On November 8, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) held a fresh draw for applicants from three categories: Express Entry, occupations in demand, and residents of Ukraine.
35 individuals in total were selected for this SINP draw. Below are the specifics of the November 8 SINP EOI selection draw.
From the Express Entry stream, 10 invites were distributed with certain NOC codes and a minimum score of 69. Selected applicants underwent a review of their academic credentials (ECA). Not all professions were chosen.
With a minimum score of 69, 21 invites were sent out from the Occupation in Demand stream. Invited candidates underwent a review of their academic credentials (ECA). Not all professions were chosen.
The below NOC codes apply to the professions that are qualified for both Express Entry and applicants for in-demand occupations in this SINP draw:
In addition, 4 applicants who now reside in Ukraine were chosen as a special response to the ongoing crisis. A score of 64 was required for invitation-only candidates.
Every two months, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program holds Expression of Interest draws. In order to support and maintain labor market shortages in the province, the SINP chooses individuals based on their profile.
The government of Saskatchewan offers four application streams for qualified candidates to choose from:
The highest-scoring candidates receive an ITA to file for PR in a forthcoming SINP EOI lottery.
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