Saskatchewan has invited 595 candidates belonging to Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand categories to seek the provincial nomination for permanent residence in Canada.
Making a Fine Progress
On December 20 a draw was held for The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program which did not need a job offer to qualify. The candidates had to file an Expression of Interest in the Program. They also needed having a year of work experience in eligible skilled occupations related to the field of studies.
Also, the Candidates having an eligible EOI profile get the score out of 100 points calculated as per the Point Assessment Grid of International Skilled Worker in the SINP. The score here considers factors of work experience, age, and education, proficiency in languages like English or French, and a connection to the province.
The score, in turn, will decide the ranking of a candidate in the EOI pool of the SINP and the top-scoring candidates receive invitations to apply in the regular draws.
Subcategory of Express Entry
304 candidates received invitations on December 20 with a profile in the federal pool.
The Express Entry sub-category of SINP has a link to the federal Express Entry that administers the candidates’ pool in three of the main immigration programs of Canada for its economic betterment. These are:
• Canadian Experience Class
• Federal Skilled Trades Class,
• Federal Skilled Worker Class,
Furthermore, when candidates belonging to the federal Express Entry fill-up the EOI for Saskatchewan and score 69 on the Point Assessment Grid they are selected.
The successful candidates in Express Entry, applying for and receiving the Saskatchewan provincial nomination, get an addition of 600 points in the CRS score at the federal level, and also are assured of the invitation to apply to get the permanent residence.
Sub-category of Occupations In-demand
This sub-category caters to immigration candidates not having the profile in federal Express Entry. 291 candidates were invited in the Occupations In-Demand category to seek the provincial nomination, and needed the provincial score at 69 to be selected. The SINP held 16 invitation rounds and also issued 6,284 invitations to the aspirants in these sub-categories since Sep 25, when it renovated the Occupations In-demand list.
The SINP has created the Excluded Occupations List which expanded the numbers among the occupations in these sub-categories to 200 from 19. The draws have targeted professional candidates in many occupations.
The 96 popular occupations in this draw invited candidates in supervisors, corporate sales managers; financial workers, paralegals and finally the insurance office workers.
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