As we all know the COVID-19 pandemic has hit the restrictions on travel since March, there Saskatchewan holds the largest draw for the immigrants.
Another 502 immigrants are close enough to get permanent residence after Saskatchewan had completed the invitation round on July 29. The Provincial Nominee Program of Saskatchewan has invited immigrant candidates from categories like skilled workers through Express Entry and Occupations In-demand. The international skilled workers who want to be invited in this SPNP draw needs to submit the Expression of Interest profiles with the SINP.
The EOI system is to select candidates that have potential in the province and they need to demonstrate how and why they are looking forward to building a life in Saskatchewan. To show the commitment they need to show their work experience, education, age, and if any connections on the province.
The minimum score needed to achieve for the draw by July 29 was 70 and the SNIP uses the above factors including language ability to assess and give them a score out of 100. Candidates who score above 70 would be given an invite to apply for SPNP.
For more information about the Saskatchewan PNP draw, feel free to get in touch with us.