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SINP Conducts New EOI Draws for Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand Candidates

Fri, May 03 2019

The province of Saskatchewan invited 202 applicants having work experience in any of seven occupations listed to apply for Canadian Permanent residence on May 1. The current draw invited applicants with the lowest ranking score of 67 immigration points for Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand categories.

The current EOI draw was conducted for Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand Immigration sub-categories targeted candidates with work experience in the following mentioned occupations:

NOC

OCCUPATION TITLE

0423

Managers in social, community and correctional services

1226

Conference and event planners

3216

Medical Sonographers

4151

Psychologists

4215

Instructors of persons with disabilities

6331

Butchers

6332

Bakers

 

The above mentioned seven occupations are listed on the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) in-demand Occupations list. The work experience is among the eligibility requirements for both the SINP's Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-categories. However, a job offer letter is not required.

The SINP draw was followed by the removal of conference and event planners (1226) from the list. This is the third time that the SINP has updated its in-demand Occupations List since the start of April.

In the earlier SINP EOI draw for Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand categories the applicants were invited having work experience in the four occupations, all of which were removed from the list after the draw.

In order to apply for an invitation to apply for a provincial nomination through SINP's Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-category, the applicants must first create and submit an Expression of Interest profile to the SINP. The profile is assessed and ranked on the following factors like education level, work experience, language ability and family, work or study connections to Saskatchewan.

The highest scoring applicants are then invited to apply through regular draws for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence.

Express Entry applicant who receives successful provincial nomination receives an additional 600 points towards their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score that effectively guarantees them for an invitation to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) allows skilled and qualified workers to come and settle in the province on a permanent basis by applying through different SINP programs. To know which SINP program suits you most, connect with our visa and immigration experts by filling the Canada Immigration Assessment form. 

Saskatchewan Conducts Occupation Specific EOI Draws Later Revises in-demand Occupation List

Sun, Apr 28 2019

The province of Saskatchewan conducted the first Expression of Interest draw after revising the Saskatchewan in-demand occupation list on April 17 for immigration applicants with work experience in specific in-demand occupations. Three of the four occupations were targeted in the SINP draws that were new additions to Saskatchewan In-demand Occupations List that was updated on 4 April 2019.

The selected applicants were required to have relevant work experience in an occupation listed on SINP for both SINP’s Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-categories. However, a job offer was not required for either sub-category.

The current EOI draw invited 324 applicants through Express Entry and Occupation In-demand categories with eligible work experience in one of the following occupations:

  • Land Surveyors (NOC 2154)
  • Technical Occupations in Geomatics and Meteorology (NOC 2255)
  • Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers, and Milliners (NOC 6342)
  • Appliance Servicers and Repairers (NOC 7332)

The cut-off score in the April 17 draw for both Express Entry and Occupation In-demand subcategories was EOI 60 points. This was the lowest score drawn for Occupations In-demand applicants since the introduction of the EOI system in July 2018.

Invitations to apply for a nomination for Canadian permanent residence for SINP is normally given to the highest-ranked applicants, however, April 17 occupation specific draw was an exception to this rule.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program is part of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program that allows potential migrants to come and settle in the particular province for permanent basis.

In-Occupations demand list SINP revised

Saskatchewan Province after conducting the occupation-specific EOI draw revised its In-Demand Occupations List to remove the four occupations targeted in the April 17 draw. However, the government said that the applicants who received an invitation to apply prior to the removal of their occupation from the list are still eligible to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian Permanent Residence.

The new SINP occupations in-demand list now contains 20 occupations including Computer Programmer and Interactive Media Developers.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is part of Canada PR programs that invite migrants to the country on a permanent basis. If you wish to know more in this regard, it is suggested to connect with visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global by filling the Canada Immigration Assessment form.

 

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Unlock the new opportunities for Provincial Nominee Programs 2019

Thu, Apr 11 2019

The first quarter of 2019 has gone by and Canada’s provinces are hovering with new opportunities in Saskatchewan, Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Manitoba

Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) allow provinces and territories of Canada to nominate a set number of economic immigration candidates for Canadian Permanent Residence. Every PNP has its own eligibility requirement to invite potential migrants.

The provinces have been playing a vital role in Canada’s immigration strategy in recent years and this trend is set to continue under the federal government’s latest multi-year immigration levels plan.

The admissions under provincial nominee program for the year 2019-2021 are slated to increase every year from 61,000 in 2019 to 71,300 in 2021.

The latest developments under the Provincial Nominee Program that took place this year are:

  • Saskatchewan in-demand occupation list revised on April 4
  • Ontario’s record nomination allocation for 2019
  • Nova Scotia’s Labour Market Priorities draw targeting financial auditors and accountants
  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program renewal

Canadian Immigration Department process two types of provincial nomination streams- enhanced nomination streams and base nomination streams

Enhanced nomination streams are aligned with the federal Express Entry System that manages the pool of candidates under three main economic immigration programs- The Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trade Program, and Canadian Experience Class.

The successful candidates with an enhanced provincial nomination receive an additional 600 points towards their Express Entry score that further boost invitation to apply overall chances.

Saskatchewan:

The province of Saskatchewan revised its In-Demand Occupations List for enhanced International Skilled Worker: Express Entry sub-category and it's base International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand sub-category for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).

The update saw the list of in-demand occupations grow from 20 to 24, with the addition of 13 new occupations and the removal of nine occupations. Till now, Saskatchewan has issued a total of 817 invitations over these five draws so far in 2019.

Ontario:

Ontario province earlier revealed that it will be able to nominate a record of 6,900 economic immigration candidates for Canadian Permanent residence in 2019.

The nominations are issued through the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)’s various immigration pathways inclusive of three Express Entry-aligned enhanced nomination streams.

Ontario's Human Capital Priorities Stream alone has issued 1,493 invitations to apply for provincial nomination so far. The Masters Graduate Stream has also been active resulting in 1,000 new registrations from an individual with a Master's Degree obtained at an eligible university in Ontario.

Nova Scotia:

Nova Scotia province is attracting financial auditors or accountants to apply for Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program under Express Entry-lined Labour Market Priorities Stream. The 24 January draw was conducted for Financial Auditors or Accountants who have submitted their Express Entry profile on or after July 1, 2018, and had an Express Entry ranking score between 400 and 450 were invited to apply.

Another Labour Market Priorities Stream draw was held on March 20 for Express Entry candidates who had French as their first language.

Manitoba:

The two new pathways were added to both the Skilled Workers in Manitoba and Skilled Workers Overseas streams for Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). The province of Manitoba has continued to issue invitations under its existing criteria for the skilled workers overseas stream.

Therefore, with an increasing number of invitations planned for potential migrants under Provincial Nominee Programs, it is good to apply for any of the provinces to reside in the country on a permanent basis.

To know more in this regard, it is suggested to contact the visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global by filling the Canada Immigration Assessment form.

SINP revised In Demand Occupations List for the year 2019

Sat, May 04 2019

The Saskatchewan province announced the updated in-demand occupation list for Canadian Permanent Residence on 4th April 2019. A total of 13 new occupations have been added to Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations list.

Some of the new occupations added in Saskatchewan In-demand Occupations List is Computer Programmers and Interactive media developers. Whereas, some of the occupations removed were managers in agriculture, managers in horticulture, psychiatrists, etc.

To apply for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), an applicant must have work experience in an occupation listed on in-Demand Occupations List for applying both Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand subcategories. An applicant does not require any job-offer for either sub-category.

Also, Candidates who are not in the Express Entry pool are also eligible to pursue a nomination by the SINP through the Occupations-In-Demand Sub Category.

24 occupations are in the Revised SINP Occupational Demand List:

The In-Demand Occupations List is applicable for both Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand sub-categories. These 24 occupations are revised for the applicants applying through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.

As a part of the update, the province of Saskatchewan removed 9 occupations out of which Welders, Industrial Mechanics, and Recreation Vehicle Service, etc are some of the occupations removed.

A good thing about the updated demand list is out of 24 occupations, nine do not require professional status or licensure. However, all the occupations added as part of the update has specified educational requirements.

The SINP In-Demand List is periodically updated to ensure positive employment prospects in Saskatchewan. So, if your occupation is currently listed on SINP in-demand list, this is now the perfect time to apply for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).

 

Have a look at the revised occupation list for SINP:

S no.NOCOccupationMandatory certification or licensing
1 0423 Managers in social and community services If you have a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work you must provide your assessment of equivalency letter from the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW).

If your education is apart from Social Work, the CASW will not assess your credentials. Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is required from a designated organization.
2 1226 Conference and event planners No
3 1311 Accounting technicians No
4 2154 Land surveyors Required to provide documentation from the Canadian Board of Examiners for Professional Surveyors (CBEPS) showing “Candidate Status” and eligibility to write the CBEPS candidate examinations.
5 2174 Computer Programmers and interactive media developers You are required to provide documentation from the Canadian Association of Information Technology Professionals (CIPS) showing:
  • Candidate Membership as an Associate Information Technology Professional
  • Certificate Membership as an Information System Professional
  • Certificate Membership as an Information Technology Certified Professional of Canada
6 2251 Architectural technologists and technicians No
7 2255 Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology No
8 3211 Medical laboratory technologists Valid licensure is required from the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists
9 3215 Medical radiation technologists Valid licensure is required from the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists or Saskatchewan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists
10 3216 Medical sonographers Valid documentation are required from Sonography Canada or American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS)
11 3234 Paramedics Valid Licensure from Saskatchewan College of Paramedics
12 4151 Psychologists Valid Licensure from Saskatchewan College of Psychologists
13 4212 Social and community service workers Valid licensure from Canadian Association of Social Worker
14 4214 Early childhood educators Valid licensure is required
15 4215 Instructors of persons with disabilities No
16 5254 Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness No
17 6331 Meat Cutters Require a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission
18 6332 Bakers No
19 6342 Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners No
20 7292 Glaziers Require a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission
21 7312 Heavy-duty equipment mechanics Require a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission
22 7321 Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics Require a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission
23 7322 Motor vehicle body repairers Require a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission
24 7332 Appliance servicers and repairers No

*means the occupations that do not require licensure

Occupations Removed:

9 Occupations removed from SINP in-demand list are:

  • Managers in Agriculture (0821)
  • Managers in Horticulture (0822)
  • Agricultural Service Contractors, Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock Workers (8252)
  • Psychiatrists (3111)
  • Contractors and Supervisors, Machining, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades and Related Occupations (7201)
  • Recreation Vehicle Service (7204)
  • Welders (7237)
  • Industrial Mechanics (7311)
  • Other Trades and Related Occupations (7384)

Occupations Added:

13 Occupations added to the SINP in-demand Lists are:

  • Managers in Social Services and Community Services (0423)
  • Conference and Event Planners* (1226)
  • Accounting Technicians (1311)
  • Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers (2174)
  • Architectural Technologists and Technicians* (2251)
  • Technical Occupations in Geomatics and Meteorology (2255)
  • Medical Sonographers (3216)
  • Instructors of Persons with Disabilities* (4215)
  • Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation, Sport and Fitness* (5254)
  • Bakers* (6332)
  • Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers and Milliners* (6342)
  • Glaziers (7292)
  • Appliance Servicers and Repairers* (7332)


For further information and your SINP eligibility chances, it is suggested to fill the Canada Immigration Assessment form and one of the experts will contact you to discuss the Canada PR query.

Canada Express Entry 2019 ITAs quarterly Report

Sat, Mar 30 2019

Canada Express Entry 2019 ITAs quarterly report

The quarterly report of 2019 has surpassed the first quarter of 2018 with 21,200 invitations to apply for permanent residence issued to the applicants under Express Entry System. The number of ITAs increases by 3,700 as compared to the 2018’s first quarter.

The year 2018 set an all-time record of 89,800 Invitations to Apply (ITA), the highest number of ITAs so far issued since its incorporation in 2015. The year 2019 is expected to be even bigger year based on Canada's three-year immigration levels plan.

The immigration plan outlines annual admission targets fixed at 350,000 admissions for the year 2021. The increasing admission targets for 2019 and 2020 could mean the total number of invitations issued in 2019 may exceed the ITA record set in 2018.

The Express Entry system is the popular immigration program that manages the profile under three skilled economic immigration programs- the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class.

The eligible candidates with the highest-ranking scores are invited to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence.

The Express Entry issued a total number of ITAs in the initial quarter of 2018 and 2019 it is evident that the first quarter of this year has surpassed ITAs of the previous year. When Express Entry was introduced, a total of 779 ITAs were issued followed by 1,463 in January 2016 followed by 2,902 ITAs in 2017 followed by 2750 ITAs in January 2018 and 3900 ITAs in January 2019.

Till now, Express Entry draw sizes are set at 3,350 ITAs for four out of the six Express Entry draws with the exception of the first two draws when 3,900 ITAs were given on both occasions.

The Express Entry ITAs issued in Q1 as compared to the total admission targets:

 

Thus, the chart mentioned above illustrates the number of ITAs issued in the first quarter of each year as compared to the Federal Skilled Immigration targets.

Lowest CRS cut-off since 2017

In the first quarter of 2019, the minimum CRS score requirement dropped as low as 438, which is the lowest CRS score since the final quarter of 2017 when CRS was 436.

A score of CRS 438 is the second lowest minimum CRS requirement for the first quarter of a year. The lowest CRS score was 434 in 2017 and that year also holds the record for the lowest minimum CRS ever recorded in an all-program which occurred on May 31, 2017, when the minimum CRS dropped to 413.

The Minimum CRS Requirement in Q1 for the year 2019

A total of 6 ITAs draws were conducted in the first quarter of 2019 where the first ITA draw of the year 2019 was fixed at 449. The ITAs draws was conducted at regular intervals with point score increasing and decreasing. The last draw of the quarter was conducted at CRS 452.

Another trend was the draw size wherein the last four express entry draws, the ITA total was 3,350. This number represents a 550 ITA decrease from the larger draw size of 3,900 ITAs in the late 2018 and early 2019. The draw sizes of the first two ITAs draw in 2019 were the largest.

Express Entry and Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program

The Canadian provinces invited applicants through Express Entry linked provinces Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan in the first quarter through dedicated streams. A successful nomination from the province enables an applicant to receive additional 600 provincial nomination points.

The Provincial Nominee Program Immigration target has also been set for the year 2019 is 61,000 and by 2021, the PNP target will account for 71,300 new admissions.

In the first quarter, Ontario’s Human Capital Stream held its largest draw ever with 1,493 notifications of Interest issued to the applicants having CRS range between 439 and 448.

The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) also held two draws in the first quarter through its Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities Stream. The other Canadian Provinces like Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Prince Edward Island have also been conducting their PNP draws.

Therefore, we can say that Canadian Immigration in its first quarter has performed really well and the chances of inviting more applicants in the next quarter are also bright. For further information in this regard, it is suggested to connect with our experienced visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global by filling the Canada Immigration Assessment form. One of the experts will contact you soon to discuss the Canada PR query.


SASKATCHEWAN FAQ's


  • What Sets Saskatchewan Apart from the Other Provinces of Canada?

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    Saskatchewan is the only province of Canada that has man-made boundaries and rest other provinces have geographical boundaries. This is quite unique, isn’t it? Apart from the physical differentiation, Saskatchewan is the land of opportunities for the migrants willing to come and settle in the province on permanent basis. There are some factors that keep Saskatchewan apart and they are:

    1. This is one of the few provinces that invite applicants to apply with lowest IELTS language score. Yes, you are eligible to apply for SINP with as low as 4.5 IELTS bands score
    2. The applicants willing to settle in the province but falls short of age points in other provinces can easily apply for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
    3. Saskatchewan is the most popular province for its agriculture. Hence, agricultural jobs are always in demand in this province.
    Do you wish to immigrate to SINP? You may contact the visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global to evaluate your Canada PR chances.

  • How the Entire Saskatchewan Immigration Process (PR) Works?

    +

    As your profile is already in the express entry pool, it means that you have already crossed the first stage of Canada PR by meeting the desired eligibility requirements. To apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program through Express Entry, you may easily convey your interest by approaching the province of Nova Scotia. The basic requirement to apply for NSNP is the profile must be in the Express Entry pool. Also, your occupation must be listed on the demand list of Nova Scotia. If your profile matches with Nova Scotia requirements, they will give you the nomination to apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program. Thus, you have 30 days time period to revert back for NSNP

  • How easy is it to get PR (permanent residency) in Canada through the province of Saskatchewan?

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    As your profile is already in the express entry pool, it means that you have already crossed the first stage of Canada PR by meeting the desired eligibility requirements. To apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program through Express Entry, you may easily convey your interest by approaching the province of Nova Scotia. The basic requirement to apply for NSNP is the profile must be in the Express Entry pool. Also, your occupation must be listed on the demand list of Nova Scotia. If your profile matches with Nova Scotia requirements, they will give you the nomination to apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program. Thus, you have 30 days time period to revert back for NSNP

  • How do I know SINP is open?

    +

    As your profile is already in the express entry pool, it means that you have already crossed the first stage of Canada PR by meeting the desired eligibility requirements. To apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program through Express Entry, you may easily convey your interest by approaching the province of Nova Scotia. The basic requirement to apply for NSNP is the profile must be in the Express Entry pool. Also, your occupation must be listed on the demand list of Nova Scotia. If your profile matches with Nova Scotia requirements, they will give you the nomination to apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program. Thus, you have 30 days time period to revert back for NSNP

  • Which is the best city to live in Saskatchewan,Saskatoon or Regina?

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    As your profile is already in the express entry pool, it means that you have already crossed the first stage of Canada PR by meeting the desired eligibility requirements. To apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program through Express Entry, you may easily convey your interest by approaching the province of Nova Scotia. The basic requirement to apply for NSNP is the profile must be in the Express Entry pool. Also, your occupation must be listed on the demand list of Nova Scotia. If your profile matches with Nova Scotia requirements, they will give you the nomination to apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program. Thus, you have 30 days time period to revert back for NSNP

  • How are the job opportunities in Saskatchewan?

    +

    As your profile is already in the express entry pool, it means that you have already crossed the first stage of Canada PR by meeting the desired eligibility requirements. To apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program through Express Entry, you may easily convey your interest by approaching the province of Nova Scotia. The basic requirement to apply for NSNP is the profile must be in the Express Entry pool. Also, your occupation must be listed on the demand list of Nova Scotia. If your profile matches with Nova Scotia requirements, they will give you the nomination to apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program. Thus, you have 30 days time period to revert back for NSNP

  • What CRS score is needed for Saskatchewan PNP?

    +

    As your profile is already in the express entry pool, it means that you have already crossed the first stage of Canada PR by meeting the desired eligibility requirements. To apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program through Express Entry, you may easily convey your interest by approaching the province of Nova Scotia. The basic requirement to apply for NSNP is the profile must be in the Express Entry pool. Also, your occupation must be listed on the demand list of Nova Scotia. If your profile matches with Nova Scotia requirements, they will give you the nomination to apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program. Thus, you have 30 days time period to revert back for NSNP

  • Is Saskatchewan a good option in Canada to migrate?

    +

    As your profile is already in the express entry pool, it means that you have already crossed the first stage of Canada PR by meeting the desired eligibility requirements. To apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program through Express Entry, you may easily convey your interest by approaching the province of Nova Scotia. The basic requirement to apply for NSNP is the profile must be in the Express Entry pool. Also, your occupation must be listed on the demand list of Nova Scotia. If your profile matches with Nova Scotia requirements, they will give you the nomination to apply for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program. Thus, you have 30 days time period to revert back for NSNP

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