Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP)

Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP):

The Saskatchewan is part of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program, an economic-class immigration program that allows participating Canadian provinces and territories to nominate a set number of foreign workers, entrepreneurs and international graduates of Canadian post-secondary institutions for Canadian permanent residence.

The fundamental criterion for calculation of the score of is the Saskatchewan Immigration Points Calculation system. This system takes into consideration various factors like

  • age
  • employ ability
  • work experience
  • education
  • connection to Saskatchewan labour market.

These factors taken together are allotted a particular score and the on the basis of this score applicants are invited to apply for PR status. The minimal score needed to be eligible for invitation of application for PR status is 60 out of a maximum 100.

Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP)

The Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) allots a certain score to all applications on the basis of which they are invited to apply for PR status. The factors influencing the selection criteria are:

  • Education and training (Minimum Bachelor Degree)
  • Skilled work experience (Minimum 1 Year)
  • Language ability (Minimum CLB 4)
  • Age (Min 18 up to Max 50)
  • Connection to Saskatchewan labour market & Adaptability (employer offer, close family member, work experience in Saskatchewan and student experience in Saskatchewan.

 The Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) has different immigration categories for International skilled workers

The International Skilled Workers category is for foreign workers looking to immigrate to Saskatchewan. Eligible candidates can be nominated under: Express Entry, Occupation In-Demand and Employer Offer.

  • Express Entry sub-category

This is for candidates with a profile in Canada’s federal Express Entry system and work experience in one of occupations listed as in-demand in the province. A job offer from a Saskatchewan employer is not required.

Express Entry candidates nominated by the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP) receive an additional 600 points toward their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score.

In order to be considered for a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan, Express Entry candidates are required to have both a valid Express Entry profile and a separate Expression of Interest (EOI) profile registered with the SINP.

  • Occupation In-Demand sub-category

This is similar to the Express Entry sub-category but issues nominations outside the Express Entry system. It also requires work experience in one of the occupations listed as in-demand by the SINP, has no job offer requirement and involves the creation of an EOI profile.

Click here for more about Provincial Nominee Program(PNP)

Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP)

FEES STRUCTURE

Extra Charges:

1st Stage:

WES Fee:     Approx.: 250 – 300 CAD (INR 16000) Paid by the client separately to WES

IELTS Fee:     INR14,000/-  per adult Paid by the client separately

Government Fee

Principal Applicant – CAD $350 (INR –  17,500/-)

Secondary Applicant – CAD $350 (INR –  17,500/-)

Settlement funds required for a Quebec immigration applicant

Principal Applicant – CAD $12,475 (INR – 6,25,000)

Spouse – CAD $ 3056 (INR – 1,52,000)

Child Per Head Under 18years- CAD $1000 (INR – 50,000)

 Medicals:  Approx.  INR 5000/- per head

Flying Expense:       Approx. INR 45,000/-