Nationwide Visas
Latest News
Foreign nationals allowed to return to Canada - 29th March 2020  | Permanent Residents and Exempt Permit Holder Allowed To Travel To Canada - 26th March 2020  | Alberta Invites Express Entry Candidates with CRS score as low as 300 in Latest Draw - 25th March 2020  | Canada invites Express Entry Candidates with CRS Score As Low As 467 In Second Express Draw in Five Days - 23rd March 2020  | 668 Express Entry Candidates Invited for Canada PR Visa in Latest Express Draw - 18th March 2020  | 222 Candidates Invited by Manitoba for Provincial Nomination for Canada PR Visa - 12th March 2020  | Express Entry Candidate with 300 CRS Score Invited For Provincial Nomination by Alberta in Latest Draw - 11th March 2020  | Latest Express Entry Draw Invites 3,900 Candidates For Canada PR Visa - 4th March 2020  | Canada Targets Over One Million Immigrants For The Year 2020-2022 - 2nd March 2020  | 217 EOI Candidates Invited By Manitoba For Provincial Nomination - 27th February 2020  | 576 Express Entry and Occupation in-demand candidates invited in latest SINP draw for Canada PR Visa - 27th February 2020  | PEI Holds Latest EOI Draw For February 2020 - 21st February 2020  | Details of Latest Arrima Draw Released by Quebec for a Provincial Nomination - 20th February 2020  | Largest Ever Express Draw invites 4,500 Express Entry Candidates for Canada PR Visa - 19th February 2020  | Saskatchewan invites 646 Express Entry and Occupation In-demand Candidate in the latest draw - 14th February 2020  | 242 candidates invited by Manitoba for a provincial nomination for Canada PR Visa - 13th February 2020  | Ontario Invites Express Entry Candidates With Work Experience In 10 Skilled Occupations For Provincial Nomination - 13th February 2020  | Express Entry candidates with CRS score as low as 300 invited by Alberta for Provincial Nomination - 10th February 2020  | Latest Express Draw Invites 3,500 Immigrants To Apply For Canada PR Visa - 05th February 2020
Nationwide Immigration » Canada » Saskatchewan PNP Points Calculator 2020

Saskatchewan PR Points Calculator 2017-18

Saskatchewan PNP Points Calculator 2020

Calculate your points for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program(SINP)

Calculate Your SINP Score




Select the age group you belong to

Score 00

Education and Training

What is your highest level of completed education?

Score 00

Have you studied for one full-time academic year at a recognized Saskatchewan post-secondary educational institution while on a valid study permit?

Score 00

Language Ability

In order to claim points for language, candidates must demonstrate their proficiency in English OR French by way of a language test recognized by the Government of Saskatchewan.

Score 00

Skilled Work Experience

Skilled Worker Experience is defined by the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC) and means: Managerial jobs (NOC skill type 0), Professional jobs (NOC skill type A), Technical jobs and Skilled trades (NOC skill type B).

In the past five years, how many years of skilled work experience did you obtain?

Score 00

In the five years prior (to the) date of your EOI profile submission (2009 – 2014), how many years of skilled work experience did you obtain?

Score 00

Have you obtained 12 months or more of work experience in Saskatchewan, on a valid work permit, in the past five years?

Score 00

Close Family Relative in Saskatchewan

Do you or your accompanying spouse/common-law partner have a family relative that is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident living in Saskatchewan. This includes: parent, sibling, grandparent, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, cousin and step-family members or in-laws of the same relationships.

Score 00


Saskatchewan Immigration Points Calculator 2020

The SINP allots a certain score to all applications on the basis of which they are invited to apply for PR status. The factors influencing the selection criteria are:

SELECTION FACTOR POINTS
Education and Training 23
Skilled work Experience 15
Language Ability 20
Age 12
Connection to Saskatchewan Labour Market 30
Total 100
Pass Mark: 60

Now we can explore a breakdown of the different categories which are scored in the points system.

FACTOR 1: EDUCATION AND TRAINING

A: EDUCATION AND TRAINING Points
Master’s or Doctorate degree 23
University Bachelor’s Degree (minimum 3 year program) 20
Trade Certification (equivalent to Saskatchewan journey person and approved by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Commission) 20
Degree, diploma or certificate (minimum 2 year program) 15
Degree, diploma or certificate (minimum 1 year program of study, or equivalent to a trade certificate. 12

FACTOR 2: SKILLED WORK EXPERIENCE

B: SKILLED WORK EXPERIENCE Points
a) In the 5 year period prior to application submission date
5 years 10
4 years 8
3 years 6
2 years 4
1 year 2
b) In the 6-10 year period prior to application submission date
5 years 5
4 years 4
3 years 3
2 years 2
Less than 1 year 0

FACTOR 3: LANGUAGE ABILITY

C: LANGUAGE ABILITY Points
TEF scores to CLB 4 through 10
CLB 8 and higher 20
CLB 7 18
CLB 6 16
CLB 5 14
CLB 4 12
English or French speaker without language test results 0

FACTOR 4: AGE

D: AGE Points
 < 18 years 0
 18 – 21 years 8
 22 – 34 years 12
 35 – 45 years 10
 46 – 50 years 8
 > 50 years 0
MAXIMUM POINTS FOR FACTOR I 70

The remaining points are allotted for having a strong connection to the Saskatchewan Labour Market which is evidence of a genuine desire to settle in Saskatchewan and positively contribute to the local economy. They categories in this factor assessment criteria are:

FACTOR 5: CONNECTION TO SASKATCHEWAN LABOUR MARKET

II: CONNECTION TO SASKATCHEWAN LABOUR MARKET & ADAPTABILITY  Points
Highly skilled employment offer from a Saskatchewan employer 30
Close family relative in Saskatchewan (The applicant or accompanying spouse has a parent, sibling, grandparent, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, cousin and step-family members or in-laws, who is/are Canadian citizens and permanent citizens. The family members in Saskatchewan must meet the requirements as listed under “Required Documents” for your ISW sub-category) 20
Past work experience in Saskatchewan (At least 12 months of work in the past five years on a valid work permit) 5
Past student experience in Saskatchewan (At least one full-time academic year of study at a recognized Saskatchewan post-secondary education institution on a valid study permit) 5
MAXIMUM POINTS FOR FACTOR II 30
MAXIMUM POINTS TOTAL: I + II = 100

Saskatchewan Immigration Points Calculator 2020

The fundamental criterion for calculation of the score of each applicant is the Saskatchewan Immigration Points Calculator system. This system takes into consideration various factors like age, employability, work experience, education, and connection to Saskatchewan labour market. These factors taken together are allotted a particular score and the on the basis of this score applicants are invited to apply for PR status. The minimal score needed to be eligible for invitation of application for PR status is 60 out of a maximum 100.

What is minimum requirement to apply for SINP?

SINP like other province’s PNPs has a stream that is in-line with the federal government’s Express Entry Program. This way province is able to search for the potential candidates in the express pool and invite them to apply for provincial nomination for Canada PR Visa.

Now, for an express entry candidate to be eligible to apply for SINP, they must meet the following requirements:

  • A minimum score of 60 points in SINP’s point assessment grid
  • Must have a valid Express Entry profile number and Job Seeker Validation Code
  • Must have minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 7 under language proficiency
  • Minimum of 1 year of post-secondary education or training that must be equivalent to the Canadian education system
  • Should have required work experience in an occupation that is categorized under National Occupation Classification (NOC) skill type 0, A or B
  • Must provide with a proof for sufficient settlement funds

Calculate your SINP points with updated SINP Points Calculator!!!

What is the process to apply for SINP?

There is total of 4 categories under SINP:

  • International Skilled Worker Category: This category is for skilled immigrants who are looking to live and work in the province as a permanent resident
  • Saskatchewan Experience Category: This category is for foreign candidates who are currently living in the province
  • Entrepreneur and Farm Category: This category is for immigrants who want to own and actively operate business or farming operation in the province

To apply under SINP’s International Skilled worker OR Saskatchewan Experience Category candidates are first required to create an online profile under the federal government’s Express Entry Program. Once they are submitted into the express pool, they will be provided with a Profile number and Job Seeker Validation Code. After this candidates must follow the steps below:

  • Get all the required documents.
  • Review all the supporting document and complete the application form
  • Apply at SINP apply online.
  • After receiving the ITA (as an EOI candidate), pay the fee (Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupation In-demand only) and submit the application for Canada PR online

Read Also : Highly Demand Jobs in Saskatchewan in 2020

How We at Nationwide Immigration can help you?

As one of the best in the immigration consultancy business, Nationwide Immigration can help you achieve your immigration dreams in a timely and hassle-free manner. Our experts are well versed with all the facets of immigration to Canada having helped thousands of other applicants over the years. They will not only smoothen out your immigration application process but also make sure you understand every step on the way. So get in touch with us today and watch your dream soar sky high.

Read More: Canada PR Visa for Indian Couple

How can we help ?
Call +91-92 92 92 92 81
or Submit Below
24 Hour Response time

We Don't Deal In Work Permit











Important Links

Show Less    Show More


Our Client Testimonials
Nationwide Immigration Consultants

Looking Forward To Start Your PR Process?

Book Counselling Right Now

We Don't Deal In Work Permit