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Seeking Nurse Aides To Immigrate To Canada

GV5 Immigration and Business Consulting is looking for nurse aides who wish  to immigrate to Nova Scotia, Canada.  Individuals interested in being considered should email their resume and an expression of interest to andrew.vanslyke@gv5consulting.ca

The requirements for this program are:

  • 1 year of lower skilled work ( such as nurse aide, nanny ) in the past 3 years
  • Recent IELTS results
  • Enough money to support yourself when you arrive in Canada
  • A job offer from a designated employer ( we will help with this )

Ideal candidates will have a nursing degree,  however,  individuals with experience in home care without an RN back ground will also be considered.

Individuals who meet the requirements will be interviewed by interested employers.  Those who are successful with be offered jobs to support their application to immigrate to Canada.

If you are a nurse but only have skilled work experience there are other programs that may work for you.  If you are interested in this program or have any questions related to immigration please contact us at andrew.vanslyke@gv5consulting.ca

 

Seeking nurses and other professionals wanting to come to Canada

Are you are professional interested in coming to Canada?   Are you interested in knowing your options?

GV5 is seeking professionals with a serious interest to immigrate Canada .

The ideal candidates have:

  • 1 year or more of skilled work experience
  • High IELTS test scores
  • Sufficient funds to support themselves
  • Under 35 years old

If you meet these criteria there is strong chance you may qualify to come to Canada under Express Entry.

If  you sound like the ideal candidate or you just have questions send us an email at andrew.vanslyke@gv5consluting.ca

Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry will be opening soon

Nova Scotia’s Demand: Express Entry will be opening soon to accept applications for Permanent Residence.  The requirements for this program from their website are :

 

  • have at least 1 year of skilled work experience in one of our target occupations;
  • have a Canadian high school credential or equivalent;
  • prove language ability in English or French at Canadian Language Benchmark 7;
  • score 67 points or more on the stream’s six selection factors;
  • show enough financial resources to successfully settle in Nova Scotia;
  • have a profile registered in Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s Express Entry system

The target occupations have not been provided yet but last time the program opened it included nurses and other healthcare professionals, engineers, finical professions and workers in computer related fields among others.

If you are currently working in one of these fields or any other professional occupation contact us for a free assessment.

 

Express Entry: Will We See A Sub 400 Points Draw

Based on the statics of the number of people currently in the Express Entry pool There are just under 10,000 people with over 400 points.  Last draw saw 3,665 people invited to apply with scores of 423 or above.  Based on the current numbers of individuals in the pool, if there are not a significant number of new profiles added to the pool we could expect a sub 420 draw in 2 rounds or less.  With less than 10,000 people in the pool over 400 points it may not take long before there are few people left above 400 points.

As more and more people are invited to apply unless there is a significantly large enough number of people creating new profiles to meet the demand for invitations the required number of points the score will continue to fall.  If you are interested in immigrating to Canada there may never be a better time to create a profile.

If you are curious what your Comprehensive Ranking System Score  (CRS) would be you can get a rough estimate here

If you are interested in Creating an Express Entry profile of have any questions please feel free to contact us.

Express Entry Draw 423 points

It has been a good week for individuals in the Express Entry draw,  this weeks draw saw the score drop to 423 points.

As more individuals are being offered invitations to apply for Permanent Residence   there will be less people in the pool of candidates.   To reach the number of invitations the government wishes to extend they will have to continue to lower the score until the pool grows larger or the scoring system changes.

If you do not have an Express Entry profile yet or have any questions please contact us.