Saskatchewan invites Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand candidates in the recent draw

A total of 325 invitations to apply is issued to the candidates under Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand categories in a recent Saskatchewan draw held on May 22 for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence. Out of the total, around 221 invitations are given to Occupation In-Demand candidates and 104 invitations went to the candidates under Saskatchewan’s Express Entry sub-category.   In this recent draw, the lowest score among both Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand applicants was 82.

Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand categories are the chief components of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) enable the province to nominate economic overseas nationals who are proficient of meeting the labor needs in the province.

Immigration factor has played a vital role in the development of the province growth as it helped and has welcomed almost 108,000 newcomers from almost 170 countries since 2007. In order to be eligible to apply for Saskatchewan Immigration under both these categories, work experience plays a quintessential role.  Your occupation should be available on the In-Demand list of the province along with that relevant work experience is also required. Though, applicants are not supposed to have a job offer from a Saskatchewan employer.

Talking about the year 2019, till this date, Saskatchewan has issued a total of 854 invitations under Occupation In-Demand sub-category and 814 under the Express Entry sub-category, which is aligned with the Federal Express Entry System.

Express Entry is the fastest program to apply for Canada permanent residence and it monitors the pool of the candidates for the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Canadian Experience Class, which are the primary economic immigration programs of Canada.

Candidates under Express Entry category who receives provincial nomination get additional 600 points in their overall Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score that subsequently escalates your chances to receive an invitation to apply from the Canadian government for Canadian permanent residence.

Occupation In-Demand sub-category candidates’ applications for PR are processed outside the Express Entry systems, who have received a provincial nomination. To be eligible for either of the category, candidates have to register an Expression of Interest (EOI) with the SINP. The score is given out of 100 on the attributes like education, skilled work experience, English or French proficiency and connections to Saskatchewan. Candidates who manage to score high points in both sub-categories are afterward invited through regular draws from the pool.

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