In a recent turn of events, the minimum Saskatchewan points for the candidates who are interested has gone higher from 74 to 78 points, which marks a significant difference of four points. Two draws were held in Saskatchewan, and the draws were held through skilled occupations that are In-demand category and entry that is express category which resulted to issuing of a sum of 150 invitations from the many interested candidates in the Saskatchewan province.
Usually, the Saskatchewan Nominee Program for immigrants uses a special kind of a grid that uses points to make a ranking for candidates that have expressed interest and is referred to unique Expression of Interest. This method has been found the most suitable to rank candidates in Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand sub-categories. The unique ranking system provides for a breakdown of nomination draws that enhance its effectiveness.
Below we look at the break down for the provincial draws that were held on August 15 in Saskatchewan.
45 Express Entry
105 Occupations In-Demand
Candidates were required to have a minimum Saskatchewan Expression of Interest score of 78. During the draw, the participating candidates receive a score that is market out of 100 depending on various factors that include their education, their ability to communicate in English and French, the skills they possess and their work experience and the connection they have with Saskatchewan. Candidates who emerge with the highest scores in both sub-categories during the draw are invited through the regular draws that are held from the pool.