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How to immigrate to Saskatchewan?

International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand

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If you don’t have a job offer in Saskatchewan, however, your skills are included in the in-demand occupations list, you can apply under this program.

How to apply?

Create a profile on the SINP Online portal, complete all sections and upload your documents. Your application will be assessed and if approved you will receive a SINP nomination approval letter, work permit support letter, and information on how to apply for PR to IRCC- Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Sydney, Nova Scotia.


Provincial Point SystemSaskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) point assessment grid. Factor 1 Labour market success has 80 points in total that include points for education, skilled work experience, language, and age. Factor 2 is Connection to Saskatchewan Labour Market and Adaptability, which is 30 points in total. Total points for both factors are 110.
Pass scoreMust score 60 out of 110 points or above on the SINP point assessment grid.
LanguageCLB/NCLC 4 or higher in either English or French
Experience1-year education-related experience in the last 10 years in NOC skill levels 0, A, or B in in-demand occupations. Experience must be related to both education and occupation. Experience must not be included in the excluded occupation list.
Job OfferNot required.
EducationMust have post-secondary education, training or apprenticeship that is equivalent to the post-secondary education in Canada. Must have an ECA or license in Canada if education is from abroad.
Settlement FundsSettlement funds and a plan are required.



(Accessed in Sep 2021).

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