Saskatchewan PR Rules And Policies 2019
Posted On: Mon, Dec 16 2019
Saskatchewan is a province of immense popularity in Canada, especially among Indian migrants. A low and reasonable passing criteria might be the probable reason for this. In a recent announcement by Minister of Immigration, Ahmed Hussen, Canada is all set to welcome 1 million skilled and qualified foreign immigrants in Canada through both its federal as well as provincial routes of immigration.
The latest immigration update has been released for three years in order to strengthen the Canadian economic growth. The three year immigration plan 2019-21 targets immigration intake under Canada’s most important PR programs like Federal Skilled Worker Program, Family Program that includes spouse, parents and children and grandparents etc.The latest immigration news regarding 2019 intake is the allotment of 81,400 Federal Skilled Worker invitations in which the minimum invitations accepted will be 76,000 and maximum will be 86,000.
For the provincial nomination programs, Saskatchewan being one of the provinces, the latest update says that for 2019, the allotment has been fixed at 61,000 with minimum invitations fixed at 57,000 and maximum being 68,000.However, the immigration intake level for the year 2020 has been decided at 85,800 with lower limit at 81,000 and upper limit at 88,000. The provincial Nomination Program intake is fixed at 67,800 with minimum intake of 62,000 migrants and maximum being 71,000.
The new immigration update for year 2021 for the Federal Skilled Worker Program is decided at 88,000 giving at least minimum invitations to 84,000 applicants and maximum being at 91,000. However, the Provincial Nomination Program for the same year has been fixed at 71,300. The minimum invitations are fixed at 67,000 and maximum at 74,000.
To apply for Saskatchewan’s Provincial Nominee Program, first you need to understand Saskatchewan Immigration PR Rules 2019 as well as SINP Requirements associated with this popular program. Highly Demand Jobs List in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan’s PNP Rules and Regulations For 2019:
Saskatchewan’s rules and policies are easy to comply with, be it any stream under the program. Currently, two popular streams offered by Saskatchewan are:
a) Saskatchewan’s Express Entry Stream
b) Occupation in demand list
For both the streams, candidate must be having his/her Express Entry profile first.
The Express Entry profile is going to take into account, the following credentials:
b) Educational levels
c) Work experience/ History of work
d) IELTS score
These factors are actually the deciding factors of your fate, whether or not you can migrate to Saskatchewan.
Based on these credentials, you will be given point score as per Saskatchewan’s point assessment grid. The minimum required score is 60 points out of 100. Note that this is the minimum benchmark required for Saskatchewan to notice your profile. In order to get secure nomination/selection by the province, try to maximise this score as much as you can.
The latest SINP news is the change in the immigration pathway from ‘first come first serve’ to Expression of Interest System.The EOI draws are conducted on regular basis to invite skilled migrants in large numbers. With the EOI system, many migrants are invited in the draw as opposed to first come first serve where the quota used to get close in short span of time.
In order to get Saskatchewan’s nod on your application, following things will first go under their radar:
- Your job code/ profile needs to be in high demand in province of Saskatchewan.
- You need to be highly educated and experienced in the field as per the requirements mentioned by SINP
- You also need to have sufficient funds to sustain yourself and your family in Saskatchewan for at least 3 to 6 months. You will need to carry a valid proof of funds with you when you finally move to Canada. (Valid only for Occupation in-demand stream)
- You need to comply with other police certificate and character requirements
Once you manage to get approval i.e., nomination, wait for the next Express Entry Draw. Meanwhile, claim extra 600 CRS. WHY?
Highlight of Minimum Requirements for SINP/ SINP Rules:
Age – 47 years or younger
Education – 3 years of degree or more
Experience – 2 years of experience or more
IELTS – 4.5 bands in each module of general training examination
Saskatchewan Immigration Processing Time:
The province of Saskatchewan reduced the PR processing time from 23 weeks to merely 3 weeks! Though, the SINP processing time varies application to application and other relatable factors. Hence, the processing time for Saskatchewan is variable from case to case. The standard time for an application to process requires about 6 to 8 months of time frame.
However, for faster processing and backing in case of failures, you should get a professional help well in advance.
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Saskatchewan is an ideal destination for you to make new home, workplace and family at.
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