NSNP Non-dependent Child of Nominees Streams | Nova Scotia Nominee Program

The Non- Dependent Child Stream of Nova Scotia Nominees Program’s make it easy to international persons to immigrate and get the permanent residency in Nova Scotia who are the non-dependent kids of foreign nationals who are previously in the province and have been chosen through the NSNP. To be qualified for this stream, potential applicants have to meet the subsequent criteria:

Eligibility criteria for a parent:
•The parent must have set up a family house in the province within 6 months of obtaining PR status in Canada. He/she must have been a Nova Scotia resident to be capable of sponsoring his/her non-dependent child to the province.
•The parent must carry on to be a Nova Scotia resident at the time of his child’s application procedure till the time the latter arrives the province.
•The parent of an candidate of the Non-dependent Child of Nova Scotia Nominees must be a Canadian citizen or a Canadian permanent resident. As it is said, the parent must be the NSNP nominated foreign national in Nova Scotia.

An applicant has to be the non-dependent kid of a Canadian citizen/permanent occupant in the province Nova Scotia. Along, the parent must have also been selected to immigrate to Nova Scotia by the NSNP.
•An applicant must show his/her employment prospects in the province of Nova Scotia.
•An applicant must accomplish other requirements, such as age, education and language proficiency set for this particular stream of NSNP.
•An applicant has to have the full-time working experience of minimum 12 months within the last 5 years. The work experience would be counted if it is related to his/her field of study.


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