History of immigration draws in Nova Scotia: passing score and number of invitations
Several times a year, lucky people receive invitations from the province of Nova Scotia. Follow the history of the draws to become one of them.
Nova Scotia, one of the Atlantic provinces in eastern Canada, consists of the peninsula of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island and more than 3,000 other small islands. The region's capital, Halifax, is known as a major center of culture and arts in Atlantic Canada with a high standard of living. Life in Nova Scotia is closely tied to the sea, and the province is famous for its coastal beauty and delicious cuisine.
Usually, the province sends out invitations to apply for a nomination several times a year. Sending out invitations is called a draw. To receive an invitation, a candidate must achieve a passing score, which varies from draw to draw.
A nomination in turn opens the way to permanent residency in Canada! Details about the requirements in each Nova Scotia’s provincial program stream.
To increase your chances of being invited, we recommend that you keep track of the draw history:
|Date||Stream||Minimum score||Number of invitations|
|08.02.2022||Labour Market Priorities||—||278|
|22.12.2021||International Graduate Entrepreneur||53 (-66)||2|
|07.10.2021||Labour Market Priorities||—||44|
|07.10.2021||Labour Market Priorities||—||286|
|13.09.2021||International Graduate Entrepreneur||57 (-63)||2|
|03.05.2021||International Graduate Entrepreneur||44 (-74)||2|
|01.12.2020||Labour Market Priorities||—||—|
|22.10.2020||Computer programmers and interactive media developers||—||—|
|26.09.2020||Motor vehicle body repairers||—||—|
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