A new draw which is held on 16th August by Saskatchewan province with work experience in one of five targeted occupations invites 150 invitations for the immigration of skilled workers.
Candidates had to have a minimum Saskatchewan Expression of Interest score of 78.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program allows the province to nominate foreign workers for Canadian Permanent Residence and International Skilled Workers Category is a part of SINP.
The Invitations went to the candidates in Saskatchewan’s Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand subcategories, of which both require work experience in an occupation listed as in demand in the province.
The break down for Saskatchewan’s August 15 provincial nomination draws are as follows:
- 45 Express Entry
- 105 Occupations In-Demand
The first required step is to register Expression of Interest to be considered as provincial nomination with Saskatchewan.
The SINP has issued 1,789 invitations through its Occupation In-Demand sub-category, and 1,315 through its Express Entry sub-category so far in 2019.
The number of invitations issued in the August 15 draw (150) shows a marked decrease from the previous draw on July 24, which saw 381 invitations issued.
It requires separate Expression of Interest for Express Entry candidates in which through factors like education, work experience, proficiency in English or French and awards the points out of 100 according to the information provided.
The highest score candidates of both Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand are invited to apply for provincial nomination.
The candidate of Express Entry who receives a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan will get an additional 600 points towards their ranking score and are invited to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence.
Individuals can check there Eligibility Here for this program as a path to working and living in Nova Scotia (NSNP) permanently.
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