What exactly is the Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program?
If you want to move to Saskatchewan as a permanent resident, you must apply for provincial nomination through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program (SINP).
For immigrants who have not been able to meet the requirements of the federal government's express entry program, Saskatchewan PNP Canada offers an easy Canadian immigration option in more than 200 occupations to apply for a PR visa.
Under the SINP, there are various categories and subcategories for potential immigrants to apply for provincial nomination. The various immigration divisions of the Saskatchewan PNP are as follows:
- International Skilled Workers – This department is for skilled workers who want to stay in the province as PR. Under this section, there are three sub-sections:
- International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry
- International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand
- International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer
- Saskatchewan Experience – This department applies for provincial nominations for temporary foreign workers already working in the province. The sub-divisions under the Saskatchewan Experience Division are as follows:
- Existing work permission
- Health Professionals
- Hospitality Sector Project
- Long Haul Truck Driver Project
- Entrepreneur and Farming Stream - This section is for immigrants who are planning to run a farm or business in Saskatchewan. These departments are associated with the requirements as well as the various immigration processes. If you can meet the requirements of any of the above categories, you will be able to submit the application for provincial nomination to SINP.