Saskatchewan government to increase migrants count through SINP

December 03, 2014
Saskatchewan government to increase SINP numbers

The federal government of Canada has surged the overseas nationals’ immigration count to 775 through Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. Saskatchewan government further said that these added nominees figure would surely balance the labor shortages in the country.

Along with 775 additional nominations, on an average 5,500 people will be allowed to apply for the new program. That is, Saskatchewan nation will see an increase of 16 percent people in 2015 when compared to previous year.

All the supplementary nominations will be accepted through Saskatchewan express category, that is about to be introduced on 2 January, including Canada new express entry application scheme. 

This new express entry scheme will choose the candidates from a group of immigrants and will allow those individuals to apply for permanent residency in the country.

An individual applying through this scheme can gain many benefits such as, faster processing of permanent residency requests and new places for industries, which are planning to fill the labor shortages in the country, according to the minister in charge of migration, Jeremy Harrison.

The minister further revealed that surge in nomination in 2015 would surely result in enhancement of permanent residents to about 14,000 in the country.

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