In Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) draw that took place on Nov 12, the province of Saskatchewan invited 525 Occupations In-demand & Express Entry candidates to apply for a nomination of Saskatchewan. Among the entire number of invitations announced in the Nov 12 SINP draw, 303 given to Express Entry applicants. If these applicants successfully apply and receive a nomination from the province, a supplementary 600 CRS score points would be attached to their cumulative CRS score. It would assure them an invitation to apply for Canada PR in the following federal Express Entry draw.
Occupation In-demand applicants got 222 invitations in the Nov 12 SINP draw. The Occupation In-Demand stream of the Saskatchewan PNP is open to those applicants who are not having an Express Entry profile. Both the streams of Express Entry & also the Occupation In-Demand are famous among Canadian immigration aspirants as both of the streams not require a job offer. However, to be suitable, candidates must have at least one year of work experience in a listed occupation, which must be linked to their area of study besides meeting additional criteria.
A sum of 12 invitation rounds has been managed since Saskatchewan substituted its short In-Demand Occupations List with an Excluded Professions List on 25 September. This move increased the number of qualified occupations for both Occupations In-demand and Express Entry sub-categories from 19 to 200 plus occupations. The number of invitations announced in all the invitation rounds conducted after this notable change was initiated, is 5229.
The 12 November 2019 S.I.N.P draw invited applicants with work experience in 94 professions that included HR managers, database analysts, database administrators, drafting technicians, and power engineers and operators of the power systems.
To be deemed for provincial nomination below either subcategory of Express Entry or Occupations In-Demand, an applicant must first submit an EOI to the SINP. Every EOI profile is granted a score out of 100 based on different eligibility factors such as education, age, skilled work experience, proficiency in language and previous links to Saskatchewan.
The highest-scoring appellants are invited by the province to appeal for a nomination in the draws that are held periodically. In the 12 November SINP draw, the minimum score required for candidates to be invited was 69. Those who received their education from outside Canada were also expected to have their educational qualifications evaluated.
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