Saskatchewan PNP

Come to Canada permanently via the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

Saskatchewan PNP is designed to help immigrants to permanently move to Saskatchewan. This program was started in 2001, and it already helped dozen of thousands of immigrants to immigrate to Canada.

What streams there are in the Saskatchewan PNP?

As of December 2019, Saskatchewan accepts candidates in three main categories: International Skilled Worker, Saskatchewan Experience, and Entrepreneur and Farm.

The International Skilled Worker category is aimed at skilled foreigners who may contribute to the provincial economy. This category includes three streams: Employment Offer, Occupation In-Demand, and Saskatchewan Express Entry. The Employment Offer is aimed at candidates who received a job offer from a Saskatchewan employer.

The Occupation In-Demand stream is concentrated on the occupations in which there is a shortage in the labour force. In September 2019, Saskatchewan introduced an exclusion list of occupations that currently includes 129 NOCs. All occupations that are not on the list can participate in the SINP.

Saskatchewan Express Entry was designed specifically for the purpose of inviting candidates directly from the Express Entry pool. SINP evaluates the profiles of candidates and allows the matching candidates to get the support of the province in the Express Entry.

In 2018, Saskatchewan admitted 11,110 immigrants, including spouses and children of the main candidates. So far, in 2019, Saskatchewan invited over 9,000 candidates to apply for a provincial nomination!

Saskatchewan Experience category is designed for candidates who obtained work experience in the province. There are five different streams in this category: Existing Work Permit, Health Professionals, International Students, Truck Drivers, and Hospitality Workers. These streams are aimed at specific industries or categories of foreigners, who are already working in Saskatchewan.

Finally, the Entrepreneur and Farm category was designed to bring business-immigrants to create jobs in the provincial economy. Special attention is also dedicated to farming as Saskatchewan in one of the national leaders in the agricultural sector.

How the SINP works?

Each of the ten streams of the SINP has different eligibility criteria. In addition, Saskatchewan has its own online Expression of Interest (EOI) system. In some streams, you need to be registered both in the federal Express Entry system and the provincial EOI system to apply.

Do you want to settle in the heartland of Canada – in the province of Saskatchewan? Contact Intercontinental Global Immigration Solutions Corporation to check your chances to immigrate to Canada via the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program and we will provide you with the step-by-step guidance.