Non-dependent Child of Nova Scotia Nominees: NSNP!

The Nova Scotia Nominees Program’s Non-Dependent Child Stream facilitates international individuals to immigrate and obtain the permanent residency in Nova Scotia who are the non-dependent children of foreign nationals who are already in the province and have been nominated through the NSNP. To be eligible for this stream, prospective applicants must meet the following criteria:
An applicant must be the non-dependent child of a Canadian citizen/permanent resident in the province Nova Scotia. Along, the parent must have also been nominated to immigrate to Nova Scotia by the NSNP.

  • An applicant must 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.
  • An applicant must demonstrate his/her employment prospects in the province of Nova Scotia.
  • An applicant must fulfill other requirements, such as age, education and language proficiency set for this particular stream of NSNP.

Let’s have a look at the eligibility criteria for a parent:

  • The parent of an applicant 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.
  • The parent must have set up a family residence in the province within 6 months of obtaining PR status in Canada. He/she must have been a Nova Scotia resident to be able to sponsor his/her non-dependent child to the province.
  • The parent must continue to be a Nova Scotia resident at the time of his child’s application process till the time the latter arrives the province.

For more information, contact an Immigration and visa Consultant!

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