• Fri, Jul 22 2022
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SINP witnesses the largest Express Entry Category draw of the year.

On July 21, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) held its third draw of the month, inviting 797 applicants to apply for a provincial nomination. This is the province's largest draw so far this year.

In the July 21 invitation round, 797 invitations were issued to Express Entry candidates with a minimum Expression of Interest (EOI) score of 68 and work experience in one of 21 occupations.

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On July 21, Saskatchewan issued 5 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination to Ukrainian nationals in response to the crisis in Ukraine.

The following is a tabular presentation of the SINP draw results:

Date of Invitations to Apply


A score of Lowest Ranked Candidate to Apply

Total Candidates Invited to Apply

Other Considerations

July 21, 2022

Express Entry



Educational Credential Assessments were performed on invited candidates. Not all occupations were chosen. The following classification numbers apply to the occupations chosen and eligible for the EOI selection on July 21, 2022: 2171, 0621, 6221, 2281, 2263, 0711, 2282, 6211, 0631, 3212, 2234, 3219, 3237, 0632, 8252, 6312, 3217, 3214

Concerning the Express Entry category

Express Entry manages the pool of candidates for three of Canada's main economic immigration programs: the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Federal Skilled Trades Class, and the Canadian Experience Class.

Express Entry candidates who receive a provincial nomination receive an additional 600 points toward their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score, effectively moving them to the front of the line for a Government of Canada invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.

Candidates who receive a provincial nomination in the Occupation In-Demand sub-category have their applications for Canadian permanent residence processed outside of the Express Entry system.

To be considered for either sub-category, candidates must first submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through the SINP's International Skilled Worker Category.

Eligible candidates are given a score out of 100 based on factors such as their education, skilled work experience, proficiency in English or French, and Saskatchewan connections.

The highest-scoring candidates in both subcategories are then drawn at random from the pool.

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