The province of Saskatchewan, on September 1, announced its SINP draw for the International Skilled Workers under two categories: Express Entry and Occupations in Demand. The recent draw took place just after a week after the last SINP draw on 25th August.
This marks the province of Saskatchewan’s target of one draw per week. Meanwhile, the lowest acceptable CRS score for both the categories were 61 points.
A total of 941 candidates got the invitation to apply for permanent resident visa through the latest SINP draw. Out of which, 312 belonged to the Express Entry category and the other 629 candidates were from the occupation in demand category of the SINP.
The classification numbers of occupations that were eligible for the Express Entry category draw were: 2263, 3143, 3211, 3212, 3214, 3215, 3216, 3219, 3234, and 4151
While that of the Occupation in Demand were: 2263, 3143, 3211, 3212, 3214, 3215, 3216, 3219, 3234, and 4151
Three of the most important economic-class immigration programs in Canada are managed by Express Entry: the Federal Skilled Trades Program, the Federal Skilled Worker Program, and the Canadian Experience Class.
For consideration in receiving an invitation to submit an application for a provincial nomination, candidates with Express Entry accounts should also build EOI profiles for Saskatchewan.
Candidates for Express Entry who earn a provincial nomination from the province of Saskatchewan are given an extra 600 points for their CRS score.
They now have an opportunity to seek Canadian permanent residence thanks to this reward.
As cores PNP, the Occupations In-Demand subcategory is accessible to immigrants without an Express Entry profile.
For trained and experienced employees with expertise in a profession that is in demand in Saskatchewan but who do not yet possess an offer of employment from the government, see this category.
Foreign citizens must construct an EOI profile through the SINP’s online application process in order to file for Canadian immigration through this subcategory.
The EOI system in Saskatchewan enables the province to choose immigrants who possess the ability to succeed in the prairie province.
Candidates will be judged on how well they can adapt to Saskatchewan based on their employment history, schooling, language skills, age, and ties to the region.
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