Saskatchewan PNP draw held on 20 April - Issues 1,067 ITAs
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) of Canadian province Saskatchewan conducted an International Skilled Worker (ISW) Category draw to issue a total of 1,067 invitations to apply for provincial nomination for Canadian PR Visa. The invited applicants were selected from two subcategories of ISW: Express Entry and Occupation in Demand (OID) sub-category.
Among the two subcategories, the OID (Occupation in Demand) sub-category received the highest number of Invitations, i.e. 623 ITAs, while the Express Entry subcategory received 444 invitations to the candidates in the EE system. The Score of Lowest Ranked Candidate for both subcategories was 69 points.
This draw is part of the Saskatchewan’s efforts to lure skilled professionals to the province in order to help meet the labour market requirements of the province. Successful applicants who receive provincial nomination through the SINP can apply for Canadian permanent residency.
Latest SINP draw Result –20 April 2023
List of invited occupations in the latest SINP draw
Here is the list of NOC Occupation codes, chosen for the EOI selection on 20 April 2023:
13201, 20012, 21203, 21211, 21220, 21221, 21222, 21223, 21230, 21231, 21232, 21233, 21234, 21301, 21321, 22220, 22221, 31203, 32102, 32103, 32120, 32121, 32122, 32123, 41301, 62100, 70012, 72024, 72100, 72106, 72201, 72310, 72400, 72401, 72410, 73102, 82030, 92100
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
The SINP is a crucial pathway for skilled professionals willing to immigrate to Saskatchewan and contribute to the province's economic growth and development.
To be eligible for the SINP, candidates need to fulfil certain requirements, such as having the essential education, work experience, language ability, among others. The eligibility requirements differ based on the category and stream of the SINP.
Candidates who are nominated by the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) can subsequently, apply for permanent residency to the Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). However, being nominated by the SINP does not promise permanent residency, as candidates also require meeting the requirements of the federal immigration department of Canada, i.e. IRCC.