Saskatchewan had yet another magnanimous draw in which 576 candidates got selected in both Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand categories. The latest Draw was announced on 27 Feb 2020.
The Province of Saskatchewan invited 576 candidates in the Express entry and occupation in-demand categories on 27 Feb. 2020. These candidates are eligible under the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP). To be selected in the SINP the candidates should have submitted an Expression of Interest (EOI).
The Expression of Interest ( EOI) model invites candidates who have the potential to thrive in the Saskatchewan province. The candidates who create their EOI profile their abilities are calculated based on work experience, age, language ability, and age. The points under the SINP assessment grid are calculated out of 100. The highest-scoring candidates are selected, and they are issued an ITA for a provincial nomination.
The minimum score required in the latest Saskatchewan provincial draw in both the categories was 60. Further, there is no job offer letter requirement for selection, but at least one year of work experience is mandatory pre-requisite.
Key Highlights of the Saskatchewan Province Draw
Saskatchewan's express entry subcategory is aligned with the federal express entry system, and the three economic subcategories are the Federal Skilled Workers Program, the Federal Skilled Trader's Program, and the Canadian Experience Class. The minimum score requirement for selection was set at 69 points in the SINP points assessment grid. For the Occupation in-demand subcategory as well, the minimum score requirement was the same 69, and this sib category was open to those candidates who didn’t have any express entry profile.
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