Saskatchewan’s new draw held on first day of the month 1 December, 2020.
The Canada Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) invited immigration candidates from the international skilled worker category through two subcategories: Express entry and second is Occupation In-Demand. Total number of invitation in latest draws 564 who had experiencing working in select services. A total number of invitation of Express entry sub category 138 and 426 invitation want to Occupation in demand farmers in businesses.
To be invited to this draw, applicants of the both sub-categories must submit an expression to Interest (EOI) profile with the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Regardless of the category, an EOI candidates needed of at least 74 was required for the invitees to be invited. This is a provincial requirement, not a cutoff of a comprehensive ranking system. Invited candidates had educational institutional evaluations.
Invited Candidates or applicants also required work experience in one of the 86 services. Visit the government webpage to see which Occupation or businesses are involved.
SINP uses the EOI system to select the applicants who have the most potential to succeed in the regional labor market. Applicant must demonstrate their work experience, education, language ability, and age and province connections. Create life in Saskatchewan needs to demonstrate our acceptance.
Now SINP uses most five factors to asses’ candidates and makes them score out of 100 on the international skilled worker points Assessment Grid. The highest scoring candidates are issues an invitation to apply for a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan.
Recently, Saskatchewan started giving more EOI points to people who can speak English and French.
Reference is taken from CIC News