The province of Saskatchewan in Canada has updated the International Skilled Worker segment under its Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) for the month of May.
The SINP is a Provincial Nominee Program of Saskatchewan This program provides potential immigrants, who have the necessary skills and experience that the province needs, eligibility to get a Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Certificate, letting these foreigners apply for permanent residence in Canada.
Here are the following updates:
The sub-category, the International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry, has now been reopened to receive 500 applications more. This sub-category is meant for skilled workers having experience in professions that are in demand in Saskatchewan. These skilled workers should be already enrolled in the federal Express Entry Pool. Since this is an enhanced immigration branch, a successful selection will give the applicants 600 points under the CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) and also an ITA (Invitation to Apply) for a draw that would be held later on from the Express Entry pool. This course was opened four times in 2015 and once in January 2016. Application intake for this sub-category gets filled in within few days.
The sub-category of the International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer, which is still accepting applications, is meant for skilled personnel having a job offer in the skilled category from an employer in Saskatchewan.
The sub-category of the International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand has already received the maximum number of applications that can be accepted this year. This sub-category is meant for highly skilled workers who have experience in professions that are in demand in Saskatchewan, but do not yet have a job offer there.
Skilled Indians wanting to shift to Saskatchewan province can drop in at one of the Y-Axis offices spread across India to know more about the opportunities they can avail in this province.