Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program
The name ‘Saskatchewan’ is derived from an anglicized version of a word in the Cree language that stands for “swiftly flowing river”.
Saskatchewan is one of the three Prairie Provinces of Canada. Alberta and Manitoba are the other two.
With British Columbia entering the picture, the four provinces together form the Canadian Western Provinces.
Bounded by the US states of Montana and North Dakota to the south, Saskatchewan has the Northwest Territories sharing the border in the north. While Manitoba lies towards the east, Alberta makes up the neighbouring Canadian province in the west.
Saskatchewan enjoys the unique distinction of being the only Canadian province that has fully artificially made boundaries, that is, not formed by a natural feature. The province is one of the two Canadian provinces that do not have a saltwater coast.
Saskatchewan is the sixth-most populous province in Canada, the fifth-largest of them all in terms of area.
A part of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program [PNP], SINP Canada refers to the PNP of Saskatchewan, that is, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program [SINP].
An individual looking to migrate overseas to Canada and settle within Saskatchewan after acquiring their Canadian permanent residence would have to go through the Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program.
|Saskatchewan PNP categories available|
|International Skilled Worker||International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry|
|International Skilled Worker: Occupations In-Demand|
|International Skilled Worker: Employment Offer|
|Worker with Saskatchewan Work Experience||Saskatchewan Experience: Skilled Worker with Existing Work Permit|
|Saskatchewan Experience: Semi-Skilled Agriculture Worker with Existing Work Permit|
|Saskatchewan Experience: Health Professionals|
|Saskatchewan Experience: Students|
|Saskatchewan Experience: Hospitality Sector|
|Saskatchewan Experience: Long-Haul Truck Driver|
|International Graduate Entrepreneur|
|Farm Owner and Operator||Farm Owners and Operators|
|Farm Owners and Operators – Young Farmer Stream|
In order to be able to immigrate to Saskatchewan as an International Skilled Worker a candidate will be required to score at least 60 points [out of a maximum of 120 points available] on the SINP point assessment grid.
|SINP draws in March 2022|
|Total Invitations: 414|
|Sl. No.||Invitation Date||Stream||Total number of Invitations|
|3||March 08, 2022||International Skilled Worker EOI System||235|
|2||March 04, 2022||International Skilled Worker EOI System||121|
|1||March 03, 2022||Entrepreneur EOI System||58|
SINP International Skilled Workers: Expression of Interest (EOI) Selection Results 2022
Date of Invitations to Apply
Score of Lowest Ranked Candidate
January 12, 2022
Total invitations: 104
Saskatchewan PNP Program Application Process
Generally, applying for a PNP nomination involves a 2-step process.
The first step is that of submitting an Expression of Interest [EOI] with the PNP program concerned. The SINP in this case.
Those successful in securing a PNP nomination through Saskatchewan might then proceed onto the next part of the process. Here, an application for Candian permanent residence will have to be submitted with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC].
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What is an SINP International Skilled Worker Expression of Interest [EOI]?
A pre-application that is required by the SINP. An SINP International Skilled Worker EOI involves filling out an online form as a way of indicating an interest in applying to the SINP.
Are all EOIs invited by the SINP?
No. Not all are invited. Profiles from the International Skilled Worker EOI system that have the skills needed by the provincial job market in Saskatchewan are selected. If selected, a candidate will be issued an Invitation to Apply.
Can I make multiple EOI profiles with the SINP?
No. A candidate can have only 1 EOI profile with the SINP at any given point in time.
Is there a ‘cap’ or limit on the total number of candidates that can submit an EOI with the SINP?
No. There is no limitation on the number of candidates that might submit their EOI to Saskatchewan Canada PNP
How often do SINP draws take place?
Typically, SINP draws take place on a bi-monthly basis.
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