Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Application
Saskatchewan is a Canadian province located on the borders of the USA in the couth, Alberta in the west, Northern Territories on the North, and Manitoba on the east. Currently, this province has a population of over 1 million, which is expanding consistently due to the influx of migrants from all over the world.
The scheme is state requirement-centric and relies on an occupational list that addresses the skilled needs of the state. One can use three categories to enter into this state:
- Express Entry
- Occupation In-Demand
- Employment Offer
The scope of the schemes offered by this state
The SINP is run every year, with minor modifications in the occupational lists. Through these routes, the provincial government:
- Invites applications for permanent residence from aliens willing to establish themselves in Saskatchewan;
- Offers sponsorships for successful applicants to the central government, so they can avail themselves of Canada Permanent Resident Visa.
The SNIP, as a program, although has several benefits to offer to the applicants, there are some that can be easily enumerated, such as:
- Faster processing times of the immigration applications – they have been following a systematic approach of late and delivering outcomes within stipulated times; and
- Assistance to the applicants, in case they need some elaborations.
Under the current arrangement, the SINP is being run for multiple classes and routes:
- International Skilled Worker
- Saskatchewan Experience
- Farm Owners and Operators
The most suitable pathway for the off-shore workers are primarily two channels:
- One is through the Express Entry that is run in conjunction with the central government; and
- Through Occupation In-Demand which is independently managed by the provincial government
How to access this Program
You can access this route by fulfilling the following stipulations:
- You must have a valid profile on either Express Entry Program or state driven SINP portal
- Carry appropriate educational qualifications that confirm to the occupation that you are nominating in your profile
- Have compatible language abilities that confirm to at least CLB 4 though this may vary from case to case.
- Carry a minimum of one year of exposure in the field of occupation nominated in the profile: the occupation must be in NOC “0”, “A” or “B” category
- Have enough money to subsist in the province
- Score a minimum of 60 marks out of 100 in the point grade system
How to apply
The process is simple, as simple as it can be enumerated, provided you decide to take our assistance. We can ease up the burden of your Canada immigration through the SINP.