SINP draw issues 248 NOIs for provincial nomination

On Mar 11, 2021, SINP draw issues 248 NOIs for provincial nomination.

Saskatchewan’s latest SINP draw issues 248 NOIs for provincial nomination. The applicants were selected through 2 SINP sub-streams such as:

  • Occupations in Demand stream
  • Express Entry stream

To qualify in this draw, the applicants needed a minimum of 71 CRS score. The Occupations in-demand stream selected 176 applicants whereas the Express Entry stream selected 71 applicants. And the applicants needed an ECA to prove that their foreign education is equal to Canada’s education system. Also, they must have work experience in 1 of the 70 in-demand occupations in this draw.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is the province’s own immigration pathway. It helps the province to select skilled workers who can meet its labour market needs and grow its economy.

To qualify through SINP all applicants must submit an EOI. An EOI is not a formal application but shows your interest in applying to the SINP. Further, you must meet the eligibility terms of the SINP sub-stream you are applying to.

SINP draw issues 248 NOIs for provincial nomination. But who qualified in this March 11 draw?

If you received an NOI in this draw, then it means:

For Occupations in-demand stream you have:

  • Applied to this SINP stream.
  • Meet all the qualifying terms.
  • Also. have a minimum CRS score of 71.

For the SINP Express Entry stream, yo
u have:

  • Applied to this SINP stream.
  • Have an active Express Entry (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)
  • Also, meet the Human Capital Factors
    • Age
    • Education Level
    • Work Experience
    • Language Proficiency
  • Finally, have a qualifying CRS score of 71 or more.

If you applied to the SINP Express Entry stream and get a provincial nomination, then you will get an extra 600 CRS score against your EE profile. This means that your chances of getting an ITA for Canada PR increase majorly.

Looking at the positive immigration trends, anyone who wishes to get a Canadian Permanent Residence must apply now. Because looking at all immigration draws Canada is selecting a large number of applicants. And is lowering the CRS score requirement. Recently, Canada made history by selecting 27,332 applicants in a single draw.

So, apply now. Take our Free Assessment or Contact Us to know more.

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