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  • Permanently


  • 5 years travel facility


  • SK PNP fee $ 350

Processing Time

  • 3-4 months

With this visa you can

  • Live, work, and study in SK Canada.
  • Include dependent children.
  • Sponsor your loved ones.


  • Saskatchewan occupation in demand category
  • Your profile must be in the demand in SK occupation list
  • Must have minimum 60/110 points
  • IELTS 4.5 bands

Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program - SINP 2022

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) or Saskatchewan PNP offers a way to those immigrants who want to live & settle/immigrate to Saskatchewan, Canada.

Saskatchewan is a land of opportunities, and Saskatchewan selects those skilled foreign workers wishing to settle and contribute to Saskatchewan permanently.

If you are a skilled foreign worker wanting to settle in Canada, Start Your Life in Saskatchewan; apply for your Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).

Benefits of Saskatchewan PNP

  • Competitive application processing times -
  • Saskatchewan PNP nomination in less than three months.
  • You can be eligible at the age of 49 years.
  • No job offer letter is mandatory from Saskatchewan/ Canada.
  • Minimum 4.5 bands in each module of IELTS are acceptable.
  • Job Opportunities in Saskatchewan

Job openings in Saskatchewan can be found on different websites. New jobs are often posted on the following websites, so you should visit these sites frequently.

  • Health Careers in Saskatchewan lists
  • healthcare jobs with Saskatchewan Regional Health Authorities and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency.

  • Saskatchewan Government Careers
  • features jobs available with the provincial government.

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 have been a burgeoning number of people relocating to the province.

Reasons why people are moving to Saskatchewan:

  • Plenty of Job Opportunities:
  • Do you know that Saskatchewan has one of the lowest unemployment rates in Canada?

    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 jobseekers a magnet.

  • 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 salary has also increased for the past decade.

  • Favorable Immigration Policies and Help:
  • Every year, Saskatchewan welcomes more than 9,000 immigrants from over 180 nations worldwide.

  • Vibrant Economic Growth and Population:
  • Saskatchewan is home to some of the growing cities in the country, including Regina and Saskatoon. The population of Saskatchewan is also blooming, with Millennials and immigrants lighting the way.

Saskatchewan PNP Programs

Immigrate to Saskatchewan under the category that best fits your needs.

  • 1) International Skilled Worker Category:
  • This stream is only for those applicants who have required skills that are in demand in Saskatchewan & want to work and live in Saskatchewan. This Saskatchewan PNP category is further divided into three subcategories.

    • a) International Skilled Worker: Employment Offer:
    • You may be eligible in this subcategory if you have a job offer letter from Saskatchewan and also meet another parameter such as:

      • Saskatchewan Points minimum
      • IELTS CLB 4 score.
      • At least one-year of work experience in the past ten years.

    • b) International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry:
    • if you want to apply for Saskatchewan Express Entry, your profile must be in the Express Entry pool, and you

      • Must score 60/110 points as per Saskatchewan PNP points system.
      • IELTS- general training IELTS 6 bands in the module.
      • Your work experience & education must be relevant to each other.
      • Minimum of 12 months full-time paid work experience in the past ten years in the Saskatchewan occupation in-demand list.
      • It is essential to meet Professional License requirements for your job.

    • c) International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand:
    • Suppose you want to apply for Saskatchewan Occupation In-Demand. In that case, you don’t need to require any job offer letter from Saskatchewan, even no need to file for Express entry.

      You need to meet the following criteria to apply Saskatchewan Occupation in-demand stream.

      • The minimum score required 60/110 points.
      • IELTS CLB 4 score.
      • At least one year of paid work experience in the past ten years.
      • SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or Licensure.
      • Need to show funds; funds requirements depend upon the number of people.

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Saskatchewan PNP Eligibility

To apply to Saskatchewan PNP, you need first to select the category under which you want to apply our Saskatchewan PNP.Saskatchewan has various categories and subcategories, so choose the most suitable category to apply to Saskatchewan PNP.

Please find the eligibility criteria of the most popular Saskatchewan PNP subcategories called Saskatchewan Express entry and Saskatchewan occupation in demand.

Saskatchewan PNP eligibility criteria’s / requirements

  • Occupation:
  • Before applying for the Saskatchewan PNP nomination program, you must check whether your profile/ occupation is listed on the Saskatchewan occupation list. Saskatchewan demand list is known as Saskatchewan occupation in demand.

    Please note some of the occupations require additional skills, qualification specialization & licensing requirements. You can talk to our Saskatchewan PNP expert before finalizing your nominated NOC code to have more insight into the SINP program. Please find the Saskatchewan occupation in demand list here

  • Qualification:
  • You Must have a post-secondary qualification relevant to your employment; you must submit an educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization for the education obtained outside Canada.

  • Work Experience:
  • You must have a minimum of 1-year full-time paid work experience in the last ten years; you also ensure your work experience must be relevant to the NOC code you selected to apply for your Saskatchewan PNP.

  • Licensure or on Job Training:
  • Suppose your occupation is regulated in Saskatchewan, Canada. In that case, you need to apply for a Professional licensing exam or show proof of eligibility for a Licensure for your job before applying to Saskatchewan PNP.

    If you are unsure whether you require licensing status or on-the-job training, please find the regulated occupation list of Saskatchewan.

  • Saskatchewan Points:
  • You also need to score a minimum of Saskatchewan points 60 points out of 110 on the SINP point assessment grid. These points are based on your Age, Qualification, Employment, communication skills, blood relative in Saskatchewan, job offer letter & adaptability.

    Please find a summary of Saskatchewan PNP points.

    Age 12 Points
    Education 23 points
    Work Experience 15 points
    Language proficiency (English & French) 30 points
    Close family relative in Saskatchewan 20
    Past work experience in Saskatchewan 05
    Past student experience in Saskatchewan 05
    Total 110

    Saskatchewan PNP Points Calculator

  • Language requirements:
  • Saskatchewan accepts both English and French language so that the applicant can opt for either one language or both.

    For English language proficiency, you have the option you can write either IELTS or CELPIP. If you are writing the IELTS exam, you need to score CLB 4 ( Listening - 4.5 Reading - 3.5 Writing - 4 Speaking – 4) And if you are writing CELPIP, you need to achieve Listening - 4 Reading - 4 Writing - 4 Speaking – 4.

    For French language proficiency again, you have a choice to write either TEF or TCF. If you choose TEF, you need to score Listening - 145 Reading - 121 Writing - 181 Speaking – 181, and if you write TCF, then the score must be Listening - 331 Reading - 342 Writing - 4 Speaking - 4.

    If you wrote IELTS and want to convert it to CLB, use our IELTS to CLB calculator.

    Convert IELTS to CLB.

  • Settlement Fund:
  • It would be best to show that you have a minimum amount/settlement fund to support your household during your employment search in Saskatchewan post-arrival.

    The minimum amount required for your Saskatchewan PNP application is based on the number of family members. Please, you must maintain the "Minimum Funds Required" for a minimum of three months before you submit your application.

    Number of Persons in Household Funds Required (in Canadian dollars)
    One person CAD 12,960
    Two members CAD 16,135
    Three members CAD 19,836
    Four members CAD 24,083
    Five members CAD 27,315
    Six members CAD 30,806

Please note Saskatchewan Nominations program criteria / SINP EOI can change at any time, so please update yourself before submitting your application. Also, please note that your application will be refused if your application is too brief or not includes all the necessary details.

Well, if you fail to meet SINP PNP requirements, you will not be able to apply for the Canadian Permanent Residence under Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program at least. Therefore, for better and faster SINP chances, your primary purpose must meet the SK PNP eligibility requirements.

Saskatchewan occupation in demand

The Saskatchewan immigration occupation list includes all the occupations under O, A, & B NOC matrix level except the Saskatchewan excluded occupation list. Therefore, if your NOC falls into skill level C & D, you cannot apply to Saskatchewan PNP.

Saskatchewan's occupation in demand depends on Saskatchewan's labor and economic market. As a result, Saskatchewan's occupation demand list may differ from time to time according to their needs.

Please note some of the occupations may be required to provide documentation related to professional status or licensure.

How do I apply for Saskatchewan PNP?

  • Check your Saskatchewan PNP eligibility:
  • Getting to know about your Eligibility chances for Saskatchewan PNP is of utmost importance. You must be clear and confident about your eligible factors like age, educational qualification, work experience, occupation in demand, language ability, EOI draws, quota update, etc.

    Are you confused about the technicalities? The simple and easy route is getting a technical assessment Report made by technical experts for Saskatchewan PNP.

  • Gather your documents:

    Once you are sure about your Saskatchewan PNP eligibility, prepare your essential n documents to support your Saskatchewan visa application.

    Documents are crucial in deciding your fate for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. So do make sure to arrange all of them; otherwise, you might face rejection or cancellation of your application.

    Click here to have the complete Saskatchewan (SINP) document checklist to apply for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.

  • Apply for SINP Application:
  • To apply for Saskatchewan PNP, you must submit Saskatchewan EOI; post successfully submission your Saskatchewan expression of interest, your profile will be in the Saskatchewan EOI pool for one year. Here you will be ranked as per the Saskatchewan PNP points grid; applicants with high scores within the pool of candidates will have a higher chance of being invited to apply.

    Please note, the Invitation to apply is valid for 60 days; you need to submit your documents along with the fee.

  • Saskatchewan PNP outcome:
  • Once the SINP officer receives your complete set of documents and fees, the visa officer will start assessing documents submitted by you and verify your documents, etc.

    If your assessment is found positive, you get the Saskatchewan PNP nomination approved, and now you will get an additional CRS 600 score to apply your Canada PR.

    The Saskatchewan Pre-Assessment / integrity review officer determines if the application is incomplete and the missing documents or found fraud or misleading information to claim points or increase points either intentionally or unintentionally then the Pre-Assessment Team will follow these steps:

    1. The file is closed as ineligible;
    2. The Saskatchewan office will ban you for 2-5 years to apply the Saskatchewan PNP further.
    3. Applicant credentials will be red-flagged and will be informed to CIC Canada.
    4. Canadian family members/relatives/friends will be marked ineligible to support other applications for the next five years.

    Please find out the eligibility criteria

Can the immigration authorities refuse my visa?

Surprisingly, many applicants are unaware of how strictly the immigration regulations are enforced and how frequently applications get refused or delayed due to technical errors on their applications due to wrong supporting documentation.

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.

Click here to have the complete document checklist

Saskatchewan PNP fee /cost

For SINP PNP nomination application fee is CAD $ 350. Payment can be made by Visa or MasterCard issued credit cards and debit cards. Upon successful payment,

Check Application Processing Times for SINP

The Saskatchewan PNP processing time depends on several factors such as the category you are applying for, the Quality of documents, how quickly the response visa officer is concerned, and how soon Saskatchewan gets to verify your credentials.

Please find the Saskatchewan PNP processing time as per the category.

SINP Category Processing time in weeks
International Skilled Worker
Employment Offer 3 weeks
Occupation In-Demand 24 weeks
Express Entry 32 weeks
Saskatchewan Experience
Existing Work Permit 2 weeks
Health Professionals 3 weeks
International Students 3 weeks
Hospitality Workers 2 weeks
Entrepreneur and Farm
Entrepreneur Applications* Not available
Entrepreneurs Nominations 14 weeks
Farmers** Not available

Please Note:- The Saskatchewan PNP processing time keeps updating every quarter; The above said SINP nomination processing times do not include the time awaiting additional information from applicants or time spent under program integrity review if required. Applicants requested to submit other documentation may experience another 3 to 4 weeks to the posted processing times.

To get a nomination from Saskatchewan and applicant must apply through the SINP (Saskatchewan immigration nomination program) stream. Here an applicant needs to full fill certain criteria’s such as age, qualification, work experience, English proficiency and adaptability. An applicant must score a minimum of 60/100 points in order to become eligible for the SINP stream; the applicant scoring the highest points would receive an invitation from the Saskatchewan province.

Canada is home to some of the world's most livable provinces. One such province is Saskatchewan. It is considered one of the top immigration destinations by aspiring immigrants. It provides the easiest route to Permanent Residency in Canada.

Occupation in Demand (OID): This track is for those with experience in Saskatchewan's in-demand occupations.

CLB 4 competency in the primary language is all that is required. Candidates who receive the nomination are also eligible to apply to Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada for Permanent Residency in Canada.

Express Entry: Candidates for the Express Entry Stream should already have their profiles in the Federal Express Entry System. It qualifies them for an additional 600 CRS points in the express entry. These criteria ensure that applicants receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) from the IRCC.

As a result, SINP provides two of the most straightforward ways to gain permanent residency in Canada via Provincial Nomination.

Mentioned below are some of the best places to live in Saskatchewan:

  • Weyburn:
    Weyburn is Saskatchewan's tenth largest city, with a population of around 11,000 people. Its 68 miles southeast of Regina, Saskatchewan's capital because it is one of the country's fastest growing communities, Weyburn is known as Canada's "opportunity area."

  • Saskatoon:
    Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan. The city has grown into a regional economic and cultural hub for the province during the last decade.

  • Estevan:
    Estevan is the province's eighth largest city, with a population of around 12,500 people. Since the beginning of the decade, Estevan has undergone significant population and economic expansion, a feature that attracts even more people to the city.

  • Regina:
    Regina is Saskatchewan's capital and the province's second-largest city. It's a modern city with modern infrastructure including buildings and motorways.

The main industry in Saskatchewan is based on agricultural and dairy farming the province holds large no. of breweries, cattle ranching, and agricultural implements. Retail industry is also one of the second highest in popularity in the province of saskatchwan.

Two of the most popularly spoken languages in the province are English and French, other than that languages such as Tagalog, German, Cree, Ukrainian and Dene, etc are spoken by the minorities there.

  1. To register your child online, go to the local school board that corresponds to your catchment school and follow the instructions.
  2. Non-Canadian citizens may be required to register at a nearby Newcomer Centre.
  3. Fill out an application form with information about your child, including his or her name, residence, medical history, heritage, parent or guardian, and emergency contacts.
  4. As part of your application, you must provide proof of your child's identification, proof of residency, and a copy of their immunisation record.

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