SINP invites 280 immigration candidates, Saskatchewan offers nomination

SINP invites 280 immigration candidates, Saskatchewan offers nomination

Saskatchewan conducted an EOI draw on July 21, 2021. SINP issued 280 invitations to immigration candidates across 2 streams to apply for a provincial nomination.

Candidates from the Occupations in-demand Stream

  • 196 of these candidates received invitations from SINP
  • They have experience and skill in one of 63 NOC-coded occupations.
  • The minimum score expected from these candidates was 77.

Candidates from the Express Entry Stream

  • 84 of these candidates received invitations from SINP
  • They have experience and skill in one of 63 NOC-coded occupations.
  • The minimum score expected from these candidates was 77.

NOCs included

0013

0114

1215

1224

2253

3143

6344

7241

0421

0651

1252

2144

4152

4162

0821

1122

2223

2232

4166

4212

8255

7294

0014

0121

1221

1241

2262

3211

7231

7243

0423

0711

2131

2151

4156

4164

0911

1123

2225

2241

4167

4216

0132

1222

1243

2263

3234

7237

7246

0621

0712

2142

2212

4161

4165

1121

1214

2231

2242

4169

6316

9232

0016

The process for EOI in Saskatchewan

  • Submission of a candidate’s EOI profile
  • Entry of the candidate into the EOI candidate pool
  • Selection of EOI candidates
  • Issuance of ITAs through draws held regularly
  • Submission of applications by candidates in full within 60 days
  • Assessment of applications by officials of SINP and their final decision on approval

Requirements of sub-category – Occupations In-demand

  • A score of at least 60 points on the points assessment grid of SINP
  • A minimum language score of CLB 4 (higher scores may be asked for by employers and regulatory bodies)
  • Completion of one year of post-secondary education, apprenticeship, or training with comparison to the education system in Canada. You must have earned a degree, certificate, or diploma.
    • Diplomas and degrees obtained outside Canada that are subject to an ECA
  • A minimum of 1 year’s work experience in the past 10 years:
    • In an occupation considered eligible in categories NOC A, B, 0, and
    • In the candidate’s field of education or occupational training
  • Get the suitable licensure in Saskatchewan in case it’s required for your field, without which the authorities won’t go ahead with application processing
  • Have proof of settlement funds as well as a plan for settlement
  • Payment of $300 as application fee online, that’s non-refundable

Requirements of sub-category – Express Entry

  • Candidates must be either from outside Canada or with legal status in Canada
  • A profile in the Express Entry pool, with profile number as well as job seeker validation code
  • A score of at least 60 points on the points assessment grid of SINP
  • Results of a valid language test from a designated testing agency that matches those in the Express Entry profile
  • Completion of one year of post-secondary education, apprenticeship, or training with comparisons to the education system of Canada. You must have earned a degree, certificate, or diploma
    • Diplomas or degrees obtained outside Canada subject to an ECA
  • Have a minimum of 1 year of experience in the candidate’s field of education or occupational training:
    • Work experience of 1 year in the past 10 years in a skilled profession (non-trades),
    • Work experience of 2 years in a skilled trade in the past 5 years, or
    • Work experience of 1 year in Canada in the past 3 years (non-trades and trades)
  • Work experience in an occupation requiring high skill deemed eligible in categories NOC A, B, 0
  • Get the suitable licensure in Saskatchewan where the candidate has a profession that’s regulated if not active in a skilled trade. A certificate is needed for skilled trades from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission.
  • Proof of settlement funds as well as a settlement plan
  • Payment of $300 as application fee online that’s non-refundable

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Note:

NOC – National Occupational Classification

SINP – Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program

CLB – Canadian Language Benchmark

ECA – Educational Credential Assessment

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