The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has issued 748 Canada immigration invites in a new Expression of Interest draw. The province's Occupations In-Demand and Express Entry streams, which targeted 19 National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes issued a total of 748 new immigration applicants with a minimum score of 68.
From the Saskatchewan Occupations In-Demand list, 469 candidates while from the Express Entry 279 were invited with a minimum score of 68. Occupations targeted for the Occupations In-Demand and Express Entry draw were with NOCs as: 2171, 0621, 6221, 2281, 2263, 0711, 2282, 6211, 0631, 3212, 2234, 3219, 3237, 0632, 8252, 6312, 3217, 3214.
The draw was released on July 28, 2022.
A SINP application and an EOI for International Skilled Workers are not the same thing. To establish your qualifications and indicate your interest in applying to the SINP, you can submit a pre-application online. Your eligibility for the immigration program is determined using the information you supply. This will determine whether or not your application is accepted into the International Skilled Worker EOI system.
Candidates with the skills necessary by Saskatchewan's work market are chosen via the International Skilled Worker EOI procedure. These include connections to the province, work history, and linguistic ability. An Invitation to Apply is subsequently given to the applicants who the system has determined are eligible (ITA).
A score is automatically assigned to those who submit an Expression of Interest profile based on a number of factors. The SINP point assessment grid contains the requirements for the EOI point score. The selection procedure for the SINP's Expression of Interest will follow a progression that starts with locating individuals with the highest point totals. Additional selection criteria will be used if there are too many candidates with the same point total to fulfil the desired number of candidates for the EOI Draw.
Candidates with ties to Saskatchewan will be chosen first among those with equal scores. This includes persons who have a close family member living in Saskatchewan PNP, who have previously worked there, or who have previously attended school there. The following set of criteria will give preference to applicants with the most professional experience and the best language test results.
The EOI system may be used by the SINP to select candidates for particular occupations. The eligibility and selection standards are subject to change at any time. If your employment or previous work experience is not in demand, you won't be contacted to apply.
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