First Saskatchewan draw of May invites over 1000 candidates!

First Saskatchewan draw of May invites over 1000 candidates!

Surya Rathee Surya Rathee
[Published 05 May, 2023 | 04:26 AM]
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On May 3, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) conducted a new Expression of Interest (EOI) draw - issuing invitations to a total of 1,032 immigrants across two categories: Express Entry and Occupation In-demand.

This is the fourth draw held by Saskatchewan in 2023. This draw also saw the CRS score dropping to 68 points - the lowest for the year so far. The previous invitation rounds of the year were held on February 16, March 23, and April 20.

Check your Eligibility for SINP PNP Occupations

Who was invited?

  • Express Entry

739 invitations were issued from the Express Entry stream with specific NOC codes, with a minimum score of 68. Invited candidates had Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). Not all occupations were selected.

  • Occupation in-demand

293 invitations were issued from the Occupation in-demand stream with specific NOC codes, with a minimum score of 68. Invited candidates had Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). Not all occupations were selected.

SINP issues ITAs to eligible candidates on a monthly basis, with some exceptions. The frequency, size, and date of the next Saskatchewan PNP draw - are determined by the needs of the SINP application inventory.

Not all occupations were invited

The occupations eligible for the EOI selection in this SINP draw for both Express Entry and Occupation in-demand candidates have the following NOC codes:

13201 - Production and transportation logistics coordinators.
21203 - Land surveyors.
21211 - Data scientists.
21220 - Cyber Security specialists.
21221 - Business systems specialists.
21223 - Database analysts and data administrators.
21230 - Computer systems developers and programmers.
21232 - Software developers and programmers.
21233 - Web designers.
21234 - Web developers and programmers.
21301 - Mechanical engineers.
21321 - Industrial and manufacturing engineers.
22220 - Computer network and web technicians.
22221 - User support technicians.
31203 - Occupational therapists.
32102 - Paramedical occupations.
32120 - Medical laboratory technologists.
32121 - Medical radiation technologists.
32122 - Medical sonographers.
32123 - Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists.
41301 - Therapists in counseling and related specialized therapies.
62100 - Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade.
70012 - Facility operation and maintenance managers.
72024 - Supervisors, motor transport, and other ground transit operators.
72100 - Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors.
72106 - Welders and related machine operators.
72201 - Industrial electricians.
72400 - Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics.
72401 - Heavy-duty equipment mechanics.
72410 - Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics, and mechanical repairers.
82030 - Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors.
92100 - Power engineers and power systems operators.

If you’ve been invited

If you have received an invitation to either the Express Entry or Occupation in-demand stream - you will now have 60 days to submit a complete online application to the SINP and provide the supporting documents. You will also be required to pay a non-refundable application processing fee of CAD$ 350.

How does the SINP work?

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is a Canadian immigration program designed to attract Skilled Workers, Entrepreneurs, and Investors to the province of Saskatchewan. The program operates through an agreement between the federal government of Canada and the province of Saskatchewan.

The SINP offers several immigration streams, including the International Skilled Worker stream, the Saskatchewan Experience stream, and the Entrepreneur and Farm streams. Each stream has its own eligibility requirements and application process.

To apply for the SINP, candidates must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the program. Candidates are then assessed based on a points system aka SINP points calculator - and those who meet the eligibility criteria are invited to apply for nomination. Once nominated by the SINP, candidates can apply for Canada PR with the federal government of Canada.



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