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Why is the SINP program one of the best pathways to get Canadian PR?

by Nationwide Visas Canada Immigration Services

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Scheme (SINP) is a unique immigration program run by the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The SINP enables Saskatchewan to choose qualified individuals for permanent residency in the province and then nominate them to the federal government. SINP has not established a time limit for the application intake. The SINP chooses individuals based on a set of criteria, such as education, experience, and talents. However, the criteria may be altered without notice to meet the needs of the province, and new applications will be handled using the most recent criteria.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee ProgramSINP is one of the fastest PNP programs. It takes 3-6 months for the government to issue the immigrants' nominations. Permanent residence applications take around 6 months to process through Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. For applications in the Occupation in Demand Category, it takes about 4-5 weeks. It would take 3-4 for Saskatchewan Express Entry. Saskatchewan PNP proposes a more straightforward and quicker route for Canada.

 

SINP Visa Categories

1). International Skilled Worker Category

The SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) International Skilled Worker Category was created for abroad skilled workers who want to stay and work in Saskatchewan. SINP chooses and nominates talented employees who have the necessary skills, qualifications, experience, language proficiency, and other attributes to contribute to Saskatchewan's labour market, economy, and communities. It has the following sub-categories

·         Saskatchewan Express Entry

·         Saskatchewan Employment Offer

·         Saskatchewan In-Demand Occupation


2). Saskatchewan Experience Category

This category was created to nominate overseas workers for permanent residency who are already living and working in Saskatchewan and has the following sub-streams of immigration.

·         Saskatchewan Existing Work Permit

·         Saskatchewan Health Professionals

·         Saskatchewan Hospitality Sector Project

·         Saskatchewan Long-Haul Truck Driver Project


3). Entrepreneur And Farm Category

This category is for individuals who are willing to invest a large amount of their money and management skills in Saskatchewan's business and agriculture activities.

·         Saskatchewan Entrepreneur

·         Saskatchewan Farm Owners and Operators

SINP steps to Apply

Both the International Skilled Worker Occupations in Demand and the International Skilled Worker Saskatchewan Express Entry programs have minimum credentials. They do, however, have one thing in common: both require a 60 on the EOI (Expression of Interest) Assessment Grid out of 100.

Step 1: Create your SINP application

On the Saskatchewan Government website, create an online application and fill in your information. The SINP is divided into three categories, each of which has its own subcategories:

·         International Skilled Worker category;

·         Entrepreneur and Farm category; and

·         Saskatchewan Experience category

After you finish your application and select the SINP category for which you desire to apply, you will be given a file number. Do not be concerned if you do not receive a response from Saskatchewan right away; they will begin pre-screening your application and contact you as soon as possible. You will have to pay a CAD$300 application fee, which is non-refundable, so keep that in mind.

Step 2: Evaluation of your application

The pre-screening of your application is the next step in the SINP processing procedure. This is to confirm that your application is complete and that all essential documents have been submitted.

If your application has issues, the following will happen:

·         An email will be sent to you with a list of papers that are missing from your application; and

·         You'll also be told that you'll have to reapply.

·         However, if there are no concerns with your application, the Saskatchewan government will continue to analyse it and take a closer look at your EOI points.

Step 3: Receiving the invitation

If your application does not have any missing documents, it will be examined based on all of the information you have given. Saskatchewan will approve your application if they believe you are the best candidate for the province.

If Saskatchewan nominates you, don't forget to apply for permanent residency at the IRCC's within six months, or you'll have to start the application process all over again. The IRCC has the final say on whether or not your application is successful.

The Saskatchewan PNP is well-known for being simple and straightforward. Permanent residency may be quite simple for you if you're a skilled worker living abroad who satisfies the minimum criteria, or if you currently hold a work visa and live in Saskatchewan. If you meet these conditions, Saskatchewan could be a fantastic place to start a business and raise a family.   


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