Candidates falling under Occupations in Demand and Express Entry sub categories have got lucky this time as the latest draw bestowed 610 invitations to apply Canada PR through SINP as on 2nd October 2019. This was the second key draw since the province of Saskatchewan noticeably extended the application intake through the most popular sub categories; Express Entry and Occupations in Demand. A total of 214 invitations were issued to Occupation In-Demand candidates whereas 396 invitations were issued to Express Entry candidates. The two draws consecutively as on 2nd October 2019 and 25th September 2019 were the largest held draws in Saskatchewan.
Last week 769 ITA’s were issued under these two sub categories to apply Canada PR through Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. Blessed candidates got invitations through 77 occupations as per the list published by SINP. The list included educational counselors, human, natural and applied science researchers, resource professionals, computer network technicians, engineers, legal assistants and others as well. All the candidates required to have minimum one year of work experience in the any of the occupation from the in demand list. Another benefit of applying through the province is that JOB OFFER is not an essential requirement; however it acts as an additional benefit. Express Entry candidates with an invitation from a province get an additional 600 points towards their CRS score ensuring a sure shot visa for Canada permanent residency.
To be eligible for SINP under Express Entry sub category applicants must register a Expression of Interest with Saskatchewan as an option while filing Express entry file in the pool.bUnder the SINP’s EOI system, qualified applicants are issued points based on factors of age, education, work experience, language proficiency and other factors. Candidates with maximum scores are invited to apply for a provincial nomination through regular draws from the SINP’s EOI pool.