The Saskatchewan Province Held Its Third Invitation Round By October 8, 2019 Thereby, Inviting 559 Occupation In – Demand Candidates To Apply For The Provincial Nomination For The Canadian Permanent Residence. Additionally, The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Has Been Giving Out The Invitations To The Prospective Immigrants Every Week Since The Province Has Expanded The List Of Occupations That Are Eligible Under Its Express Entry And Occupation In- Demand Sub-Categories On September 18.
Thereafter, The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Has Issued 1,938 Invitations Through Both The Sub- Categories Over Three Draws. At Least One Year Of Work Experience In An Eligible Occupation Related To One’s Field Of Study Is Required Under Both The Express Entry And Occupation In- Demand Sub- Categories, Among Other Eligibility Criteria. A Job Offer Is Not Mandatory, Neither Is The Canadian Work Experience. The Decision To Drop The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Is Not Required, Nor Is Canadian Work Experience. The Decision To Drop The SINP’s In- Demand Occupation List In Favour Of An Excluded Occupation List Saw The Number Of Eligible Professions Jump From 19 To 218. Therefore, All The Three Draws Since The List Was Dropped Have Targeted Candidates With Work Experience In A Wide Range Of Occupations. The Candidates That Were Selected In The October 8 Draw Had Work Experience In One Of The Rendered 15 Occupations. National Occupation Classification Code Is As Follows:
Financial Managers (NOC 0111)
Banking Credit And Other Investment Managers (NOC 0122)
Managers In Agriculture (NOC 0821)
Other Financial Officers (NOC 1114)
Administrative Officers (NOC 1221)
Administrative Assistants (NOC 1221)
Computer Programmers And Interactive Media Developers (NOC 2174)
Architectural Technologists And Technicians (NOC 2251)
Financial Sales Representative (NOC 6235)
Bakers (NOC 6332)
Technicians And Bookkeepers (NOC 1311)
Information Systems Analysts And Consultants (NOC 2171)
Database Analysts And Data Administrators (NOC 2172)
Automotive Service Technicians, Truck And Bus Mechanics And Mechanical Repairs (NOC 7321)
Human Resource Managers (NOC 0112)
Other Administrative Services Managers (NOC 0114)
Saskatchewan Express Entry
Saskatchewan’s Express Subcategory Is Further Linked To The Federal Express Entry System. The Express Entry Is Responsible For Canada’s Three Main Skilled Worker Immigration Programs, That Is , Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Worker Program And The Federal Skilled Trades Program. Therefore, Of All The 559 People Invited To Apply On October 8, From Them 231 Were The Express Entry Candidates Who Have Also Registered An Expression Of Interest (EOI) Profile With The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. The EOI Profiles Are Ranked Based Upon The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program Point Grid, Which Considers Various Factors Such As The Connections To Saskatchewan, Abilities In Either English Or French And Work Experience.
Therefore, The Applicant Who Had The Lowest Rank In The Latest Draw Held A Score Of 69 And Thus, Was Invited To Apply In The Recent Draw. The Express Entry Applicant Who Receives A Nomination From The SINP Receives An Additional 600 Points Towards The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) Score.
Saskatchewan Occupation In- Demand
Majorly The Candidates Or The Applicants Who Were Invited In The October 8 Draw That Is 382 Applicants Under The Occupation In- Demand Subcategory, Which Is Not Aligned With The Express Entry System. The Applicants Who Are Eligible Skilled Workers With The Experience In An Eligible Occupation And Who Meet Other Requirements Maybe Invited Through This Stream. No Job Offer Is Required. The Applicant Must Create An Expression Of Interest Profile In Order To Be Considered Under The Occupation In- Demand Subcategory. Hence, The Candidates With An EOI Score Of As Low As 69 Were Invited To Apply In October 8 Draw.
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