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The immigration program for those who care for people who need medical help.
The immigration program for those who care for people who need medical help.
licensed nurse (NOC 3233)
the younger nurse, the orderlies (NOC 3413)
people who provide home care and related specialties (NOC 4412)
Note: according to NOC 4412, only those who provide home care can be served.
full time employment means that you worked 30 paid hours per week (minimum); breaks in work are allowed (for example, a period without work, a prolonged illness or maternity leave); you must show that you have performed those duties that are listed in the job description for the NOC.
prove that you have a license to practice in Canada; provide evidence, at the time of filing you have a license issued by the provincial regulator; If your work experience and responsibilities do not match the job description in this NOC category, the application will not be considered.
education; practice; or other types of training listed in the NOC. Requirements for the language.
pass a test that is recognized by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC); (obtain the results of your test and determine the appropriate level of the CLB) If your work experience in Canada corresponds to NOC 3012 (registered nurse and registered nurse in a psychiatric clinic), your level of proficiency is English or French, or both languages must correspond to 7 by CLB.
The results of your test should not be more than two years old at the time of application. There is no other way to prove your level of language proficiency. The immigration officer will only consider the original test attached to the application.

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