Saskatchewan, a Canadian province, has issued another round of invitations under the Canadian permanent residence program for the third time in 2022. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has issued 198 invitations to skilled workers to apply for provincial nomination.
The following are the draw’s specifics:
|Date of Invitations to Apply
|Total Candidates Invited to Apply
|Score of Lowest Ranked Candidate to Apply
|May 05, 2022
The skilled professionals invited fall into the following categories:
The Province of Saskatchewan participates in the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), often known as the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.
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The following categories are available through the Saskatchewan immigration program:
- International Skilled Worker (ISW)
- Worker with Saskatchewan Work Experience
- Farm Owner and Operator
Candidates in the Occupations In-Demand and Saskatchewan Express Entry streams have received invitations from the SINP to apply in the provincial drawings that come within the ISW category, which are held on a regular basis.
The ISW category of the SINP is largely for foreign skilled professionals who desire to make a livelihood and work in Saskatchewan as permanent residents. Skilled workers can apply in one of three subcategories. To be eligible, an individual must meet certain criteria.
The ISW streams are as follows:
- ISW: Employment Offer
- ISW: Occupations In-Demand
- ISW: Saskatchewan
For a Canada Express Entry immigration candidate, a PNP nomination is worth 600 CRS points. The CRS indicates a ranking score based on the Comprehensive Ranking System.
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