It’s been the end of year and Saskatchewan province is completely zealous about issuing new express entry invitations to the candidates who have submitted Expression of Interest (EOI).
The province has invited 743 candidates in the latest draw through new Expression of Interest system. This figure of invitations includes 532 invitations issued under the Occupation In-Demand sub category and 213 supplied towards Express Entry sub-category linked to the federal Express Entry system.
Express Entry linked Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program facilitates the province to nominate skilled and eligible candidates to work in the economy as a Permanent Resident.
Express Entry candidates who earn provincial nomination to apply for Canada PR will be granted extra 600 points towards their score through which they can secure an invitation and can improve their Express Entry ranking.
Saskatchewan employs Expression of Interest (EOI) system to choose candidates under various sub-categories.
Under this system, candidates are required to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with enclosing work experience, education, language proficiency (English or French), and other factors along with eligible score. The candidates who got higher scores (or more than 60 points) are selected by the province through regular draws and are invited to apply for SINP to gain permanent residency.
The draw organized on 6 December for various categories under SINP was the 6th round since July, when it was taken into function. From July to December, a total of 4,080 invitations have been issued from which 1,763 devoted to Express Entry category and 2,317 to Occupation In-Demand category.
Also, to become eligible for above mentioned categories, international skilled worker should have experience in high-skilled occupation listed in the In-Demand Occupations List. No employment from Saskatchewan employer is required in both the category.
Apart from this, the Occupation In-Demand sub-category does not demand any submission of Express Entry profile.
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