Canada, 6th November: Canadian province Saskatchewan has reopened its ‘International Skilled Worker—Express Entry’ scheme.
The immigration stream will be accepting a maximum of 500 further applications.
Saskatchewan reopens International Skilled Worker Express Entry—Saskatchewan has reopened its ‘International Skilled Worker—Express Entry’. It is a sub-category of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).
This immigration stream will accept a maximum of 500 further applications, it has been revealed.
<blockquote> Saskatchewan has announced reopening of ‘International Skilled Worker—Express Entry’. </blockquote>
If your application gets nomination under this stream, then you will get 600 points under CRS(Comprehensive Ranking System). In addition, an Invitation to Apply will be provided to you at a subsequent draw.
Good opportunity for becoming Canada permanent resident—Do you want to become a Canada permanent resident? Then this immigration stream is a best bet for you. Yes, you and your family members will be provided Canada permanent residency if your application gets selected.
The government has claimed that the applications shall be processed within a period of six months after its submission at the federal stage.
So, once the applicant gets selected by Saskatchewan from the pool of federal Express Entry, you need to be eligible for any of the following Canada economic immigration programs listed below—
- Federal Skilled Trades Program
- Federal Skilled Worker Program
- Canada Experience Class
Moreover, you must need to get not less than 60 points on the SINP point assessment grid.
Which are the factors of selection and their respective points under SINP?—Let us see the various factors and their respective points for getting selected under the SINP below—
- Education and training—Maximum points 23
- Language ability—Maximum points 20
- Work Experience—Maximum points 15
- Age—Maximum points 12
- Connection to Saskatchewan labor market and adaptability—Maximum points 30
- Total pass marks—60 points
20 points are awarded for any applicant who has a close relative in Saskatchewan. However, the relative needs to be a Canada permanent resident or a Canadian citizen living in Saskatchewan. It can be a parent, grandparent, uncle, aunt, sibling, nephew, niece, cousin and step family members or any in-laws of the same relationships.
Having a previous work experience in Saskatchewan will give you 5 points. Meanwhile, the applicant must have worked in Saskatchewan for not less than twelve 12 in the last five years period on a valid work permit.
5 points will be offered for having a previous student experience in Saskatchewan. One must have studied at any recognized Saskatchewan education institute for not less than one full time year on a valid study permit.