858 Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand candidates invited by Saskatchewan in the latest draw released as on 1st November 2019
Saskatchewan is on a spree of selecting more and more candidates by releasing frequent draws to fill in the labor market gaps of the province. This time 858 candidates have been lucky enough to grab the invitations in yet another big draw released by the government of Saskatchewan for Express Entry and Occupations in Demand sub categories. Canada PR through SINP does not require a mandatory job offer or Canadian Work Experience to be able to be eligible to receive an invitation.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomine Program’s Express Entry Pathway is directly connected to Federal Express Entry System which deals the applicants of three economic Federal Skilled Immigration types – Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class, whereas the Occupations In Demand Pathway is open to all immigration candidates who does or does not have an Express Entry profile. Candidates bestowed with invitations are granted an additional 600 points towards their Comprehensive Ranking System score guaranteeing visa approval if documentation is perfect for which you require to hire an experienced, proficient and knowledgeable immigration consultant
Let’s Look At The Total Invitations From 25th September 2019 – Till Date
In total 4704 invitations have been given to candidates through six selection rounds out of which all six were for Express Entry category and five went to Occupations in Demand category as well. The occupations in Demand category require at least one year of work experience in the Demand list declared by the government of Saskatchewan. The profiles highlighted were human resource, Information technology, Database analysts and data administrators, Drafting technologists and technicians, and Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors etc.