November 13, 2019 – On November 12, Saskatchewan held another Express Entry and Occupations-in demand draw. The held draw has invited 525 skilled workers to apply for the provincial nomination for permanent residence.
A total of 303 Express Entry Candidates were invited to apply in the November 12 draw.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee program (SINP)’s Express Entry sub category is integrated to federal government’s Express Entry System that controls pool of candidates for the Canada’s economic class immigration programs i.e. Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trade Class, and Canadian Experience Class.
Express Entry candidates who receive a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan are awarded 600 points towards their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score and invited to apply for the Canadian Permanent Residence.
The Occupation in-demand category is for those immigrating candidates who do not hold their profile in Express Entry.
In the draw held on November 12, about 222 Occupation in-demand candidates were invited to apply for nomination for Canadian permanent residence.
Both SINP’s Express Entry and Occupation in-demand sub categories are the popular programs as they do not demand any employment offer in Saskatchewan.
Both the programs require having one year of work experience in an eligible skilled occupation related to their field of study.
November 1, 2019 – In another big draw held in the Saskatchewan province for the immigration applicants under the Express Entry and Occupation in-demand sub-categories.
The draw held in the province invites total of 858 invitations through the very popular Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).
The SINP has held six selection rounds through its express entry sub category and five occupation in-demand candidates since September 25.
A total of 4,704 invitations to apply (ITA) for provincial nomination has been issued to candidates in both sub-categories in the course of these 11 invitation rounds since the September.