Saskatchewan held new PNP draw on November 19, 2020 and invited 551 candidates who applied under the express entry and occupation-in-demand
Online PR News – 22-November-2020 – New Delhi – Saskatchewan, the beautiful province of Saskatchewan on November 19, 2020, held its latest draw as per which it issued 551 invitations to the candidates who applied under the two streams of SINP such as Express entry and Occupations-in-demand. The express entry and occupation-in-demand are the subcategories of the International skilled worker category of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).
It is the second PNP draw that took place in the month of November. The previous one was held on November 3, 2020. Out of the total 551 invitations, 214 invitations were issued to the candidates who applied under the SINP Express entry category and the remaining 337 were sent to the candidates who applied under the SINP occupation-in-demand category of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. A total of 75 occupations NOC codes were targeted in each of the subcategories of International skilled worker such as Express entry and occupations-in-demand.
In order to receive an invitation in both the subcategories of the International Skilled worker category of SINP, a candidate needs to submit their EOI (Expression of Interest) profiles. The candidates are required to have a score of 78 in order to receive an invitation under the SINP express entry stream and 80 under the SINP occupation-in-demand stream.
The candidates who applied for and received a nomination under the express entry category of SINP are awarded with 600 additional points that will further guarantee an invitation to apply for Canada’s Permanent Residence.
The express entry is open to the immigration candidates who have a valid express entry profile in the Federal Express entry pool. On the other hand, the occupations-in-demand category is open to the candidates who do not have a Federal express entry profile, but have relevant work experience in the occupations that are facing acute labour shortage in the province of Saskatchewan.
For more Canada Immigration News please visit at: https://www.aptechvisa.com/canada-immigration-news