The Saskatchewan Province conducted a draw on 28 May 2020 under its Province Nominee Program Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). This SINP draw was conducted after a gap of 2 months and 252 invitations were issued under 2 sub-categories of Intentional Skilled Worker Main Stream: Express Entry and Occupation in Demand. The minimum score required to get an invitation for both subcategories was 78 and a total of 44 NOC were considered for this draw.
Out of total 252 invitations, 127 invitations issued under the Express Entry subcategory while 125 invitations were issued under Occupation in Demand subcategory. The last draw was conducted on 26 March 2020, that too only for Occupation in Demand subcategory.
How to apply:
SINP Express Entry Stream
This SINP stream is aligned with Federal Express Entry Stream. To be eligible for this stream an Active Express Entry profile and job seeker validation code is required. Candidate needs to submit an EOI to SINP and a score out 100 is issued to the candidate. The candidate needs to score a minimum of 60 points on the assessment grid. The periodic draw is conducted and high-ranking candidates from specific NOC selected for that particular draw are issued the invitation to apply.
SINP Occupation In Demand
Occupation in Demand stream follows the same EOI process as followed by the SINP express entry stream. The only difference is that in this stream candidates with Low IELTS of CLB-4 can also apply. Candidates need to follow the old paper-based application after getting nominations. Therefore this stream takes more time as compared to express Entry stream to process the permanent residency application.