Saskatchewan PNP from India

More than 1.4 million people live, work and play in Saskatchewan, each with a story to share.

Saskatchewan is one of the fastest-growing & prosperous provinces in Canada. Saskatchewan is full of opportunities, a diverse economy, a high standard of living is high, and an affordable quality of education. Saskatchewan is known as one of the safest and most friendly communities in the province, with a competitive cost of living.

Why you should migrate to Saskatchewan:

  1.  Apply for Saskatchewan PNP at a lower IELTS score of 4.5 bands in each
  2.  You can apply for Saskatchewan PNP with 60/100 points
  3.  Saskatchewan PNP processing time is now 8–9 weeks
  4.  Saskatchewan PNP expended its demand list
  5.  100,000 new jobs.
  6.  Grow private capital investment in Saskatchewan to $16 billion annually.
  7.  Increase the value of exports by 50 per cent.

Why You Should Immigrate To Saskatchewan:
If you plan to immigrate to Saskatchewan to work or live, you are not alone. In the past five years, there has been a burgeoning number of people relocating to the province.


Five reasons why people are flocking to Saskatchewan


1) Plenty of Job Opportunities:-

Do you know that Saskatchewan has one of the lowest unemployment rates in Canada? That’s right; the rate staggers at around 3.9%, while the national average is about 7 %. With more and more start-ups and companies settling in this area, the unemployment rate will continue to be relatively low, making Saskatchewan job seekers a magnet.

2) Ample Salary:
For the past five years, the average weekly wage for Saskatchewan workers has stood around $970, making it the third-best country. Another advantage is that the median salary has steadily increased for the past decade. Seeing Saskatchewan’s growth during a time of national struggle places even more faith in the up-and-coming province.

3) Favourable Immigration Policies and Help:-
Every year, Saskatchewan welcomes more than 9,000 immigrants from over 180 nations across the globe. What attracts immigrants to the province is its friendly Provincial Nominee Program, which is designed to make immigration easy for people with experience and skills in high demand. What’s more — Saskatchewan has, for the past decade, had more individuals relocating to the province from other regions of the country than those leaving.

4) Vibrant Economic Growth and Population:

Saskatchewan is home to some of the fastest-growing cities in the country, including Regina and Saskatoon. The latter is the second-fastest burgeoning city in Canada, with a steady year-over-the-year growth rate of over 4 per cent. The population of Saskatchewan is also blooming, with Millennials and immigrants lighting the way.



5) 
Free Subsidize Govt. Services:
The government of Saskatchewan ensures the following services to their Residents or Citizens.

 
  • Cognitive Disability Strategy (CDS) Support.
  • Free Monthly Child Care Subsidy.
  • Discounted Bus Pass Program.
  • Drug Cost Assistance.
  • Home Repair Program.
  • Individualized Funding for Home Care.
  • A $20,000 scholarship is awarded to Graduate and postgraduate students.
  • Saskatchewan Employment Supplement (SES)
  • Individual personal loan without Security.
  • Seniors Income Plan (SIP)
Ms. Neeti
Meet, Ms Neeti who got Canada PR Through Sk PNP with a 4.5 bands IELTS score, watch her video to learn how was her exp with the Aptech visa Team.

Who is eligible for PNP Canada?

(SINP Eligibility)


As of update in January 2024, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is a provincial nominee program in Canada, and it has various streams through which individuals may be eligible to apply for nomination.

1. Occupation In-Demand Sub-Category:

Eligibility Criteria:

1) occupation in demand:
Have work experience in one of the occupations on the In-Demand Occupations List. Want to see if your occupation is listed or not? Please click here to access the Saskatchewan occupation list.

2)Points score:
You must Score at least 60/110 points on the SINP point assessment grid. You can use Saskatchewan (SINP) PNP points calculator to calculate your Saskatchewan PNP points.

3) Language Proficiency
Provide language test results to demonstrate language proficiency in either English or French at a level equal to or greater than CLB 4. (R-3.5 W-4, S-4.0 L- 4.5)

4) Education credential assessment:
Have completed at least one year of post-secondary education or training that is comparable to the Canadian education system (equivalent to a Canadian diploma or certificate).


2. Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-Category:

Eligibility Criteria:

1) You must Be accepted into the federal Express Entry pool.
2)Have experience in an occupation that is in demand in Saskatchewan and aligns with your Express Entry profile.
3)Score at least 60 points out of 100 on the SINP point assessment grid. You can use our Saskatchewan PNP points
4)Provide language test results to demonstrate language proficiency in either English or French at a level equal to or greater than the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 7.


Please note that program eligibility criteria keep on changing, and it's crucial to check with Saskatchewan PNP experts at 750-383-2132/ 928-928-9006/ 928-928-9007for the most current and accurate information.
Mr. Ali Anjum 
Watch Mr. Ali Anjum's (From Pakistan) Experience with an Aptech Visa regarding his SINP Nomination.

Saskatchewan PNP application fee?

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has an application fee. The Saskatchewan PNP fee or cost varies depending upon the streams and categories. However, fees are subject to change, and it's crucial to check updated fees before applying for. 

Please find the Saskatchewan PNP application cost below.
Application typeSK fee in CAD SK PNP fee in Indian Rs.
(if 1 CAD  is Rs. 62)
Saskatchewan PNP occupation in demand stream $350 Rs. 21,700
Saskatchewan PNP Express Entry stream. $350 Rs. 21,700
Saskatchewan PNP Entrepreneur stream $2500 Rs. 1,55,000
Saskatchewan PNP farm stream $ 2500 Rs. 1,55,000

Please noteSaskatchewan PNP application fees are non-refundable. So please be careful while you are applying for Saskatchewan PNP. 

Saskatchewan PNP Processing Time 

(SINP processing time)

The Saskatchewan PNP processing time is typically updated every quarter (every three months). It shows the average time it took that quarter to process an application. The time is measured in weeks for each category. Processing times can change and are not always an accurate prediction for future applications. 

Processing times are calculated for applications that are finalized. This means the decision on the file is Nominated, Returned, Ineligible.


Below, you will find the average processing time of Saskatchewan PNP.


1) International Skilled Worker
The processing time of all International Skilled Worker (Express Entry & occupation in demand stream) and Saskatchewan Experience applications is within 16 weeks.  
SINP CategoryProcessing time
Employment Offer3 weeks
Occupation in demand 26 weeks
Express Entry stream25 weeks
Tech Talent Pathway2 weeks
Hard-to-Fill Skills Pilot2 weeks

2) Saskatchewan Experience
SINP categoryProcessing time 
Existing Work Permit2 week
Health Professionals3 week
International Students3 week
Truck Drivers2 week
Hospitality Workers1 week

Please note that Saskatchewan PNP processing time may differ from case to case, so the applicant should submit a complete set of documents along with the application.
Mr. Mubeen Safura
Watch Mubeen Safura Exp. with the Aptech Visa regarding their SINP application.

How to apply for Saskatchewan PNP?

1) Check Eligibility:
The first step is to review the Saskatchewan PNP eligibility requirements or criteria to ensure that you meet the requirements, including points score, occupation in demand, language proficiency and other criteria.


2) Language Proficiency Test:
Take a language proficiency test (English or French) and obtain the required scores. The test results are an essential part of your application.

3) Educational Credential Assessment (ECA):
If you completed your qualification outside Canada, you must get an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) to demonstrate that your education meets Canadian standards.

4) Create an Expression of Interest (EOI):
Create an online Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with the SINP. While creating a Saskatchewan Expression of Interest (EOI), you must provide information about your education, employment—language proficiency, etc. Your EOI will be scored based on various factors, and the highest-scoring candidates may be invited to apply.

6) Receive Invitation to Apply (ITA):
If selected through the EOI system, you will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) from the SINP. The ITA will include instructions on how to submit a complete application.

7) Submit a Complete Application:
Prepare and submit a complete set of documents along with the Saskatchewan PNP application fee of $ 350. Make sure to follow the specific instructions provided in your ITA.

8) Application Processing:
The Saskatchewan PNP  (SINP) will review your application to ensure it meets all the requirements. This includes verification of your work experience, education, language proficiency, and other supporting documents.

9) Nomination and Federal Application:
If your application review or verification is successful, you will receive a provincial nomination certificate from the SINP. With this nomination, you will get an additional 600 CRS or pathway to get permanent residence in Canada.


10) Final Decision and Arrival in Canada:
If your federal permanent residence application is approved, you will receive confirmation and can make arrangements to settle in Saskatchewan.

Always refer to the latest information and updates on the application process. You may consult with our Saskatchewan PNP expert at 750-383-2132/ 928 928 9006/ 928 928 9007 for personalized guidance based on your specific circumstances.
Mr. Deep Patel 
Watch Mr. Patel (From Gujarat) Expereince regarding his Saskatchewan PNP nomination 

Saskatchewan PNP Draw

Saskatchewan PNP draw is the process of selection or issuing invitations to apply for Saskatchewan PNP nomination. Saskatchewan Periodically invites the highest-scoring candidates to form the Saskatchewan EOI pool,

Please note the number of invitations issued by the Saskatchewan PNP, the Date of the Draw, the minimum points score (called cut-off) requirements, and the NOC codes invited in the Saskatchewan PNP draw keep on changing. Please find the latest Saskatchewan PNP Draw below.

However, to learn Saskatchewan PNP's latest, past, and next expected draw, please click here.
MrRajdeep & Ankita 
Meet Mr Rajdeep Singh and Ankita , who got SK PNP approved Through Aptech visa

Saskatchewan PNP points calculator.

The Saskatchewan PNP program is a point-based PNP category. These points are based on your age, work experience, language ability, skills, adaptability etc. All the candidates who want to apply for the Saskatchewan PNP nomination must score at least 60/110 points.  

Saskatchewan PNP points overview:
Factors Points 
 Factor A
Age 12
Qualification 23
Work Experience  15
Language proficiency
( English & French)
 30
Maximum Points 80
Factor B
Close family relative in Saskatchewan 20 
Past work experience in Saskatchewan 05
Past student experience in Saskatchewan 05
High-skilled employment offer from a Saskatchewan employer 30
 Maximum in Factor B 30 
Total Factor A = Factor B= 110


                    

If  you wish to calculate your Saskatchewan PNP points, you can use the real-timeSaskatchewan PNP points calculator here 
 
Mr. Gagandeep Singh Narula
Watch Mr. Narul Experience (Chandigarh) regarding his Saskatchewan PNP Nomination approval.
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