The application fee for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has undergone a renewal on April 1, 2017. So, applicants to SINP’s two popular immigration streams are bound to pay an application fee of $300 CAD while submitting their applications. The fee is applicable to those, applying under Saskatchewan Express Entry sub-category, Occupation In-Demand sub-category, and the International Skilled Worker.
Since their launch in 2015, the above-mentioned SINP sub-categories remained open for new applications at various occasions. The most amazing thing to know is that intake quotas for these streams take few days or even hours to fill.
No job offer is necessary for any of these sub-categories. Moreover, this program targets newcomers who own an “in-demand occupation” work experience.
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This particular sub-category is for eligible candidates who made their way to the federal Express Entry pool. Such candidates can send their applications for Saskatchewan’s provincial nomination certificate. The candidates can enjoy the benefit of receiving this provincial nomination certificate in shape of 600 additional points under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). These candidates stand eligible for selection from their respective pool through a subsequent draw.
Skilled workers having relevant experience in one of Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations, are eligible to apply under this sub-category. The processing of these applications does not fall under the ambit of Express Entry system.