Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Immigration Program

by XIPHIAS IMMIGRATION migration executive

Saskatchewan, meaning a swift flowing river, got its name after the river “Saskatchewan” which runs through the province. Saskatchewan is one of the oldest provinces which was inhabited by the most indigenous population. This could be due to the rivers and the various water bodies in Saskatchewan. Almost 10% of the province is covered by fresh water. Saskatchewan introduced its Provincial Nomination Program called Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Immigration Program (SNIP) to allow immigrants easily relocate to the province.

Saskatchewan is one of the most successful provinces in the country. This province receives the highest sunlight in the whole of Canada. Saskatchewan economy is primarily associated with agriculture. Its backbone is farming. However, in the recent times industries of various manner have gained prominence. Saskatchewan produces most of the food for Canada which includes rye, canola, oats, lentils among others.

Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Immigration Program (SNIP) allocates various streams making it easier for immigrants to choose from. All those international skilled professionals interested to relocate to Saskatchewan need to submit his/her Expression of Interest (EOI). Based on the need in Saskatchewan the profiles will be shortlisted. However, the profile should have first satisfied the 5 factors like age, education, domain experience, adaptability and language skills. Once these are through the applicant receives the Invitation to Apply, following which the applicant gets the province’s nomination. With this nomination, the applicant can proceed to apply for Canada’s Permanent Residency.

Saskatchewan has a separate stream for entrepreneurs wanting to invest in Saskatchewan called the Entrepreneur and Farm Categories. All those Entrepreneurs who studied in Saskatchewan universities as international students, can utilize the “International Graduate Entrepreneur Category”. This is one of the easiest ways to obtain Canada’s PR.

If interested to invest in Saskatchewan, one can utilize the Entrepreneur application program which allows international investors to invest in Saskatchewan. Such investment can be done through a group or individually in a running business or a start-up there. This program doesn’t need the individual to satisfy the factors required under the Express Entry Program. However, the investor should have a minimum defined stake in the company to invest and also should have prior business experience.

Entrepreneur Express Entry program requires that the Entrepreneur’s profile is in the Express Entry profile booth. And the entrepreneur should have submitted his/her Expression of Interest (EOI), which should also mention that the purpose of investment in Saskatchewan and the need of why Saskatchewan should be clearly mentioned. Through this path, the entrepreneur will have to fulfill the parameters defined.

For all the self-made farmers who can invest in the lands of Saskatchewan, the SINP has introduced “Farm owner and operator Stream”, which allows, investors invest in farm land and agro business in Canada. It is required that the investor has good farming experience and can prove the same.

For any immigration to succeed, the documents supporting one’s qualification and stand are the key, along with application. XIPHIAS Immigration, an ICCRC registered firm, brings about a nuance in providing the right guidance to its clients wanting to relocate to Saskatchewan with the required documents. We help our clients with their application submission along with providing the right documents required. We help you right from understanding your requirement till you land safely in Canada. We also provide certain post landing services to make you comfortable in the new land. 

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