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New SINP Draw Invited Foreign Skill Workers With Lowest Score

New SINP Draw Invited Foreign Skill Workers With Lowest Score

Posted On: Fri, Dec 27 2019

This is to inform that government of Saskatchewan has invited skilled and qualified workers under its Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand Stream on 10th October, 2018. The Saskatchewan province invited 359 candidates for Express Entry with lowest rank score of 60 points in the latest EOI draw. Other 494 candidates were invited under Occupation In-Demand Category with lowest rank score of 63 points.

All the candidates invited in the latest Expression of Interest draw had educational credential assessment positive reports. Going by the Expression of Interest draws, one can conclude that more number of invitations is given on less FSW points as compared to the previous draws conducted on September 27, 2018 where, applicant was invited with 65 Express Entry points and 66 OID points.

If this trend continues, there is speculation that SINP in coming weeks will invite more applicants with less point score. With the change in SINP invitation draw method from ‘First Come First Serve’ method to Expression of Interest draw method, more number of migrants are given invitations.

If you wish to apply for SINP, an applicant must have at least 60 points out of 100 on Saskatchewan point assessment grid. The points calculated for age, educational qualification, work experience, language ability and adaptability factors.

For further information related to Canada PR process and different PR programs available for permanent residency options, it is suggested to fill the free assessment form .


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