Saskatchewan Immigration: Recent Draw Issues 858 ITAs to Skilled Workers -4th November, 2019

Saskatchewan Immigration: Recent Draw Issues 858 ITAs to Skilled Workers
The Saskatchewan PNP's latest draw held on 31 Oct invited 858 applicants in Express Entry & Occupation In-demand to appeal for a nomination from the province.

Saskatchewan has administered 11 draws in the preceding 6 weeks through the subcategory Express Entry and subcategory Occupations In-demand under Saskatchewan Provincial Program (SINP). None of these demands a job offer in the province or work experience in the Nation.

The sub-category of Saskatchewan Express Entry is joined with the federal Express Entry program. Immigration applicants who don't have a profile in Express Entry can apply by the sub-category of Saskatchewan Occupation In-demand.

Since 25 September, Saskatchewan PNP has administered 6 draws in the Express Entry sub-category and 5 draws in the Occupation In-demand sub-category. Throughout these 11 draws, Saskatchewan declared 4704 invitations to appeal. These draws were carried after Saskatchewan adopted the latest approach in terms of the professions that are eligible for nomination from the province. Saskatchewan PNP substituted its restricted List of In-demand Occupations with an Excluded Occupations List as a consequence of which, the number of eligible professions was expanded from 19 to above 200.

Both the sub-categories require the applicant to have one year of work experience in the list of eligible professions of Saskatchewan. The profession must also be linked to the applicant area of study.

The new Saskatchewan PNP draw issued ITAs to candidates with work experience in approximately 58 occupations that involved information systems analysts, human resource specialists, data administrators, database analysts, aircraft mechanics etc.

Saskatchewan PNP's EOI

For an applicant to be considered for a Saskatchewan provincial nomination under the subcategory of Express Entry or subcategory of Occupations In-demand, they must first provide an Expression of Interest to the Saskatchewan Provincial Program. Each EOI profile is evaluated based on several eligibility factors and given a score out of 100. The highest-scoring applicants are invited in the recent Saskatchewan draws. The 31 October draw invited all appellants who secured a minimum score of 69.

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