Saskatchewan Issues Nearly 4,000 Invitations for Canada PR Since 25 Sept

Saskatchewan Issues Nearly 4,000 Invitations for Canada PR Since 25 Sept


Saskatchewan conducts Another recent Draw for its Express Entry (EE) & Occupation In-Demand applicants. Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program has announced approximately 4,000 invitations to apply for a Canada PR since 25 September 2019.

Saskatchewan another recent invitation round held on 24 October for Immigration applicants in its Express Entry & Occupation In-Demand sub-categories. In this draw, SINP announced 922 invitations to apply for a nomination from the province for Canadian PR.

No employment offer or work experience in Canada is required to be suitable for SINP. Either of which needs an employment offer in Saskatchewan which is also a type of relief for many applicants.

The S.I.N.P’s (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) Express Entry sub-category is attached to the Canadian Express Entry system, which manages the pool of applicants for Canada’s 3 Federal High Skilled immigration classes 

• Canadian Experience Class

• Federal Skilled Trades Class and 

• The Federal Skilled Worker Class

The Occupation In-Demand sub-category is welcoming immigration applicants who do not have a profile in Express Entry.

SINP conducted 9 draws since 25 Sept 2019 and approximately 4,000 invitations are issued which is obviously a great sign but that also indicates that those who aspire to migrate to Canada should enroll themselves as soon as feasible because even S.I.N.P has a specific limit.

The S.I.N.P (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) has now held 5 invitation rounds by its Express Entry and 4 invitation rounds for Occupation In-Demand since 25 Sept. A sum of 3,846 invitations have already been sent to appeal for a nomination from the province that has been announced to applicants in both sub-categories.

Requirements for SINP


• SINP requires a minimum one year of work experience in a profession that is listed SINP in-demand Occupations; and 

• That experience must be relevant to their area of study, along with other criteria.

This new development also resulted in the launch of an Excluded Professions List that dramatically increased the number of qualified professions from 19 to even higher than 200.

Some of the Professions included in this recent draw include managerial, technical, professional and skilled trades professions. This is great news for those who strive for Canada PR.

To get your possible Immigration options, approach Immigration News now, and we will also evaluate your profile with our Immigration experts and advise you whether you are qualified to apply or not.

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