Candidates with lowest ever Canada CRS points 66 and 65, have received an invitation for Canada PR via Provincial Nomination. Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program offered 438 ITAs to apply for PN. This was on the latest Expression of Interest EOI invitation draw held on 27 September.
SINP revealed that 225 ITAs were offered to candidates in its sub-category aligned with Express Entry. Their Canada CRS scores were 65 points. 213 ITAs were offered to the candidates in the sub-category Occupations In-Demand. Their Canada CRS scores were 66 points, as quoted by the CIC News.
Both the above streams are pathways to Canada PR. The invited candidates under these 2 streams must now submit an application for Provincial Nomination. This is with the Saskatchewan Government.
Successful candidates in their PN application will receive 600 extra Canada CRS points. This is under the Express Entry selection system of the Government of Canada. This ensures them an ITA for Canada PR in the subsequent Express Entry Draw.
Candidates who did not have an Express Entry profile also received invites from SINP. This was under its sub-category Occupation In-Demand.
The sub-categories Express Entry aligned and Occupation In-Demand of SINP are popular with immigrant applicants. They have similar eligibility criteria. Job offer in Canada is not mandatory for the candidates to submit an EOI – Expression of Interest.
SINP sub-category aligned with Express Entry is eligible to candidates who possess a profile in Express Entry. The sub-category Occupations In-Demand is open to eligible candidates who do not have a profile in Express Entry.
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