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Saskatchewan Issued Invitations to 1,044 Candidates to Apply For Provincial Immigration

Austin Campbell

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Saskatchewan Issued Invitations

On May 18, 2023, the Canadian province of Saskatchewan held an Expression of Interest (EOI) draw for provincial immigration. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) issued invitations to 1,044 candidates in two categories: Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand. Similar to other PNPs, the SINP is also an immigration program for skilled workers, investors, and entrepreneurs.

Highlights of the Draw: Who Was Invited?

Saskatchewan in its second PNP draw of the month held draws under two streams. The province invited 1,044 candidates with the lowest possible CRS score dropping to 67 points.

Here’s a breakdown of invitations issued across two streams:

Express Entry stream

A total of 784 invitations were sent out from the Express Entry stream with NOC codes. To qualify, candidates were required to score at least 67 CRS points.

Occupation in-demand

A total of 260 invites were sent out from the Occupation in-demand stream with NOC codes. Candidates were required to score 68 CRS points.

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Note: Candidates who were invited must have an ECA of their academic credentials. Not all professions were chosen. The following NOC codes listed on the Canada Occupation In-Demand List are eligible for the EOI selection in this SINP draw:

NOC 13201 – Production and logistics coordinators.
NOC 21203 – Land surveyors.
NOC 21211 – Data scientists.
NOC 21220 – Cyber Security experts.
NOC 21221 – Business systems experts.
NOC 21223 – Database analysts and data administrators.
NOC 21230 – Computer systems developers and programmers.
NOC 21232 – Software developers and programmers.
NOC 21233 – Web designers.
NOC 21234 – Web developers and programmers.
NOC 21301 – Mechanical engineers.
NOC 21321 – Industrial and manufacturing engineers.
NOC 22220 – Computer network and web technicians.
NOC 22221 – User support technicians.
NOC 31203 – Occupational therapists.
NOC 32102 – Paramedical occupations.
NOC 32120 – Medical laboratory technologists.
NOC 32121 – Medical radiation technologists.
NOC 32122 – Medical sonographers.
NOC 32123 – Cardiology and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists.
NOC 41301 – Therapists in counseling and other specialized therapies.
NOC 62100 – Technical sales specialists (wholesale trade)
NOC 70012 – Facility operation and maintenance managers.
NOC 72100 – Machinists, machining, and tooling inspectors.
NOC 72106 – Welders and other related machine operators.
NOC 72201 – Industrial electricians.
NOC 72400 – Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics.
NOC 72401 – Heavy-duty equipment mechanics.
NOC 72410 – Automotive service technicians, truck & bus mechanics, and mechanical repairers.
NOC 82030 – Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors.
NOC 92100 – Power engineers and power systems operators.

An Overview of SINP – How it Works?

SINP, being one of the most popular immigration pathways, offers different streams to workers, investors, and others. The eligibility requirements and application procedure differ for each stream. Candidates must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the program in order to apply for the SINP.

After applying, they will be evaluated using a points system called the SINP points calculator. Those who satisfy the requirements are invited to submit an application for provincial nomination. Later, candidates can apply for Canada PR with the Canadian federal government after receiving a nomination from the SINP. If you get the invitation to any of these two streams, you need to submit your application within 60 days.

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