September 26, 2019 – The draw held on September 26 by Province of Saskatchewan is an invitation to 769 candidates falling under Express Entry and Occupation In-demand category to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence.
The invitation to candidates will allow them to get employment among the specified 100 occupations. Among those, the occupations are into the profiles like – Civil and Chemical engineers, Psychologists and information systems analysts, Medical radiation technologists and Consultants.
In order to be considered for provincial nomination, one year of experience is needed in an eligible occupation related to the candidate’s stream of study. However, a job offer in Saskatchewan and Canadian work experience are not necessary.
Of the total 769 candidates, 365 invitations were sent to Occupation in-demand candidates and another 404 invitations were issued through the SINP’s Express Entry sub-category, which is for the candidates with a profile under Federal Express Entry System.
Candidates under express entry category with a provincial nomination receive an additional 600 points towards their ranking score and are invited to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
To be eligible for the provincial nomination from Saskatchewan, candidates under Express Entry must need to register a separate Expression of Interest with the SINP.
Further, under the SINP’s system, eligible candidates are issued a score based on their education, work experience and ability to speak English or French language.
Candidates with the highest score will get an invitation to apply for the provincial nomination on the basis of regular draws held by SINP’s EOI pool.
In the September 25th draw the minimum score in the SINP were 70 for the express entry category sub-category candidates and 79 for the Occupation in-demand category.