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Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP

Immigration to Canada can be best achieved through the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP, by which you can make Saskatchewan your home and gain Canada permanent residency. Saskatchewan, situated in the western part of Canada, is recognized as one of the Prairie Provinces, along with Manitoba and Alberta.

Saskatchewan offers immigrants numerous employment opportunities and high quality of life. The province’s economy depends much on its large production of durum wheat, lentils and dry peas, as well as the potash, uranium and oil.

Regina is the capital city of Saskatchewan and it has the second-largest population in the province. The other cities are Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Lloydminster, and so on.

Saskatchewan offers a quality life with excellent health care services, standard education system, increasing employment opportunities and leisure and recreation through stunning sightseeing places and sports and other activities. The cost of living in Saskatchewan is affordable with housing costs low, free education in government schools and no personal charges for health services. Saskatchewan allows you to easily integrate into the community with people practising diverse cultures.

With still more to experience and enjoy taking part in them, Saskatchewan welcomes you through its Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP and become a part of the province. You can apply for any of the following categories for permanent residency under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP. They are:

  • International Skilled Worker Category.
  • Saskatchewan Experience Category.
  • Entrepreneur Category.
  • Farm Category.

You can choose the category that suits your skills and situations and apply for them online.

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1. International Skilled Worker Category

Under the International Skilled Worker category of the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP, you can be nominated as a skilled worker so that you can stay and work in Saskatchewan. There are three streams under this category and the criteria for each will determine your eligibility for permanent residence in Saskatchewan.

1.1 a) International Skilled Worker: Employment Offer Stream

You can apply for this Employment Offer stream if you possess an employment offer for a skilled position in Saskatchewan and you meet all the essential requirements for it.

Essential Eligibility Requirements for the Employment Offer Stream

You must live outside Canada or hold evidence of legal status in Canada to apply for this. However, you should not be a refugee claimant. The other eligibility criteria are you must:

  • Possess a minimum of one-year work experience in your intended occupation in the past 10 years.
  • Acquire at least 60 points out of 100 in the point assessment on the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.
  • Possess language skills and must have a score of minimum CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) 4. Nevertheless, you may be asked a higher score in CLB by employers and regulatory bodies.
  • Provide evidence of your eligibility to work in a regulated occupation and get licensed to apply for the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.
  • Have received an Approval Letter as evidence of an offer for a permanent, full-time job in Saskatchewan. Though you do not find any particular list of jobs, your occupation must be listed in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) level A, B or 0 or in a designated trade in a Saskatchewan. In case your designated trade is a Food and Beverage Server/Person or Health Professional, you need to apply under the Hospitality Sector Project and Health Professionals sub-categories respectively.
  • Be of the age of minimum 18 years and maximum 50 years.

The above-mentioned criteria may modify or change at any time; however, the eligibility requirements provided at the time of the application will be considered. Furthermore, the nominations for the International Skilled Worker: Employment Offer Stream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP is strictly based on the number of nominations set by the federal government every year. As a result, your application for the nomination is not guaranteed to be accepted.

1.2 b) International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand

The stream of International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP is for you if:

  • You are a highly skilled worker with no job offer in Saskatchewan, but your skilled occupation figure in the in-demand occupation list of Saskatchewan.
  • You meet all the essential requirements of this category.

Essential Eligibility Requirements for the Occupation In-Demand Stream

If you live outside Canada or hold evidence of legal status in Canada, you can apply for this stream. You need to also pay an application fee of 300 CAD, which is non-refundable. A refugee claimant cannot apply for this program. The other eligibility criteria are you must:

  • Be of the age of minimum 18 years and maximum 50 years.
  • Acquire at least 60 points out of 100 in the point assessment on the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.
  • Possess language skills and must have a score of minimum CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) 4. Nevertheless, you may be asked a higher score in CLB by employers and regulatory bodies.
  • Have done a post-secondary education degree, diploma, or certification or undergone an apprenticeship or training that is equivalent to the one prescribed in the Canadian education system for a period of minimum one year and have a certificate as a piece of evidence to it.
  • Provide an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report from any of the nominated organizations by the IRCC in case you have done a diploma or degree from outside Canada.
  • Possess a minimum of one-year work experience in the following in the past 10 years:
  • In the given educational field or training occupation, and
  • In the highly skilled job that comes under the NOC (National Occupational Classification) List level A, B or 0 and it figures in the In-Demand Occupation List in the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.
  • Provide evidence of Professional Status or evidence of license for your eligible occupation listed in the regulated occupation or jobs with “professional certification standards” in Canada and/or Saskatchewan. Where you are required to support your application with the evidence of this, then it must be provided or your application will be delayed or returned incomplete for want of the evidence. In such a case the fee paid is not refundable.
  • Submit proof of your financial status by showing enough funds in your account to support you and your family during the time of your search for employment in Saskatchewan. Nevertheless, the amount of money is decided based on the size of your family. Moreover, you must also attach your settlement plan in writing.

The criteria mentioned above may modify or change at any time; however, the eligibility requirements provided at the time of the application will be considered. Furthermore, the nominations for the International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-DemandStream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP is strictly based on the number of nominations set by the federal government every year.

As a result, your application is not guaranteed to be nominated or accepted. Where the application reaches the marked number, further applications will not be accepted.

1.3 c) International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry

The International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP requires you to be a skilled worker who:

Essential Eligibility Requirements for the Saskatchewan Express Entry Stream

In case you live outside Canada or hold evidence of legal status in Canada, you can apply for this stream. You need to also pay an application fee of 300 CAD, which is non-refundable. A refugee claimant cannot apply for this program. The other eligibility criteria are you must:

  • Have an Express Entry profile number as an evidence of being accepted in the Express Entry Pool of IRCC. You must also give your Job Seeker Validation Code.
  • Be of the age of minimum 18 years and maximum 50 years.
  • Acquire at least 60 points out of 100 in the point assessment on the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.
  • Submit the language test results verified by the nominated testing agency. The result must, however, match the one given by you in the Express Entry profile.
  • Have done a post-secondary education degree, diploma, or certification or undergone an apprenticeship or training that is equivalent to the one prescribed in the Canadian education system for a period of minimum one year and have a certificate as a piece of evidence to it.
  • Provide an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report from any of the nominated organizations by the IRCC in case you have done a diploma or degree from outside Canada.
  • Possess any one of the following work experience in your educational field or training occupation:
  • Work experience of at least one year in a skilled profession (non-trade) in the past 10 years;
  • Work experience of at least two years in a skilled trade in the past 5 years; or
  • Work experience of a minimum of 12 months in the trade or non-trade in the past 3 years in Canada.
  • Possess work experience in the highly skilled job that comes under the NOC (National Occupational Classification) List level A, B or 0 and it figures in the In-Demand Occupation List in the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.
  • Provide evidence of Professional Status or evidence of license for your eligible occupation listed in the regulated occupation or jobs with “professional certification standards” in Canada and/or Saskatchewan. Where you are required to support your application with the evidence of this, then it must be provided or your application will be delayed or returned incomplete for want of the evidence. In such a case the fee paid is not refundable.
  • Submit proof of your financial status by showing enough funds in your account to support you and your family during the time of your search for employment in Saskatchewan. Nevertheless, the amount of money is decided based on the size of your family. Moreover, you must also attach your settlement plan in writing.

The criteria mentioned above may modify or change at any time; however, the eligibility requirements provided at the time of the application will be considered. Furthermore, the nominations for the International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express EntryStream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP is strictly based on the number of nominations set by the federal government every year. As a result, your application is not guaranteed to be nominated or accepted. Where the application reaches the target number, further applications will not be accepted.

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2. Saskatchewan Experience Category

If you are a foreign worker who is presently employed in Saskatchewan on a valid work permit, you can apply for the Saskatchewan permanent residency via the Saskatchewan PNP Program. Under the Saskatchewan Experience Category, you can find four streams and the eligibility criteria for each of them.

2.1 a) Saskatchewan Experience – Applicants with Existing Work Permit

The Applicants with Existing Work Permit stream is meant for you if you are a skilled worker and has been in employment on a valid work permit for a minimum length of time of six months in Saskatchewan. You are also supposed to meet the following criteria for becoming eligible in this stream.

Essential Eligibility Requirements for the Applicants with Existing Work Permit Stream

To qualify for this stream, you must:

  • Be employed with a Saskatchewan employer and have a permanent full-time job. Your occupation must be listed in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) level A, B or 0 or in a designated trade in a Saskatchewan. In case your designated trade is a Food and Beverage Server/Person or Health Professional, you need to apply under the Hospitality Sector Project and Health Professionals sub-categories respectively.
  • Have received an Approval Letter as evidence of an offer for a permanent, full-time job in Saskatchewan.
  • Where your employment offer is in the NOC level C, you must possess language skills and must have a score of minimum CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) 4.
  • Have work experience of a minimum of six months, where you have worked in a job offered by an employer. In this case, you must have possessed a valid work permit from IRCC.
  • You must have received the permanent full-time employment offers for the same position in which you have six months experience.
  • Provide evidence of your eligibility to work in a regulated occupation and get licensed to apply for the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP. The application must support with essential documents like certification or licensure, which is mandatory in this regard.

The criteria for the above stream may modify or change at any time; however, the eligibility requirements provided at the time of the application will be considered. Furthermore, the nomination for the Applicants with Existing Work Permit Stream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP is strictly based on the number of nominations set by the federal government every year. As a result, your application is not guaranteed to be nominated or accepted. Where the application reaches the target number, further applications will not be accepted.

People not Eligible for Saskatchewan Experience – Existing Work Permit Stream

The following people are not eligible for applying for this stream:

  • Health Professionals.
  • Food and Beverage Servers/Persons.
  • Refugee Claimants in Canada.
  • Graduate Students on a Post-Graduate work permit from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

2.2 b) Saskatchewan Experience – Health Professionals

You can be nominated under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINPin the Saskatchewan Experience – Health Professionals stream in case you are a skilled worker and who:

  • Have been on a temporary work permit issued by IRCC and have worked for a minimum of six months in the position of a physician, nurse, or any other health professional.
  • Meet the eligibility criteria mentioned below for the nomination.

Essential Eligibility Requirements for the Health Professionals Stream

Physician: To qualify under the physician sub-category, you must have the necessary educational, as well as professional qualifications to undertake employment and also meet the following eligibility criteria, where you:

  • Must possess a valid work permit from IRCC.
  • Have a minimum of six months of experience as a physician practising in Saskatchewan.
  • Hold a permanent full-time employment offer that has been:
  • Approved and issued by a health authority in the province or the health education institution you are presently employed and/or
  • Verified with the supporting documents that explain your permanent arrangement to practice medicine in a medical office in Saskatchewan and the arrangement could be anything like a partnership agreement, business contract or plan, other documents giving details of your medical practice.
  • Have received an Approval Letter as evidence of an offer for a permanent, full-time job in Saskatchewan.

For nominating you, the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP will get a “letter of support” from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan. The letter contains details like your license type, its date of expiry and other details; it must also have the CoPSS’ support. If necessary, the Saskatchewan immigration office will also show your license or certification in your speciality and request a letter from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

The criteria for the above stream may modify or change at any time; however, the eligibility requirements provided at the time of the application will be considered.

Nurses: The Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP nominations under this are for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), Registered Nurses (RN) or Psychiatric Nurses (PN). To qualify under the nurse sub-category, you must have the necessary educational, as well as professional qualifications to undertake employment and also meet the following eligibility criteria, where you:

  • Hold a valid work permit from IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada).
  • Have been working for at least 6 months as a nurse in Saskatchewan.
  • Have received a permanent full-time employment offer from the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, Saskatchewan Health Authority, or any other “publicly-funded” healthcare employer.
  • Possess a valid Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP “Job Approval Letter”.

You must be not subject to any restriction and have a license to practice as a nurse in Saskatchewan. For the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP, it will be checked and confirmed with the appropriate licensing body. Where you apply for the “publicly-funded” healthcare employer who does not figure under the nursing collective agreements, then your application is reviewed separately.

The criteria for the above stream may modify or change at any time; however, the eligibility requirements provided at the time of the application will be considered.

Other Health Professions: To qualify in the Other Health Professions stream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP, you must:

  • Be presently employed in health jobs that are backed by the appropriate licensing body, regional health authority or another employer,
  • Have an occupation that is listed in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) level A, B, C or 0,
  • Have undergone a minimum of one-year post-secondary education or training in the specific job, and
  • Meet the eligibility criteria laid by the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.

The essential eligibility requirements for the Other Health Professions are:

  • You must possess a valid work permit from IRCC.
  • Have a minimum of six months experience working in an approved health job in Saskatchewan for the medical office, who offer you the permanent job in a similar occupation
  • Hold a permanent full-time employment offer from Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, Saskatchewan Health Authority, or any other healthcare employer.
  • Possess a valid Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP “Job Approval Letter”.
  • Where your employment offer is in the NOC level C, you must possess language skills and must have a score of minimum CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) 4.
  • Provide evidence of your eligibility to work in a regulated occupation and get licensed to apply for the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP. The application must support with essential documents like certification or licensure, which is mandatory in this regard.

Other than the above the Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program (SINP) will also receive a “letter of support” from the licensing body concerned and a “letter of support” from your healthcare employer, confirming your position to be vacant and posted according to the applicable collective agreement.

The criteria for the above stream may modify or change at any time; however, the eligibility requirements provided at the time of the application will be considered.

In case you need to find jobs in Saskatchewan but do not work in Saskatchewan, then you have to contact the following organization to know the qualifications and certifications you require to work there.

  • For Physicians, you must contact the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CoPSS).
  • For Nurses, you can contact any one of them like the Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses (SALPN), Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan (RPNAS) or Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA).
  • For Other Health Professions, you can check the Saskatchewan health professional associations.

Moreover, the nomination for the Saskatchewan Experience – Health ProfessionalsStream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program is strictly based on the number of nominations set by the federal government every year. As a result, your application is not guaranteed to be nominated or accepted. Where the application reaches the target number, further applications will not be accepted.

2.3 c) Saskatchewan Experience – Hospitality Sector Project

The Saskatchewan Experience – Hospitality Sector Project stream is designed for those who:

  • Are employed in Saskatchewan and working on a temporary work permit.
  • Have an experience of at least 6 months or 960 hours working with an employer approved by the SINP Hospitality sector.
  • Are employed in any of the jobs like Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper (NOC 6711), Food/Beverage Server (NOC 6513, or Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff (NOC 6731).
  • Meet the eligibility criteria laid by the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.

The essential eligibility requirements for the Hospitality Sector Project are:

  • Possess a valid work permit from IRCC for any one of the jobs like the Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper (NOC 6711), Food/Beverage Server (NOC 6513, or Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff (NOC 6731).
  • Have an educational qualification of minimum Grade 12 or one equivalent to it.
  • Have worked for an employer who is approved and allowed to participate in the Hospitality Sector Project under the Saskatchewan PNP Program. It should be noted that Saskatchewan nomination program rejects applications from employees working for the companies that receive its approval after giving the employment. To find out if the employer is approved under the program, you can request for the copy of the ‘letter of approval’.
  • Have working experience of a minimum of six months and comply with the work and performance standards of the employer.
  • Possess language skills of minimum CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) 4 or higher in the four language abilities to listen, speaking, reading, and writing.
  • Have received a valid Job Approval Letter under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.

2.4 d) Saskatchewan Experience – Long-Haul Truck Driver Project

The Saskatchewan Experience – Long-Haul Truck Driver Project stream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP is for those long-haul truck drivers to work in trucking firms permanently. Nevertheless, you must qualify for this project and for that you must:

  • Possess a temporary work permit and start working for a trucking firm approved by the Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program (SINP).
  • In case you are offered a permanent job by the approved trucking firm, you can apply for the permanent residency after working for a minimum period of six months.
  • You must meet the other eligibility criteria given below.

The essential eligibility requirements for the Long-Haul Truck Driver Project stream are:

  • You must be employed on a temporary work permit to work with a trucking firm, approved by the SINP and have been working for a minimum time of six months. Nevertheless, the work permit is raised depending on a positive Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from Service Canada and issued by IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
  • You must hold a recent Saskatchewan Class 1 A driver’s licence.
  • Your trucking firm approved by SINP(Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program) must have given you an offer of full-time permanent employment.
  • Possess language skills of minimum CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) 4 or higher in the four language abilities to listen, speaking, reading, and writing.
  • Have received a valid Job Approval Letter under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP.

The refugee claimants are not allowed to apply for this stream.

2.5 e) Saskatchewan Experience – Students Stream

Under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP, the Saskatchewan Experience – Students Stream applies to those students who:

  • Have completed their graduation from a distinguished post-secondary education institution in Canada.
  • Wish to be nominated by the SINP and want to apply for it.
  • Satisfy all the essential requirements for the stream.

The essential eligibility requirements for the Students stream are:

In the case of graduates from a Saskatchewan institute:

  • You must be a graduate from a distinguished post-secondary education institution in Saskatchewan, Canada and possess a certificate, degree or diploma.
  • You must have a minimum of six months experience working in paid employment in Saskatchewan. The following are the types of work experience eligible in Saskatchewan.
  • Off-campus.
  • On-campus.
  • Graduate fellowships (verified by your institution).
  • Co-op terms.
  • Work experience attained through a post-graduation work permit.
  • You must currently possess a valid post-graduation work permit issued by IRCC.
  • You presently hold an offer for a full-time permanent job in your related field of study from an employer in Saskatchewan. However, the employment must be:
  • In an occupation that is listed in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) level A, B, C or 0, or a designated trade, or
  • In an occupation related to your area of study and it necessitates a post-secondary education. However, if you are qualified as a Food and Beverage Servers/Person, you need to apply under the stream Hospitality Sector Project.
  • You have received a Job Approval Letter validated by SINP.
  • Where your employment offer is in the NOC level C, you must possess language skills and must have a score of minimum CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) 4.

In the case of graduates from an institute in Canada

You become eligible in this category in case:

  • You are a graduate from a distinguished post-secondary educational institution in Canada (not in Saskatchewan), where you had undergone a minimum of one academic year or 8 months full-time study program and you possess a certificate, degree or diploma.
  • You hold a valid work permit from IRCC, on applying for it.
  • You have work experience of working in a paid employment, related to your field of study, in Saskatchewan for a minimum of 6 months (at least 960 hours) consecutively after your graduation using a post-graduate work permit.
  • You presently hold an offer for a full-time permanent job in your related field of study from an employer in Saskatchewan. However, the employment must be:
  • In an occupation that is listed in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) level A, B, C or 0, or a designated trade, or
  • In an occupation related to your area of study and it necessitates a post-secondary education. However, if you are qualified as a Food and Beverage Servers/Person, you need to apply under the stream Hospitality Sector Project.
  • You have received a Job Approval Letter validated by SINP.
  • Where your employment offer is in the NOC level C, you must possess language skills and must have a score of minimum CLB (Canadian Language Benchmark) 4.

The nomination for the Students Stream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program is strictly based on the number of nominations set by the federal government every year. As a result, your application is not guaranteed to be nominated or accepted. Where the application reaches the target number, further applications will not be accepted.

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3. Entrepreneur Category

The Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP offers the Entrepreneur category through which you and your family can set up, possess or partner a business and manage it while staying in Saskatchewan. This being the case, the nomination under the Entrepreneur category is done by three steps:

  • Submission of Expression of Interest (EOI) to the SINP (Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program).
  • Selection of EOI and Invitation to Apply: The selection of EOI is based on the points scored on the program requirements.
  • Nomination

4. Farm Category

The Farm Category under the Saskatchewan PNP Program SINP allows you to move to Saskatchewan as a farm owner and operator if you:

  • have established yourself as an experienced farmer.
  • have enough money and assets to put in farming in Saskatchewan.
  • Have a plan to buy and manage a farm in Saskatchewan.

Essential Eligibility Requirements for the Farm Category Stream

To qualify for nomination under this stream, you must meet the following:

  • Available Net Worth: You must have a net worth of 500, 000 CAD for which you must submit evidence like financial documents.
  • Make a Refundable Cash Deposit: You are also required to make a “good faith” deposit of 75, 000 CAD in trust and sign a Performance Agreement, wherein you commit purchasing and actively running a farm in Saskatchewan. You can take back the deposit once you fulfil your commitment given in the Performance Agreement. In case you do not meet the commitment within two years of reaching Saskatchewan, then you cannot claim your deposit.
  • Compulsory visit to Saskatchewan: You need to make a compulsory exploratory visit to Saskatchewan on a five-day visit. You must also meet a representative of SINP to gather more information.
  • Knowledge of Farm Operation and Experience: You must provide evidence of having enough knowledge of farm operation and experience. The documents showing education, training and work experience and financial status must be furnished. You may be called for an interview to verify the information.
  • Submit a proposal: You must write a well-thought-out proposal showing the commercial farm opportunity in Saskatchewan.

The criteria for the above stream may modify or change at any time; however, the eligibility requirements provided at the time of the application will be considered. Furthermore, the nomination for the Farm CategoryStream under the Saskatchewan PNP Program is strictly based on the number of nominations set by the federal government every year. As a result, your application is not guaranteed to be nominated or accepted. Where the application reaches the target number, further applications will not be accepted.

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