The Saskatchewan province, under its International Skilled Worker immigration program, issued a total of 247 invitations for the Express Entry program. The Provincial nominations to this category took place on November 23, 2018.
On another token, additional 267 nomination slots under the province’s Occupation In-Demand sub-class. Applicants needed a minimum 0f 64 marks in the ranking score.
Under the International Skilled Worker program, the lowest rank candidate had a minimum of 63 in the November 23rd draw.
People who are lucky to complete an application successfully, and get provincial approval under the Express Entry category automatically gain additional 600 points that add to their Express Entry Ranking Marks. With such a status, the Government of Canada grants the nominee an invitation to apply for a permanent Canadian residence in the ensuing Express Entry intake process. That implies that; with a minimum ranking score of 64, a successful candidate whose application goes through is added an extra 600 marks, taking their tally to 664. That’s when they can embark on a subsequent Express Entry application.
The Saskatchewan Express Entry platform takes care of nominations under the Canadian federal employment categories. They include:
- Federal Skilled Employee Class
- Federal Skilled Trades Category; and
- Canadian Experience