Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) issued the new invitation draw on February 11th, 2021.
Saskatchewan release the New Draw with the express entry and occupation in demand immigration sub categories, total number of invitation 541 to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent resident. In this draw 344 applicants was invited trough the express entry draw sub category and the rest 197 invitation were issued to occupation In Demand Candidates.
Candidates who invites from Saskatchewan had educational credential Assessment and also needed expression of interest (EOI) score 72 at least under the SINP’s EOI point’s grid. The score are based on some factors like Age, Education, Language ability (English & French), and Work experience and relative or connection to Saskatchewan, among others.
Occupations In-Demand sub-category
The Occupation in Demand sub Category is the base of PNP its mean, this is open to migration who don’t have a federal express entry profile.
In this sub- category is profoundly skilled worker with experience in an in demand occupation in Saskatchewan, who don’t yet have a bid for employment in the region.
To apply for Canadian migration through this sub-class, outside nationals need to make an EOI profile through the SINP’s online application system.
Saskatchewan’s EOI framework permits the area to choose movement up-and-comers that can possibly flourish in the grassland region. Applicants will be surveyed on how their work insight, schooling, language capacity, age, and associations with the region show their ability to sink into life in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan’s PNP EOI framework permits the province to choose the immigration candidates that possibly flourish in the prairie region. Applicants will be assessed on how their total work experience, Education, language. They are then given a score out of 100 dependent on the SINP’s International Skilled Worker Points Assessment Grid.
Candidates who are scoring higher then issued an invitation to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian Permanent Residence
Reference is taken from CIC News