The government of the Saskatchewan province of Canada has been quite busy with the consideration of the labor market needs as its drive in its selection process of international skilled workers. This in return has prompted the change, reviews, addition, and subtraction of its various occupations listed on its In-Demand list so that nominees with positive employment prospects in the Saskatchewan economy are selected and nominations do not exceed employment demand.
The Expression of Interest draw which was conducted on June 20, 2019, experienced Saskatchewan opening its borders to international skilled immigrants in both the Express Entry and Occupations-in-Demand category. Below is the EOI Selection Results:
|The score of Lowest Ranked Candidate||68||68|
|Total candidates invited||211||268|
New Occupations Added and Considered:
Accounting technicians, Architectural technologists and technicians, Bakers, Paramedical occupations, and Medical Lab technicians.
However, the following occupations have been removed from the SINP In-Demand Occupation List: Engineering Managers; Manufacturing Managers; Utilities Managers; Civil Engineers; Computer Engineers; Software Engineers and Designers; Web Designers and Developers; Landscape and Horticulture Technicians and Specialists; Electronic Service Technicians (household and business equipment); Economists and Economic Policy Researchers and Analysts; Agricultural Representatives, Consultants and Specialists; and Medical Sonographers.
The size and frequency of EOI Selections will be determined by the needs of the SINP application inventory. To begin with, selections will take place on a monthly basis, at a minimum. The dates of the selections will not be posted. For more information on how the Expression of Interest submission and selection for Express Entry and Occupation-in-Demand category works, contact Pals Concierge.
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