新省雇主担保技术移民对提名职业的要求 NSNP Skilled Worker Occupations Requiement
- 技术工，NOC 里的 0，A，B 职业，这些职业将被优先处理
- 半技术工， NOC 里的 C 类职业，这类职业申请人需要已经在NS为提供offer的雇主工作6个月，且需要 LMIA
- 低技术工，NOC 里的 D 类职业，需要为 NS 提供 offer 的雇主工作6个月后才能申请，这类拒签率会高，这类职业不适合持毕业生工签的申请人
Occupations - Skilled Worker - Nova Scotia Immigration
The Office of Immigration does not have a specific occupation or skills shortage list for the Skilled Worker Stream.
The Office of Immigration uses the National Occupational Classification (NOC) to classify jobs according to duties, formal qualifications and experience specified by the employer. The NOC helps determine whether a job meets the skill levels established for skilled and semi-skilled worker occupations, and whether the candidate’s qualifications and experience match the requirements of the job.
The NOC matrix provides an overview of the entire occupational classification structure based on skill levels and skill types. For more details on NOC skill levels and types, visit http://noc.esdc.gc.ca/English/home.aspx .
The Office of Immigration differentiates between skilled workers, semi-skilled and low-skilled workers.
Skilled workers are defined as individuals with an occupation within NOC 0, A or B. Priority will be awarded to these higher skilled occupations.
Semi-skilled workers have occupations that fall under NOC C.
The Office of Immigration may consider applications based on local labour market requirements and conditions. At the time of submission, applicants must have at least six (6) months of work experience with the Nova Scotia employer supporting the application.
In most cases, employers need to obtain a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from Service Canada to hire a temporary foreign worker in Canada.
Low-skilled workers have occupations that fall under NOC D.
The Office of Immigration may consider applications from individuals in these occupations only if all other eligibility criteria are met. At the time of submission, the principal applicant must have worked for at least six (6) months with the Nova Scotia employer supporting the application.
There must be indicators of success in the application and strong employer support such as contribution to the immigration fees, accommodation/housing, language training, and career training plans.
The Office of Immigration will not consider applications from individuals on a federal post-graduation work permit whose occupations fall under NOC D.
The Office of Immigration reserves the right to consider only certain types of jobs and occupations for nomination. This decision will depend on the current economic situation of the Nova Scotia labour market needs.