On 1st November 2018, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) held a draw and issued about 926 invites to apply for provincial nomination to sub-categories, Express Entry (EE) and Occupation In-Demand Applicants.
In July, the province moved to Expression of Interest (EOI) system, nearing to 671 invites were sent through Occupation In-Demand stream to the aspiring applicants who have submitted their EOI profile. Applicants who secured a score of 61 received an invite. For this draw, many applicants received invites under this stream when compared to earlier draws held till now.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) issued about 225 invites under Express Entry (EE) stream for applicants having an EOI profile. The candidates who received a score as low as 60 got an invite under this category.
The invited candidates have done their Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) to support their profile.
The Express Entry (EE) applicants who got a provincial nomination from the above Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program receive an extra 600 points to their overall Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) system. The additional points will increase their chance of getting an ITA for Canada PR (Permanent Residence) in the coming Federal Express Entry Draw.
Individuals who are interested in migrating to Saskatchewan Province under the Express Entry (EE) or Occupation In-Demand stream, they must take the first step and register their profile. While registering their profile, they would require to answer questions relating to work experience, past education and other factors to enter the EOI pool of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).
After submission of their EOI, their application gets evaluated against the province point’s assessment grid. A specific score gets allotted out of the total 100. The applicants who get high scores, invitations are issued to apply for a provincial nomination for Canada PR through varied draws conducted from time to time, from the Expression of Interest (EOI) pool, the candidates are selected.
The SINP program while selecting the candidates applies a set of filters especially for cases where many applicants have similar scores. The filters refine categories based on official language proficiency, connection to the province and work experience in an occupation, which requires high-skill. The above skill should be listed in the Saskatchewan province, In- Demand Occupations List.
Saskatchewan province offers easy pathways to migrate to Canada on a permanent basis. To find more details get in touch with our immigration experts.