Recent draw of Saskatchewan PNP welcomes 535 applicantsby Visa Consultant Immigration Expert
In its latest draw the Canadian province of Saskatchewan has gone ahead to invite as many as 535 immigration applicants to apply for permanent residence in Canada. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), also known as the Saskatchewan PNP sent out their invitees to applicants in the categories of Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand.
This year the SINP in its draws has gone ahead to welcome 2,740 Occupations in-Demand eligible applicants, along with 2,245 candidates were also sent out an invitation to apply for provincial nomination via the sub- category of Saskatchewan Express Entry.
This has made the total number of invitations come down to just under a total of 5,000. For them to be selected, eligible applicants will be required to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with the SINP. The system of EOI is used by the SINP is used to invite immigration applicants that have the immigration potential to be able to live and reside in the prairie province to apply for permanent residence via provincial nomination.
If you are interested then you must firstly create an Expression of Interest profile and showcase their genuine intention to be able to settle in the province of Saskatchewan, so as to show their contribution towards the economic recovery and progress of the said province for the longer term. Five of the factors like age, proficiency in English language, work experience, educational qualifications and connections to the province are assessed to hand out a score to them out of 100 based on the International Skilled Worker Points Assessment Grid.
The applicants who have scored the highest or the maximum on this grid, will then be issued an Invitation to Apply or an ITA in order to then apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence. Besides this very significant programs there are two other provincial nominee programs you can apply for, if you are looking to live and work in some of the most economically productive and high quality provinces of Canada:
If you are seeking to work in the beautiful and scenic province of Nova Scotia, you must apply via Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) stream for permanent residence. From international graduates, temporary foreign workers to skilled workers and entrepreneurs outside Canada, all can find their way in to Canada via applying through its various streams of immigration
Similarly, with 10,000 immigrants per year in one of the most popular Canadian destinations, Alberta has managed to attract many newcomers who looking to live, work and settle in Canada for the long term. And, the best way to do that is to apply for provincial nomination for permanent residence via the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) which is basically an economic immigration program for skilled professionals, which is why the applicants must have the skills and experience to fill in the local labour job shortages being experienced in Alberta.
For more information on Canadian provincial nominee programs and their updates, get in touch with our certified immigration experts.
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