If you don’t have a job offer in Saskatchewan, however, your skills are included in the in-demand occupations list, you can apply under this program.
How to apply?
Create a profile on the SINP Online portal, complete all sections and upload your documents. Your application will be assessed and if approved you will receive a SINP nomination approval letter, work permit support letter, and information on how to apply for PR to IRCC- Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
|Provincial Point System||Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) point assessment grid. Factor 1 Labour market success has 80 points in total that include points for education, skilled work experience, language, and age. Factor 2 is Connection to Saskatchewan Labour Market and Adaptability, which is 30 points in total. Total points for both factors are 110.|
|Pass score||Must score 60 out of 110 points or above on the SINP point assessment grid.|
|Language||CLB/NCLC 4 or higher in either English or French|
|Experience||1-year education-related experience in the last 10 years in NOC skill levels 0, A, or B in in-demand occupations. Experience must be related to both education and occupation. Experience must not be included in the excluded occupation list.|
|Job Offer||Not required.|
|Education||Must have post-secondary education, training or apprenticeship that is equivalent to the post-secondary education in Canada. Must have an ECA or license in Canada if education is from abroad.|
|Settlement Funds||Settlement funds and a plan are required.|
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