Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program (SINP)

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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program (SINP)

Saskatchewan bordering the U.S. in south is one of the rapidly growing economies in Canada. Regina is the capital of Saskatchewan and this province is known for its agriculture-driven economy contributor to Canada.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program (SINP) offers provincial nomination program certificate to those professionals who are skilled and experienced in a particular specialty/domain. And once the certificate is received, the individual can apply for permanent residence in Canada.

How We Go About Doing It?

The following are the categories under which SINP accepts applications:

International Skilled Worker – This category has more sub-categories:

  • International Skilled Worker – Employment Offers: Is for a candidate who has a job offer from a local company.
  • International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand: Is for a candidate who is highly skilled and experienced in In-demand occupation.
  • International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry: Is for a candidate nomination who is already in immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) express entry pool.

Saskatchewan Express Category – This is defined for foreigners who are living in Saskatchewan. This stream is further divided into the following sub-categories:

  • Existing Work Permit: Is for individuals who are already living in Saskatchewan for six months and more.
  • Health Professionals: As specified, it is for healthcare workers – Physicians, Nurses or any healthcare worker who have worked in Saskatchewan for six months.

Entrepreneur and Farm Category – This too is further divided into:

  • Entrepreneur: Is for individuals desirous of investing in Saskatchewan by setting up or acquiring a business in Saskatchewan
  • Farm – Is for farmers willing to invest in farming and live in Saskatchewan.

International Graduate Entrepreneur Category – All those international students graduating from Saskatchewan universities and desirous of setting up business in Saskatchewan.

How Our Process Helps You?

  • We at V9 Immigration have thorough understanding of each and every stream under which the provincial nominee program of Saskatchewan offers permanent residency.
  • We engage with you to understand your professional background and make every effort to provide you the support and guide you to the right-fit program.
  • We explain all the modalities of each stream and hold your hand to guide you with the entire process.

The Express Entry is handled by the Canadian government. The office that oversees the Express Entry is the Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Yes, CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) and IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada) are the same. The CIC was renamed as IRCC in 2015.

The Canada express entry draw is the method of choosing applicants. In this process, the pool of candidates eligible for invitation to apply is selected based on the announced CRS score. It is done every two weeks, and the highest-scoring candidates are sent to the ITA. They can then apply for a Permanent Residence visa. Canada Express Entry helps immigrants gain permanent residency. You can choose from the various programs available.

The Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) Points grid is different from CRS. The immigrants filling under the FSWP must score at least 67 out of 100. Only if they score 67 points, are they eligible to apply for the FSWP. The points grid considers six factors. The factors are –

  • Visitor Visa
  • Work Permit
  • Express Entry
  • Business Investor Program
  • Study Visa
  • Provincial Nominee Program
  • The Express Entry is an immigration system developed by the IRCC.
  • There are three immigration programs under Express Entry.
  • The IRCC handles the Express Entry.
  • There are several documents that you need to create a profile in Canada Express Entry.
  • A job offer is not needed to Express Entry.
  • Some job offers do not require the Labour Market Impact Assessment.
  • Proof of funds shows that you can live in Canada without any financial issues.
  • Work experience is necessary for Canada Express Entry.
  • The spouse of an applicant can also become a permanent resident in Canada.
  • Several factors determine the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score.
  • The FSW points grid is a system that scores applicants under the Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • The necessity of the Educational Credentials Assessment (ECA) express entry system depends on the program.

    The program which requires ECA is –

    • Federal Skilled Worker Program

    The programs which do not need ECA are –

    • Canadian Experience Class
    • Federal Skilled Trades Program