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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

Saskatchewan, one of the ever-growing and stunning provinces of Canada is a home to 1.12 million people. This wonderful place attracts thousands of immigrants per year from almost every corner of the world. Due to a huge count of immigrant arrival yearly, Saskatchewan holds Canada’s most rapidly developing economy as well.

Saskatchewan is also praised by the name of ‘Prairie Provinces of Western Canada’.

The economical status of this province is majorly based upon the agriculture and industry of natural resources including forestry and fishing. It possesses two major cities named Saskatoon and Regina.

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The Provincial Nominee Program for this province is termed as Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). It allows the province to nominate skilled and experienced applicants through the federal government for permanent residence by awarding them with the Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Certificate under Saskatchewan PNP. With this nomination the applicant can further apply for Canada permanent residency visa.

The processing time compared to other Canadian immigration classes proves to faster in Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).

 

The applications for SINP are accepted under the below mentioned categories:

  • International Skilled Worker Category
  • Saskatchewan Experience Category
  • Entrepreneur and Farm Category

Above three categories can hold one or more subcategories. For additional information regarding above categories, kindly refer to the below provided information in order to select the right category for yourself under Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.

Find out if you are eligible or not under SINP program with SINP POINT CALCULATOR

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program – International Skilled Worker Category

The International Skilled Worker Category welcomes those skilled candidates who seek residency and have an intention to work in the province of Saskatchewan.
Interested applicants are judged on the basis of a specified points system and can receive a nomination under any of the below mentioned sub-categories.
International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer

The sub-category of International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer is designed for skilled workers having an employment offer from an authorized Saskatchewan employer.

Find out if you are eligible or not with SINP: International Skilled Worker-Employment Offer Point Calculator.
Or, Get more information on eligibility criteria under the International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer, click here.

International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand

From the month of May 2016, the International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand sub-category has already filled up with the maximum amount of applications for this year (2016). Therefore, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program have placed the fresh application intake on hold for this sub-category.

The International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand sub-category has been designed for extremely skilled workers who do not have any employment offer from the province but holds a work experience in an occupation which is present in the Saskatchewan Occupation – in-demand list.

Find out if you are eligible or not with the help of SINP: International Skilled Worker-Occupations In-Demand Point Calculator.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand, click here.

International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry

International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry allows the province to provide nomination to skilled workers whose profile has already been submitted in the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry Candidate pool and also holds skilled work experiences in an occupation which is present in the Saskatchewan Occupation – in-demand list.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry, click here.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program – Experience Category

Saskatchewan Experience Category is constructed for international skilled workers who are currently a resident of Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Experience Category welcomes applications under the below mentioned sub-categories:
Existing Work Permit

Existing Work Permit sub-category is designed for candidates who have a working experience of at least six months under an authorized work permit in Saskatchewan.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the Saskatchewan Experience Category – Existing Work Permit, click here.

Health Professionals

Health Professionals sub-category is designed for candidates who have a working experience of at least six months in the profile of a physician, a nurse, or in any other health occupations within Saskatchewan.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the Saskatchewan Experience Category – Health Professionals, click here.

Hospitality Sector Project

Hospitality Sector Project sub-category is designed for candidates who have a working experience of at least six months in the profile of food and beverage servers, food counter attendants, kitchen helpers, or housekeeping and cleaning staff. The employers of these profiles need to have a valid approval from the Province of Saskatchewan prior to the applicant’s acquired work experience in Canada.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the Saskatchewan Experience Category – Hospitality Sector Project sub-category, click here.

Long Haul Truck Driver Project

Long Haul Truck Driver Project sub-category is designed for candidates who have a working experience of at least six months in an authorized trucking firm of Saskatchewan.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the Saskatchewan Experience Category – Long Haul Truck Driver Project sub-category, click here.

Students

Student sub-category is designed for candidates who have a graduation degree from an authorized post-secondary educational institution of Canada. The applicant under this sub-category needs to have a working experience in Saskatchewan prior the application of at least twenty-four months or of six months (In case the education institution he/she has a degree of is in Saskatchewan).

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the Saskatchewan Experience Category – Students sub-category, click here.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program – Entrepreneur and Farm Category

Entrepreneur and Farm category is for candidates who seek to possess and manage a business or any farming operation within Saskatchewan.
Entrepreneur Sub-Category

Entrepreneur sub-category is designed for candidates who want to manage and invest their financial capital in the province of Saskatchewan by building, obtaining, or by being a partner of any business venture. Interested applicants need to show an active participation in the management of the business. The function of this sub-category depends upon the Expression of Interest model.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the Entrepreneur and Farm Category – Entrepreneur sub-category, click here.

Farm Owners and Operators Sub-Category

Farm Owners and Operators Sub-Category is designed for candidates who have a farming experience with required capital and seeking investment in a farming operation of Saskatchewan.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the Entrepreneur and Farm Category – Farm Owners and Operators sub-category, click here.

To learn more about other provincial nominee programs under Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), click here.

Fill our quick and free visa assessment form to see under which program you are eligible under Canada Express Entry.

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