The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) sent invitations to 502 candidates in a recent draw held on July 29. Those candidates were invited who have work experience in the specified occupations. If you want to apply for the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program SINP must first submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) application with the provincial government to be considered.
From 502 in total, 248 were invited through SINP Occupations in Demand sub-category and the minimum score was 70.
Rest 254 candidates were invited via Express Entry sub-category and the minimum score for both categories was the same.
Similar to many other provincial nominee programs, SINP uses points-based selection factors that help to select and then rank candidates. Candidates need to score 60 points minimum to be eligible but more scores increase chances to be selected. To apply for SINP or review the requirements, consult our expert immigration consultants.
Candidates who have an active Express Entry profile and who submit an Expression Of Interest to SINP are eligible under the Express Entry sub-category. While the Candidates who do not have an Express Entry profile are eligible to submit to the SINP Occupations in Demand sub-category but to be eligible for both categories one must have to submit EOI.
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