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Saskatchewan Holds SINP Draw After a Long Pause Issuing 35 Invites

Saskatchewan conducted the year’s first draw, issuing 35 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for provincial nomination under the Occupation-in-Demand and Express Entry categories.

The March 7 invitation round of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) was after a long gap of two months. The SINP draw had a lower CRS cut-off of 89 points to invite 35 candidates. The SINP Express Entry category invited 21 candidates, while the Occupations-in-Demand stream issued 14 invites.

All candidates having academic qualifications outside Canada required Educational Credential Assessments (ECA). The successful candidates receiving invites in the recent SINP draw have 60 days to pay $30 non-refundable processing fees and submit complete applications for the provincial nominations.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program contributes to 70 percent of total immigrants in the province. Saskatchewan boasts an impressive 85 percent retention rate, as most new immigrants arriving in the province prefer settling here.

Saskatchewan operates the International Skilled Worker, Saskatchewan Experience, Entrepreneur, and International Graduate Entrepreneur categories under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. The enhanced immigration category of the Express Entry-aligned provincial program adds 600 CRS points to the candidate’s score.

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