Nova Scotia invites candidates for Early Childhood Educator (ECE) Immigration Pilot
Canadian province Nova Scotia has issued Letters of interest to the applicants for participating in the Nova Scotia Early Childhood Educator (ECE) Immigration pilot on December 20, 2022. Candidates who received the invitation can apply to the ECE. The province has visibly clarified that this draw is not for Labour Market Priorities stream.
In case, an applicant has received a job offer from Nova Scotia s/he may utilize the AIP (Atlantic Immigration Program) or the Nova Scotia Nominee Program: Skilled Worker Stream. Such applicant will still be included in the Federal Express Entry pool.
Canadian Provinces and territories can explore the express entry pool of profiles to search candidates, who fulfil their labour requirements. Nova Scotia province has contacted you because:
- You are already in the EE pool
- Your profile was a match to Early Childhood Educator, old NOC 4214.
- You said you were interested in Nova Scotia when completing your profile or you said you are interested in “all provinces and territories.”
The letter you received is not a nomination and does not Promise that you will immigrate to Nova Scotia. If you are interested in immigrating to NS, you must complete required form.
Before you submit the form, submit copies of the below documents for pre-assessment:
- Transcripts for all post-secondary education you have completed (diplomas, degrees or certificate programs)
- Identification document - Government-issued ID
- Language proficiency assessment results- English or French language proficiency
- International credential assessment (course-by-course report, if possible) - Issued by a Canadian-recognized service, such as World Education Services Canada.
- Other documents - Any other documents necessary e.g., Proof of name change if applicable
The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) is one of the most popular Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) of Canada.