Saskatchewan issued 1,044 invitations through In-demand Occupations and Express Entry streams of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) on May 18.
The latest Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) draw processed 260 invitations under In-demand Occupations and 784 ITAs under the Express Entry stream. The minimum CRS cut-offs for both draws were 67 points. The SINP draw considered candidates with active Express Entry profiles and issued ITAs across 31 NOC categories.
The Express Entry sub-category of Saskatchewan’s provincial immigration targets international candidates with an active Express Entry profile subject to:
Minimum 60 points on the assessment grid of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
IRCC-approved language test results
One year of post-secondary education as a diploma, certification, or apprenticeship
Educational Credentials Assessment for foreign education
Valid work experience
Proof of settlement funds
Candidates should submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile to enter the pool and receive Invitation to Apply. They have a maximum of 60 days to submit a complete application from the date of Invitation to Apply (ITA).
Saskatchewan is Canada’s prairie province promising diverse job opportunities besides its vibrant culture. Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) nominates candidates to apply for permanent residence to Canada’s federal immigration authorities. The SINP comprises three main categories: International Skilled Workers, Saskatchewan Experience, and Business Immigration.