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Saskatchewan PNP invites 35 applicants in the Latest SINP Draw

In the latest draw conducted by Saskatchewan PNP on the 8th of November, 2022 Saskatchewan invited 35 candidates from three major categories - Express Entry, Occupation in Demand, and Candidates from Ukraine.

On November 8, a new SINP draw was held.

Saskatchewan welcomed 10 candidates under the Express Entry subcategory in the most recent SINP-International Skilled Worker (ISW) Category draw, while 21 ITAs were referred to the OID (Occupation in Demand) subcategory. The lowest-scoring applicant for the Saskatchewan PNP received 69 points in each of the two well-liked areas.

Click here to check your SINP score on the Saskatchewan PNP point calculator.

In addition, as a specific response to the continuing war, the province sent 4 invitations to the Candidates whose current place of residency is Ukraine.

Latest SINP draw, tabular representation:

Date Category Scores No. of Candidates Invited Other Consideration

November, 8th 2022

Express Entry

69

10

Invited Candidates underwent evaluations of their academic credentials.

Not all professions were chosen. The

 

The following classification numbers apply to professions selected and qualified for the EOI selection on November 8, 2022: 3122,3143,3215,3216,3234,4151

November, 8th 2022

Occupation In Demand

69

21

Invited Candidates underwent evaluations of their academic credentials.

Not all professions were chosen. The

 

The following classification numbers apply to professions selected and qualified for the EOI selection on November 8, 2022: 3122,3143,3215,3216,3234,4151

November, 8th 2022

-(Ukraine)

64

04

Candidates invited whose present

a resident's nation is Ukraine

Extra precaution in reaction to the current conflict.

What are the eligibility requirements for SINP?

  • In order to be qualified to apply for the SINP a candidate must:
  • A minimum of 60 points out of a possible 110 on the SINP point evaluation grid
  • Must provide proof of their legal status if they are currently residing in Canada;
  • It is necessary to present language test results from a licensed testing organization that match the language proficiency level for the occupation in-demand category -minimum CLB 4
  • Must have successfully completed at least one year of post-secondary training or education that is comparable to Canada's educational system and must have led to the awarding of a degree, diploma, or certificate;
  • Need to have a certain amount of work experience in a profession that isn't on the Saskatchewan Excluded Occupations List. The following is the bare minimum for work experience:
  • 1 year of work experience in a skilled profession (other than a trade) within the last 10 years; 2 years of work experience in a skilled trade within the last 5 years; or 12 months of work experience in Canada within the last 3 years (skilled tradespeople and skilled professionals)
  • The employment experience you've indicated must be in the field of your post-secondary degree or training.
  • Your work experience must be relevant to both your education and job.
  • To find out if your work has specific SINP education requirements, check the requirements related to professional status or licensure section of the SINP website.
  • You might need to provide proof of your professional status or your ability to obtain a license in order to do your job.
  • A settlement strategy and proof of sufficient settlement money are required.

Click here to catch all the updates regarding the Previous SINP draw here.

How to apply for Saskatchewan PNP?

  1. Create a profile.
  2. Fill out each of the sections.
  3. Scan and upload all of your PDF supporting documents and completed forms. For your records, keep the originals.
  4. Save your application, and then send it.

Meet Mr. Bharat Jolly an Applicant for Saskatchewan PNP who is currently leading a well-settled and accomplished life in Saskatchewan with the right assistance from Aptech Visa.

Mr. Bharat Jolly