The Nova Scotia Nominee Program is the fastest pathway to become the (PR) permanent resident of Canada, particularly for the skilled entrepreneurs and qualified skilled workers. This program advances the process of immigration for your PR card. It issues the region to choose the candidates those who thrive under the fixed criteria for PR Status and the candidates who got succeed in this will gain the nomination certificate of this region with which your immigration process for Canada gets speed-up for PR.
Due to its weak rural economy and decreased labor force it was unable to support the industries. So due to all these the provincial government of Nova Scotia has introduced the immigration system. The previous statistics says that during 1994, about 1400 immigrants entered this region and in 2010 about 2300 immigrants have arrived. These reports say that the immigration rate for Nova Scotia is slowing increasing every year. This provincial nominee program has been started 55 years ago.
Once the candidates get selected under this program they are offered language training programs, career counseling’s and how to follow the Canadian system of government. Some of the spokesmen say that immigrants have the higher standard wages than the native Nova Scotians. Previously in 2009, the rate of unemployment among the immigrants was more when compared to natives. But the rate has decreased; now the major number of immigrants is from various countries.
The federal government of the province of Nova Scotia is now going to expand the nomination quota for more than 500 immigrants every year that are their main aim is to nominate more than 12,250 immigrants by the end of 2015.
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