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Saskatchewan’s New PNP – SINP Draw of 2024 Welcomes 35 Candidates

Austin Campbell



Saskatchewan's New PNP

On March 7, 2024, Saskatchewan, Canada, marked the commencement of the new month of the year by opening its first SINP draw. This draw, a key event for immigration enthusiasts, invited 35 candidates to apply for a provincial nomination, focusing on the International Skilled Worker (ISW) Category. The draw encompassed two vital subcategories under SINP’s International Skilled Worker (ISW) Category – Occupation in Demand (OID), and Express Entry.

The minimum required score for both subcategories stood at 89 points. Notably, all invited candidates had completed Educational Credential Assessments, underlining the importance of educational qualifications in the selection criteria.

SINP Draw Highlights – March 7, 2024

Dates of ITACategoryLowest CRS ScoreTotal Candidates Invited
March 7, 2024Occupations in-Demand8914
Express Entry8921

Invited Occupations in the Latest SINP Draw

The SINP draw on March 7, 2024, targeted specific National Occupational Classification (NOC) occupation codes, aligning with the Expression of Interest (EOI) selection process.

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This SINP draw, occurring after the December 27, 2023 draw, holds particular significance as the inaugural draw of the year for the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. Considering Canada’s ambitious target of settling 110,000 newcomers through Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), SINP is expected to play a crucial role in facilitating Canada PR for a substantial number of immigration candidates.

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Saskatchewan Leads the Way

A recent Statistics Canada report sheds light on the retention of immigrants across Canadian provinces and territories. Saskatchewan, along with Canada’s Prairie provinces and the three territories, emerges as a frontrunner in retaining immigrants who choose to settle in this region. The cumulative probability of immigrants remaining in Canada 20 years after admission reveals Saskatchewan’s impressive retention rate of 84.7%. This places Saskatchewan among the top provinces for immigrant retention, surpassing even economic powerhouses like Ontario.

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Factors Influencing Immigration Retention

Various factors contribute to the decision of immigrants to stay in Canada. Key observations include:

  • The presence of children in the tax family significantly reduces the propensity to emigrate.
  • Married and common-law immigrants exhibit a lower likelihood of emigration compared to their single counterparts.
  • Entrepreneurs and highly educated individuals are more likely to emigrate than those with less education and stable employment.

As a new SINP draw sets the stage for the year, the program is poised to be a vital player in achieving Canada’s immigration targets. With a commitment to selecting candidates with diverse skills and educational backgrounds, SINP continues to be a gateway for individuals aspiring to make Saskatchewan their home.

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