Noteworthy uplift in Immigration number in Nova Scotia, says provincial government

March 25, 2015
Significant bolster in Immigration figure in Nova Scotia, says provincial government

Government of Nova Scotia revealed that more number of overseas individuals is preferring to make its province as their home than ever before. As per the new statistics of the country, it has seen a steady rise in the overseas immigrants count compared to last ten years. 

Immigration Minister of the province, Lena Metlege Diab noted in a statement that during the 2014-2014 around 2,661 migrants settled in the country to grab the job prospects in the reputed organization of the province. An overseas applicant mulling on to reside and work in the country permanently can make use of popular visa options that are present in the province. In the previous year, nearly 717 applicants have immigrated to their dream province by making use of the Nova Scotia Nominee Program. Few of the concerned sources of the country note that this is the highest immigration number which the country has ever seen before. Diab further added that its steady economy and ample number of career and employment opportunities is luring more immigrants to choose their province a best destination to start their new life.  

As per the new figures of the country, she further added that 71% of overseas individuals who have arrived from other nations in Nova Scotia during 2007-11 have settled in the province without any constrains from the government. With an intention to grab the attention of more number of immigrants, the Nova Scotia government is all set to streamline the application process for well educated and skilled migrants. Apart from those few of the concerned officials of the country are also planning to strengthen the relationships between resolution service providers and government and advanced the province nominee program to make more overseas students reside in the province effortlessly without any restrictions.

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