Province of Saskatchewan in the provincial draw held on July 29, invited a total of 502 immigration candidates through SINP’s category International Skilled Worker category through two subcategories: Express Entry, and Occupation in-demand.
To apply for Saskatchewan provincial nomination, you have to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile to SINP. Profiles are then awarded points based on the SINP points assessment grid out of total of 100 points.
The minimum scored required in the provincial draw held on July 29 was 70 points for both sub-categories.
SINP invited a total of 254 Express entry candidates through its “enhanced” stream – SINP Express Entry sub-category. For this sub-category, candidates need a valid express entry profile and the minimum score of 70 points in the SINP points assessment grid. Express Entry candidates with a provincial nomination are awarded 600 CRS points, effectively guaranteeing an ITA for Canada PR Visa.
Other 248 invitations were issued to SINP’s Occupation in-demand sub-categories candidates, who do not have an Express Entry profile. They also required to score a minimum of 70 points in the SINP points assessment grid.
Reference is taken from CIC News