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SNIP – Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Immigration Program

Saskatchewan is a province in the very center of Canada that has a booming economy thanks to an abundance of minerals, oil, natural gas, and potash. With friendly communities, a reasonable cost of living, plenty of jobs, and more sunshine each year than any other Canadian province, Saskatchewan is an extremely popular destination for new Canadians to settle.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program 2018 Categories:

The International Skilled Worker Category

SINP International Skilled Worker Sub-Categories

Employment Offer Stream
The Employment Offer Sub-Category of the PNP Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker category is for skilled workers with a job offer from a qualified employer in the province. In order to be eligible for this Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program stream, applicants must meet several requirements.

You must have at least 1 year of work experience in your intended occupation in the last 10 years You must possess suitable language abilities demonstrated by a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 You must score 60 points or greater, out of 100, on the SINP points grid shown below You must provide proof of license eligibility under appropriate Saskatchewan regulatory body if your intended occupation is a regulated profess or compulsory apprenticeship trade You must provide a valid Saskatchewan Nominee Program Job Approval Letter proving that you have been offered a permanent, full-tie job in the province in a designated trade or in an occupation classified as National Occupational Classification (NOC) level A, B, or 0. Please see our NOC chart below that lists in-demand occupations for Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program point assessment grid:
Connection to Saskatchewan and adaptability - 30 points maximum Education and training - 23 points maximum Work experience - 15 points maximum Age - 12 points maximum Language ability - 20 points maximum
The largest section of the SINP points grid is the Saskatchewan connection. Having a close relative, such as a sibling, aunt, uncle, parent, niece, nephew, or cousin, that lives in Saskatchewan and is a permanent resident or citizen of Canada is worth 20 points. Previous experience studying at a recognized education institution in Saskatchewan is worth 5 points. Previous experience working in Saskatchewan for a minimum of one year is also worth 5 points.

Occupations In-Demand Stream
The Occupations In-Demand Sub-Category of the PNP Saskatchewan Skilled Worker category is for skilled workers who do not have a job offer in the province but who are highly skilled in an in-demand occupation. In order to apply for this SINP stream, there are a variety of requirements that must be met by the applicant.

You must have one or more years of work experience in the past ten years that relates to your field of training or education and is in a high skilled occupation classified as NOC Matrix level "0", "A", or "B". This occupation must also be considered "in-demand" by Immigration Saskatchewan. You must have a language score of CLB 4 or greater You must have a Saskatchewan Nominee Program points score or 60 or higher, as calculated under the SINP point grid detailed above You must have completed at least 12 months of training, apprenticeship, or post-secondary education that resulted in a degree, certificate, or diploma and is comparable to the equivalent Canadian education You must have an adequate settlement plan as well as proof of sufficient settlement funds If your occupation is regulated in Saskatchewan and requires mandatory licensing, you must provide proof of eligibility under the local regulatory body
Saskatchewan Express Entry Stream
The Express Entry Sub-Category of the SINP International Skilled Worker Category is for skilled workers that are in the candidate pool of Citizenship and Immigration Canada's Express Entry system. There are a number of requirements that must be satisfied in order for an potential immigrant to be eligible for this Saskatchewan PNP stream.

You must be accepted into the CIC Express Entry pool and have a profile number as well as a job seeker validation code. Your Canadian Express Entry profile must also be up-to-date and accurate. You must have completed education or training at a post-secondary level for at least one year that lead to a diploma, certificate, degree, or verifiable equivalent You must have a score of 60/100 points or higher under the PNP Saskatchewan assessment grid shown above You must have an acceptable level of work experience in your field. For a skilled profession outside of the trades, the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program requires a minimum of 12 months of work experience in the past 10 years. For skilled trades, you must have two years of work experience in your designated skilled trade within the past 5 years. The work experience prerequisite can be met for trades and non-trades persons if they have 12 months of skilled work experience in Canada provided it is in a high skilled occupation classified as NOC "A", "B", or "0" that is considered in-demand in the Province of Saskatchewan. If your occupation requires you to be licensed by a special regulatory body, you must also provide proof of licensing eligibility to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. You must prove the language level declared in your Saskatchewan Express Entry profile with valid language test results from a recognized testing agency You must have sufficient funds for settlement as well as a realistic settlement plan as determined by Immigration Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan In-Demand Occupations

The following occupations are considered "in demand" by the Saskatchewan Nominee Program. Applicants whose occupation is classified under a different National Occupational Classification (NOC) than the ones listed below will not be eligible under certain "high demand skilled work" SINP streams.

Oil and Gas Drillers / Servicers / Testers or related workers (NOC 8232, skill level B) Carpenters (NOC 7271, skill level B) Steamfitters / Pipefitters / Sprinkler System Installers (NOC 7252, skill level B) Roofers / Shinglers (NOC 7291, skill level B) University Professors (NOC 4121, skill level A) Industrial Electricians (NOC 7242, skill level B) Plumbers (NOC 7251, skill level B) Bricklayers (NOC 7281, skill level B) Electricians, excluding industrial and power system professionals (NOC 7241, skill level B) Concrete Finishers (NOC 7282, skill level B) Supervisors / Motor Transport and other Ground Transit Operators (NOC 7222, skill level B) Computer Network Technicians (NOC 2281, skill level B) Business Development Officers / Marketing Researchers / Consultants (NOC 4163, skill level A) Chemical Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2211, skill level B) Construction Estimators (NOC 2234, skill level B) Plasterers / Drywall Installers / Finishers / Lathers (NOC 7284, skill level B) User Support Technicians (NOC 2282, skill level B) Agricultural Service Contractors / Farm Supervisors / Specialized Livestock Workers (NOC 8252, skill level B) Painters / Decorators (NOC 7294, skill level B) Construction Managers (NOC 0711, skill level 0) Refrigeration / Air Conditioning Mechanics (NOC 7313, skill level B) Machinists / Machining / Tooling inspectors (NOC 7231, skill level B) Biological Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2221, skill level B) Information Systems Analysts / Consultants (NOC 2171, skill level A) Sheet Metal Workers (NOC 7233, skill level B) Electrical or Electronics Engineering Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2241, skill level B) Civil Engineers (NOC 2131, skill level A) Glaziers (NOC 7292, skill level B) Electronic Service Technicians of business or household equipment (NOC 2242, skill level B) Tool or Die Makers (NOC 7232, skill level B) Mathematicians / Statisticians / Consultants (NOC 2161, skill level A) Insulators (NOC 7293, skill level B) Drafting Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2253, skill level B) Tilesetters (NOC 7283, skill level B) Computer Programmers / Interactive Media Developers (NOC 2174, skill level A) Heavy-duty Equipment Mechanics (NOC 7312, skill level B) Construction Millwrights / Industrial Mechanics, excluding textile (NOC 7311, skill level B) Motor Vehicle Body Repairers (NOC 7322, skill level B) Structural Metal / Platework Fabricators or Fitters (NOC 7235, skill level B) Automotive Service Technicians / Truck and Bus Mechanics / Mechanical Repairers (NOC 7321, skill level B) Land Survey Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2254, skill level B) Financial Auditors / Accountants (NOC 1111, skill level A) Mechanical Engineering Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2232, skill level B) Electrical / Electronics Engineers (NOC 2133, skill level A) Systems Testing Technicians (NOC 2283, skill level B) Supervisors, Petroleum / Gas / Chemical Processing / Utilities (NOC 9212, skill level B Floor Covering Installers (NOC 7295, skill level B) Supervisors, Motor Transport (NOC 7305, skill level B) Mechanical Engineers (NOC 2132, skill level A) Contractors and Supervisors, carpentry trades (NOC 7215, skill level B) Telecommunications Installation / Repair Workers (NOC 7246, skill level B) Technical Sales Specialists or Wholesale Trade (NOC 6221, skill level A) Welders / Related Machine Operators (NOC 7237, skill level B) Contractors / Supervisors and other construction trades, installers, repairers, and servicers (NOC 7219, skill level B) Software Engineers / Designers (NOC 2173, skill level A) Machine Fitters (NOC 7316, skill level B) Inspectors of Agricultural and Fish Products (NOC 2222, skill level B) Contractors / Supervisors / Heavy Construction Equipment Crews (NOC 7217, skill level B) Supervisors, Food / Beverage / Tobacco Processing (NOC 9213, skill level B) Contractors / Supervisors / Heavy Equipment Operator Crews (NOC 7302, skill level B)

PNP Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Program

The SINP Entrepreneur stream is for prospective immigrants who would like to invest their time and money into a Saskatchewan business. The category offers foreign nationals and their families the opportunity to acquire or establish a business in the province and actively operate it. To participate in the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program Entrepreneur category, the following requirements must be met.

Must have a legally obtained, fully verifiable net worth of $500,000 Canadian Dollars (CAD) or more Must have at least three years of relevant business management or entrepreneurial experience
Once an applicant has been approved to participate in the Saskatchewan Nominee Program Entrepreneur category, they must satisfy a number of requirements before they can earn a nomination from the province towards Canadian permanent residency.

Nomination requirements:
Must invest $300,000 CAD or more in Regina or Saskatoon business, or $200,000 CAD or more in any other Saskatchewan community Must create a business that aligns with the Points Grid of the SINP Entrepreneur category Must own and control at least 33.3% of the equity of a Saskatchewan business unless a minimum of $1 million has been invested, in which case a lower equity stake is acceptable Must be actively involved in the day to day operation and management of the enterprise If the business is located in Saskatoon or Regina, must create two new jobs in Saskatchewan for unrelated Canadian citizens or permanent residents

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