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Saskatchewan sends 468 invites for Canada PR

The Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Latest Draw invited 468 applicants for Canada PR. The lowest CRS cutoff for this draw went at 80 points. Also, the primary two categories from which applications were selected are SINP Express Entry and SINP Occupations In-demand. One of Canada's most peaceful provinces, Saskatchewan offers new immigrants ample job opportunities, a high standard of living, and a steadily growing economy. In addition to the abundant resources available to job seekers, Saskatchewan offers affordable living costs with medical care, sales tax, and decent housing. The SINP latest draw’s results shown are as of December 21, 2022.

Saskatchewan Express Entry

To enter Saskatchewan under the Express Entry category one first needs to have a relevant profile in the Canadian Express Entry System. Your profile must indicate interest in the province of Saskatchewan to be considered for a provincial nomination. The candidate must also make sure that they meet the eligibility requirements specified by the province. These are:

  • The applicant must have a valid express entry profile number and job seeker code.

  • Candidate must have a minimum of 60 points out of 110 on the SINP assessment grid.

  • The language test results must be from an authorized institution.

  • The applicant must provide relevant educational credential assessment and proof of licensure.

  • Also, past work experience in the desired occupation is required.

  • The applicant must show proof of funds and a plan of settlement in the province.

Saskatchewan Occupations In-demand

To enter Canada under this category, the applicant needs to be a highly skilled worker with experience in an in-demand occupation in Saskatchewan, who does not yet have a job offer in the province. The eligibility criterion for occupations in demand is:

  • The applicant must be from outside Canada or have legal status in Canada.

  • Must not be a refugee claimant.

  • Need to have a minimum of 60 points out of 110 on the SINP assessment grid.

  • Have at least CLB 4 in any one of the two official languages of Canada English and French.

  • The applicant must provide relevant ECA and necessary proof of funds.

  • Have proper proof of licensure from a recruiter in the occupations in demand in Saskatchewan.

On 16 November 2022, Saskatchewan shifted from National Occupational Classification (NOC) to TEER System following the launch of this system. Under the job classification, not all profiles are eligible to apply and/or receive a nomination for permanent residency in Canada. Besides, there are many other steps of the process to apply for the Saskatchewan EOI Draw 2022 apart from fulfilling the basic eligibility criteria. Read here to find more details.

Published Date: 23rd December 2022