Canadian provinces have been holding draws regularly to invite skilled candidates who can fulfill their labor demands and benefit the economy.
The province of Saskatchewan organized a new draw recently to invite eligible candidates with valuable work experience in any one of the 63 specified occupations. The draw took place on July 21, and the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) issued a total of 280 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination.
Requirements for qualification
All the invited candidates were required to have a minimum Expression of Interest (EOI) score of 77, irrespective of their stream. Moreover, they also had to provide their Educational Credential Assessments to prove that their international education qualifications satisfied the Canadian standards. To secure an invitation, it was mandatory for the candidates to have professional experience in any of the 63 in-demand occupations specified by the provincial government.
The selected candidates could meet the eligibility requirements of a nomination via the International Skilled Worker category. Among the invited candidates, 84 might be suitable for the Express Entry subcategory under SINP, while 196 might fulfill the eligibility requirements of the Occupations In-Demand sub-category.
The EOI system in Saskatchewan allows for the selection of immigration candidates who have the skills and abilities to establish a productive life in the province. All the candidates are evaluated on the basis of certain human capital factors like age, professional experience, language skills, educational qualifications, and any existing connections to Saskatchewan. The International Skilled Worker Points Assessment Grid is used to determine the individual scores of candidates out of 100.