Introduction to Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

Saskatchewan is a land of opportunity. The pathway to this land is through SINP. Saskatchewan nominates applicants for PR visa through SINP. This is an unbiased system which selects skilled candidates, with a view to add value to the Canadian economy with their qualifications, education and work experience.

The aim of SINP is to nominate applicants with or without job offer. It is applicable for those who want to start their own business, and contribute in the farming industry, while living as a resident of the province.

What is SINP- Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program Process?

This offers immigrations with a Provincial Canada PR visa. The rules and the conditions for immigration are subject to change, in accordance with the provincial government's will or of the Federal Government of Canada and the IRCC.

In this program the skilled workers, international graduates, international skilled workers can apply. SINP is the fastest program that nominates the candidates globally, under the Federal Government of Canada. The SINP has the fastest processing time in comparison to other PNP programs.

The salient features that SINP offers are:

Under the SINP there are three sub-categories.

·        The three sub-categories accept applicants throughout the year.

·        As per the demand of the Saskatchewan's labor market the application are accepted.

·        The factors applied include the age, experience, education, language proficiency etc. The applicants obtain points on the basis of these factors.

·        The minimum point required for eligibility under SINP is 60 out of 100.

The SINP changed its immigration procedure to Expression of Interest (EOI) from its initial 'first come first serve' policy. EOI is online procedure to show the interest for applying to SINP. The present EOI has fast processing time method, and has invited numerous applicants through regular SINP EOI draws. Find out the detail of the EOI procedures, draws and predictions.

How to apply for SINP?

The SINP has three eligibility categories for those desiring to live and work in the province of Saskatchewan as PR. The three categories are:

Ø International Skilled worker category: This is for those applicants, who possess skilled working experience, proper education, and other qualities contributive for living in the provinces.

Ø Saskatchewan Experience category: This is for those applicants, who are already residing and operating as foreign national residents in the province of Saskatchewan.

Ø Entrepreneur and Farm Category: This is for those applicants, who are planning to start up their own business or to operate in farming within the geographical boundary of Saskatchewan Province.


International skilled worker category:

Those candidates who have the requisite education and skilled work experience can apply under this category. Language proficiency is also considered under this category. The three sub-categories that fall under this category are:

Ø International Skilled worker: Occupations In-Demand Sub-Category:

This is for those candidates who have skilled work experience in any occupation demand and do not have a job offer.

Ø International skilled worker : Saskatchewan Employment offer sub-category:

This is suitable for those candidates who have an offer-letter for job in Saskatchewan.

Ø International skilled worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry sub-category:

This is suitable for those candidates who possess a required potential skilled work experience, educational qualification, language proficiency.

International Skilled worker-Occupations In-demand:

Generally known as OID stream, in which the NOC code (National Occupation Classification) is of demand in the Saskatchewan list of demand. After 5 bands, the application under this category is filed. Minimum of 60 points are required.

The minimum Eligibility Requirements:

ü Legal documents proofs.

ü In Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB), the minimum score is 4.

ü Should have completed one year of post-secondary education, or training compatible to the Canadian education system.

ü Should posses a minimum of One year work experience in the related skill, or education, in a high-skilled occupation.  And this should be in demand in the provinces of Saskatchewan.

ü Eligibility proof of Saskatchewan license if already working in Saskatchewan. A license is required as a mandatory for the same.

ü Financial proof to settle in Saskatchewan.

ü The minimum point required for eligibility is 60 out of 100.

Get in touch with the Canada Consultant to check the eligibility.

International skilled worker- Employment Offer

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:

Here is the list of criteria to be eligible:

ü In Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB), the minimum score is 4.

ü Should posses a minimum of One year work experience in the related to the job offer in the provinces of Saskatchewan.

ü Eligible proof of the Saskatchewan license is necessary, for the jobs in Saskatchewan.

ü Financial proof to settle in Saskatchewan.

ü The minimum point required for eligibility is 60 out of 100.

ü The offer of PR, as full-time employment in Saskatchewan. A proof of SINP job approval. The job is required to have the NOC code Matrix Degree "A","B", or "0", or with a professional work in Saskatchewan.

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International skilled worker- Saskatchewan Express Entry.

 In this category, with candidate must file express entry while obtaining the relevant score in FSW, IELTS. The duration to receive a response from the Saskatchewan is almost 3 weeks. A candidate should have 6 bands in module of IELTS to file for an application under this category.

Eligibility Requirements:

Below is the list of requirement in this category:

ü Legal documents proofs.

ü In Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB), the minimum score is 4.

ü Should be accepted into the CIC's Express entry pool.

ü Should have completed one year of post-secondary education or training compatible to the Canadian education system.

ü Should posses a minimum of One year work experience in the related skill or education,

ü Eligibility proof of Saskatchewan license if already working in Saskatchewan. A license is required as a mandatory for the same.

ü Should obtain the grade for skilled occupation of NOC "0", "A", or "B".

ü Financial proof to settle in Saskatchewan.

ü The minimum point required for eligibility is 60 out of 100. 

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Check SINP Application Processing Time 2019

The time take for processing the application is 3 to 4 months for all International Skilled worker and Saskatchewan Experience applications. All the necessary information and proof documents are to be attached for the application process.

The time taken for processing differs according to its category:

ü Employment Offer Category: 4 Weeks

ü Occupation In-Demand Category: 27 Weeks

ü Saskatchewan Express Entry: 29 Weeks

(The time is exclusive of the licensing and professional certification documents processing.)

The different SINP categories differ in their processing time. Saskatchewan Experience category has its PR processing time to 3 weeks only. A 2 week time is taken for the occupations like the Health professionals, international students, and work permit visa category. The Entrepreneur category PR visa takes 22 weeks of time to be processed.

Immigrate to Saskatchewan Canada without Job offer

Job offer is a great asset for the immigration process.  You can apply for Saskatchewan PNP via Express Entry without job offer. You can look for the best opportunity after reaching to Canada as a PR.

You can check the best of the eligibility for Canada PR.

Saskatchewan Point calculator/ Saskatchewan Point System

International Skilled Worker: Points Assessment Grid

The minimum point required for applying for SINP international skilled worker (ISW) sub-category is 60 out of 100.

The points are evaluated on the basis of the documents submitted in the application process. For the point’s assessment, have a check of the "Required Documents" in the section of the sub-category.


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