Minimum required cut off score rises six points from 68 to 72 in new Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand draws.
Saskatchewan held draws for Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand candidates on July 24, just over a month since the previous draw on June 20.
A total of 381 invitations were issued: 277 to candidates with an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile in the province’s Occupation in Demand category, and another 104 to those with an EOI profile in the Express Entry Sub-category. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program or SINP assesses the eligibility of skilled workers for these immigration sub-categories on a points basis.
Candidates are required to score at least 60 points for factors such as education, work experience and proficiency in English or French, among others, in order to be eligible. They must also have work experience in one of 19 occupations listed as in-demand in Saskatchewan.
The SINP’s Express Entry sub-category is linked to the federal Express Entry stream, which is Canada’s main pathway to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers. In order to be considered for a nomination from Saskatchewan, Express Entry candidates must register a separate EOI profile with the SINP. The score awarded under the SINP’s International Skilled Worker category is different from the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score that determines a candidate’s in the Express Entry pool.
So far in 2019, the SINP has issued 1,004 invitations to Express Entry candidates and 1,473 to Occupation In-Demand candidates.
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