The SINP (Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program) has two main categories for sending invites to immigration workers. All International Skilled Workers who got permanent residence in Canada this year get in through the Express Entry, as well as the Occupational In-Demand draws.

SINP sent out a total of 564 innovations to immigration workers. Each candidate is required to have work experience in their respective occupations. The Express Entry draw was responsible for 138 of the 564 invites sent, and the Occupations In-Demand sub-category took care of the remaining 426 innovations.

Requirements for Immigrant Workers

In order for a candidate to be invited through any of the two draws, they need to fulfill certain requirements. This is what makes the selection process seamless and fair.

You need to have submitted your EOI (Expression of Interest) profile through the sub-category you want to apply through. The SINP uses these submissions to vet potential candidates and decide who is eligible for the draws.

The SINP uses an EOI score system to help shortlist candidates at the provincial level. At this level, the cut off is 74 points. There is a separate cut-off got candidates being vetted using the Comprehensive Ranking System.

Aside from the EOI score, the SINP also uses candidates’ educational backgrounds as an assessment tool. If you attain 74 EOI points and pass the Educational Credential Assessment, you are one step closer to being a permanent Canadian resident.

What seals the deal is your work experience. There are 86 occupations within Canada with slots allocated for immigrant workers. If you have reliable work experience in one of these occupations, you’re good to go.

How SINP’s EOI System Works

The EOI system’s main purpose is to help SINP select candidates who exhibit the potential for success. Canada’s regional labour market requires talented workers to boost uptime. Every candidate has to demonstrate their commitment to building a life in Saskatchewan.

SINP looks at candidates’ age, work experience, language ability, education, and connections to the province before making selections. These five factors help in making informed decisions as they determine a candidate’s potential.

The EOI system uses these same factors to rate each candidate out of 100. The system uses the ISWPAG (International Skilled Worker Points Assessment Grid) to grade candidates. High-scoring candidates can apply for Saskatchewan’s provincial nominations.

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