Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program

The Latest Saskatchewan PNP Draw Invites 534 Candidates Through Two Subcategories

Published on : November 4, 2020

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) held a new round of invitations on 3rd November 2020.

SINP sent out 534 invitations to immigration candidates from the international skilled worker category through two subcategories, the Express Entry & Occupations In-Demand.

Candidates from both these subcategories had to submit Expression of Interest (EOI) profiles with SINP to be invited. 

Candidates in both these categories were required to have a minimum cut-off score of 68. 

Other individual eligibility criteria for subcategories are as follows:

272 Candidates Qualified through Express Entry 

Additional With 68 points

  • 10 years work experience 
  • Canadian Language Benchmark of 8 or higher

Others with EOI score of 69 or more

There were 47 occupations included in this draw

262 Candidates Qualified through Occupations In-Demand

  • All candidates required Educational Credential Assessments

There were 55 occupations included in this draw.

Express Entry & Occupations In-Demand

Express Entry candidates receiving provincial nomination from Saskatchewan are awarded additional 600 points towards their CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score. It ensures that they will be invited to apply for PR in subsequent Federal Express Entry draws.

Occupations In-Demand subcategory is open to candidates who do not have any Federal Express Entry profile. However, these candidates have work experience in occupations having shortages in Saskatchewan province.

Topics: Migrate, Canada

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