If you are planning to apply for Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) you need to first find out the way, how you can apply to SINP, Saskatchewan immigration nomination program is a province nomination program, managed by the province of Saskatchewan in an agreement with federal government. Below are the two ways to apply for SINP from India.
The SINP is only one of the steps toward becoming a permanent resident in Saskatchewan. All applicants must also apply for residency through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Canadian Immigration Commission.
Most of the people have this question whether we can apply for Saskatchewan PNP without offer letter or not? And the answer is yes, everyone can apply for SINP, the only this occupation should fall under Saskatchewan occupation list.
The average processing time for each application is 4 to 5 months. The following is the list of applicable skills currently in-demand in Saskatchewan. Depend on the profile like age, experience, education etc. before you apply you need to make sure that the documentation is accurate and complete otherwise it can cause delay in the application process for Saskatchewan PNP.
Step 1 – Required Documents- First of all gather all relevant documents and submit them online along with complete federal and provincial forms.
Step 2 – EOI (Expression of Interest) – The SINP has a slightly different application criterion than other PNPs. It requires that you apply for immigration to Saskatchewan through SINP Apply Online. As with the federal Express Entry program, the applicant must create a profile and fill out the online application form. They must also provide PDFs of their relevant documents and send me across to SINP authorities along with their online application.
Step 3 – Fee Payment of Government – once the Applicant gets invitation to apply (ITA) he or she must save the profile and pay the processing fees if they are applying through the Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand subcategories.
Step 4 – Medical Examination – medical examination has be done by the candidate as per the IRCC instructions on medical examinations. They may also ask for more documentation. In some cases, candidate has to attend an interview if they are the not satisfy with the documentation process find something fishy in your documents.
Step 5 – Issuance of SINP visa – once you meet all the requirements of SINP, IRCC will issue permanent residence visas for you and your accompanying family members for the province.
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