The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee (SINP) Program draw held on 28 November featured invitations to apply through both the province’s Occupations In-Demand and Express Entry streams.
Express Entry applicants received 200 invitations to apply, while Occupations In-Demand applicants received 260 invitations to apply. Both streams recorded a minimum required score of 69 points.
This draw was the 8th since the S.I.N.P notably expanded its list of qualified professions, from 19 to 218.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee (SINP) Program’s Express Entry category is connected to the Federal Express Entry system, which leads the pool of aspirants for 3 economic-class immigration programs:
In order to receive a provincial nomination from the province of Saskatchewan through either category, applicants primarily need to first enroll their Expression of Interest (E.O.I) with the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee (SINP) Program.
Qualified Expression of Interest profiles for both categories are granted with a score that is out of 100 it depends on the Saskatchewan PNP’s Global Skilled Worker Evaluation Points Grid, which counts human capital factors such as the age of the principle applicant, relevant skilled work experience, education, skill in the languages of English and/or French and attachments to Saskatchewan province.
This score defines the applicant rank in the pool of EOI and the highest-scoring contestants are issued with an invitation to apply by periodic draws which are conducted by the Saskatchewan PNP.Stay Updated with Zentora newsletters to get more updates and information about Visa and Immigration. Please fill our free assessment form to understand whether you are eligible or not and we will reach you soon with better options for your profile.