The latest draw held on 20th June for Saskatchewan's International Skilled worker pool is out where 479 invitations were issued for skilled experienced candidates with specific five occupations. The SINP skilled worker programs are subjected to overseas skilled candidates who are looking towards Canadian permanent residence. These invitations are issued for candidates whose profile are in the pool of Saskatchewan's Express Entry and occupation In-Demand sub-categories, both of which require work experience in the same occupation listed as in-demand in the province.
Applicants are invited with the lowest score drawn of 68 points for both Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-categories.
Specific Occupations for which the candidates are invited on 20th June SINP Express Entry draw are
In the overall 479 occupations, a total of 268 invitations are conducted with the federal Express Entry System and also have a registered profile with SINP. The rest of the 211 invitations went for the applicants who are eligible and the occupation is listed in SINP's occupation in demand subcategory. In order to apply for the provincial nomination program through either sub-category, the very first step is to register the Expression of Interest or EOI, with Saskatchewan.
If you are applying through Express Entry, you need to create a separate Expression of Interest. The expression of interest considers the applicant's skills as per the education, work experience, proficiency in English or French and other factors, where scores are provided out of 100 as per the skills and the information provided. The applicants with the highest immigration score in both the Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand are invited on priority bases to apply for a provincial nomination through regular draws. Till now Saskatchewan has issued 1166 invitations for Express Entry candidates through the provincial nomination program and a total of 1407 invitations to Occupation In-Demand candidates. Expression Entry Candidates who receive a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan are getting additional 600 points as per the Comprehensive ranking system (CRS) score and are also having good chances to get an invitation on priority bases.
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