Saskatchewan-PNP

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The sunshine state of Canada welcomes new immigrants through the Saskatchewan PNP – a comprehensive system that allows hopeful aspirants to commence a new life in this abundant land. Saskatchewan offers lucrative job opportunities, diverse communities, favourable weather conditions and a high standard of living.

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Decoding the Saskatchewan PNP Process – International Skilled Worker Category www.abhinav.com

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Canada welcomes new immigrants through the Saskatchewan PNP The sunshine state of Canada welcomes new immigrants through the Saskatchewan PNP – a comprehensive system that allows hopeful aspirants to commence a new life in this abundant land. Saskatchewan offers lucrative job opportunities, diverse communities, favourable weather conditions and a high standard of living. www.abhinav.com The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) provides a gateway to Canadian permanent residence for skilled workers who can meet the local labour market requirements of the province, and thus contribute to the burgeoning economy.

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Saskatchewan Provisional Nominee Program SINP www.abhinav.com The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) provides a gateway to Canadian permanent residence for skilled workers who can meet the local labour market requirements of the province, and thus contribute to the burgeoning economy.

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Saskatchewan Immigration Requirements: Their profession should feature in the province’s occupation demand list. Their academic qualifications should be relevant to their work experience. Under the SINP point assessment grid, points can be claimed only for relevant years of experience in the primary National Occupational Classification (NOC) being applied through. An Educational Credential Assessment should be conducted before filing an Expression of Interest (EOI), since the Canadian equivalency of the applicant’s educational qualifications is also a factor that determines eligibility. Demonstrate their intent to live and work in Saskatchewan, and possess adequate settlement funds. www.abhinav.com

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First pathways to pursue the Saskatchewan immigration Process : SINP via Canada Express Entry Program By creating an Express Entry profile and indicating the preferred province(s) while filing the EOI in the pool, a candidate can receive 600 additional points for the CRS score, if Saskatchewan issues the nomination. They are free to apply for multiple provinces under this system, to improve the probability of selection. www.abhinav.com

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Criteria To be eligible for this process, they should meet certain criteria : Score minimum 67 points under the Canada Express Entry point system and at least 60 points in the SINP point assessment grid . Attain a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark – Level 7 – by appearing for a language proficiency examination. www.abhinav.com

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Second pathways to pursue the Saskatchewan immigration Process : SINP – Occupation in Demand The aspirant may choose to contact the Saskatchewan immigration authority directly and submit an application for nomination, after filing an EOI to the province. After receiving the nomination, they are required to create an Express Entry profile or update their existing profile, before proceeding further. In this case, the candidate cannot apply to other provinces. The application is subject to some conditions: www.abhinav.com

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Criteria The application is subject to some conditions : Score minimum 60 points in the SINP point assessment grid . Attain a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark – Level 4 – in a valid language proficiency test. www.abhinav.com

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www.abhinav.com In both scenarios, the province will issue a nomination only if the applicant is found eligible. After accepting the nomination and receiving an Invite to Apply from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), an application for permanent residence should be submitted to IRCC. Receiving a nomination typically takes between 3 to 6 months. The IRCC processing time for SINP via the online Express Entry system is 6 months, while the SINP – Occupation in Demand procedure requires 15 to 19 months. Processing T ime

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www.abhinav.com Saskatchewan is an amazingly well known goal for new Canadians to settle. The most effortless approach to move to Saskatchewan is with a commonplace selection inside the Express Entry Canada migration framework. To Conclude

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