Saskatchewan reopens- reaches the cap within quick hours of time

Posted on January 4, 2017

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) which reopened on January 4, 2017 opened and closed quickly.  The program received 500 new applications for its International Skilled Worker- Occupations In Demand sub-category within few hours.

The International Skilled Worker- Occupations In Demand sub category gives a chance to skilled workers with experience and skills in an in-demand occupation to apply for a SINP Provincial Nomination Certificate. On gaining this certificate, chances of PR under the Express Entry system increase and the applicant does not need a job offer under this base sub category.

Though this subcategory has opened numerous times in 2016 and reached the intake cap quite quickly- within hours, the re-opening of this program in the early 2017 and reaching its cap quick as ever indicates that Saskatchewan looks forward to many new applicants during the year 2017 too. Determining the speed at which this popular Canadian immigration subcategory opened and then closed, immigration experts alert interested & eligible applicants to be prepared to submit their applicants as soon as the next opening is announced.