What is the Saskatchewan PNP Program?
The provincial nominee programme includes the Saskatchewan PNP programme. The province of Saskatchewan may now engage qualified individuals. The province’s labour market and economy drive employment decisions. Canadian immigration may be obtained via the Saskatchewan PNP Programme for foreign nationals.
Saskatchewan holds First PNP Draw of 2022
104 immigrant candidates were asked to apply for provincial nominations in Saskatchewan on January 12th. SINP encouraged individuals to apply for two of its immigration streams in its first draw of the year. 67 may be eligible for the Occupations in Demand subcategory and 37 may be eligible for SINP’s Express Entry subcategory, out of the invited applicants.
On Saskatchewan’s Expression of Interest (EOI) ranking system, each sub-lowest-scoring category’s applicant received 68 points. Participants in this draw are required to hold job experience in one of six different fields: medical laboratory technology, paramedical vocations, psychology, sonography, occupational therapy, and medical radiation technology, to name just a few.
Educational Credential Assessments were also required for candidates in both categories to show that their foreign education was equivalent to the Canadian level of education.
Saskatchewan provincial nominee program Express Entry sub-category
An upgraded Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) connected to the federal Express Entry system is the Express Entry sub-category. Canada’s three primary economic immigration programmes are all managed through the Express Entry system:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program,
- Federal Skilled Trades Program, and
- Canadian Experience Class.
Express Entry candidates must also build EOI profiles for Saskatchewan to be included in the pool of candidates for a provincial nomination.
Express Entry applicants who get a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan are given an extra 600 points toward their Comprehensive Ranking System score. As a result of this award, they will have the opportunity to apply for Canadian permanent residency.
Occupations In-Demand subcategory
There is no need for Express Entry for the Occupations in Demand subcategory, which means that anybody may apply for permanent residence under this category. This sub-category is for highly qualified employees with expertise in a Saskatchewan-in-demand profession, but who have not yet received a job offer in the state. This sub-category of Canadian immigration requires applicants to build an EOI profile using the SINP’s online application system.
Immigration applicants who are likely to succeed in Saskatchewan may be chosen using Saskatchewan’s EOI method. Based on the professional experience, education, and language skills as well as their ages, and links to Saskatchewan, candidates will be evaluated.
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