In the latest SINP draw held on June 20, Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) invited a total of 479 candidates registered under its International Skilled Worker Category for permanent resident status in the province.
SINP’s International Skilled Worker Category allows the province of Saskatchewan to nominate skilled foreign workers especially the draw of June 20 targeted workers with work experience in five specific occupations. These targeted five occupations were as follows:
Out of 479 invitations, 268 invitations were issued to the candidates who have registered under federal government’s Express entry program and have also registered their profile with SINP. Express entry candidates are first required to create a separate Expression of Interest (EOI) profile. This EOI profile is awarded points based on factors like education, work experience, language proficiency in English or French and other major factors. Profiles with the highest scores are then invited to apply for a provincial nomination by regularly held draws.
Express entry candidate who is able to land a provincial nomination is awarded 600 CRS points. These many points boost their Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) score and help them get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) to apply for Canada PR visa to Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Other 211 invitations went to the candidates who have registered under SINP’s Occupation in-demand stream.
For candidates to be eligible to apply under both of these SINP’s stream – Occupation in demand and Express entry, their first step is to register an Expression of Interest (EOI) with Saskatchewan.
The lowest score of the candidate that was issued the invitation in June 20th draw under both streams was 68 points.
This latest draw brings the figure of a total number of invitations issued by the province of Saskatchewan for express entry subcategory to 1,166 ITAs and for occupation in-demand subcategory to 1,407 ITAs.
Reference is taken from CIC news
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