Saskatchewan issues invitations to 533 immigration candidates in its biggest PNP draw since February.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program held this draw on August 14, inviting candidates from the International Skilled Worker category through two of the sub-categories – Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand.
In order to be invited for this SINP draw, candidates from both the sub-categories were required to have submitted Expression of Interest profiles (EOI) with the SINP.
SINP uses five factors (work experience, language ability, age, education, and connections to province) to assess the candidates and provide them a score out of 100 on the International Skilled Worker Points Assessment Grid.
In this draw, the minimum cut-off score required for the candidates to be eligible was 69 for both sub-categories.
Apart from your education, age, experience and language ability, If you have a family or relative in Saskatchewan, if you have studied or worked in Saskatchewan, or if you know someone who is willing to offer a job to you in Saskatchewan, you can easily qualify.
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