Saskatchewan chooses newcomers to the province by the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program(S.I.N.P). Every year, the federal government of Canada allocates a specific number of nominations to the Saskatchewan province. Saskatchewan chooses and then nominates the eligible candidates for Canada PR through three principal categories, which are
These categories are further classified into different sub-categories aiming at various types of applicants.
For applicants in the Express Entry pool, Saskatchewan provincial nomination grants 600 extra CRS points to their Comprehensive Ranking System score that promises them an Invitation to Apply for Canada PR. The province of Saskatchewan may also nominate applicants who do not have a profile in the Express Entry pool.
In the initial three quarters of 2019, Saskatchewan province received 12,290 current permanent residents. A sum of 9,385 of these applicants was invited by economic class immigration while the outstanding 1,925 applicants were invited through the family class. In the previous year, Saskatchewan admitted a total of 15,510 new permanent residents–12,410 through economic class and 1,985 through the family class immigration.
If the federal government of Canada allows granting more powers to the province of Saskatchewan, its immigration system will be completely diverse from what it is today.
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