The government of Saskatchewan sets the number of nominations for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program every year. The maximum number of invitations is set to ensure the program efficiency and when the application threshold is open to new applications, applicants are invited to apply.
The SINP accepts a maximum number of applications each year. No more number of applications is accepted after the threshold is met. The Saskatchewan government updates the table quarterly or when the invitations reach its limit.
As of now, the maximum number of application is set at 4000 for the employment offer letter category and the number of applications accepted in the category is also 4000.
SINP updates EOI Entrepreneur Stream!
This is to inform that the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program has updated the Expression of Interest (EOI) pool selection draws for the upcoming month of January and the expected EOI draws under SINP entrepreneur stream in 2018-19 are:
However, the dates are subject to revise without prior notice.
Additionally, Saskatchewan Experience stream under different SINP category hasn’t done any change in the maximum number of intake for work permit and health professionals and students- constant at 1200 and 1300 respectively. Whereas, Long Haul Truck Drivers maximum number of applications has been drastically reduced from 300 to 50 and Hospitality workers maximum number of applications has been lessen from 500 to 200.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Programs is a pathway towards the permanent residency of Canada. There are different streams under SINP that you may apply depending upon your preference and eligibility requirements. With the coming up of Expression of Interest, more number of invitations are given by the SINP officials.
You also have the option of applying SINP with lowest IELTS score. Get to know about your immigration chances for SINP by filling the free assessment form. You may connect by filling the free assessment form and one of the visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global will contact you soon to discuss Canada PR case.