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Saskatchewan invites 534 to apply for provincial nomination

Published on November 3rd, 2020 at 05:37pm EST
Updated on November 3rd, 2020 at 05:37pm EST

Saskatchewan held a new round of invitations on November 3.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) invited candidates from the International Skilled Worker category through two subcategories: Express Entry, and Occupations In-Demand. They sent out a total of 534 invitations to immigration candidates.

In order to be invited in this draw, candidates from both sub-categories needed to have submitted Expression of Interest (EOI) profiles with the SINP. Both required candidates to have a minimum cut-off score of 68, but from there the requirements differed.

The 272 invited Express Entry candidates could only qualify for an invitation with 68 points if they had 10 years of work experience and a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 8 or higher. Otherwise they would need an EOI score of 69 or more. There were 47 occupations included in the draw under the Express Entry subcategory.

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The 262 candidates invited under the Occupations In-Demand subcategory all needed Educational Credential Assessments. A total of 55 occupations were included in this draw.

The SINP uses the EOI system to select the candidates that have the most potential to succeed in the regional labour market. Candidates need to demonstrate their commitment to building a life in Saskatchewan by showcasing their work experience, education, language ability, age, and connections to the province.

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The SINP uses these five factors to assess candidates and give them a score out of 100 on the International Skilled Worker Points Assessment Grid. The highest-scoring candidates are then issued an invitation to apply for a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan.

To see which occupations were invited, go to the government webpage.

Express Entry sub-category

In the latest invitation round, Saskatchewan issued 272 invitations to candidates who had profiles in the federal Express Entry pool.

The federal Express Entry system manages the pool of candidates for three of Canada’s main economic-class immigration programs: Federal Skilled Worker ProgramFederal Skilled Trades Program, and Canadian Experience Class.

If candidates in the federal Express Entry pool also filled out an EOI for Saskatchewan, and they scored 68 on the SINP’s Points Assessment Grid they may have been invited in the latest draw.

Express Entry candidates who apply for and receive a provincial nomination from the province of Saskatchewan are awarded an additional 600 points toward their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. This award effectively guarantees that they will be invited to apply for permanent residence in a subsequent federal Express Entry draw, as most invitation rounds invite candidates with scores above 470.

The same goes for any one of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs that are aligned with Express Entry.

Occupations In-Demand sub-category

The Occupations In-Demand sub-category is open to immigration candidates who do not have a federal Express Entry profile. This program is for immigration candidates who have work experience in occupations that have labour shortages in Saskatchewan.

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There were 262 Occupations In-Demand candidates invited to apply for a provincial nomination, and like the Express Entry sub-category, candidates needed a provincial score of 68 in order to be chosen.

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