Published on : January 13, 2021
The pandemic caused a huge drift in the economy in 2020. However, Canada's most rapidly progressing province, Nova Scotia, approved a total of 3517 immigration applications even during such a crisis. This was much more than the allocated numbers set for 2020 and a majority of the skilled workers under this category belonged to the healthcare sector.
In Canada, immigration is one of the key driving factors of the economy. The most popular Nova Scotia Immigration programs in 2020 were the AIP (Atlantic Immigration Program) and NSNP( Nova Scotia Nominee Program).
"Immigration will play an important role in our economy as we recover from this pandemic,” Diab said to the press. “We will continue to work with our stakeholders to identify labour needs in key essential service sectors and employers who need specialized skills and talent to create economic growth.” This signified a major improvement in the immigration reforms for the upcoming year.
2021 is going to be a remarkable year for immigrants who want to settle in Nova Scotia.
They have two options to choose from: (Atlantic Immigration Program) or NSNP (Nova Scotia Nominee Program).
The AIP allows employers to recruit foreign skilled workers to fill vacancies that are in-demand in the 4 provinces: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island.
Candidates who are coming to Canada under the AIP, must accept a job offer from an employer in Atlantic Canada prior to moving and settling in the country.
Under the NSNP, candidates can choose any of the 8 programs to migrate:
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