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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Invites 534 Candidates

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Invites 534 Candidates

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) sent out 534 invitations to apply to the provincial nominee program

The draw took place on Nov. 3 and invited candidates in their Express Entry and Occupations in Demand streams of the SINP. 

Nov 3. SINP draw results

For this draw, SINP only chose applicants who had a score of 68 points or higher on their points assessment grid

Occupations in Demand sub-category:

  • Invitations: 262
  • Minimum score: 68

To receive an invitation under the Occupations in Demand sub-category applicants, must meet the points requirement as well as have experience in 55 occupations were included in this round of invitations. 

Express Entry sub-category:

  • Invitations: 272
  • Minimum score: 68

In addition to the minimum points score, applicants who receive an invitation under the Express Entry sub-category must also be able to demonstrate work experience in one of 47 occupations that the SINP is targeting. 

What makes SINP unique

What makes the SINP a really interesting provincial nominee program is that the two main streams of immigration do not require a job offer or experience in the province. Close connections to Saskatchewan do increase your overall point total, but if you have a strong enough profile, you can still be eligible to apply. 

I received an invitation, what comes next? 

You will have 60 days to submit a complete online application to the SINP and provide supporting documents. The documents that they require are similar to documents needed to apply for Canadian permanent residence. 

You will need to demonstrate you have sufficient funds to support your relocation to Saskatchewan. This comes in the form of bank statements confirming these funds are available to you. For a single individual, the amount of funds you need is $12,669. For a family of four, this amount is $23,542.

You will also need to provide language test results, educational credential assessments, as well as work experience and identity documents. 

A processing fee of $350 will also need to be included in your application. This fee is in addition to any fees you will need to pay to process your application for permanent residence. 

Adam Pinsky

Adam Pinsky has a keen interest in all things immigration and has been working in the industry for 11 years.

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