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Saskatchewn Expands in-Demand List with 200 Eligible Occupations

Saskatchewn expands in-demand list with 200 eligible occupations

In the latest overhaul by the province of Saskatchewan, they have expanded their occupation in-demand list significantly that is in-line with two subcategories of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) – Express Entry and In-Demand from 19 occupations listed to more than 200 occupations.

For to be eligible under these two streams of SINP, candidates do not require a job offer or work experience in Canada.

SINP’s Express Entry sub-category allows the express entry candidates to apply for the provincial nomination. If an express entry candidate is able to land a provincial nomination certificate, they are awarded 600 CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) points. These many points effectively guarantee that the candidate gets an ITA (Invitation to Apply) to apply for Canada PR Visa to the Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

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Another major stream of SINP is the In-demand subcategory. This stream is for the candidates who are not listed under federal government’s express entry program. In comparison to the express entry, this sub-category is slower in nominated to apply for Canada PR Visa.

Both of these sub-categories – Express Entry and Occupation In-demand require candidates to have work experience in an eligible high-skilled occupation, among other major criteria.

These high skilled occupations are all categorized under National Occupation Classification (NOC) skill level A or B or Skill type 0.

In the update for SINP occupation in-demand list, SINP has listed the 129 occupations that are excluded from the list. This leaves more than 200 occupations that can now be eligible.

For candidates who are considering moving to province of Saskatchewan through express entry subcategory or Occupation in-demand subcategory, they are required to register a separate Expression of Interest (EOI) with the SINP.

Reference is taken from CIC news

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