The Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program has announced the results of its EOI draw on Wednesday, 1st May 2019.
This latest SNIP draw has invited a total of 202 candidates under Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-categories. Out of a total number of the ITAs, 121 invites were sent to in-demand sub-category and 81 invites were sent to Express Entry sub-category. And the lowest score in the draw was 67.
The invited Candidates this time around can apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian PR as they had work experience in the following targeted occupations:
|0423||Managers in social, community and correctional services|
|4215||Instructors of persons with disabilities|
|1226||Conference and event planners|
Work experience in an occupation listed in the SINP’s In-demand Occupations List is one of the imperative eligibility requirements for both sub-categories i.e. Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand. However, a job offer is not necessary.
On the same day, Saskatchewan province has revised SINP In-Demand occupation list as well. As a result of this revision on May 1 draw, the Conference and event planners (NOC 1226) occupation category have been removed. Since the beginning of April, SINP has started revising its In-Demand Occupation list frequently.
This was the second draw targeting candidates in specific occupations. As the draw held earlier on April 17 invited candidates from Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-categories with work experience in 4 occupations but removed all those from the list after announcing the draw.
To obtain an ITA for a provincial nomination via any of the In-Demand occupation list, candidates have to create and submit an EOI (Expression of Interest) profile for the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP). Profiles are then assessed and given points/scores on the basis of the factors, including candidate education level, age, language ability, work experience, and family, study or work connections to Saskatchewan province.
The profiles which score the highest points are drawn from an EOI eligible candidates pool via a regular draw and get an ITA for PN (provincial nomination) for Canadian PR. Candidates from Express Entry pool who receive approval for a provincial nomination gets an additional 600 CRS points and are sure to get an invitation to apply for Canadian PR in a succeeding Express Entry Draw.
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This year has seen frequent EOI based draw announcements, making 2019 the best time to apply for the provincial nomination via PNPs. If you too wish to apply for Canada PR visa via SINP, then you can seek comprehensive information and update on Canada PR Avenue. Also if you need advice, assistance, and support from a qualified immigration expert you may drop an email to email@example.com. The team of experts ensures to provide you immense support and guidance throughout the entire SINP application process.
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