News releases from Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021) (Page 3)

Nova Scotia's New Business Immigration Streams Launched

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Government officially launched its two new business immigration streams Jan. 1.

Successful Refugee Donations Drop-off Centre to Close Early

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Due to the overwhelming generosity of Nova Scotians, the Refugee Donations Drop-off Centre in Halifax will no longer accept donations after Tuesday, Jan. 5.

La Nouvelle-Écosse lance le traitement électronique de la plupart des demandes d’immigration

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

À compter d’aujourd’hui, 17 décembre, la plupart des immigrants potentiels en Nouvelle-Écosse peuvent faire une demande d’immigration au moyen d’un nouveau système en ligne.

Nova Scotia Introduces E-processing for Most Immigration Applications

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Effective today, Dec. 17, most prospective immigrants to Nova Scotia are able to apply to immigrate through a new online system.

Preparations to Welcome Incoming Refugees Continue

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Preparation for the arrival of Syrian refugees in Nova Scotia continues with the opening of a drop-off centre for donations in Halifax.

211 to Co-ordinate Offers of Support for Refugees

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Nova Scotians wishing to offer support for refugees who will soon settle in the province can call 211.

Summit Brings Together Major Immigration Partners

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Businesses, community leaders, newcomers, municipal officials, post-secondary institutions, and settlement partners come together in Halifax today, Oct. 26, to discuss ways to enhance immigration to Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia Launches New Business Immigration Streams

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Nova Scotia is launching two new business immigration streams to attract international entrepreneurs and to retain international graduates of provincial universities and colleges.

Nova Scotia Rewarded With More Immigration Nominations After Early Success

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Government has successfully negotiated an increase of 300 immigration nominations for its two new express entry streams, nearly doubling the province's total nomination allocation for 2015.

Government Launches New Immigration Stream

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Government is launching its second new immigration stream this year called Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry.

Attracting, Welcoming More Immigrants to Cape Breton

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration is working with post-secondary schools, the YMCA and other partners to promote immigration to Cape Breton and attract more newcomers.

Halifax Business Community, Newcomers Sitting Down for Dinner

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Halifax's business community is sitting down to dinner tonight, April 30, with newcomers to Nova Scotia.

More Immigrants Settling, Staying in Nova Scotia

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

More immigrants chose to make Nova Scotia their home last year than at any time in the last ten years. More are also staying, with the highest retention rate in recent history.

Government Working on Retaining International Graduates

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Government wants Nova Scotians to participate in keeping international graduates in the province.

Lancement d'un nouveau volet d'immigration par la Nouvelle-Écosse

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

En janvier, la Nouvelle-Écosse lancera un nouveau volet d'immigration appelé « Demande de la Nouvelle-Écosse - Entrée Express ».

Nova Scotia to Launch New Immigration Stream

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Nova Scotia will launch a new immigration stream in January called Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry.

Le gouvernement vise à augmenter l'immigration en Nouvelle-Écosse

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021) / Premier's Office

Le premier ministre Stephen McNeil a annoncé, aujourd'hui 26 août, les noms des coprésidents du conseil consultatif du premier ministre sur l'immigration. Wadih Fares sera président national, et Colin Dodds sera président international.

Government Working to Enhance Immigration in Nova Scotia

Premier's Office / Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

Premier Stephen McNeil today, Aug. 26, announced joint chairs of the Premier's Immigration Advisory Council. Wadih Fares will serve as national chair and Colin Dodds will serve as international chair.

New Immigration Pathway Created for International Students

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

International graduates now have a route to immigrate to Nova Scotia after changes to the Provincial Nominee Program.

Nova Scotia Nominee Program Stream Closed to New Applications

Immigration (to Feb. 23, 2021)

The Regional Labour Market Demand stream is closed to new applicants.