This program is a sub-category is for skilled workers who have a skilled work job offer and meet the program requirements.
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, SINP will update the IRCC Express Entry system and IRCC will inform you that you have received a nomination. Once you accept the nomination, then you will have to apply for permanent residence.
|Federal Point System||IRCC Express Entry|
|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||Score 60 or higher on the SINP point assessment grid.|
|Language||Must have a minimum of CLB/NCLC 4 in both English or French, and meet the federal express entry language requirement for the eligible stream (FSWP, FST, CEC).|
|Experience||Experience in jobs that are not included in the Saskatchewan Excluded Occupation List. Moreover, it should be related to both your job and education; Minimum experience of 1 year in the past 10 years for skilled professionals, minimum of 2 years in the past 5 years for skilled tradespersons, and 1-year work experience in Canada in the past 3 years for both skilled professionals and skilled tradesperson. These experiences depend on each category.|
|Job Offer||Must have a full-time and permanent job offer from a Saskatchewan employer in NOC Type/Level 0, A, or B, or in a designated trade in Saskatchewan. A full list of the designated trades is available on the Saskatchewan website.|
|Education||Post-secondary education or comparable level of training to at least 1 year of Canadian education with ECA.|
|Settlement Funds||Settlement funds and settlement plan required.|
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(Accessed in Sep 2021).