Saskatchewan PNP invites 621 candidates

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Saskatchewan has just held its largest PNP draw since February, On September 15, Saskatchewan PNP invited a total of 621 candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence.

Canada’s thriving economy and inclusive society are a big attraction for foreigners. It offers excellent opportunities for skilled and young immigrants from all over the world who want to seek greener pastures in Canada.

PNPs offer qualified foreigners a Nomination Certificate to apply for Permanent Residency (PR). There are approximately 80 different PNPs in Canada, with different eligibility criteria under each program.

SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program)

The SINP is among the top preferred PNPs. It provides a simple route to skilled foreigners to get the provincial nomination that allows them to migrate to Canada. Saskatchewan, through SINP:

  • Nominate and invites applicants who want to set up businesses, live, or work in the province
  • Recommends successful nominees to the Canadian federal government for PR

Applying to SINP and getting the Saskatchewan’s nomination can increase your chances of receiving an ITA for Canadian PR.

 SINP has several categories. The Saskatchewan’s IOD (Occupation in Demand) and the Express Entry Stream are some of the easiest ways of receiving the provincial nomination.

OID (Occupation in Demand)

If you have experience in Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations and meets the basic criteria for the stream, the OID is your best option. This steam has the easiest requirements:

  • The needed score on the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) assessment is just 4
  • You can apply for the PR to the IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) if you hold the nomination

Express Entry Stream

If you have registered your profile in the Federal Express Entry System, the SINP can access your data. SINP will evaluate your profile and notify you to apply in the Express Entry Stream.

You’ll then receive the Saskatchewan’s provincial nomination; it enables you to earn an additional 600 CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) points. It guarantees you get an ITA (Invitation to Apply) from IRCC in the subsequent Express Entry draw for PR.

Other subcategories through which you can get your PR status include:

  • Entrepreneur And Farm Category
  • International Skilled Worker Category
  • Saskatchewan Experience Category

Why Saskatchewan can be a good option to migrate to Canada?

  • SINP is not as rigid as the federal Express Entry program
  • You get extra 600 points in the CRS when you apply for your PR through SINP.
  • If you have cousins or other family members already living in Saskatchewan, the SINP allocates you an extra CRS score. Other provinces award points only if you have blood relatives staying in the province.
  • SINP application processing is fast. The Saskatchewan’s certificate of nomination takes only roughly six months.
  • The needed language score is relatively low.
  • In the NOC (National Occupation Classification) code list, Saskatchewan has over 200 occupations. It broadens prospects for skilled personnel from different domains and fields.

To qualify for the SINP, you need at least one year of experience in the intended occupation listed on the list of In-Demand Occupations. You also need to score at least 60 points in the SINP grid. You apply by sending an EOI (expression of interest) to Saskatchewan Immigration.

There are several ways of immigrating to Canada. Rameh law has the expertise and experience to guide you through the entire process of getting your PR. From selecting a suitable immigration category, helping you do all the groundwork you need, to filing your application documents, Rameh Law will be there for you.

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