Saskatchewan invites 525 Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand candidates

November 14, 2019BY Sanjay ( 0 ) Comment

Saskatchewan invites 525 Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand candidates

Saskatchewan invited 525 skilled workers to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence from Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand draw on November 12, 2019.

The SINP’s express Entry sub-category is connected to the federal express Entry system, that manages the pool of candidates for Canada’s 3 Federal High skilled immigration classes —

the Federal skilled worker class,

Federal skilled Trades category and

Canadian experience category.

The Occupation In-Demand sub-category is open to immigration candidates who don’t have a specific Entry profile.

Out of 525 a total of 303 Express Entry candidates were invited to apply in the November 12 draw.

Express Entry candidates with a provincial nomination receive an additional 600 points toward their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. Given that most federal draws require CRS scores over 400, a provincial nomination practically guarantees an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.

The Occupation In-Demand sub-category is open to immigration candidates who don’t have an express Entry profile.

In this selection round, 222 Occupation In-Demand candidates were invited to apply for a nomination for Canadian permanent residence.

The SINP’s express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-categories are common because they do not need a job offer in Saskatchewan or previous Canadian work experience.

Both sub-categories need one year of work experience in an eligible skilled occupation that’s associated with their field of study, among alternative criteria.

More than 5,200 invites since september 25

The SINP has now issued 5,229 invites to candidates in both sub-categories over the course of 12 invite rounds since september 25.

These draws have followed the SINP’s move faraway from a restricted In-Demand Occupations List to an Excluded Occupations List that expanded the amount of eligible occupations for both sub-categories from 19 to over 200.

The 12 draws held since this modification have targeted candidates in a wide variety of eligible occupations.

The november 12 draw issued invites to candidates in 94 occupations like human resource managers, database analysts and administrators, drafting technologists and technicians, and power engineers and power systems operators.

Expression of Interest

The SINP has now issued 5,229 invites to candidates in both sub-categories over the course of 12 invite rounds since september 25.

These draws have followed the SINP’s move faraway from a restricted In-Demand Occupations List to an Excluded Occupations List that expanded the amount of eligible occupations for both sub-categories from 19 to over 200.

The 12 draws held since this modification have targeted candidates in a wide variety of eligible occupations.

The november 12 draw issued invites to candidates in 94 occupations like human resource managers, database analysts and administrators, drafting technologists and technicians, and power engineers and power systems operators.

Expression of Interest

In order to be considered for a provincial nomination from Saskatchewan through either sub-category, candidates should first register an Expression of Interest (EOI) with the SINP.

Eligible EOI profiles for both sub-categories are awarded a score out of 100 based on the SINP’s International skilled worker Points Assessment Grid, that considers factors like age, education, skilled work experience, proficiency in English or French and connections to Saskatchewan.

This score determines a candidate’s rank in the EOI pool and the highest-scoring candidates are issued an invitation to apply through regular draws conducted by the SINP.

All eligible express Entry and Occupation In-Demand candidates with a score of 69 points or higher were invited to apply within the Nov 12 draws. Invited candidates required to own academic certification assessments for degrees and diplomas obtained outside of canada.

Saskatchewan says it build occupation-specific selections “so that nominees with positive employment prospects in Saskatchewan are selected and applications don’t exceed employment demand.”

In these cases, only candidates with occupations chosen by the SINP are invited to use for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence.

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