Nova Scotia invited healthcare professionals

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Nova Scotia invited healthcare professionals

Nova Scotia invited healthcare professionals on April 11, 2023, the Provincial Government of Nova Scotia invited candidates to participate in the Healthcare Professionals Immigration Pilot (HPIP). Candidates who want to continue this process should contact the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness. 

Only those who receive a valid job offer from the Nova Scotia Health Authority may immigrate to Nova Scotia as a healthcare professional through the Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP) or the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) Skilled Worker Stream. All eligible candidates must complete a survey until May 11, 2023, to participate in the HPIP.

 

Nova Scotia Nominee Program: Skilled Worker Stream

The Nova Scotia Nominee Program: Skilled Worker Stream assists in the recruiting of recent international graduates and foreign workers whose skills are required in Nova Scotia. Only occupations that an employer is unable to fill with Canadians or permanent residents are eligible for recruiting foreign workers.

The Nova Scotia Nominee Program: Skilled Worker Stream has the following requirements:

  • Job offer from an employer in Nova Scotia.
  • legal status in the country of residence and a valid passport.
  • proof of secondary education completion in the country of origin.
  • certification of your language proficiency in either official language at the CLB 7 level.
  • a letter of recommendation demonstrating one year of experience in a position associated with the healthcare industry.
  • the desire to live and work in Nova Scotia permanently.

 

About the Atlantic Immigration Program

An immigration program that is administered by the government called the Atlantic Immigration Program assists in the recruitment of qualified foreign workers and international graduates by employers to fill open positions. 

These are the requirements for the Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP):

  • Offer of job from a company authorized by the Atlantic Immigration Program.
  • legal status in the country of residence and a valid passport.
  • High school diploma from Canada or its equivalent from another country with an educational credential assessment.
  • CLB 5 or higher on a language test in either official language.
  • a letter of recommendation demonstrating one year of experience in a position associated with the healthcare industry.
  • the desire to live and work in Nova Scotia permanently.

 

Want to know more details about “Nova Scotia invited healthcare professionals you can contact one of our immigration specialists at  Gunness & Associates.

 

Tel: (416) 604-2669 

Email: info@immigrationmatters.info

 

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