Saskatchewan PNP (SINP) Document Checklist

Documents requirements for Saskatchewan PNP may vary from case to case, so be careful when preparing your documents; the SINP assessing officer may also ask for more documentation if required that may not be listed. Please note: All papers must be easy to read, and If it is not in English or French, you must submit: A copy of the original document. Copy of English translation of the paper.

Please find below Saskatchewan PNP (SINP) Document Checklist

  1. Identity Documents
  2. Work experience documents
  3. Qualification documents
  4. Language ability.
  5. Settlement funds
  6. Application forms
  7. Proof of Professional Status or Licensure
  8. Settlement plan
  • Identity and Civil Status Documents:
    You & family members need to include the following documents under the identity section.
    a)    Bio-data page of your passport
    b)    Birth Certificate
    c)    married Certificate
    d)    Divorce certificate ( if applicable)
    e)    Death certificate ( if applicable)
    f)    Adoption papers

  • Academic Document:
    To prove your education, you need to provide the below documents
    a)    Trade/ Diploma/ Degree certificate
    b)    Transcript
    c)    professional association memberships
    d)    ECA report

  • Work Experience Documents:
    All supportive documents to prove professional work experience such as:
    a)    Offer Letter,
    b)    Payslip,
    c)    Reference letter,
    d)    Promotion letter,
    e)    Employment contracts,
    f)    Work permit

If you are self-employed then must include

  1. Business License;
  2. Proof of income, and
  3. Reference letter from clients.

Please be specific; providing inadequate quality documents may lead to the failure of your Saskatchewan PNP nomination.

  • Language Documents:
    As an applicant needs to provide valid language test results, Please note that test results are not more than two years old at the time of your application. You can write the following language exams:
    For English language proof

    For French language
    Test d'evaluation de francais TEF
    Test de connaissance du français pour le Canada TCF

  • Settlement Funds:
    You must submit proof of settlement funds that you have sufficient amount to support your day to day life once you land in Saskatchewan, Canada. Funds requirements depend upon family size; you must maintain funds a minimum of three months before you submit.
    Please click Minimum Funds Required" to check the amount require as per the number of family members.
    Please note Saskatchewan don't accept Debentures; credit cards, gold, cash, property as settlement funds.

Saskatchewan accepts the following documents as proof of settlement fund.

  1. Personal chequing or savings accounts.
  2. Bonds.
  3. Cash value life insurance.
  4. Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GICs) or Certificates of Deposit.
  5. Mutual Funds.
  6. Provident Funds (an official letter from the provident fund organization indicating the amount of funds that are accessible is required).
  7. Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs).
  8. Stocks.
  9. Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs).
  10. Term deposits and time deposits (must be valid at the time of application and remain valid throughout the entire application process).
  11. Treasury Bills.
  • Proof of Professional Status or Licensure (if applicable):
    Proof of Professional Status or Licensure (if applicable):-If your occupation is regulated, then you need to provide occupation-specific professional status and licensing documents; your application will be held for processing until proof of Professional Status or Licensure is provided.
    To know more Regulated Occupations and Licensing Requirements, click here

  • Settlement plan:
    The settlement plan is a critical part of Saskatchewan PNP documentation; it includes your start-up plan (clothing, furniture, shelter, food, schools, etc.). Ongoing expenditure such as transportation, living allowances, monthly expenses etc. Applicant must be prepared detailed activities plan and need to submit to convince immigration officer.
    If you fail to provide a professional settlement plan, it may lead to the refusal of your application. To get a professional settlement draft, please contact our Saskatchewan PNP expert now.

  • Close Relative in Saskatchewan:
    Saskatchewan considers close relative A parent. A sister or brother. An aunt or uncle. A niece or nephew. A first cousin. A grandparent. A step-family member/in-law of the same relationship.

If you are claiming points for a close family member, you must provide the relationship proof. Saskatchewan accepts the following evidence as relationship proof.

  1. A birth certificate, marriage certificate or other official documents that prove your relationship.
  2. PR card/ Canada passport if they are Canadian citizen
  3. Proof that they have been living in Saskatchewan for the past 1 year from date of application.

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  • Other Documents:
    Express Entry Profile Number and
    Job Seeker Validation Code
    Proof of Saskatchewan work experience
    Proof of Saskatchewan study

  • Saskatchewan PNP application forms:
    You need to provide application forms as applicable, depending upon your circumstances. Please find Saskatchewan PNP forms.
    Generic Application Form for Canada
    Additional Family Information Form
    Schedule A - Background/Declaration
    Additional Dependants/Declaration
    Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union
    Use of a Representative
    Authority to Release Personal Information to a Designated Individual form

Still, having a query regarding Saskatchewan PNP documents or application form? You can contact our SINP experts save your time, and be confident in your application,

Remember, a slight mistake can decrease your Saskatchewan PNP nomination chances! It’s a serious crime to lie or to send false information or documents to SINP or IRCC. This is fraud. It’s called “misrepresentation.”

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