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SINP Conducts Third EOI Draw With Lowest Points Score

Fri, Sep 28 2018
SINP Conducts Third EOI Draw With Lowest Points Score

The government of Saskatchewan conducted third EOI draw on September 27, 2018 under its Occupation-in demand and Express Entry streams.

The Saskatchewan government invited 213 occupation in-demand EOI candidates to apply for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) with lowest rank score of 66 points in the latest EOI draw. Additionally, 225 applicants were invited under Express Entry program through latest EOI draw having lowest rank score of 65 points.

All the applicants with educational credential assessment positive reports were invited to apply in the current EOI draw.

To apply for SINP, an applicant must have minimum score of 60 points out of 100 on Saskatchewan point assessment grid for the factors under age, educational qualification, work experience, language ability and adaptability.

The next expression of Interest draw is speculated to take place on 21st November 2018.

Know about SINP Updated Demand List

With the change in the immigration draw from ‘First Come First Serve’ Method, it is seen that Saskatchewan is inviting more number of migrants with frequent immigration draws conducted every month to invite skilled and qualified workers. Calculate Your SINP Points Score

To know about your Canada PR immigration chances, it is suggested to fill the free assessment form and wait for a call back from the immigration experts of Aptech Global. You may also contact the experts at info@aptechvisa.com

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