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Saskatchewan Issues 534 Invitations for Provincial Nominations

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Saskatchewan held a new round of invitations on November 3. 

It was only last week when Saskatchewan released the results of two PNP draws held October 21 and October 26. Both led to inviting over 1000 eligible foreign skilled workers with/without work experience in Canada to apply for a provincial nomination. 

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November 3 draws invited 534 eligible candidates to apply for provincial nomination. Candidates with a successful provincial nomination can apply with Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to be considered for permanent residence. 

All the invited candidates belonged to the International Skilled Worker category. Under the category, the province can nominate any individual who is already registered with IRCC’s Express Entry pool as well other individuals whose work skills match that of in-demand occupation in Saskatchewan. 

The candidates in the Express Entry pool are already eligible for one of the three federal economic immigration programs – Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), Federal Skilled Trades(FST) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC).

Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) – November 3 draws
Express Entry sub-category 272 invitations 68 points if they had 10 years of work experience and a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 8 or higher. 

Otherwise, they would need an EOI score of 69 or more

Candidates considered under 47 occupations
Occupations in-demand category 262 invitations Required Educational Credential Assessments. Candidates considered under 55 occupations

 

Contact our experts to get full information on eligible occupations

In order to be considered for an invitation, eligible candidates need to submit a separate Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with the province. These EOI profiles are evaluated based on their commitment to building a life in Saskatchewan by showcasing their: 

  • work experience, 
  • education, 
  • language ability, 
  • age, and 
  • connections to the province.

The maximum score is given out of 100 points. 

November 3 draws required both categories of candidates to have a minimum cut-off score of 68, but from there the requirements differed. 

 

Now is the Time To Migrate To Canada

Major announcements in the month of October have seemingly changed the course of Canadian immigration. With the unveiling of the much-awaited Immigration Levels Plan for 2021-2023, over 1.2k new immigrants are expected to be welcomed in Canada by 2023. Above 50% of such immigrants each year are expected to come from economic-class programs which majorly includes skilled workers, international students and foreign entrepreneurs. 

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Subtle changes have been made in the evaluation criteria of Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) used for Express Entry profiles. It is said to benefit foreign skilled workers with french-speaking ability as Canada aims to increase the francophone or French-speaking population outside the Quebec region by 2023. 

Moving ahead, regular conduct of weekly draws from various PNPs have benefited several overseas investors, entrepreneurs, skilled workers looking to obtain permanent residence in Canada. 

All these only point out to the fact that Canada is the most preferred migrant destination, ahead of Australia and the USA. Now is the right time to take this quick eligibility assessment for you to determine your chances of migrating to Canada permanently.  

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