Saskatchewan Immigration Department has conducted a draw under Occupation In-Demand category on 27th of September, 2018. In this draw, they have issued 213 Invitations to Apply to those who have a minimum of 66 points.
In the previous draw conducted on September 20, 2018, 140 candidates were invited under Occupation in Demand category and the minimum points threshold was 75.
All the invited candidates had an educational credential assessment while having a license from the concerned authority is not mandatory.
Saskatchewan Immigration department has changed the application intake system in July. In the past, Saskatchewan Immigration categories used to open for a limited number of applications. The applications were collected on a first come, first serve basis.
After the recent change on July 16th, the International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand sub-categories are using an EOI System. The highest ranked candidates in EOI pool will receive invitations to apply.
After receiving an invitation to apply, you will have 60 days to submit the complete application. A complete and successful submission of your application will result in getting nominated by the Saskatchewan Government.
In addition to the following criteria, an applicant may apply if living outside Canada or have a valid proof of legal status in Canada. Moreover, refugee claimants are not eligible for this sub-category.
There is no restriction to use the services of immigration representative or consultant while applying to SINP, however, before doing so, make it clear that such representative is holding a license by the concerned authorities. The best thing about using the services of immigration representative or consultant is that all the filling process is completed in a hassle free manner. Moreover, in the case of rejection, professional guideline is provided by such representative, as what went wrong and how to deal with it.