Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program Invites 592 Candidates
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Draw Held
Saskatchewan’s International Skilled Worker draw held on June 20. As a result, 479 applicants got invited. The Skilled Workers is part of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Hence, the PNP candidates can apply for PR.
Specifically, the selection priority focused on 5 jobs. The letters were in EE and In-Demand list. Therefore, the work experience is essential. Under the EE scheme, 268 invitations were sent. Namely for those with the SINP profile. However, under the SINP, the remaining 211 invitations were sent.
For both sub-categories, the cut-off score in the June 6 draw was 75. This was a seven-point decline from the earlier draw held on May 15.
Here is the list of jobs targeted in June 20 draw:
- Accounting Technicians
- Architectural technologists
- Paramedical jobs
- Medical laboratory technologists
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee EOI System
Saskatchewan moved to the EOI system in July. Hence, draws took place once a month. Due to which EOI requires EE.
The EOI needs the candidate’s details like:
- work experience
- language skills
They obtain a score of 100 points based on the information provided. The draw took place for 15 times since August 2018. Through EE, the draws welcomed applicants.
Previously, in the draw held on May 1 and May 22, Saskatchewan welcomed 185 EE applicants for PNP. Similarly, 926 applicants received ITA on November 1, 2018.
For PNP, the first step is to register with Saskatchewan’s EOI. In both EE and In-Demand list, the highest scorers can apply through PNP draws. Similarly, the lowest score drawn on June 20 was 68.
Saskatchewan sent 1,166 invites for EE applicants. Thus, remaining 1,407 can apply for PNP as In-Demand list. The PNP is the method as it instantly gives 600 points towards the CRS score. Therefore, applicants get ITA for PR. Then the process gets fast-tracked for ITA for PR.
“A goal of the EOI system is to ensure strong financial results and long-term holding in Saskatchewan for ITA,” the SINP says.