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Nova Scotia immigration has passed 1,000 Letters of Interest for 2019 with a new draw through its Express Entry-linked Labour Market Priorities stream.

The September 4 draw saw 204 LOIs issued to French-speaking candidates scoring Canadian Language Benchmark level 8 or higher in all abilities.

Candidates were also required to score Canadian Language Benchmark level 6 or higher in all abilities for English.

Those receiving a letter of interest from the Nova Scotia Nominee Program have 30 calendar days to submit a complete application.

This was the fourth draw of 2019 through the Labour Market Priorities stream, with a total of 1,124 LOIs issued.

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Requirements for September 4 Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities Draw

Candidates must:

  • 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.
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