The SINP moved to an Express of Interest (EOI) system for its sub-categories: Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand
Saskatchewan has issued invitations using the new Expression of Interest (EOI) for its Occupations In –Demand sub-category for the first time.
The Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) says in an update published on 20, September that 140 invitations were issued by it in its Occupations In-Demand sub-category. The category is used for the qualified skilled employees with the required work experience in any of the occupations that are in demand in Saskatchewan.
The candidate ranking at a low level got 75 points as per the Saskatchewan’s unique point-based evaluation grid. The SINP told that every invited individual had Educational Credential Assessment needed to apply for a provincial nomination from the Saskatchewan province. Prospective Saskatchewan immigrants applying via the Occupations In-Demand sub-category have to finish an EOI first, a pre-application used for assessing someone’s eligibility.
They have to get at least 60 points out of 100 on the factors including education and training, language ability, skilled work experience, age, and any connection to the Saskatchewan’s labour market/adaptability. The individual who satisfies these requirements and the other sub-category’s criteria are put into the pool of candidates, where a rank is given in comparison to the other fellow candidates.
An EOI candidate achieving highest scores is given an Invitation to Apply for a provincial nomination from the province via the draws (held periodically) from the EOI pool. According to the SINP, the invitation numbers in each draw are subject to the annual processing targets and the demand for employment.
Candidates having their provincial nomination application approved by the Saskatchewan province are able to apply for the Canada permanent residency to the federal government of Canada.
The province moved to an EOI system for its sub-categories Occupations In-Demand and Express Entry in the month of July. Both subcategories fall into the Saskatchewan‘s International Skilled Worker Category. The province issued its first invitations to EOI candidates on 21, August in the Express Entry sub-category.
The SINP finds the change better to pick immigration candidates talented enough to be successful in the Saskatchewan‘s labour market. And, the target of the EOI system is to provide assurance for the better economic outcomes and the retention for a long time in Saskatchewan for the candidates having been invited to apply.
Earlier, the first-come, first-served method was used by the SINP for dealing with those applications received through the two sub-categories that gave importance to the candidates who were quickest to apply when they were opened periodically to candidates.
The EOI system is now used by the most provinces of Canada. The Government of Canada’s Express Entry system is based on the EOI. The same applies to the Quebec’s new way to select eligible candidates via the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).
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