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Dreams Come True. 캐나다 NSNP RLMDS. 2014 년 4 월 9 일 ( 수 ). ( 주 ) 한마음이민유학센터. 김미현. 대표 이민컨설턴트 ICCRC 413431. Canada. 캐나다 이민 부류들에 대하여. 독립적인 경제이민이 60% 차지 주정부이민 , 경험이민 , 퀘벡이민 증가 부모초청 건 급증 -> 슈퍼비자탄생 및 CAP 운영 빠른 배우자 초청 ( 법률혼 , 사실혼 ) 조건부영주권 난민 수속기간 및 수속절차 개정. 경제이민.

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Dreams Come True

캐나다 NSNP


2014년 4월 9일 (수)



대표 이민컨설턴트 ICCRC 413431

캐나다 이민 부류들에 대하여

독립적인 경제이민이 60% 차지

주정부이민, 경험이민, 퀘벡이민 증가

부모초청 건 급증 -> 슈퍼비자탄생 및 CAP운영

빠른 배우자 초청(법률혼, 사실혼) 조건부영주권

난민 수속기간 및 수속절차 개정



난민 & 인도주의

  • 전문인력이민(FSW)

  • 경험이민(CEC)

  • 퀘백이민(CSQ)


  • 주정부추천이민(PNP)

  • 배우자/자녀 초청

  • 부모초청

  • -> 2014년 1월 2일 OPEN

  • -> 2014년 2월 3일 마감

  • 입양 및 기타

  • 국제협약 난민

  • 보호대상자

  • 인도주의 이민

경제이민 현황

  • 경제이민 수용목표 약 16만 명 (총 수용목표 약 26만 명 중)

  • FSW – 약 56000명

  • Business – 약 6,000명 Others

  • PNP – 약 40,000명

  • Quebec – SW: 약 34000명, Business: 약 6,000명

이민 정착지역 및 이민변화추세

신청자 연령대 낮아지고

영어능력 요소 강화하고

모든 부분의 심사규정 강화되고

연방 기업/투자이민 폐지

PNP 프로그램 다양하게 운영 중

적극적인 사업수행을

유도하는 창업비자 개설

PNP&CSQ증가 (50%)

퀘백투자이민 9월8일 OPEN 예정

PEI 투자이민 6월에 마감 예정





Nsnp rlmds

  • The Province of Nova Scotia has created a new immigration option for aspiring permanent residents called the Regional Labour Market Demand Stream.

  • This stream, which is administered under the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP), is particularly exciting because individuals do not need a job offer in Canada to apply.

About the premier
About the Premier early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014.

  • Stephen, 49, is the 12th of 17 siblings who were born and raised in Nova Scotia’s beautiful Annapolis Valley.

  • Stephen graduated from Nova Scotia Community College and put down roots in Bridgetown, where he owned and operated a small business for 18 years.

  • He was inspired to serve his community by his late mother, Theresa, who was the first female sheriff in Canada.

  • Stephen was elected to the Legislative Assembly to serve the people of Annapolis in 2003. After winning re-election in 2006, he became leader of the Nova Scotia Liberal party in 2007.

  • Stephen served as leader the official opposition for four years before being elected Premier on Oct. 8, 2013.

  • Stephen lives in the Annapolis Valley with his wife Andrea. They have two grown children, Colleen and Jeffrey.

Ns 7 regions
NS 7 REGIONS early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014.

Bay of Fundy  & Annapolis Valley

  • The Bay of Fundy’s unique landscape is shaped by the highest tides in the world; its waters are home to 15 species of whales. It’s like nowhere else on earth – and that’s not just some marketing slogan. 

  • The Annapolis Valley is shaped by fertile soils that nourish lush farms and vineyards, where markets and wineries have taken root alongside Mi’kmaq legends and heritage sites celebrating the earliest European settlements in North America.

    Cape Breton Island

  • Ceilidh is the Gaelic word for ‘gathering,’ and the #1 must-see island in North America welcomes visitors from around the world. Skyline hiking trails, the Bras d’Or lake inland sea, dramatic coastal look-offs and the world-renown Cabot Trail…Cape Breton is a sight for all eyes.

    Eastern Shore

  • Home to Nova Scotia’s longest sand beach, the Eastern Shore offers year-round surfing, sea kayaking in the island-strewn waters, and the chance for birders to cross Great Blue Herons, Atlantic Puffins and Sandpipers off their list. It’s an outdoor enthusiast’s sandbox.

  • Starting at the edge of the Halifax Metro Region, the meandering Eastern Shore is also rich in historical diversity, with living museums and heritage sites devoted to fishing, farming and gold-mining.

    Halifax Metro

  • Halifax Metro combines the sometimes turbulent history of a strategic port city with the youthful spirit of a modern university town. 

  • By day, check out eclectic shops, artisan studios, museums and galleries. By night, take in a show, get an earful of music, savour award-winning cuisine, and hoist a pint in a place with more pubs and clubs per capita than almost anywhere else. For those not spooked by the shadows, a ghost walk explores our graveyards and haunted houses. Even the dead come alive around here.

    Northumberland Shore

  • Birthplace of New Scotland, Gaelic culture lives on in the Northumberland Shore region. The skirl of bagpipes mingles with the cries of eagles, osprey, and cormorants hunting for food in tidal salt marshes.

  • On the Northumberland shore sit back and relax, this region is known for long sandy beaches with warm gentle waters, some of the warmest beaches in Atlantic Canada. The meandering coastal drive winds over 200km, stop at a wharf and buy some of the tastiest lobster in the world fresh from fisherman or discover one of the many finely skilled arts on the Artisan Way.

    South Shore

  • Navigate the sea-sculpted coast of the South Shore past weathered fishing villages, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Town Lunenburg, beaches & bays, and some 40-plus lighthouses – including the famous beacon at Peggy’s Cove. 

  • Discover privateering legends, tales of pirate treasure, and artisans who craft treasures of their own. Then head inland to Kejimkujik National Park for a soul-restoring natural adventure, come face to history with Mi’kmaq petroglyphs etched in rock, and see the stars like you didn’t think was possible thanks to a Dark Sky Preserve.

    Yarmouth & Acadian Shores

  • Squint through the fog and you might see a ghost ship on the horizon. Or maybe it’s just a lobster boat, because in the Yarmouth & Acadian Shore region, both the English and French have long earned a living from the unforgiving ocean.

  • Walk a day in their rubber boots at one of many ‘Living Wharves’ where real-life fishermen show you how they make their haul. Afterwards, reward your hard work with fresh seafood and traditional Acadian dishes. 

Applicants must meet the following criteria
applicants must meet the following criteria: early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014.

  • Be between the ages of 21 and 55;

  • Meet minimum language proficiency requirements;

  • Have at least two years of continuous full-time work experience within the past five years in an eligible occupation;

  • Intend to work in an eligible occupation;

  • Be legally residing in current country of residence;

  • Have sufficient funds for settlement in Nova Scotia;

  • Have at least a high school level of education and a degree, diploma, or certificate from a post-secondary institution;

    • Completed post-secondary program must be at least one year in length

  • Demonstrate intent to live in Nova Scotia and ability to become economically established in the province;

  • Complete an Employment Settlement Plan; and

  • Attend an interview, if required.

43 eligible occupations
43 eligible occupations early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014.

  • The list includes, but is not limited to, occupations in the following fields: engineering, health services (including nursing), skilled trades, and food service.

The settlement plan
The Settlement Plan early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014.

The settlement plan requires applicants

to answer questions on the following topics:

  • Intended occupation in Nova Scotia;

  • Reasons for choosing Nova Scotia;

  • Where they wish to settle and why.

  • By answering these questions, applicants demonstrate their desire to live in Nova Scotia as well as their readiness to quickly settle into their new homes.

The application process
The Application Process early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014.

NSNP is a two-step process.First, applicants must apply to the NSNP for provincial approval. For the Regional Labour Market Demand Stream, the NSNP has stated that processing times may be up to one month or more depending on the volume of applications received and the time required to assess the application documents. Nomination under the NSNP is solely at the discretion of the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration. Desirable applicants are then selected by the province and issued a Provincial Nomination Certificate. Second step of the process, the Federal government assesses an applicant’s admissibility with respect to medical and security/criminality concerns. The final authority rests with the Federal government, who is ultimately responsible for granting Canadian permanent resident status.

What this means for applicants
What This Means for Applicants early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014.

The Regional Labour Market Demand Stream is a chance for individuals to immigrate to one of Canada’s most economically and culturally dynamic provinces.

Q & A early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014.

Shape Your Family Future!

감 사 합 니 다 early March, and began considering applications on March 6, 2014. !!!

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