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Let us start with the eligibility criteria as that is the most important factor in deciding whether you are qualified enough to get into the SINP in 2018:

  • Each and every applicant applying to the SINP must first have been admitted into the federal Express Entry program. Note here that the SINP is an Expression of Interest (EOI) and recommendations body. It does not make the final decision of allowing a person to enter Canada and this power rests solely with the IRCC. Thus, getting selected by the IRCC for Express Entry is the one and only way of getting an SINP nomination.
  • All candidates need to be able to attain a score higher than 60 points. The SINP evaluation criteria focuses on a number of factors and on the basis of these, each applicant is given a certain rank, score or rating. These criteria are – educational qualification, work experience, age, language ability and adaptability in Saskatchewan.
  • One of the most important factors considered in the SINP is the nature of an applicant’s occupation. Only those candidates whose occupations fall into one of three skilled worker categories as defined by the National Occupational Classification (NOC) – “A”, “B” or “0” qualify for immigration.
  • A proof of funds is mandatory if you are moving to Saskatchewan without a job offer. It must be part of your settlement plan and provide for the cost of living expense of each and every member of your family coming with you to the province.

Read More: Saskatchewan Immigration Highly Demand Occupation list in 2019

The following is a list of criteria required for eligibility for SINP:

  • All applicants must be accepted in the federal Express Entry program as the final selection is done by the IRCC.
  • Applicants must also score a minimum of 60 points in the SINP point assessment grid. They will be judged on parameters like – educational qualification, work experience, age, language ability and adaptability in Saskatchewan.
  • In addition to the above criteria, applicants must have experience of working in highly skilled occupations as defined by the National Occupational Classification (NOC) “A”, “B” or “0” categories. Also, their particular profession must be listed as in-high demand in the SINP .
  • All applicants need to show proof of funds and a settlement plan which would justify their selection for immigration to the SINP.

Note that this proof of funds is only mandatory if you are planning to immigrate to Saskatchewan without a job offer.

 Check your Eligibility for SINP in 2018

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June 11, 2018

Dear Sir,
I am lab technologist under the demanded occupation list with NOC 3211. Already in express entry since march with total CRS score 382. I am waiting for my eligibility report ( PLA) which will confirm eligibility for getting my CSMLS licensing. Still I have no license but in process. Meanwhile till I get my license , may I submit my application in case SINP website opens in the coming days.



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June 2, 2018

Respected sir I am eligible to apply in demand category my noc 4214 all documents complete as per eligible bt my licence in prosessing can I submit my file if web site open sinp in these days



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June 2, 2018

I am 32 years old,married one kid.i have total 10 years Finance n accountancy. IELTS score 5 band (L-4.5,R-4.5,W-5.5,S-5.5)
My education with Accountancy.
may i eligible or not for PR process??



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May 28, 2018

I have been successfully application submitted on 1st Jan.2018 in SINP currently, my application has been in process& my point score is 60 so when will nomination to me & how many time spend in this process


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May 19, 2018



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