The Express Entry Sub-category
The final invitation round in Saskatchewan saw 138 candidates receiving invitations. Each one of these candidates had their profiles feature in the federal Express Entry pool.
The federal Express Entry is a system that manages candidate pools from three main economic-class immigration programs. Candidates can apply through the Federal Skilled Trades Program, the Federal Skilled Worker Program, or the Canadian Experience Class.
A candidate who applies through the Express Entry system and receives Saskatchewan’s provincial nomination is awarded 600 additional points. This significantly boosts their SRS score and a direct ticket to permanent residence because the Comprehended Ranking System’s cut off is 470 points.
All is required if them is a submission of applications to the subsequent federal Express Entry draw. This also applies to any candidate who applies for any other province’s nominee program. As long as it’s aligned with an Express Entry draw, the candidate is assured of permanent residence.
Occupations In-Demand sub-category
In case a candidate does not have a federal Express Entry profile, they’re welcome to apply through the Occupations-In Demand sub-category. Occupations with labour shortage in Saskatchewan province use this sub-category to get talented immigrant workers.
The Occupations In-demand sent out a total of 426 invitations to candidates for provincial nominations.
This final provincial nominee program in Saskatchewan province wraps up all immigration workers activities for 2020. The province’s administration hopes to invite even more immigrant workers come 2021.