SINP Express Entry stream is a popular immigration pathway to enter Canada and settle in the province on a permanent basis. The Express Entry aligned with SINP is the best option for candidates who have due to any reason not made up to federal government's program, Express Entry. Well, if you are a skilled worker looking out for provincial nomination that is easy to apply, then you may be considered by the Saskatchewan government under SINP Express Entry Program.
So, applicants in Canada's Express Entry pool who desire to stay and work in Saskatchewan may additionally discover a path to the provincial nomination and Canadian permanent residence via SINP Express Entry sub-category of the (SINP) International Skilled Worker Category. The only skilled workers who have experience in one of the occupations listed on the SINP in-demand occupation list are targeted by SINP Express Entry stream. However, a job offer is not required for this category.
Only those candidates who have the most competitive profiles will be invited to submit an official application to the program. Thus, make sure to meet the required eligibility requirements for considering SINP.
|Express Entry Profile||Yes|
|Connection to the province||Yes|
|Language Proficiency||CLB 7|
|Educational Qualification||At least a Bachelor’s Degree equivalent to Canadian education standards|
|Work Experience||At least one year of work experience in an in-demand occupation list of SINP|
Well, to be eligible for SINP Express Entry Stream, applicants must be registered in the federal Express Entry pool. To submit a profile in the pool must be eligible under one of the federal economic programs:
Applicants applying through SINP Express Entry require that all applicants must have a minimum immigration score of 60 points out of 100 on Saskatchewan point assessment grid. The points are calculated for age, educational qualification, work experience, language ability, and adaptability factors.
The SINP Express Entry stream operates on the Expression of Interest (EOI) system. This means applicants who meet the minimum eligibility requirements can register a profile using the SINP online portal. After a successful profile submission, applicants are ranked according to the score and rank using the SINP ranking system. The highest ranking applicants are then invited to apply through regular SINP draws.
The candidates with a successful invitation are required to submit a complete application to Saskatchewan within the designated time limit of 60 days. Candidates submitting applications for SINP must pay a non-refundable application fee of $350 CAD.
Successful applicants under this sub-category receive 600 points under the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).
The failing of any conditions mentioned below might lead to ineligibility for applying SINP:
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