Find Out Saskatchewan Nomination Round Results and Steps to Get a SINP Invitation

15th August 2019, the province of Saskatchewan conducted two draws and invited 150 candidates under SINP’s (Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program) Occupations In-Demand and Express entry categories.

The score for the lowest-ranked candidate to receive an invitation was 78 out of 100 for both the streams. The draw was based on a random selection of applications with qualified scores, which we have seen happening occasionally. Even so, there is no need to worry, as the next rounds have higher chances of a selection based on specific criteria.

SINP invitation rounds (in June, July, and August), a snapshot!

Invitation Dates

Category

Score of Lowest Ranked Candidate Issued

Invitations Issued 

6th June 2019

Occupations in-demand

 75

342

6th June 2019

Express Entry

 75

84

20th June 2019

Occupations in-demand

 68

211

20th June 2019

Express Entry

 68

268

24th July 2019

Occupations in-demand

 74

277

24th July 2019

Express Entry

 74

107

15th August 2019

Occupations in-demand

 78

105

15th August 2019

Express Entry

 78

45

How To Apply For Saskatchewan, Canada?

– To get an invitation from Saskatchewan under the Occupations In-Demand/Express Entry sub-category, a candidate must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) application.

– The candidate has to provide current and accurate information in the EOI System. If there is any change, the candidate must update the profile.

– Before creating an EOI, the candidate needs to complete an online form (known as the SINP Points Assessment Grid) to demonstrate his/her eligibility and qualification.

– Candidates can only have one active EOI profile in the system at any time. Then SINP will rank the candidates in the pool according to their scores.

– The applicants will receive their invitations through the regular draws from Saskatchewan’s EOI pool.

– Once you get the invitation from SINP, you will have an interval of 60 days to submit all the correct documents.

Conclusion

The provincial capital, Regina is a good place to live for migrants. Furthermore, Saskatoon, the largest city of Saskatchewan is also showing great interest to welcome immigrants. Both the cities are developing at a faster rate to catch up to their provincial competitors.

With modern technology, new skilled workers are being scouted to the local labour market, every year. As it is a matter of national economy, no province, including Saskatchewan want to take the risk of a labour shortage and halt the growth of the industries. Read more about why should you choose Saskatchewan?

We have mentioned many times how a provincial nomination increases your chances of immigration as you earn 600 additional points towards your CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score. These points can reserve a seat for any applicant in the upcoming draw rounds.

If you are one among the qualified candidates to get a nomination, our case manager would have already been in touch. If you wish to process your application for SINP, call us to check your eligibility and what can we do to get you a nomination in the next invitation rounds.

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