Saskatchewan Immigration: Express Entry Stream Draw Issues 986 Invitations -21st October, 2019

Saskatchewan Immigration: Express Entry Stream Draw Issues 986 Invitations

Recently, Saskatchewan's Express Entry stream attended an EOI draw on 17 October. A total of 986 applicants with special work experience were invited to appeal for nomination from the Saskatchewan province. This is the biggest-ever E.O.I (Expression of Interest) draw conducted by the Program of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee (S.I.N.P) so far.

Saskatchewan PNP launched the EOI system in July 2018, intending to manage Saskatchewan's Express Entry & Occupation In-Demand pathways. The latest Saskatchewan E.O.I draw has produced a record by announcing the largest number of invitations.

Saskatchewan's Express Entry Stream

This stream is connected to the Canadian Express Entry system that controls immigration by 3 economic immigration classes of Canada- the Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Worker Class, and Federal Skilled Trades Class.

To be qualified for a nomination from the Saskatchewan province, an Express Entry candidate doesn't need to have an offer of employment. However, the applicant must have valid work experience in a suitable occupation, which needs to be connected with their field of education.

In the 17 October 2019 Saskatchewan's Express Entry draw, invitations were announced to aspirants with work experience in one of the below occupations:

  • Foodservice and Restaurant managers (NOC 0631)
  • Wholesale and Retail trade managers (NOC 0621)
  • Managers in agriculture (NOC 0821)
  • Construction managers (NOC 0711)
  • Accounting technicians and bookkeepers (NOC 1311)
  • Other financial officers (NOC 1114)
  • Social and community service workers (NOC 4212)
  • Information systems consultants and analysts (NOC 2171)
  • Technical sales specialists – wholesale trade (NOC 6221)
  • Early childhood assistants and educators (NOC 4214)
  • Automotive service technicians, truck & bus mechanics & mechanical repairers (NOC 7321)
  • Heavy-duty equipment mechanics (NOC 7312)
The chosen applicants also had secured a minimum score of 67 below the Saskatchewan PNP's EOI point’s grid. This score is given to the applicants based on several factors such as age, language ability, education, work experience, etc. As per S.I.N.P, EOI score and profession are the two primary factors that determine a candidate’s possibilities receiving an invitation to apply from the province of Saskatchewan. The qualified professions in the list of Saskatchewan presently have higher than 200 occupations, which are qualified below sub-categories of both Express Entry & Occupation in Demand.

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