The SINP Hospitality Sector Pilot Project lets the province suggest those foreign workers to be occupied in occupations in hospitality sector who are presently working in Saskatchewan for a minimum of six months on a provisional work permit. The applicants have to be holding a valid Canadian Temporary Work Permit for one of the under mentioned occupations:
•Housekeeping or Cleaning Staff
•Food or Beverage Server
•Food Counter Attendant or Kitchen Helper
To be entitled to submit an application for this category, potential applicants have to start working in the Canadian province for an employer that has been accepted by the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program. For this they require to get a temporary foreign work permit from the Citizenship and Immigration Canada. If the company with whom an interviewee is working offers a permanent standard employment offer, after six months of least working period, then the later can submit an application for the PR status with the SINP.
Aside from working in any of the over mentioned occupations, applicants are also required to accomplish the following criteria:
•Possess the necessary understanding of English language in order to be eligible for the Saskatchewan employment.
•Educated up to Grade 12, in least.
•Saskatchewan employers ought to have employed them in one of the above mentioned positions for a minimum period of 6 months.