The province’s immigrant nominee program (SINP) invited 502 immigrants in its latest draw on July 29.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program invited candidates under Express Entry and Occupations in-Demand subcategories of its International Skilled Worker category.
In order to be selected by SINP’s most categories, candidates first have to registered at SINP by creating profile of expression of interest.
Through EOI system, SINP is choosing the candidates that have the most potential to economically establish in the province. Candidates need to show their commitment to building their life in the Province by their work experience, education level, language knowledge, age and their connections to the province.
All candidates registered at EOI system are awarded points out of 100 according to their factors including work experience, education, language, age and their ties with the province. The highest scoring candidates are being selected and issued an invitation to apply for provincial nomination from Saskatchewan.
In the latest draw on July 29, candidates with 70 score received invitations for both sub-categories.
Saskatchewan issued 254 invitations to candidates who registered in the federal express entry system.
Serving as Canada’s main source of skilled foreign workers, the federal Express Entry system manages the three economic immigration categories namely the Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC), Federal Skilled Trade Class (FSTC) and Canada Experience Class (CEC).
If a candidate is nominated from the province of Saskatchewan then the candidate is awarded an additional 600 points toward their score. This extra 600 points would guarantee that they will be invited to apply for permanent resident visa in a next federal express entry draw.
Another 248 invitations went to occupations in demand applicants.
At the occupation in demand category, there are 43 occupations are listed by the Province and those having at least one-year work experience in one of the occupations in the list can apply under this category.
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Murat Kandemir, July 31, 2020