There are two draws of Saskatchewan conducted in the shortest gap. The latest draw of Jan 13 invited 234 candidates.
On Jan 13, the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) invited 234 candidates under Express Entry Program and Occupation in-demand stream. The previous draw was only a few days before; thus, it was the shortest gap between two consecutive draws of Saskatchewan. Further, the province had sent a large number of invites.
The minimums selection score for both the Express Entry program and occupation in demand was 69 points. Saskatchewan has its eligibility grid in which the points are calculated out of 100. The point score takes into consideration the following parameters: work experience, education, language, age, and connection to the province.
👉 The key highlights of the Latest Saskatchewan Draw - Jan 13
The provincial score chose the same for both the categories, i.e., 69. There was a total of 65 occupations in which the selection was made in the latest draw. Occupations include professions like Financial managers, Human resource managers, and University professors. Those candidates who are selected for provincial nomination are eligible for 600 extra points in the Extra entry system.
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