The Saskatchewan province has held the first EOI – Expression of Interest draw for candidates in the Express Entry pool. It has thus offered these candidates the ITAs for Provincial Nomination. The province has also updated its List of In-Demand Occupations in the process.
466 invitations to apply for Canada PR through the Provincial Nomination were offered by the province. This was for candidates in the Express Entry sub-category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. The minimum score for this draw was 68, as quoted by the CIC News.
Candidates who are successful in their application for a Provincial Nomination from Saskatchewan are offered 600 additional points. This is towards their score in the Comprehensive Ranking System.
There are certain processes to be followed for qualifying for the Express Entry sub-category of the SINP. The candidates in the Express Entry pool must register their profile in the SINP Expression of Interest. They are the offered scores out of 100 depending on their responses to diverse equerries. These pertain to their Education, Work Experience, and Proficiency in French or English.
The SINP also announced in its draw update that the List of In-Demand Occupations has been revised. This is to ensure that those candidates with positive prospects of employment in the province are chosen. It is also to ensure that the nominations do not outnumber the employment demand, added SINP.
The updated List of In-Demand Occupations of Saskatchewan consists of 22 occupations. 3 among these do not mandate the candidate to possess precise professional licensure. Professional licensure from the appropriate organizations for the rest of the 19 occupations is required by the Government of Saskatchewan.
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