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Nationwide Immigration » Latest-news » Saskatchewan invited 140 applications through Occupations In-Demand immigration sub-category on 20th September, 2018

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Saskatchewan invited 140 applications through Occupations In-Demand immigration sub-category on 20th September, 2018

Saskatchewan invited 140 applications

The first invitation of Saskatchewan announced on 20th September, 2018 through the new Expression of Interest(EOI) system for the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Occupations In-Demand immigration sub-category. Total number of invitations sent were 140.

The candidates with the score of 75 points on Saskatchewan point grid of assessment were invited and there was a special mention of candidates Educational Credential Assessment for eligibility. All those candidates who want to immigrate through Occupation in demand of Saskatchewan must complete their Expression of Interest (EOI) first which is a pre-application process for eligibility.

The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) threshold for Saskatchewan otherwise is 60 points out of the grid of 100 points, which is based on the factors of education, skilled work experience, age and adaptability. Those who meet these criteria are considered fit to apply and enter the pool of candidates where they are ranked against competition with other aspiring candidates.

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