SINP issued 4,662 invitations in 2023 to candidates who can start their journey in Sakatchewan.

Regarding immigration to Canada, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP Issued) is a highly respected choice for investors, entrepreneurs, and skilled individuals seeking permanent status.

Purpose and Benefits of the SINP Issued

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP Issued) is a program that enables the province of Saskatchewan to select individuals, for residency, in Canada based on their skills, work experience, and potential to contribute to the economy. It was created to cater to the labor market requirements of Saskatchewan and attract immigrants who can contribute towards bolstering growth.

SINP Issued in 2023

In 2023, The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP Issued) issued periodic Invitations to apply throughout the year. There were 4,662 invitations sent to candidates who can start their journey in Saskatchewan.

First and Last Draws of 2023

In the previous year, Saskatchewan issued the first draw on 16 February 2023 with a cut-off score of 84, one of the highest scores of the year. This raises the suspicion of when the first SINP draw will be held in 2024 especially since the last draw occurred on 27th December 2023 with a cut-off score of 69. 

October Draw and NOC Details

After a 3 month pause, a Draw was held in October which sent out invitations to 500 candidates divided into Occupations in demand and Express Entry with the NOCs including 11202, 12013, 12102, 13201, 21301, 21310, 21321, 21399, 22100, 22111, 22212, 22301, 22302, 41402, 70012, 72106, 90010, 92012 and the cut-off score of 69. 

Expansion of Eligibility for Workers

Shortly after the draw On November 1,  Saskatchewan made an announcement regarding the expansion of eligibility for workers in the province to apply for residence (PR) through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP Issued). As of this announcement, employees in intermediate and lower-skilled jobs working inside the province may apply for the SINP’s Existing Work Permit stream, as long as they fulfill the prerequisites for both the stream and the SINP overall. The expansion of eligible occupations for PR means the permit holders from over 279 different occupations are newly eligible to stay permanently in Saskatchewan—along with many other occupations, such as truck drivers, farm laborers, retail salespeople, and nurse assistants. Prior to this, the PR application stream was limited to new applicants in defined trades and high-skilled (TEER 0, 1, 2, or 3) fields. The purpose of this change is to meet the Saskatchewan Labor shortage, as stated by Martensville-Warman MLA Terry Jenson 

“Our government is directly addressing labor market gaps that Saskatchewan employers currently face and improving worker retention through this expansion,”

Applying for the SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) is a straightforward process, but it requires careful attention to detail. The first step is to determine your eligibility by reviewing the program’s requirements and ensuring that you meet the criteria. Once your application is submitted, it will be assessed by immigration officers who will review your qualifications and determine if you meet the minimum requirements. If your application is successful, you will receive an invitation to apply for provincial nomination through a draw. Upon receiving this invitation, you must submit the required documents within the given timeframe. It is important to note that incomplete or inaccurate applications may be rejected or delayed.

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