Nova Scotia Entrepreneur Program

The NSNP Entrepreneur Stream is a temporary to permanent residence program whereby approved applicants are required to operate a business in the province of Nova Scotia on a valid work permit for a minimum of one continuous year prior to being nominated for permanent residence in Canada.

Entrepreneur Category:

The Nova Scotia Entrepreneur stream is one of the streams of the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP), a Provincial Candidate Program (PNP), worked by the province of Nova Scotia. This stream is planned to target experienced commerce proprietors or senior commerce directors who need to live in Nova Scotia.


International Graduate Entrepreneur Category:

This stream is outlined to target later graduates of a Nova Scotia college or Nova Scotia Community College. Candidates must have as of now begun or bought a Nova Scotia trade and worked it for at slightest one year.


Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry:

This stream is outlined to target newcomers who will be able to fill deficiencies in Nova Scotia’s work powers by rapidly and effortlessly coordination into the workforce.


Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry:

This stream is planned to target newcomers with work experience in Nova Scotia who will be able coordinated into Nova Scotia’s workforce long term.


Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities for Physicians:

This stream targets trained physicians with an active profile in the Federal Express Entry pool.


Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities:

This stream is designed to target workers with experience in extremely high-demand occupations or those with proficiency in the province’s language priorities.


Occupations In Demand:

This stream targets workers holding a job offer from a Nova Scotian employer in an in-demand field.


Physician Stream:

The stream is designed to assist Nova Scotia health organizations to recruit highly skilled foreign doctors to fill labour shortages in the province’s health sector.


Skilled Worker Category:

The stream is designed to assist Nova Scotian employers to recruit international workers in order to fill gaps in the labour force.