385 Invitations Issued in the Latest PNP Draw Held by Saskatchewan
01/09/2021

Good News for 385 Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Applicants.
The province of Saskatchewan issued 385 invitations in the latest SINP draw

Online PR News – 09-January-2021 – Delhi – New Year brings the latest SINP draw on January 7, 2021, inviting 385 invitations to the candidates who are interested in settling in the province of Saskatchewan on a permanent basis. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program invited deserving candidates from the International skilled worker stream via two subcategories such as Express entry and Occupation in demand.

Out of the total 385 invitations issued in the latest SINP draw held on January 7, 2021, 148 went to the candidates who submitted their application under the express entry category of SINP and the remaining 237 invitations went to the candidates who submitted their application under the Occupation-in-demand category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. The Minimum scores of the lowest-ranked candidate was 71 for both the sub-categories of the International skilled worker program of SINP. It means that the candidate is required to have a score of 71 or more in the Saskatchewan Points assessment grid in order to receive an invitation.

In order to be invited in the latest SINP draw, no matter the categories, be it express entry or occupation-in-demand, candidates need to submit expression of Interest (EOI) profiles through SINP. Regardless of the categories, the candidate needed an EOI score of at least 71, which is comparatively lower than the previous cut-offs. Also, there are certain NOC’s which were included in the list. Invited candidates had educational credential assessments in the invited NOC codes.

Well, the express entry category of ISW (International Skilled Worker) category is for the individuals who have a valid profile in the Federal express entry. On getting an invitation via taking this pathway, a candidate will automatically be awarded with 600 additional points towards their CRS that will further amp your chances of becoming Canada’s permanent resident.

On the other hand, occupation-in-demand category of ISW category demands valid work experience in the occupations that are facing labour shortages in the province of Saskatchewan. So, choosing the right immigration subcategory depends solely upon you. For further information, you can contact the best immigration consultants!

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