Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Express entry
Saskatchewan has friendly communities, a reasonable living cost, plenty of jobs, and more sunshine each year than any other Canadian province. Saskatchewan is a province in the center of Canada that has a prospering economy and an extremely popular destination for new Canadians to settle. The easiest way to immigrate to Saskatchewan is with a provincial nomination within the Express Entry system.
SINP Express Entry
The SINP allows the province to nominate the candidates to immigrate to Canada by the federal government who has required education, work experience and the skills that have huge demand locally. Foreign nationals who want to immigrate to Saskatchewan through the SNIP have two different ways.
- Directly applying the Saskatchewan Provincial Immigration Program (PNP) by sending the program an Expression of Interest (EOI). If the candidate gets nominated, he or she then create a new profile in the Express Entry system and import his or her credentials into the system
- The other way is to begin the immigration process by creating a new Express Entry profile and formally indicating an interest in the province. Immigration Saskatchewan then selects the interested candidates and invite them to apply to the SINP. Once nominated, the candidate’s Express Entry profile will immediately be credited with the Saskatchewan nomination certificate, giving him or her an additional 600 points under the ranking system. The candidate can then receive an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residency in Canada during the next Express Entry draw.
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