Saskatchewan issued invites to candidates of Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand
New Saskatchewan’s draw issued 325 invites to immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence through its express-entry linked and occupation in-demand streams. After the draw, the total number of invitations has reached to 814 through its Express Entry sub-category and 854 invitations through its Occupation In-Demand sub-category so far in 2019.
Of the 325 invitations issued, 221 went to candidates of Occupation In-Demand candidates, and 104 went in the pocket of Saskatchewan’s Express Entry immigration stream. The Saskatchewan Immigrant nominee program (SINP) enables the province to manage the entry of applications from skilled workers who wish to immigrate to Saskatchewan to live and work there. Since the introduction in 2007, SINP has brought more than 108,000 newcomers to Canada.
Saskatchewan’s Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand stream are one of the most popular immigration sub-categories of the SINP’s International Skilled Worker category to meet specific labor needs of the employer in the province.
If you need to consider your profile for Saskatchewan’s Express Entry-linked immigration stream, then you need to create a profile in Express entry pool. This pool of candidates manages applications of three economic categories of Express entry program including Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class. Nominated candidates receive an additional 600 points toward their Express Entry’s CRS score, which effectively increases chances for an invitation to apply for Canadian PR.
As per the name, Occupation In-Demand sub-category receives applications from international skilled workers who have experience of working in occupations which are in demand in the market and have not been filled by the locals.
Both of the sub-categories demands work experience from aspirants in any of its 19 occupations currently listed in the Saskatchewan’s In-demand occupations list. However, there is no requirement of any job offer from a Saskatchewan employer for both sub-categories. Minimum CRS score to become eligible is 60 out of 100 point-assessment grid.
According to the previous Saskatchewan’s draw, held on March 6, the lowest score for Saskatchewan’s Express Entry program was 67, and for Occupation in-demand sub-category was 81. Whereas, for today’s draw, the lowest score for both the sub-categories was 82.
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