Saskatchewan finally conducts its second EOI draw of 2023!

Saskatchewan finally conducts its second EOI draw of 2023!

Surya Rathee Surya Rathee
[Published 25 Mar, 2023 | 05:33 AM]
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On March 23, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) conducted a new Expression of Interest (EOI) draw - issuing invitations to a total of 496 immigrants across two categories: Express Entry and Occupation In-demand.

This is the second draw held by Saskatchewan PNP in 2023. The previous Saskatchewan PNP draw was held on February 16.

Who was invited?

  • Express Entry

184 invitations were issued from the Express Entry stream with specific NOC codes, with a minimum score of 82. Invited candidates had Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). Not all occupations were selected.

  • Occupation in-demand

312 invitations were issued from the Occupation in-demand stream with specific NOC codes, with a minimum score of 82. 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 Saskatchewan PNP next draw prediction - 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:

00012 - Senior managers - financial, communications, and other business services.
00013 - Senior managers - health, education, social and community services, and membership organizations.
00015 - Senior managers - construction, transportation, production, and utilities.
10010 - Financial managers.
10011 - Human resources managers.
10012 - Purchasing managers.
10020 - Insurance, real estate, and financial brokerage managers.
10021 - Banking, credit, and other investment managers.
10022 - Advertising, marketing, and public relations managers
10029 - Other business services managers.
10030 - Telecommunication carriers’ managers.
11101 - Financial and investment analysts.
11109 - Other financial officers.
11200 - Human resources professionals.
11201 - Professional occupations in business management consulting.
11202 - Professional occupations in advertising, marketing, and public relations.
12010 - Supervisors, general office, and administrative support workers.
12011 - Supervisors, finance, and insurance office workers.
12013 - Supervisors, supply chain, tracking, and scheduling coordination occupations.
12100 - Executive assistants.
12101 - Human resources and recruitment officers.
12102 - Procurement and purchasing agents and officers.
12111 - Health information management occupations.
12113 - Statistical officers and related research support occupations.
12200 - Accounting technicians and bookkeepers.
13100 - Administrative officers.
13101 - Property administrators.
13110 - Administrative assistants.
13111 - Legal administrative assistants.
13112 - Medical administrative assistants.
20010 - Engineering managers.
20011 - Architecture and science managers.
20012 - Computer and information systems managers.
21101 - Chemists.
21110 - Biologists and related scientists.
21112 - Agricultural representatives, consultants, and specialists.
21120 - Public and environmental health and safety professionals.
21200 - Architects.
21211 - Data scientists.
21220 - Cyber Security specialists.
21221 - Business systems specialists.
21222 - Information systems specialists.
21223 - Database analysts and data administrators.
21230 - Computer systems developers and programmers.
21231 - Software engineers and designers.
21232 - Software developers and programmers.
21234 - Web developers and programmers.
21300 - Civil engineers.
21301 - Mechanical engineers.
21310 - Electrical and electronics engineers.
21311 - Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers).
21321 - Industrial and manufacturing engineers.
21322 - Metallurgical and materials engineers.
21331 - Geological engineers.
21399 - Other professional engineers.
22101 - Geological and mineral technologists and technicians.
22110 - Biological technologists and technicians.
22111 - Agricultural and fish products inspectors.
22211 - Industrial designers.
22212 - Drafting technologists and technicians.
22213 - Land survey technologists and technicians.
22220 - Computer network and web technicians.
22221 - User support technicians.
22222 - Information systems testing technicians.
22230 - Non-destructive testers and inspectors.
22231 - Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers.
22232 - Occupational health and safety specialists.
22300 - Civil engineering technologists and technicians.
22303 - Construction estimators.
22310 - Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians.
22312 - Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics.
32102 - Paramedical occupations.
32120 - Medical laboratory technologists.
32121 - Medical radiation technologists.
33101 - Medical laboratory assistants and related technical occupations.
33103 - Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants.
40020 - Administrators - post-secondary education and vocational training.
40030 - Managers in social, community, and correctional services.
41200 - University professors and lecturers.
41210 - College and other vocational instructors.
41300 - Social workers.
41320 - Educational counselors.
41400 - Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants, and program officers.
41401 - Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts.
41402 - Business development officers and market researchers and analysts.
41403 - Social policy researchers, consultants, and program officers.
41404 - Health policy researchers, consultants, and program officers.
41405 - Education policy researchers, consultants, and program officers.
42202 - Early childhood educators and assistants.
43100 - Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants.
43109 - Other instructors.
60010 - Corporate sales managers.
60030 - Restaurant and food service managers.
60031 - Accommodation service managers.
60040 - Managers in customer and personal services.
62022 - Accommodation, travel, tourism, and related services supervisors.
62029 - Other services supervisors.
62100 - Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade.
62101 - Retail and wholesale buyers.
63102 - Financial sales representatives.
63201 - Butchers - retail and wholesale.
63202 - Bakers.
70010 - Construction managers.
70012 - Facility operation and maintenance managers.
70020 - Managers in transportation.
72020 - Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades.
72021 - Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews.
72024 - Supervisors, motor transport, and other ground transit operators.
72106 - Welders and related machine operators.
72320 - Bricklayers.
72410 - Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics, and mechanical repairers.
80020 - Managers in agriculture.
80021 - Managers in horticulture.
82021 - Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services.
82030 - Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors.
90010 - Manufacturing managers.
92011 - Supervisors, petroleum, gas, and chemical processing and utilities.
92012 - Supervisors, food and beverage processing.
93101 - Central control and process operators, petroleum, gas, and chemical processing.

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

How to increase your chances of Saskatchewan PNP?

Here are some tips on how to increase your chances of being nominated through the SINP:

  • Determine if you meet the eligibility criteria: The SINP has different streams, each with its own eligibility criteria. Make sure you meet the criteria for the stream you are applying for.
  • Improve your language skills: Language proficiency is a crucial factor in the SINP selection process. You can take a language test such as IELTS or CELPIP and aim for a high score to increase your chances of being nominated.
  • Gain relevant work experience: Having work experience in an occupation that is in demand in Saskatchewan can significantly increase your chances of being nominated. Make sure your work experience matches the requirements of the SINP stream you are applying for.
  • Get a job offer: A job offer from a Saskatchewan employer can boost your chances of being nominated through the SINP. Consider networking, researching potential employers, and sending out resumes to increase your chances of getting a job offer.
  • Apply as soon as possible: The SINP has a limited number of spaces available each year. Applying as soon as possible can increase your chances of being nominated before the quota is filled.
  • Be honest and complete in your application: Make sure you provide all the required information accurately and truthfully. Incomplete or false information can result in your application being rejected.
  • Seek professional assistance: Consider consulting an immigration lawyer or an ICCRC-authorized immigration consultant to help you with your SINP application. They can provide guidance and ensure that your application is complete and meets the requirements.

Remember, the SINP selection process is highly competitive, so it's essential to put your best foot forward and ensure that your application stands out.


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