The SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) is a specific immigration program of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. The SINP allows the Saskatchewan to choose the eligible candidates for the permanent residency in the province and subsequently nominate them to the federal government. The time limit for the application intake has not been fixed by SINP. The SINP selects the candidates based on the criteria, i.e. education, experience, skills, etc. However, the criteria might get changed without intimation as per the province’s requirement and the further applications can be processed based on the latest criteria.
The International Skilled Worker Category of SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) has been designed for the overseas skilled workers willing to stay and work in the province of Saskatchewan. Under this category, SINP select and nominate the skilled workers, who possess the right skills, qualification, experience, language proficiency, etc. to contribute to the labour market, economy, and communities of the province of Saskatchewan.
The International Skilled Worker Category has three key subcategories, i.e.
Among the above three subcategories, first two, i.e. OID and express entry subcategories are largely popular among the skilled workers applicants. The description of the all three subcategories is given below in detail.
Let’s first start with the process of OID and express entry subcategories, which have an EOI based process.
The Express entry and OID subcategories of Saskatchewan PNP are largely popular among the applicants, and they invite the thousands of skilled worker immigration applicants as well, every year.
This particular category has been designed to nominate the candidate who does not have any job offer from a Saskatchewan employer, however, possess the special skills, which are highly in demand in the province of Saskatchewan. This program is open right now to accept a maximum of 1000 applications.
This particular category has been designed to select and nominate those skilled workers, which are already in the Express Entry Pool of CIC and suits best for the province’s labour market needs.
Saskatchewan has implemented the EOI (Expression of Interest) based system for its above mentioned OID and Express Entry subcategory. The applicants submit the EOIs mentioning their age, education, work experience, etc. details, and subsequently, they get selected based on the point they score in the Saskatchewan’s own Point Assessment grid.
Later, SINP periodically opens the EOI based draws for OID and express entry subcategory to select the suitable candidates and issue them invitation to apply for provincial nomination. When applicants submit the application (along with the documents) on receiving the invitation to apply from SINP, the PNP assess the received application and nominate the selected ones for Canadian permanent residency.
Now, as per the recent update from SINP, more than 200 occupations are eligible for the both Express Entry and Occupation in Demand (OID) subcategories of the Saskatchewan PNP.
Hence, if you wish to apply Canada PR this year, both above subcategories can provide you a key pathway to obtain the same.
Let’s now take a look at third ISW – subcategory, i.e. Employment offer subcategory:
This category has been designed for applicants who possess the job offer from the employer of Saskatchewan. The eligible candidates under this category can apply for the SINP nomination.
This particular category has been designed to nominate those overseas workers for permanent residency, which are already staying and working in the province of Saskatchewan.
This particular category is for the candidates, who are willing to make a significant investment of their funds and management talent in the business and farm operations of Saskatchewan.
To apply key subcategories of the SINP, i.e. express entry or OID and subsequently get nomination for Canadian PR, you may contact the vastly experienced visa and immigration expert at Visas Avenue on Toll Free Number– 78-18-000-777 or you may fill the small free assessment form to receive a call back.
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