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Immigrate to Saskatchewan without job offer

Saskatchewan PNP Without Job Offer 2019

Know how to Move To Saskatchewan Under PNP Program Without having a job offer ?

Saskatchewan is a popular province for immigration in Canada. The reason for its popularity is simple. It offers applicants a lower eligibility requirement than most other provinces in Canada. That is why many people who cannot get into Canada through the Express Entry program opt for the Provincial Nomination from Saskatchewan to become eligible for immigration and get an ITA. Also, Saskatchewan has consistently become a prominent province in Canada thanks to its rapid economic growth and policies.

Currently, it is very strong in the agricultural sector and is starting to increase other sectors such as healthcare and hospitality, for which it has dedicated other categories in its immigration system. Applying for immigration to Saskatchewan through these job categories including various others, gives a high chance of getting selected. If you are looking for a way to enter Canada as a Permanent Resident in 2019, then Saskatchewan PNP is a good way of doing just that.

On this page, we are going to list out all the reasons for why Saskatchewan is a viable province to move to. We are also going to provide a detailed insight into the overall immigration process to Saskatchewan as per the latest guidelines in 2019. If you would like to know how you can apply for SINP in 2019 and become a Permanent Resident of Canada within one year, read on to know.

Please note however, that the SINP process, while being simple, still requires a great deal of knowledge and understanding of the overall immigration process to Canada. This is especially true if you are looking for SINP without Job Offer in 2019. We highly recommend you talk to our Canada immigration experts at Nationwide Immigration to fully understand the process and how you can ensure selection for PR immigration to Canada in 2019. Fill out our free assessment form to get customized advice and application assistance from our Canada immigration experts today!

Let us start by taking a look at the benefits of moving to Saskatchewan in 2019. Read to know more about these in the following segment.

Benefits of SINP Application in 2019

Saskatchewan offers many benefits to Canada immigration hopefuls. Recently, the IRCC has announced that it will invite as many as 565,000 immigrants into Canada through the Express Entry and other PNPs by 2020. Experts in Canada immigration say that the focus of this immigration drive is going to be on states like Saskatchewan, Manitoba etc. where there is a very high demand for skilled professionals. Here are some of the many benefits you can enjoy by moving to Saskatchewan:

  • The province of Saskatchewan offers multiple categories for entry into Canada. So, while you might not be able to get into the country through the normal Express Entry pathway, you have a good chance of getting through if you apply through specialized streams.
  • Saskatchewan has a booming economy which is expected to grow rapidly in coming years. This means that there will be a lot of job opportunities for fresh immigrants. If you have the right qualifications, it is possible that you can move to Saskatchewan with a job offer in hand.
  • Saskatchewan offer the chance to move to Canada without a job offer and SINP is a highly sought after immigration stream because of its relatively low eligibility requirements and quick application process.
  • Saskatchewan has a strong immigrant community and a rich culture which you can become a part of. The province is very welcoming of immigrants and having people from your own country in a foreign land can be a source of great comfort and security.
  • Compared to other provinces, Saskatchewan has a relatively good climate all-round the year. This is especially true for the southern part of the province where temperatures remain more or less the same. So, for an Indian moving there will not be as difficult as other provinces.
  • Saskatchewan has a great education system and since all Canadian Permanent Residents get free education up to a certain age, your children would get the benefit of receiving sound education free of charge!

Heard enough? Want to know what Saskatchewan has to offer to you personally? Or do you want to know if you are eligible to move there? Let us help you figure everything out! Nationwide Immigration offers free assessment services to all our clients. This means that our experts are going to tell you what your chances are of moving to Saskatchewan without charging you anything. Fill out our free assessment for right now and let us guide you towards a successful Canada PR immigration in 2019!

In this next segment, we are going to discuss the latest method of applying for immigration to Saskatchewan in 2019. Read on to know the exact process and how to apply for immigration to Saskatchewan in 2019 without a Job Offer.

SINP without Job Offer in 2019

Since there is such a huge demand for qualified working professionals in Saskatchewan, the province has begun offering people the chance to move there without having a job offer in hand. Many people are already taking advantage of this and you can too if you follow the important steps necessary to apply for SINP in 2018. Here is what you need to know:

  • Create an Express Entry Profile : This is the first thing you should do. Go online and create an Express Entry profile. You will need to provide specific details about yourself like age, language ability, educational qualification, work experience etc. Once you have filled in all the information, you will be asked where you want to move in Canada. Mention Saskatchewan in that place. Be sure to check out which jobs are in high demand in Saskatchewan at the moment. Check out the NOC List to know this. Or you can talk to our experts and they will tell you exactly what you need to know.
  • Apply for SINP : After you have made your Express Entry profile, it is time to apply for SINP through their dedicated online immigration application portal. Go to the SINP website and create a profile there. Here too, you will need to provide the right information like you did in the Express Entry profile. Keep in might that SINP might ask you to pay a certain amount to process your application so be ready to pay the amount. Again, check out the jobs currently in high demand in Saskatchewan and apply accordingly. Your particular professional might have a dedicated immigration stream of its own so check that out for sure.
  • Get the PNP : Once you have completed all the formalities, the SINP authorities will verify your information. For this, they might ask you to provide digital copies of the documents which contain the info you filled out in your profile. When they ask you to do that, respond as soon as possible and give them the documents they need. After that, if they find your application suitable, they are going to give you a Provincial Nomination. Once you have that, all you have to do is wait for the next Express Entry draws and apply for a Canada PR visa once you get selected.
  • Selection for Immigration : The Express Entry draws usually take place every 15 days. So, you won’t have to wait for long once you have your PNP. Since the Provincial Nomination gives you 600 points, you will surely get selected for immigration in the draw. Once you get the ITA or Invitation to Apply, you will have 90 days to apply for Canada PR visa. After you get the visa, you will have 12 months to move to Canada.
  • Moving to Canada : Now that everything is set, it is time to move to Canada. Buy the air tickets. Pack your luggage and get going! Please note that since you have applied through the Occupation in-Demand stream, you will need to carry a proof of funds with you. This document will show that you have enough money to support yourself and your family in Saskatchewan while you look for a job. You will need to have enough money to make ends meet for at least 3 to 6 months so plan accordingly. Also, this money cannot be borrowed and must be liability free.

Now that you have a basic understanding of how to move to Saskatchewan without a Job Offer in 2019, let us tell you how we can make it happen for you easily and effectively.

Why Choose Nationwide Immigration to Migrate Saskatchewan Canada ?

Nationwide Immigration is ranked among the best Canada immigration specialists in India. We have helped over 10,000 professionals move successfully to Canada in the past 11 years. Our client-friendly services and policies like legal contracts, ICCRC accredited services, IELTS training, job search services, documentation services etc. make us one of the most complete Canada immigration help service providers in the country. We can guarantee you immigration at the most economical of costs. If you want to move to Canada in 2018, let us help you achieve your dream. Contact us today!


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March 29, 2018

When was the last sinp draw? Is the processing fast for sinp?



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March 16, 2018

how to apply pnp without job offer gave detail for pnp pogram which and when opeaning 2018



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March 5, 2018

How to apply for computer jobs



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January 30, 2018

Hi sir /mam
How to applying for cashier/cook

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