Everything you need to know about the Canadian Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

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Everything you need to know about the Canadian Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

Saskatchewan is a province that is in the center of Canada. The settlement of this province began in 1774 and Saskatchewan suitably becomes a province in 1905. This province was named on the River (Saskatchewan) that is 340 miles long. Summers of this province are too hard and winters are too cold. This province is the sunniest in Canada and is the perfect place for those who love to do hiking and other natural activities.

SINP (Saskatchewan immigration nominee program) allows the province to nominate a candidate for permanent residence on the basis of 3 categories.

  1. Skilled International Worker
  2. Saskatchewan Experience
  3. Business/Entrepreneur/Farm Application

We are going to have a dedicated article for each category so that we have a detailed source for each and every category and one can focus only on the category he/she falls in.

In this article, we are just going to talk about the skilled international worker category

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program - Skilled International Worker

Skilled international worker category is further divided into 3 subcategories

  1. Employment Offer
  2. Occupation In-Demand
  3. Saskatchewan Express Entry

Employment Offer Category

This category is for those who are skilled workers and have an offer of skilled occupation in Saskatchewan. People from Canada with legal status or outside of Canada, both are qualified under this category.

The requirement of employment offer category

  • Should have a minimum of 60 points out of 100 In the SINP Points assignment grid.
  • Should have at least 1-year experience in the intended occupation from the past 10 years.
  • Should have a Canadian language benchmark (CLB) 4. For employers and businessmen this score may be higher.
  • Have an appropriate license in Saskatchewan if your profession is regulated. For skilled trade, a certificate is mandatory from the Saskatchewan trade certification commission.
  • Have an offer of full time, permanent job in Saskatchewan.
  • Valid SINP Job approval letter
  • The job offer must be in NOC A, B, 0 or a designated trade.

Occupation In-Demand Category

This category is for those who don’t have a job offer from Saskatchewan but are highly skilled in an in-demand occupation.

Candidates of Canada or outside of Canada with legal status, both are qualified.

Requirements of Occupation in-demand category

  • Should have a minimum of 60 points out of 100 In the SINP Points assignment grid.
  • Should have a Canadian language benchmark (CLB) 4. For employers and businessmen this score may be higher.
  • Must have completed 12 months of post-secondary education, training that's comparable to the Canadian education system.
  • Must have a settlement plan as well as proof of sufficient settlement funds.
  • If you are planning to regulate your business in Saskatchewan then you must require an appropriate license.

Saskatchewan Express Entry Stream

This category is for those people who want to live in Saskatchewan and their files are already in express entry pool.

Requirements of Saskatchewan express entry stream

  • Must have a file in express entry pool with profile number and job seeker validation code.
  • Should provide a valid language test results.
  • Must have completed 12 months of post-secondary program, training or apprenticeship comparable to the Canadian education system.
  • At least have one of the following below given experiences
    • One year of work experience in a skilled profession (non-trades) over the past 10 years.
    • 24 months of work experience in the skilled trade profession over the past 5 years.
    • 12 months of work experience in Canada in the past year.
  • Should have experience in a high skilled NOC A, B, 0
  • If you are planning to regulate your business in Saskatchewan then you must require an appropriate license.
  • Pay a $ 300 non-refundable fee online.
  • Proof of settlement funds.