The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is conducting back-to-back Expression of Interest (EOI) draws.
On September 15th, the SINP conducted its fifth EOI draw for the month – inviting 326 candidates under two categories: Express Entry and Occupation In-demand.
Here are the details of the SINP latest draw:
53 invitations were issued to Express Entry candidates with specific NOC codes. The minimum score required was 60 and invited candidates had Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). Not all occupations were selected.
273 invitations were issued to Occupation In-demand candidates with specific NOC codes. The minimum score required was 60 and invited candidates had Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). Not all occupations were selected.
The occupations eligible for the EOI selection in the latest SINP draw for both Express Entry and Occupation in-demand candidates have the following NOC codes:
The size, frequency, and minimum score requirement of SINP EOI draws are determined by the need for Saskatchewan’s application inventory. Draws are usually conducted on a weekly basis (with some exceptions) – and the dates of such EOI draws are not released beforehand.
Candidates can have only one active Expression of Interest (EOI) profile in the SINP and the profile is valid for one year from the date of submission.
Candidates who have successfully submitted their EOI are placed into the EOI pool – alongside other eligible candidates. Once in the pool, candidates are ranked based on the information provided in their EOI profiles. The highest-ranking candidates (both Express Entry & Occupation In-demand) are invited to apply to the SINP.
The Saskatchewan PNP uses an electronic system and will communicate with candidates by email. If issued an ITA, eligible candidates can use the same login information created for EOI submission.
Candidates must make sure that the information provided in their EOI is current and accurate at all times.
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