CRS score falls by 3 points in Dec 17 SINP draw
Saskatchewan selects 586 profiles. And CRS score falls by 3 points in Dec 17 SINP draw.
CRS score falls by 3 points in Dec 17 SINP draw. And in total, the province issued 586 ITAs. Applicants were selected from 2 SINP streams such as Express Entry (EE) and Occupations in-demand sub-streams. Also, to qualify the applicants needed a minimum CRS score of 71.
In comparison to the last Dec 01 SINP draw, in the current draw:
- Express Entry sub-stream selected 52 more profiles. Also, the CRS score was low by 3 points.
- Occupations in-demand sub-stream selected 40 fewer profiles. Similarly, CRS score was low by 3 points.
SINP is Saskatchewan’s immigration pathway. And helps the province to meet its skilled labour and market needs. In addition, SINP is linked to the Express Entry (EE) System. In particular, the Express Entry stream of SINP selects applicants who have:
- An active EE profile.
- Applied to 1 of the EE sub-streams such as:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Meet the Human Capital Factors such as:
- Language Skills
- Education Level
- Work Experience
- Besides, applied to EE stream of SINP.
- Finally, have a CRS score of 71 or more.
Looking at the past draw, we see a positive change in the CRS score. As CRS score falls by 3 points in Dec 17 SINP draw. This only adds to the ongoing positive Canada immigration trends. Because the EE system is selecting a large number of profiles. As seen from the Dec 09 Express Entry draw where 5000 ITAs have been issued.
So, why wait? Apply now to get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence.