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SINP Says ‘BYE’ to ‘First Come First Served Model’ and ‘HELLO’ to Expression of Interest (EOI) System for ISW Sub-Categories

Wed, Jul 11 2018
SINP Says ‘BYE’ to ‘First Come First Served Model’ and ‘HELLO’ to Expression of Interest (EOI) System for ISW Sub-Categories

Saskatchewan announced a major change to its Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) under its two most popular streams- Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand sub-category. SINP is moving from first-come first-served application model and will adopt an Expression of Interest System effective July 16, 2018.

The new process will be applicable from July 16, 2018 to apply for International Skilled Worker sub-categories by creating an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile using Saskatchewan’s online application system ‘OASIS’

Currently, both of the programs use a first come- first served model for accepting new applications.

The current model ‘first come first served system’ is closed for the large time of the year. It was opened occasionally for one or both programs to accept a limited number of applications, resulting in closure of the program after threshold met. The intake periods rarely last longer than 24 hours. This program was in favour of those applicants who were quickest to apply. SINP is now in line with other Canadian provinces that already employ EOI systems.

The new model ‘Expression of Interest’ (EOI) is inspired by the federal Express Entry system, it is not an application to SINP but is rather a way for a candidate to make it known that they want to settle in the province of Saskatchewan either through Express Entry or Occupations In-demand sub-category. 

EOI is a two- step process. Firstly, interested candidates must submit an Expression of Interest by completing an online form that assesses their eligibility for either sub-category in accordance with their respective selection criteria

The criteria inculcate education and training, skilled work experience, language ability, age, and occupation in-demand in Saskatchewan labour market. Additionally, a work experience is required in one of Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations.

However, SINP will use same point assessment grid that is currently in effect for the international skilled worker category.

Secondly, the minimum score of 60 points out if 100 are required to enter into the EOI pool and ranked on the basis of their score, the applicant with the highest score will be invited to apply through regular draws from Saskatchewan’s EOI pool.

More information is expected to be out soon in coming days.

Meanwhile, if you wish to know about your chances to immigrate to Saskatchewan or other provinces of Canada. Fill the free assessment form and contact to our immigration specialists at 7503832132.

Saskatchewan announced a major change to its Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) under its two most popular streams- Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand sub-category. SINP is moving from first-come first-served application model and will adopt an Expression of Interest System effective July 16, 2018.

The new process will be applicable from July 16, 2018 to apply for International Skilled Worker sub-categories by creating an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile using Saskatchewan’s online application system ‘OASIS’

Currently, both of the programs use a first come- first served model for accepting new applications.

The current model ‘first come first served system’ is closed for the large time of the year. It was opened occasionally for one or both programs to accept a limited number of applications, resulting in closure of the program after threshold met. The intake periods rarely last longer than 24 hours. This program was in favour of those applicants who were quickest to apply. SINP is now in line with other Canadian provinces that already employ EOI systems.

The new model ‘Expression of Interest’ (EOI) is inspired by the federal Express Entry system, it is not an application to SINP but is rather a way for a candidate to make it known that they want to settle in the province of Saskatchewan either through Express Entry or Occupations In-demand sub-category. 

EOI is a two- step process. Firstly, interested candidates must submit an Expression of Interest by completing an online form that assesses their eligibility for either sub-category in accordance with their respective selection criteria

The criteria inculcate education and training, skilled work experience, language ability, age, and occupation in-demand in Saskatchewan labour market. Additionally, a work experience is required in one of Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations.

However, SINP will use same point assessment grid that is currently in effect for the international skilled worker category.

Secondly, the minimum score of 60 points out if 100 are required to enter into the EOI pool and ranked on the basis of their score, the applicant with the highest score will be invited to apply through regular draws from Saskatchewan’s EOI pool.

More information is expected to be out soon in coming days.

Meanwhile, if you wish to know about your chances to immigrate to Saskatchewan or other provinces of Canada. Fill the free assessment form and contact to our immigration specialists at 7503832132.

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