Saskatchewan announced two PNP draw results together

Saskatchewan PNP Draw
  • October 28, 2020

Recently Saskatchewan has announced results of two Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draws together where one was of October 21 & another one was of October 7.

On October 21, 2020, the  Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) invited immigration candidates under its Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand categories.

On October 7, Saskatchewan invited candidates under its Express Entry category.

The total number of sent invitations for a provincial nomination for permanent residence was 618 on October 21. From that 340 candidates got invited under the Express Entry category & the lowest-ranked candidate needed a score of 69 to receive an invitation. Rest 278 candidates were invited under the Occupations In-Demand category and the lowest-ranked candidate needed a score of 78.

On the other hand on October 7, a Total of 455 Express Entry candidates received invitations and the minimum required score was 70.

In total so far 3,040 candidates have received invitations under the Express Entry category in 2020.

To get selected candidates to need to register under an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with the SINP. To invite potential candidates, the SINP uses an EOI system to select appropriate candidature to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence in order to fulfill job market requirements.

Candidates who wish to work or migrate to Saskatchewan must create an EOI profile and prove their capabilities to settle by showing their valid work experience, education, language ability, age, and connections to the province.

Consider above mentioned five factors, the SINP gives a score out of 100 on the International Skilled Worker Points Assessment Grid to registered candidates.

In the order of highest scoring applications to lowest scoring applications, they issue an invitation to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence.

To receive an invitation from the province ‘Saskatchewan’ the candidate does not need a job offer. Yet candidates required having a least a year’s work experience in an eligible skilled occupation related to their field of study.

An Educational Credential Assessment shows how foreign degrees, diplomas, and certificates compare to Canadian credentials are required to get elected after getting selected under both the categories.

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