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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is a way to immigrate to Canada. With a provincial nomination, your chances of getting Canada PR get increased. A minimum of 60/100 is needed to be eligible under SINP.

SINP seeks applications under the four categories of – International Skilled Worker Category, Saskatchewan Experience Category, Entrepreneur Category, and Farm Category.

 

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 1. International Skilled Worker Category

Skilled workers from outside Canada can apply for opportunities under this category. The province of Saskatchewan will select candidates to nominate for immigration if they have the skilled work experience any one of Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations under this category.

2. Saskatchewan Experience Category

This category allows foreign nationals who are already living and working in Saskatchewan aspiring to become permanent residents to apply. This program is further divided into several streams.

3. Entrepreneur and Farm Category

This category is for those wanting to start a business in the province or wishing to own or operate a farm in Saskatchewan.

An application under any of these categories requires meeting the eligibility requirements.

Application Process:

Application to the SINP is a two-step process.

You must first submit an Expression of Interest to SINP in the first step. Using the SINP points evaluation grid, you will be given a score out of 100 points based on your qualifications. To be considered you need to score at least 60 out of 100 points. Candidates with the highest scores are eligible to submit a SINP application.

In the second stage, you must file an official provincial nomination application. If your application is approved, you can apply for your permanent resident status directly to the Canadian government.

Factors that are assessed include –

[I] Labor Market Success – maximum of 70 points

  • Education and Training
  • Skilled Work Experience
  • Language Ability
  • Age

[II] Connection to Saskatchewan Labor Market & Adaptability – maximum of 30 points

For calculating eligibility – Factor I + Factor II = 100

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EDUCATION & TRAINING

  • Master’s or Doctorate degree
  • University Degree that required at least three years of full-time study
  • Trade certification equivalent to journey person status in Saskatchewan (credential must be approved by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission)
  • Degree, diploma or certificate that required at least two years of full-time post-secondary study, or certificate equivalent
  • Degree, diploma or certificate that required at least one year of full-time post-secondary study, or certificate equivalent to a trade certificate

SKILLED WORK EXPERIENCE

Work Experience during the most recent five years prior to application
  • 5 years
  • 4 years
  • 3 years
  • 2 years
  • 1 year
Work Experience during the six to ten year period prior to application
  • 5 years
  • 4 years
  • 3 years
  • 2 years
  • 1 year

LANGUAGE ABILITY: FIRST LANGUAGE

  • CLB 8 and higher
  • CLB 7
  • CLB 6
  • CLB 5

AGE

The principal applicant’s age points are calculated according to the date of application to the SINP.
  • <18 years
  • 18-21 years
  • 22-34 years
  • 35-45 years
  • 46-50 years
  • >50 years

Connection to Saskatchewan Labour Market & Adaptability

Close relative in Saskatchewan (The applicant or accompanying spouse has a close relative that is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident residing in Saskatchewan – includes: parent, sibling, grandparent, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, cousin and step-family members or in-laws of the same relationships. The family members in Saskatchewan must meet the requirements as listed in the Application guide)
  • Yes
  • No
Previous work experience in Saskatchewan Previous work experience in Saskatchewan valid work permit)
  • Yes
  • No
Previous student experience in Saskatchewan (The applicant studied at a recognized Saskatchewan education institution for at least one full time academic year on a valid study permit)
  • Yes
  • No
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