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Nationwide Immigration » Canada » Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program 2020

Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program 2020

Minimum 60 Points Out of 100 to be eligible for Immigration to Saskatchewan

Important: Provinces with easy eligibility criteria for Canada PR in 2020

What is SINP?

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), also known as Saskatchewan PNP, is one of the most popular Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) in Canada at the moment. It allows skilled workers from foreign countries to immigrate to the Saskatchewan province of Canada. Once nominated under the program, immigrants can apply for permanent residence (PR) Visa, and after getting the Visa, they can settle permanently in the province.

What are the benefits of Saskatchewan PNP?

Saskatchewan PNP offers you all the reasons why you should apply for it, few of them being:

  • Across PNPs, maximum number of applications are accepted under SINP with no limit every year.
  • Faster application processing times in comparison to other PNPs
  • Personal assistance from provincial immigration officers who explain the program requirements and processes to the applicants
  • The final decision on SINP nominations is taken fully independently by the Government of Saskatchewan making the process more transparent and less complex
  • Successful candidates under the program who receive nomination from the Government of Saskatchewan are identified as SINP nominees when they apply for permanent resident (PR) status with IRCC, giving them an added advantage.

What are the eligibility criteria for Saskatchewan PNP?

For a PNP, the concerned provincial government sets the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria for SINP has been set as per the following categories:

  1. International Skilled Worker is the category which is meant for those foreign skilled workers who want to live and work in Saskatchewan.
  2. Saskatchewan Experience is the category which is meant for foreign nationals who are living and working in Saskatchewan.
  3. Entrepreneur and Farm is the third category under SINP and is meant for those who want to start a business or buy and operate a farm in the province.

International Skilled Worker (ISW) is the most popular category in SINP, under which the maximum number of applications is received. For this category, you will need a minimum score of 60 points out of 100 to apply. Please refer to SINP point assessment grid below to understand how points are awarded for this:

Factor 1: Labour market success
Education and training 23 points
Skilled work experience 15 points
Language ability 20 points
Age 12 points
Total 70 points
Factor 2: Connection to Saskatchewan labour market and adaptability
High skilled employment offer from a Saskatchewan employer 30 points
OR
Close family relative in Saskatchewan 20 points
Past work experience in Saskatchewan 5 points
Past student experience in Saskatchewan 5 points
Total 30 points

Under ISW, following are the 3 sub-categories:

  1. International Skilled Worker: Employment Offer

It is for those skilled workers who have a job offer for a skilled occupation in Saskatchewan.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Score of at least 60 out of 100 as per the SINP point assessment grid
  • Minimum one-year work experience in the past 10 years in the intended occupation
  • Language score of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 at least
  • Eligibility proof for Saskatchewan licensure for a regulated profession or compulsory apprenticeship trade
  • A permanent and full-time employment offer in Saskatchewan, along with a valid SINP Job Approval Letter as a proof. The job offer must be in an occupation in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) Matrix level “A”, “B” or “0”, or in a designated trade in Saskatchewan.
  1. International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand

It is for those skilled workers who don’t have a job offer in Saskatchewan but are highly skilled in an in-demand occupation in the province.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Score of at least 60 out of 100 as per the SINP point assessment grid
  • Language score of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 at least
  • Post-secondary education, apprenticeship or training comparable to the Canadian education system of at least one year in length, must have earned a degree, diploma or certificate
  • Educational credential assessment (ECA) for education completed outside Canada from an IRCC approved organization
  • Work experience in an occupation that is high skilled and not on the excluded occupation list
  • Work experience in the field of completed post-secondary education, apprenticeship or training, must be comparable to the Canadian education system of minimum one year in length
  • Proof of professional status or eligibility for licensure for regulated occupations or those with professional certification standard
  • A settlement plan along with the proof of settlement funds
  1. International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry

It is for the skilled workers who are in the IRCC Express Entry pool and want to live and work in Saskatchewan.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Score of at least 60 out of 100 as per the SINP point assessment grid
  • Minimum required CLB as per the Express Entry program language requirements
  • Post-secondary education, apprenticeship or training, comparable to the Canadian education system of minimum one year in length, must have earned a diploma, certificate or degree
  • Educational credential assessment (ECA) for education completed outside Canada from an IRCC approved organization
  • Work experience in an occupation that is high skilled and not on the excluded occupation list
  • Work experience in the field of completed post-secondary education, apprenticeship or training that must be equivalent to the Canadian education system of minimum one year in length
  • Proof of Professional Status or eligibility for licensure for regulated occupations or those with professional certification standard
  • A settlement plan along with proof of settlement funds

Take advantage of our SINP Calculator to check if you are eligible for the program.

Important: Saskatchewan Immigration PR Rules 2020

How can I apply for SINP?

The first step is submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI), which is a pre-application process. Candidates have to fill in an online form to show their interest in applying for SINP. Once you submit your EOI, you need to wait for the invitation to apply for SINP.

If you are invited, then you need to apply for SINP online where you will need to fill in the required form and upload the scanned copies of required documents. It is important to follow the  application process guidelines properly to ensure your application is not closed or rejected.

We at Nationwide Visas are a team of experienced professionals who have helped a large number of people move to Canada under various programs including SINP. Speak to one of our subject matter experts today to discuss your best option with respect to moving to Saskatchewan province in Canada.

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