Saskatchewan PNP (SINP)

 

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) 

Saskatchewan is the 7th largest province of Canada. It is a prairie province. Saskatchewan covers an area of 251,367 square miles with 1.12 million people. It is a province with no natural but man-made boundaries.

The province receives an estimate of 9mil people every year. Regina is the province capital of this province. It is the 2nd largest city with 232,000 people. It is the cultural and commercial hub of southern Saskatchewan.

Saskatoon is the largest city of this province. It is in central Saskatchewan with 253,000 people. And is one of the booming economies in Canada. Minerals, potash, oil, and natural gas are the most flourishing sectors. It has a mixed crowd of people. This adds to its cultural and ethnic diversity. Saskatchewan offers a welcoming attitude, immigrant-friendly policies, good quality education, high paying jobs and breathtaking natural views. This makes it one of the most desired places in Canada.

It offers the easiest immigration streams in Canada. This province has its selection process within the Express Entry Canada Immigration system.

Saskatchewan – Provincial Nominee Program

The province selects potential skilled immigrants as per their Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).

SINP helps in choosing the right people for immigration to Canada. It filters people as per the labour market and needs of the province. If you have the right skill and experience then SINP will process your profile fast.

SINP selects profiles for permanent residence in Saskatchewan under its multiple categories and sub-categories. This allows them to select different types of immigration profiles.

 

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
Categories International Skilled Worker Saskatchewan Experience Business Immigration
Sub-categories Employment Offer Skilled Worker with Existing Work Permit Entrepreneur
Occupation-In-Demand Semi-skilled Agriculture worker with Existing Work Permit International Graduate Entrepreneur
Saskatchewan Express Entry Hospitality Sector Pilot Project Farm Owners/Operators
  Long Haul Truck Drivers  
  Students Young Farmers

 

SINP Options – Which one to choose?

SINP has 3 categories which are further divided into sub-categories.

  1. International Skilled Worker
  2. Saskatchewan Experience
  3. Business Immigration

 

Book free assessment to know if you qualify for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)