If you want to get a provincial nomination, you need to get 600 points towards a CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) and more. The score that you get will guarantee that you get an invitation to apply for permanent residence in Canada for the following round.

In order to get a nomination from the SINP, you do not have to have a job offer in place, unlike other places that do require this. You are however required to have relevant work experience. The experience that they have should be in line with the field that they studied for.

A draw held in October 2017 issued invitations to candidates with the relevant work experience in the following sectors – NOC stands for the National Occupational Classification Code.

  • Wholesale and Retail trade managers (NOC 0621)
  • Food and Restaurant service managers (NOC 0631)
  • Construction managers (NOC 0711)
  • Managers in agriculture (NOC 0821)
  • Other types of financial officers (NOC 1114)
  • Bookkeepers and accounting technicians(NOC 1311)
  • Information systems consultants and consultants (NOC 2171)
  • Community and social service workers (NOC 4212)
  • Early childhood assistants and educators and (NOC 4214)
  • Technical sales specialists – in wholesale trade (NOC 6221)
  • Heavy-duty mechanics (NOC 7312)
  • Automotive service technicians, bus and truck mechanics etc (NOC 7321)

Candidates’ end score depends on a number of things such as education, age, proficiency in French or English, work experience, any connections they have to Saskatchewan, and others. The more experience you have and the higher your level of education, the higher your score will be. According to the SINP, a candidate’s occupation and EOI score were the two main factors that decided who was eligible to apply for a nomination.

The fact that there are so many immigrants coming into Saskatchewan from all over the world is why the country has such a fast-growing economy and population. This is why there are over 200 occupations available to apply for now in certain categories.

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