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Interested in Nova Scotia immigration? Here is your golden chance!

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Those who are interested in settling in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia can now register for the international events being organized by the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration(NSOI) near them. However, the candidates need to remember that this registering of interest is not an immigration application.
Once an immigration candidate expresses their interest in the international events organized by the NSOI, the details included in the Expression of Interest form will be added to the database of the Office.

While registering Expression of Interest, the candidate must keep in mind that this Expression of Interest is not a confirmation of attendance for any event. Neither the information provided in the Expression of Interest will be used for any immigration application. Instead, the NSOI will use the information only to invite selected candidates to attend international events. At these events, they would get a chance to personally meet  the immigration officials of the province. Further, they would be invited to the information sessions and webinars on various immigration streams organized by the Nova Scotia Nominee Program(NSNP).

 
If the candidates are interested, their profiles will be made available for potential employers of Nova Scotia, who are interested in hiring international workers.

Nova Scotia is one of the three maritime provinces of Canada. The economy of the province has been thriving in the past the few years, opening up a vast number of job opportunities for locals as well as foreign workers. The international events organized by NSOI provide a golden chance for professionals to be selected for migrating to Canada under the NSNP. Nova Scotia offers numerous opportunities for skilled professionals including nurses, accountants, civil engineers and social workers.
If you are interested in moving to Nova Scotia permanently or registering your expression of interest with NSOI, find the link here. Kindly contact CanApprove for more information on Nova Scotia immigration.

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