

Candidates with skills and experience as carpenters (NOC 7271) were the focus of the latest draw through Nova Scotia’s Express Entry-linked Labour Market Priorities stream.

A September 20 Nova Scotia Nominee Program draw saw 22 candidates receive Letters of Interest.

As well as two years of experience in the stated occupation, candidates also required a Canadian Language Benchmark score of 5 in English or French for all language abilities.

Selected candidates now have 30 days to submit a full application.


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Requirements for September 20 Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities Draw

  • Primary occupation of carpenter (NOC 7271)
  • Two or more years of skilled trades experience as a carpenter.
  • CLB score of 5 or higher in English or French in all language abilities.

What Are The General Requirements For Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities?

Candidates must:

  • Receive a Letter of Interest from the Nova Scotia Nominee Program within the Express Entry system.
  • Meet the minimum work experience requirements of the Express Entry stream for which you have qualified.
  • Demonstrate sufficient funds to successfully establish yourself and your family in Nova Scotia and to pay your immigration costs and travel expenses.
  • Have legal status in your current country of residence.
  • Meet eligibility criteria in place at the time you are issued a Letter of Interest.
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