New Draw by Saskatchewan: Invites 198 candidates

By Joseph Parker [Published 07 May, 2022 | 05:42 AM] 5574
New Draw by Saskatchewan: Invites 198 candidates

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has issued 198 Canada immigration invites in a new Expression of Interest draw. The province's Occupations In-Demand and Express Entry streams, which targeted 41 National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes issued 197 new immigration applicants with a minimum score of 85. The province also invited an applicant from Ukraine in direct response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

The draw was released on May 5. From the Occupations In-Demand category, 91 candidates were invited with a minimum score of 85.

106 invitations were issued from the Express Entry, with a minimum score of 85.

A single candidate was invited from country of residence as Ukraine with a score of 71. 

Occupations targeted for this draw were with NOCs as: 1221, 1122, 1241, 1123, 0621, 4033, 0014, 4164, 4212, 0121, 4169, 2212, 0421, 9232, 8222, 4216, 0911, 1243, 2241, 2263, 0821, 4152, 0423, 7237, 9212, 2142, 2151, 2242, 7251, 0712, 7283, 4166, 2144, 2243, 7271, 2252, 1313, 2253, 4161, 7232, 1222

Saskatchewan is one of the most demanded Province by aspiring immigrants. The  Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) chooses individuals based on a set of criteria, such as education, experience, and talents. However, the criteria may be altered without notice to meet the needs of the province, and new applications will be handled using the most recent criteria.


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Minimum eligibility to apply for Saskatchewan PNP

  • Candidates must achieve a minimum of 60 out of 100 points in Saskatchewan's point assessment grid and meet other significant criteria to be considered for the International Skilled Worker Category and Experience Category.
  • A valid Express entry profile number as well as a job seeker validation code are required.
  • They must demonstrate their language competency by taking a language exam recognised by a valid testing agency, such as IELTS for English and TEF for French.
  • Must have completed at least one year of post-secondary education or training (degree, diploma, or certificate) that is comparable to the Canadian educational system.
  • Must have a minimum of one year of working experience in a NOC skill level 0, A, or B occupation, and the occupation must be in high demand in the province.
  • If the occupation is regulated in the province, the candidate must obtain the appropriate certification or licensure.
  • Enough settlement funds, as well as a settlement plant grid and other important conditions, are required.

What is the process to apply for SINP?

The Expression of Interest (EOI) is operated by the Saskatchewan Express Entry program. Candidates that meet the basic stream requirements can use the SINP Online platform to create an online profile. After submitting their profiles, the SINP Ranking System will assign each candidate a score and rank them against one another based on a provincial cut-off score. During one of the SINP draws, the highest-ranking candidates will get an Invitation to Apply (ITA).

A candidate must then submit a comprehensive application to Saskatchewan within the specified period after getting an invitation. After that, the candidates must pay a non-refundable application fee of $350 CAD when applying for SINP. If Saskatchewan approves the application, the candidate will be notified that they have been chosen for provincial nomination. This notice will be emailed to the applicant's Express Entry profile via their IRCC online account post which they will have 30 days to accept the nomination.


Tags: Canada immigration, EOI, express entry, immigration, Occupations In-Demand, PNP, pr, provincial nominee program, Saskachewan, Saskatchewan immigration, sinp, skilled worker

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