SINP- Skilled Workers | Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program

The Skilled Workers class under the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program lets those worldwide skilled workers or those who have been working as executive to submit an application for immigration to the province of Saskatchewan. To be entitled for this category, a nominee candidate must have a job offer available from a Saskatchewan local company. The class is further divided into 3 sub-categories.

They are;
•Skilled Workers/Professionals
•Existing Work Permit and
•Critical Occupations

Here is the eligibility decisive factor that the SINP expects each candidate of the Skilled Workers category to meet any one of them so as to immigrate to Saskatchewan:

•A candidate must have a stable regular employment offer from a Saskatchewan limited employer in either of these positions- skilled worker; managerial or professional; or a selected Saskatchewan trade, which is incorporated in the National Occupational Classification;
•A candidate must have worked in Saskatchewan for a least period of 6 months. He/she should be working on a temporary work permit in a profession or a designated trade that is included in the National Occupational Classification.

In addition, the applicants must not have any refuge claim in Canada to be entitled to submit an application for the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program.


Anonymous said...

how many months is the processing before arriving in saskatchewan?

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