Who is Invited?SINP has welcomed those candidates who have profiles in both Occupations In-Demand and the Express Entry streams. With the help of this program, foreign nationals working in Canada, entrepreneurs, skilled workers, and experienced farmers are permitted to apply for provincial nomination.
How does SINP work?The first step for SINP is to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to show your interest in settling in the province of Saskatchewan. Thereafter, the EOI profiles of candidates are reviewed by the province. And on the basis of the profile submitted, candidates are given a score out 0f 100. This scoring system is administered by the subcategory of SNIP- International Skilled Worker (ISW). ISW has a Points Assessment Grid in which the scores are based on parameters such as age, language proficiency, education, skilled work experience and connections to Saskatchewan. After that, the highest-scoring candidates are sent invitations to apply for the provincial nomination. Please note: Only those candidates are invited who have a work experience of a minimum of one year in any of the eligible skilled occupations.
International Skilled Worker: A category of SINPThrough its International Skilled Worker category, SINP allows skilled workers to apply for the provincial nomination. The province selects foreign nationals, who have the capacity to fill the labor market gaps, through one of the following three sub-categories:
- Employment Offer sub-category
- Saskatchewan Express Entry sub-category
- Occupations In-Demand sub-category
Saskatchewan conducts two draws:
- Candidates invited through Express Entry stream:
- Occupations In-demand sub-category: