Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program is the best and easiest route for international students to get permanent residency in Canada.
Obtaining permanent residency status in Canada is a hunting dream of many people around the world; especially the international students who are living in Canada are very eager to get this status. But getting it is not an easy task as you have to go through various processes and screenings. And, only the top students in final scores could make it.
Then what to do?
I am going to guide you along with the easiest way for obtaining permanent residency status in Canada here in this article.
While applying for permanent resident status the most critical hurdles are low IELTS score and a job offer. But when you go through Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program you don’t have to worry about these hurdles. How? Here I am going to show you how.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program
If you apply for permanent residency through this program then there are much more chances that you will obtain it finally.
When you check the details of this program closely – you will find a category Occupation in Demand and that’s the catch. Apply through this category only. They have clearly stated that no job offer needed for this sub category but you must be a highly skilled professional for the occupation you choose through the list given under it.
Let me tell you the favorable features of applying through this category:
- No Job Offer Needed
- Just have to show work experience in your selected occupation
- You need to score 60 at least in order to qualify
- Low cut off score for IELTS
- French Language Proficiency (Optional for IELTS)
- Quick Processing Time
You must obtain at least 60 out of 100 points in order to get qualified. They reward points as per these factors:
- Your Educational background and Training
- Proficiency in your chosen skill and respective work experience
- Language Proficiency
- Adaptability as well as knowledge or local labor market
Who Can’t Apply
You can’t apply for nomination through this program for permanent residency if:
- You have also applied for refugee status from Federal Government.
- You don’t submit your documents in time.
- You don’t prove that you are truly willing to work in province.
- You intentionally represented yourself wrongfully.