Saskatchewan issued 610 invitations to Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand candidates in latest draw
It was the second major draw after the significant expansion of eligible occupations
Saskatchewan invites 610 Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence in Canada in latest draw held on October 2.
A total of 396 Express Entry candidates and 214 Occupations In-Demand candidates received invitations in this Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) draw. The minimum scores were 68 for both the Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-category.
Invited candidates represent 77 occupations, recorded by the SINP. Human resource professionals, engineers, computer network technicians, legal assistants, educational counsellors, natural & applied science researchers and cleaning supervisors were among those who received invitations in October 2 draw.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) allows the province to nominate eligible foreign workers for permanent residence in Canada through a number of immigration categories tailored to the different needs of its economic and labor market.
The Express Entry sub-category of SINP allows the Saskatchewan to nominate skilled workers with a profile in the federal Express Entry system.
To be considered for a nomination from the Saskatchewan, Express Entry candidates need to register a separate EOI with the SINP. High-scoring candidates are then invited to apply for a nomination from the province through regular draws from the pool.
Express Entry candidates, who obtain a nomination through the SINP’s Express Entry sub-category, receive additional 600 points toward their CRS scores, thereby guaranteeing them an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence in subsequent Express Entry draw.
Saskatchewan has recently revised it’s in demand occupation list to add more than 200 NOC occupations, which makes SINP one of the best pathways to get provincial nomination for permanent residency in Canada. It is also one of the easiest provincial programs to apply. While a minimum one year of full-time work experience is essential to apply for both of its subcategories; a job offer or work experience in Canada is not required to be eligible.
The candidates, who received invitations in October 2 draw, now have 60 days to submit their complete application to Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).
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