Posted - 04, Sep 2018
Saskatchewan one of the popular provinces of Canada when it comes to immigration and permanent residency. It is evident from the number of people apply for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) every year. The SINP is the popular PNP of the province of Saskatchewan, through which it invites skilled and talented people to be the permanent resident of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Well, the SINP don't directly provide any PR to the applicants, rather it nominate the candidates for Canadian permanent residency to IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) through its key streams, such, as Occupation in Demand (OID) streams.
What is Occupation in Demand Stream of SINP?
The Occupation in Demand (OID) stream of SINP has been designed for those individuals who have skills and experience in the high in demand occupations in the province of Saskatchewan. The applicants apply in SINP and get assessed based on a point assessment grid of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), wherein minimum 60 points are required to qualify out of total 100.
As per the recent rule changes applied by Saskatchewan government on July 16, 2018, the 'First come, first Served' application intake system of SINP has been replaced by new EOI (Expression of Interest) system. The new EOI system doesn't ask applicants to apply in the SINP through an occasional application intake, rather it provides enough time to the applicants to register their profile and submit EOI for Occupation in Demand (OID) and Express Entry Streams of SINP.
Hence, to apply in Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), you first need to check your occupation in the SINP in demand occupation list, and accordingly submit your EOI profile in the SINP EOI system. The SINP will review the submitted EOIs and issue invitation to apply for provincial nomination to the selected candidates. As per the provincial government, the next two SINP EOI based draws will be held on September 19 and November 21, 2018.
What are the Eligibility requirements of Saskatchewan Occupation in Demand stream?As an applicant of SINP- OID stream,
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