SINP held their latest round of invitations on August 14, inviting a total of 533 immigrants through its International Skilled Worker category through its two sub-categories: Express entry, and Occupation In-demand.
The number of invitations was not the biggest draw of the year, which stood at 646 invitations on February 13. However, it is the biggest draw since February 27, which issued 576 invitations, and therefore the biggest draw since the coronavirus lockdown in March.
Saskatchewan PNP uses an EOI system to manage the application of the immigrants who have applied for provincial nomination. Profiles are awarded points out of a total of 100 points under the SINP point assessment grid. The minimum score required to be invited in the draw held on August 14 was 69 points for both sub-categories: Express entry and Occupation In-demand.
A total of 286 invitations were issued to Express Entry candidates. Getting a provincial nomination certificate, awards the express entry candidates a total of 600 CRS points, effectively guaranteeing an ITA for Canada PR Visa.
Another 247 invitations were issued to Occupations In-demand candidates. Candidates were required to have a provincial score of 69 points. You can check the list of 46 eligible occupations on the government website.
Reference is taken from CIC News