About 520 potential candidates invited through Saskatchewan’s PNP
On September 8, Saskatchewan sent a second set of invitations.
528 people were asked to apply for one of two immigration programs through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). 316 people may be qualified for the SINP’s Express Entry subcategory, whereas 212 may be eligible for the Occupations In-Demand subcategory.
Each sub-lowest-scoring category’s contender received 66 points. The Expression of Interest (EOI) ranking system in Saskatchewan. There were 16 vocations available for each category in this draw. On Saskatchewan’s government website, you can find a complete list of qualified occupations.
Educational Credential Assessments were also required for both groups to verify that their foreign education was similar.
Details about the sub-category of Express Entry
The upgraded Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) in the Express Entry sub-category is linked to the federal Express Entry system.
Express Entry is in charge of the candidate pool for three of Canada’s most popular economic immigration programs: the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, and Canadian Experience Class.
In order to be eligible for an invitation to submit for a provincial nomination, candidates with Express Entry profiles must additionally build EOI profiles for Saskatchewan.
Express Entry candidates who get a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan are given an extra 600 points in the Comprehensive Ranking System. This prize ensures that they will receive publicity.
Details about the Occupations In-Demand sub-category
The Occupations In-Demand sub-category is a base PNP, which means it is open to immigrants without an Express Entry profile.
This sub-category is for highly skilled employees with experience in a Saskatchewan-demanded occupation but has not yet been offered a position in the province.
The EOI system in Saskatchewan allows the province to choose immigrants who have the potential to prosper in the prairie province. Candidates will be judged on their capacity to settle in Saskatchewan based on their work experience, education, language skills, age, and ties to the province.