Province of Saskatchewan held the new draw on May 22, invited the candidates who have applied for a provincial nomination for Canada PR visa by Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)’s Express Entry and Occupation in-demand subcategories. A total of 325 invitations were issued in this particular draw for Canadian permanent residency.
325 invitations issued were distributed in the following manner:
With the help of the above sub-categories, province of Saskatchewan is able to nominate the skilled immigrants who are able to meet the requirement of the local labor market and help in the economic development of the province. Saskatchewan has always been welcoming to the capable immigrants inviting more than 108,000 immigrants from around 170 countries since 2007.
A total 854 invitations have been issued by the SINP for its Occupation in-demand sub-category and 814 invitations for Express Entry sub-category so far in 2019. Having work experience in one of the 19 occupations mentioned in Occupation demand list of Saskatchewan province is a mandatory requirement to be eligible under these two sub-categories. But, having a job offer from an eligible employer of Saskatchewan province is not required.
Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP), Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC) are Canada’s three skilled immigration program and the profile of the candidates registered under these programs are managed by a point-based program – Express Entry Program. If an Express entry program registered candidate is able to land a provincial nomination, they are awarded 600 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. These many points make sure that the candidate is able to land the Invitation to Apply (ITA) and apply for Canada PR visa to the Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
To be considered for both sub-categories: Express Entry and Occupation in-demand, candidates have to register via Expression of Interest (EOI) with the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Candidate profiles are awarded points based on factors like educational qualification, Work Experience, language proficiency and their connections to the province. These scores are out of 100 points. Candidate with the highest score has then issued the invitations via regular held draws from the pool.
The lowest score for the candidate registered under the two subcategories was 82 points invited in the draw held on May 22.
Reference is taken from CIC news.
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