Check your Eligibility
The SINP or Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program is one of the ways to immigrate to Canada. You need to score 60/100 in the CRS or Comprehensive Ranking System to be eligible in the SINP. If you have a nomination from the province, the chances of you being issued a Canada PR or permanent residency increase.
SINP requires the applications through the four categories given below:
Through this category, foreign national Skilled workers can apply for migration and work opportunities. Saskatchewan will nominate candidates for immigration if they have the required skilled work experience in any of Saskatchewan’s occupations that are facing a shortage in the skilled workforce.
The category permits foreign nationals who are already working and living in Saskatchewan to apply for Canada PR. This program is divided further into various streams.
The category is for immigrants who want to set up a business in the province or wish to operate or own a farm or business in Saskatchewan.
You need to meet the eligibility requirements given below to apply for the stream.
There is a two-step process in the application system of SINP.
You are required to submit an Expression of Interest to the SINP in the 1st step. In the SINP points evaluation grid, you will be awarded points out of 100 points based on the qualifications you have. To be eligible under the SINP, you must score a minimum of 60 out of 100 points. The candidates with the highest scores are eligible to apply under the SINP.
In the 2nd stage of the process, you need to apply for provincial nomination. If your application gets approved, you are eligible to apply for your Canada PR status directly to the government of Canada.
The factors that are considered include:
For calculating eligibility , you have to add Factor I + Factor II = 100