Its amazing news for aspiring Saskatchewan’s invitee as the prominent province has conducted another major draw on the 24th of October, 2019. Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand candidates invited on October 24 had a minimum score of 69. This draw targeted both it’s Express Entry and the Occupation In-Demand subcategories and witnessed 922 invitations to apply to qualified foreign skilled workers.
In this draw, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program selections did not require an immigrant’s acquisition of a job offer in Saskatchewan or Canadian work experience. The SINP is directly connected to the Express Entry platform which is in charge of selecting candidates fit to be welcomed to Canada based on the core human factors of age, level of education, work experience, and language proficiency. For applicants who do not have an Express Entry profile, Saskatchewan has devised the inception of the Occupation-In-Demand stream which takes in immigrants with experience in the occupations needed in the provinces’ labor market.
The first step for consideration is the creation of the Expression of Interest profile in which a candidate must first show his or her interest in wanting to belong to the province. By so doing, Saskatchewan ranks each candidate based on the four core human factors adding connections to Saskatchewan as a major criterion for selection. With over 922 invitations issued in the last Saskatchewan draw, one can deduce that Canada is steadily focused on adhering to its promise of inviting over one million immigrants in the next three years.
If you desire to join the pools to qualify for a draw then fill out our eligibility assessment form on http://canada.palsconcierge.com/. For further information regarding the procedures for applying for Canadian Permanent Residence or top-notch guide towards a successful Canada visa application, visit us at our office address: http://bit.ly/Pals_office_address Reach us via Call: on 08188877224 or 09080000589 (serious inquiries only)