Good news for the skilled candidates applying for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program and that is the province has expanded the list of in-demand occupations associated with both its Express Entry and in-demand occupation sub-categories. The occupations that are eligible for SINP now stands more than 200 as opposed to only 19 occupations. Now, profiles under skill level O, A, B are in-demand in Saskatchewan apart from 129 occupations.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) invites candidates under various streams but the two most popular are Express Entry and in-Demand Occupation sub-categories. Express Entry sub-category is for those candidates who have a profile already in Canada's Express Entry pool.
The successful candidates are awarded 600 additional points towards their ranking score that effectively guarantees an invitation to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence.The other stream occupation in-demand sub-category is available to the candidates outside of express entry. This means that candidates who have required work experience in an occupation listed on the demand list are invited to apply.
The Saskatchewan province rather than including the eligible occupations have put on the list of 129 occupations that are ineligible to apply for SINP. This means all the occupations apart from the excluded ones can be considered for applying SINP.
Thus, below mentioned is the list that contains the occupations that are excluded from applying to OID and Express Entry program sub-categories.
For further information related to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) and the occupation in-demand, it is suggested to complete the Canada Immigration Assessment Form. One of the experts will soon contact you to discuss the Canada PR query.