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Welcome to the official website of COMSYS-2020, Organised by Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College , to be held from 13th to 15th January, 2020. Last date for full paper submission : Sep 16, 2020 (Closed)

Accepted Papers

About Conference

The International Conference on Frontiers in Computing and Systems (COMSYS-2020) will be held from January 13-15, 2020 at Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College, West Bengal, India, organized by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering. The main objective of COMSYS is to present the latest research and results of scientists related to Machine learning, Computational Intelligence Track, VLSI, Networks and Systems Track, Computational Biology Track, Security Track topics. This conference provides opportunities for the different areas delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations. We hope that the conference results constituted significant contribution to the knowledge in these up to date scientific field. The organizing committee of conference is pleased to invite all enthusiasts all over the world to participate in COMSYS-2020.

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission July 31, 2020
Aug 31, 2020
Sep 16, 2020(Closed)
Acceptance Notification Oct. 15, 2020
Nov. 15, 2020
Camera-ready Submission Nov. 30, 2020
Registration Deadline Nov. 30, 2020
Turorials Jan 13, 2020
Main Sessions Jan 14 and Jan 15, 2020

Tracks of COMSYS 2020

  • Computational Intelligence Track

Pattern Recognition, AI and Machine Learning, Soft Computing, Image,video and text Processing, Big Data, Data Science, Social Network Analysis,Data Mining, Optimization techniques, NLP, Digital Topology and Geometry.

VLSI, Networks and Systems Track

Embedded Systems, VLSI, Quantum Computing, Electronic System Design, Synthesis and Testing, IoT and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), Ad-hoc and sensor networks, Cognitive networking, Data centre and cloud networking, Energy-efficient networking & smart grids, Mobile Computing and networking, Network security & privacy.

Computational Biology Track

Bioinformatics, Biomedical Image Analysis, Bioimage Informatics and Computational Drug Design .

Theoretical, practical, and industry-related aspects with contributions in various areas including security models, cryptographic primitives, cryptographic protocols, cryptanalysis,hardware and software implementation aspects, DNA Cryptography, and Ethical Hacking.

Иммиграционная программа Саскачеван

Иммиграционная программа Саскачеван — Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) одна из иммиграционных пракрамм Канады, была разработана правительством провинции Саскачеван, с целью привлечения и отбора наиболее потенциальных иммигрантов, отвечающее местным требованиям и нуждам ранка труда. В рамках данной программы, квалифицированные специалисты и иммигранты с профессиональными навыками, необходимыми провинции, могут подать свою заявление на иммиграцию в Канаду в местную иммиграционную службу и получить провинциальные сертификат Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Certificate, который позволит иностранному гражданину подать заявление на ПМЖ в Канаде с сокращенным временем обработки документов.

Провинциальная программа Саскачеван (SINP) работает по договору с федеральным правительством Канады, что позволяет провинции отбирать кандидатов на основе критериев установленных правительством Саскачеван. Критерии этой программы основаны на потребностях местного рынка труда и значительно отличаются от критерий федеральной иммиграционной программы (Federal Skilled Worker).
Иммиграционная программа Саскачеван SINP принимает заявки по следующим категориям:
— International Skilled Worker Category
— Saskatchewan Experience Category
— Entrepreneur and Farm Category.

Каждая из этих категорий может иметь одну или несколько подкатегорий. Ниже мы предоставим Вам дополнительную информацию о каждой из этих категорий, чтобы помочь вам определить, является ли Иммиграционная программа Саскачеван SINP подходящей для вас.

Иммиграционная программа Саскачеван SINP:

International Skilled Worker Category — Данная Категория принимает заявки от квалифицированных специалистов, имеющее образование выше среднего уровня (Высшее или професиональное образование) и имеющее соответствующий опыт работы, которые планируют жить и работать в провинции Саскачеван. Кандидаты оцениваются по балльной системе и могут быть номинированы по одной из трех подкатегорий. Данная категория преднозначена для тех лиц кто соответствуют критериям и требованиям федеральной программы по привлечению иностранных специалистов в Канаду.

International Skilled Worker — Employment Offer — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для квалифицированных работников с предложением квалифицированной работы от работодателя в Саскачеване.

International Skilled Worker — Occupations In-Demand — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для высококвалифицированных специалистов с опытом работы в востребованной в Саскачеване специальности.

В рамках данной категории заявитель должен соответствовать следующим требованиям:

Минимум один год послешкольного образования.

Минимум один год опыта работы по одной из востребованных специальностей.

Знание английского минимального уровня 4 (CLB)

Список востребованных специальностей.

0213 Computer and information systems managers

0423 Managers in social, community and correctional services

0513 Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors

0714 Facility operation and maintenance managers

0821 Managers in agriculture

1225 Purchasing agents and officers

1252 Health information management occupations

2161 Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries

2171 Information systems analysts and consultants

2221 Biological technologists and technicians

2225 Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists

2231 Civil engineering technologists and technicians

2232 Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians

2244 Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors

2253 Drafting technologists and technicians

2255 Technical occupations in geomantic and meteorology

7312 Heavy-duty equipment mechanics

7321 Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers

7332 Appliance servicers and repairers

Saskatchewan Experience Category — Эта категория для иностранных рабочих, которые живут в Саскачеване. В данной категории принимаются заявки по следующим подкатегориям:

Existing Work Permit — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для лиц, которые проработали в Саскачеване минимум шесть месяцев в рамках действующего разрешения на работу.

Health Professionals — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для лиц, которые работали в качестве врача, медсестры или в другой профессии здравоохранения в Саскачеване минимум шесть месяцев.

Hospitality Sector Project — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для лиц, которые в настоящее время работают в Саскачеване в качестве работников ресторана, кухонных помощников, обслуживающего персонала и горничных по меньшей мере шесть месяцев. Работодатель должен получить разрешение от провинции Саскачеван до того, как кандидат начинает работу в Канаде.

Long Haul Truck Driver Project — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для лиц, которые работают в подтвержденной грузоперевозочной компании в Саскачеване. Иммиграционная программа Саскачеван SINP заинтересованна в привлечение водителей грузовиков в провинцию. Водители должны работать в Саскачеване у местного работодателя как минимум шесть месяцев перед подачей заявления на ПМЖ.

Чтобы получить Временное разрешение на работу(Work Permit) и затем право на иммиграцию, иностранный водитель грузовика должен соответствовать следующим критериям:
1) иметь права на вождение грузового автомобиля в Саскачеване;
2) доказать, что они имеют два года стажа работы водителем грузовика;
3) иметь возможность пройти проверку на безопасность и получить визу для поездок в США (по требованию работодателя);
4) достаточно хорошо говорить и читать по-английски(IELTS со средним баллом не ниже 6);
5) иметь предложение о работе от грузоперевозочной фирмы в Саскачеване.

Students — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для иностранных студентов, которые окончили признанное высшее учебное заведение в Канаде. Среди требований, студент должен проработать в Саскачеване минимум двадцать четыре месяца перед подачей заявки или в течение шести месяцев, если учебное заведение в Саскачеване.

Entrepreneur and Farm Category — Данная Категория предназначена для лиц, желающих владеть и активно управлять бизнесом и работать в области сельского хозяйства в Саскачеване.

Entrepreneur Sub-Category — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для лиц, которые хотят инвестировать капитал в Саскачеване путем создания, приобретения или партнерства в бизнесе в провинции. Кандидаты должны активно развивать бизнес. Данная подкатегория функционирует на основе модели «Expression of Interest».

Farm Owners and Operators Sub-Category — Эта Подкатегория предназначена для опытных фермеров, имеющих значительные финансовые средства и желающих инвестировать в сельское хозяйство и поселиться в провинции Саскачевань.

Для получения подробной информации обратитесь к представителю GIC Canada Immigration.

Family Sponsorship — Категория семейное воссоединение: Данная категория распространяется на людей, которые имеют родственников, являющихся канадскими гражданами или постоянными жителями и проживающих в Саскачеване. К подобным родственникам относятся: родители, братья и сестры, дети, дяди и тети, племянники, дедушки и бабушки, двоюродные братья и сестры.
Родственники должны быть канадскими гражданами или постоянными жителями, проживающими в Саскачеване в течение хотя бы последнего года; и финансово самостоятельными.

Номинанту требуется :

1) иметь юридически заверенное письменное подтверждение от одного или нескольких родственников в Саскачеване, в котором обязуются оказать вам и вашей семье помощь в обустройстве (нотариально заверенаая форма SINP-500-22).
2) быть не моложе 18-ти и не старше 49-ти лет;
3)закончить высшее или среднее специальное учебное заведение с продолжительностью курса учебы как минимум один год и получить диплом, свидетельство или степень;
4) иметь минимум один год стажа работы по специальности;
5)обладать знанием английского языка, достаточным для трудоустройства в Саскачеване.
6)иметь предложение о постоянной работе на полную ставку от работодателя в Саскачеване,предложение о работе должно исходить от официально зарегистрированной прибыльной компании в Саскачеване;
7)иметь средства, достаточные для первоначального периода жизни в провинции (10,000$ CDN для основного заявителя и по 2,000$ CDN на каждого члена семьи).

Для получения подробной информации обратитесь к представителю GIC Canada Immigration.

Компания GIC Canada Immigartion Co. предпринимает все необходимые усилия для обеспечения максимально точной информации об Иммиграции в Канаду. К сожалению иммиграционные правила и требования к заявителям могут изменятся. По этой причине некоторые детали иммиграционных программ могли измениться с момента их первоначальной публикации. Чтобы подробнее узнать об этой или другой иммиграционной программе мы рекомендуем посетить официальный веб-сайт Министерства гражданства и иммиграции Канады или обратиться к представителю компании: Связь с Нами.

Ознакомьтесь с другими Провинциальными программами Канады. Под провинциальной программой подписаны 10 провинций и одна территория:
Провинциальная Программа PNP включает в себя все 10 провинций и одну территорию:

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Live Updates

SINP Latest News

This page will be updated regularly with SINP latest news and live tracking.

Please be advised the SINP Entrepreneur program has updated the Expression of Interest (EOI) pool selection schedule and will conduct the following EOI pool selections in 2020:
March 7, 2020*
May 2, 2020*
July 4, 2020*
September 5, 2020*
November 7, 2020*

*Please note that these dates are subject to revision.
As of Monday July 16th 1:00 PM CST, the International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand sub-categories will use an EOI system.
Visit International Skilled Worker EOI System for more information .
For information on finding work in Saskatchewan, visit Finding Work.

The federal government sets the number of nominations the SINP can make every year. To ensure program efficiency, the SINP accepts a maximum number of applications each year. When the application threshold is opened to new applications, applicants are invited to apply.

The table below is updated quarterly or when an application threshold is met. When each maximum is reached, no further applications will be accepted in that category. The website will be updated Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Application Intake Thresholds as of January 2, 2020

International Skilled Workers

SINP Category Maximum number of applications Number of applications currently being accepted
With an Employment Offer 4,000 4,000
Express Entry * *
Occupations In-Demand * *

*The Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand subcategories no longer use thresholds. Please visit International Skilled Worker EOI System for more information on how to apply.

Saskatchewan Experience

SINP Category Maximum number of applications Remaining applications
that will be accepted
by the SINP in 2020
Existing Work Permits & Health Professionals 1,200 1,200
Students 1,300 1,300
Hospitality Workers 200 200
Long Haul Truck Drivers 50 50

Entrepreneur* and Farm

SINP Category Maximum number of applications Remaining applications
that will be accepted
by the SINP in 2020
Farmers 50 50

*Applications to the Entrepreneur Category are selected based on an Expression of Interest system. Please see the Application Guide for more information.

Selecting Candidates from the Entrepreneur Expression of Interest (EOI) Pool

Immigration Services conducts draws to select candidates from the Entrepreneur Expression of Interest (EOI) pool, inviting them to submit a completed application to the SINP. There will be one EOI pool draw every two months.

  • Candidates who have submitted a complete EOI profile to the pool will be eligible for selection based on highest total points score.
  • EOIs submitted on the day of the scheduled EOI selection are not eligible for selection during that selection but will remain in the pool and be eligible for consideration in the next EOI pool selection.
  • As pool selections are ongoing, candidates are encouraged to submit their EOI only after they have completed all activities related to the points grid, such as completing exploratory visits or obtaining language credentials. Once submitted, candidates will not be permitted to update their submitted EOI.
  • Candidates who are not immediately selected will continue to remain in the EOI pool either until they are selected based on their points score, or their EOI has expired and is withdrawn.

Please review the updated materials, including the Application Guide, for more information.

Entrepreneur EOI Selection Results on January 3, 2020

Number of Invitations Issued 90
Average EOI Score 120
Highest EOI Score 150
Lowest EOI Score 115

SINP EOI Latest Draw 2020

Saskatchewan declared the first ever EOI SINP draw on January 16 th , 2020. In this draw, 596 Express Entry EOI and Occupations In-Demand candidates were invited to apply. The candidates with EOI score of 63 points in Express Entry and 66 points in OID stream were given invitations in this latest draw.

If you are already in the EOI pool with score little less than 63 points in EE stream and 66 points in OID stream, it is advisable to wait for the next SINP draw as you might get lucky.

The next SINP latest draw 2020 is expected to take place on 21 st February, 2020.

Immigration News

SINP raises the Application Intake for its Occupation in Demand (O >Posted — 25, Aug 2020

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) — the largely popular Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) of Saskatchewan, Canada has raised the application intake limit for its key sub-categories. This intake will be applicable this year only, which means, we may see increased number of applications invited for provincial nomination through the keys sub-categories of SINP

Saskatchewan raises the application intake for OID and Express Entry subcategories

Saskatchewan has made significant rise in the application intake limit of its International Skilled Worker (ISW) — Occupation in Demand subcategory and ISW- Express Entry Subcategory. Hence, the increased number of applicants will be invited in 2020 under both these sub-categories.

LetпїЅs take a look at the extent of application intake increase under express entry and OID streams:

Category Earlier Maximum Number of Applications New Maximum Number of Applications Total applications added
Express Entry 1,700 2,600 900
Occupations In-Demand 3,000 3,300 300

The maximum number of applications under International Skilled Worker- Express entry subcategory has been increased from 1,700 applications to 2,600 applications, whereas, the maximum application intake under ISW- Occupation in Demand subcategory has been increased from 3,000 applications to 3,300 applications. In terms of percentage, the express entry intake has been increased by 53 percent, while the Occupation in demand subcategory intake has been increased by 10 percent. Total 900 applications have been added in the express entry subcategory intake, while 300 applications have been added in OID subcategory intake.

Its good news for Canada PR applicants as both SINP Sub-categories are largely popular

Both Occupation in Demand and Express Entry sub-categories of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Programs are largely popular among the Canadian PR aspirants and applicants across the world. Every year, tens of thousands of people apply for Saskatchewan nomination via these sub-categories and obtain the same as well to become eligible to apply for Canada PR. Hence, rise in application intake will surely please all the Canada PR aspirant worldwide.

Key Benefits of SINP- Express Entry and OID subcategories

You get several benefits if you choose to apply Canada PR via SINP express entry subcategory or ISW- Occupation in Demand subcategory. Firstly, both the categories doesnпїЅt not require any job offer from Canada from the applicants.

The applicants selected under both the above-mentioned streams, receive the nomination certificate from the Saskatchewan province, which in turn helps them apply Canada PR to IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada).

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Иммиграционные планы Канады на 2020 год

С чего начать?

Новости

Иммиграционные планы Канады на 2020 год

Пилотная программа Атлантических провинций (Atlantic Pilot Program)

Ухаживающий персонал (Caregivers)

Программа Квебека для квалифицированных работников и бизнеса

Все экономические программы

Всего процентов: 58,1%

Программы семейного спонсорства — Family Class Programs

Все программы семейного спонсорства

Всего процентов: 26,8%

Беженство по государственному спонсорству

Беженство по частному спонсорству

Беженство по государственно-частному спонсорству

Лица, нуждающиеся в защите

Все программы по беженству

Всего процентов: 13.8%

Гуманитарная программа и другие

Гуманитарная программа и другие

Всего процентовl: 1.3%

Общий планируемый диапазон для всех иммиграционных программ в 2020: 310,000 — 360,000

Цель для всех иммиграционных программ на 2020: 340,000

Welcome to the official website of COMSYS-2020, Organised by Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College , to be held from 13th to 15th January, 2020. Last date for full paper submission : Sep 16, 2020 (Closed)

Accepted Papers

About Conference

The International Conference on Frontiers in Computing and Systems (COMSYS-2020) will be held from January 13-15, 2020 at Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College, West Bengal, India, organized by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering. The main objective of COMSYS is to present the latest research and results of scientists related to Machine learning, Computational Intelligence Track, VLSI, Networks and Systems Track, Computational Biology Track, Security Track topics. This conference provides opportunities for the different areas delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations. We hope that the conference results constituted significant contribution to the knowledge in these up to date scientific field. The organizing committee of conference is pleased to invite all enthusiasts all over the world to participate in COMSYS-2020.

Important Dates

Категория Иммиграционная программа Допустимый диапазон 2020 Цель на 2020 Цель в 2020
31,500 — 33,500 32,500 3,500 — 5,000 4,500
Full Paper Submission July 31, 2020
Aug 31, 2020
Sep 16, 2020(Closed)
Acceptance Notification Oct. 15, 2020
Nov. 15, 2020
Camera-ready Submission Nov. 30, 2020
Registration Deadline Nov. 30, 2020
Turorials Jan 13, 2020
Main Sessions Jan 14 and Jan 15, 2020

Tracks of COMSYS 2020

  • Computational Intelligence Track

Pattern Recognition, AI and Machine Learning, Soft Computing, Image,video and text Processing, Big Data, Data Science, Social Network Analysis,Data Mining, Optimization techniques, NLP, Digital Topology and Geometry.


VLSI, Networks and Systems Track

Embedded Systems, VLSI, Quantum Computing, Electronic System Design, Synthesis and Testing, IoT and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), Ad-hoc and sensor networks, Cognitive networking, Data centre and cloud networking, Energy-efficient networking & smart grids, Mobile Computing and networking, Network security & privacy.

Computational Biology Track

Bioinformatics, Biomedical Image Analysis, Bioimage Informatics and Computational Drug Design .

Theoretical, practical, and industry-related aspects with contributions in various areas including security models, cryptographic primitives, cryptographic protocols, cryptanalysis,hardware and software implementation aspects, DNA Cryptography, and Ethical Hacking.

SINP In Demand Occupation List 2020

Find out is your occupation in demand in Saskatchewan or not?

SINP In Demand Occupation list 2020

About Canada’s SINP Stream

Canada’s Saskatchewan province has been actively inviting skilled workers via its Provincial Nominee Program known as Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). The SINP has two key streams, which are:

  • Express Entry Subcategory and
  • Occupation in Demand (O >The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program permits people living outside Canada who fit into the eligibility classifications offered by SINP, to have a chance to apply for Permanent Residency in Canada. Every year, Indians in large number immigrate to Saskatchewan. This year, it could be you!

To apply for SINP, candidate must have to show a formal interest in writing to the government of Saskatchewan. This process of declaring interest in immigration is called submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI). Currently, SINP has its own streams as well as express entry linked streams to call immigrants from the federal pool of applicants. The selected candidates by the SINP can get 600 extra CRS points, which guarantee that they get Invitation to Apply (ITA) in the next draw.

Presently SINP is seeking immigrants from the list of Occupations in Demand 2020. This list keeps on changing from time to time. In fact, SINP has recently updated its demand list in a unique way. It has released the list of occupations that are not in demand in the province! Generally, provinces are required to release list of those occupations that are facing labour shortages and are in demand of skilled workforce.

SINP Occupation in-demand list changes 2020

The province of Saskatchewan has declared an interesting change in its occupation in-demand list, for both the Saskatchewan express entry and occupations in-demand of the International Skilled Worker visa >SINP Excluded Occupation List .

People with the following occupations are excluded from applying to the Occupations In- Demand (OID) and Express Entry (EE) program sub-categories. This is a list of occupations that are not eligible for these program subcategories.

NOC

Occupation Title 0011 Legislators 0012 Senior government managers and officials 0015 Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c. 0311 Managers in health care 0411 Government managers – health and social policy development and program administration 0412 Government managers – economic analysis, policy development and program administration 0413 Government managers – education policy development and program administration 0414 Other managers in public administration 0422 School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education 0431 Commissioned police officers 0432 Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers 0433 Commissioned officers of the Canadian Forces 0511 Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers 0512 Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts 0513 Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors 0823 Managers in aquaculture 1111 Financial auditors and accountants 1113 Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers 1227 Court officers and justices of the peace

NOC

Occupation Title 1228 Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers 1312 Insurance adjusters and claims examiners 1314 Assessors, valuators and appraisers 1315 Customs, ship and other brokers 2111 Physicists and astronomers 2113 Geoscientists and oceanographers 2114 Meteorologists and climatologists 2115 Other professional occupations in physical sciences 2122 Forestry professionals 2145 Petroleum engineers 2146 Aerospace engineers 2152 Landscape architects 2153 Urban and land use planners 2271 Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors 2273 Deck officers, water transport 2274 Engineer officers, water transport 2275 Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators 3011 Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors 3012 Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses 3111 Specialist physicians 3112 General practitioners and family physicians 3113 Dentists 3114 Veterinarians 3121 Optometrists 3124 Allied primary health practitioners 3125 Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating 3131 Pharmacists 3132 Dietitians and nutritionists 3141 Audiologists and speech-language pathologists 3142 Physiotherapists 3144 Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment 3213 Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians 3221 Denturists 3222 Dental hygienists and dental therapists 3231 Opticians 3232 Practitioners of natural healing 3233 Licensed practical nurses 3236 Massage therapists

NOC

Occupation Title 4012 Post-secondary teaching and research assistants 4031 Secondary school teachers 4032 Elementary school and kindergarten teachers 4111 Judges 4112 Lawyers and Quebec notaries 4154 Professional occupations in religion 4155 Probation and parole officers and related occupations 4168 Program officers unique to government 4217 Other religious occupations 4311 Police officers (except commissioned) 4312 Firefighters 4313 Non-commissioned ranks of the Canadian Forces 5111 Librarians 5112 Conservators and curators 5113 Archivists 5121 Authors and writers 5122 Editors 5123 Journalists 5125 Translators, terminologists and interpreters 5131 Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations 5132 Conductors, composers and arrangers 5133 Musicians and singers 5134 Dancers 5135 Actors and comedians 5136 Painters, sculptors and other visual artists 5211 Library and public archive technicians 5212 Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries 5221 Photographers 5222 Film and video camera operators 5223 Graphic arts technicians 5224 Broadcast technicians 5225 Audio and video recording technicians 5226 Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing

arts 5227 Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts 5231 Announcers and other broadcasters 5232 Other performers, n.e.c. 5241 Graphic designers and illustrators

NOC

Occupation Title 5242 Interior designers and interior decorators 5243 Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers 5244 Artisans and craftspersons 5245 Patternmakers – textile, leather and fur products 5251 Athletes 5252 Coaches 5253 Sports officials and referees 5254 Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness 6231 Insurance agents and brokers 6232 Real estate agents and salespersons 6311 Food service supervisors 6314 Customer and information services supervisors 6341 Hairstylists and barbers 6343 Shoe repairers and shoemakers 6346 Funeral directors and embalmers 7233 Sheet metal workers 7247 Cable television service and maintenance technicians 7253 Gas fitters 7303 Supervisors, printing and related occupations 7316 Machine fitters 7318 Elevator constructors and mechanics 7331 Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics 7361 Railway and yard locomotive engineers 7372 Drillers and blasters – surface mining, quarrying and construction 8232 Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers 8261 Fishing masters and officers 8262 Fishermen/women 9214 Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing 9217 Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing 9221 Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling 9222 Supervisors, electronics manufacturing 9223 Supervisors, electrical products manufacturing 9224 Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing 9227 Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly 9235 Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators 9243 Water and waste treatment plant operators

Note that NOC “C” (occupations that usually require high-school or job-specific training) and NOC “D” (occupations that usually require on-the-job training) skill levels are not eligible for the Occupation In-Demand and Express Entry subcategories.

These occupations may be eligible through the International Skilled Worker Employment Offer and Saskatchewan Work Experience subcategories if your employer has registered with the Government of Saskatchewan and received approval for the job offer

This implies that a person, who is qualified to apply to any of the two streams, has to check the list of excluded occupations recently released by SINP. It has over 130 occupations are that excluded . This means that there are total 218 occupations now that are eligible.

The province of Saskatchewan has took a great step with this change in the NOC list as it has included w >19 occupations to more than 200 .

This means that now more applicants from different occupational backgrounds can move to the province!

Note that those who are having an Express Entry profile and are chosen by the SINP will get 600 extra points and consequently, an ITA in the following draw.

Why choose SINP?

SINP is becoming an increasingly popular program for applying to Canada Permanent Residency via Provincial nomination. SINP has reasonable demand of skills from the applicant and that is why is suitable for candidates having mediocre level of abilities.

Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s fast developing province, having abundance of natural resources but little human resources. That is why the province keeps its door open for those candidates willing to come, settle and work in the economy.

Saskatchewan has a potential future of unmatchable development. We, at Oneclick, often suggest SINP to our clients who have already tried their luck in the Express Entry. This means that we consider SINP has the second best choice to immigrate to Canada.

What is the qualification for SINP stream?

To to be qualified under SINP, the applicant needs to have certain level of skills and expertise. Also, to apply, a candidate needs to pay a non-refundable amount of $300 as application charges.

Following are the basic eligibility points that one must meet in order to apply for SINP and immigrate to Canada quickly in just 6-8 months:

  • Must score minimum of 60 points out of 100 on SINP point grid
  • Must obtain minimum CLB level 4 in the language ability test (IELTS)
  • Must be holding a degree of 3 years. This degree, if obtained outside of Canada, need to get an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from an assigned organisation in Canada in order to certify the proficiency as well as relevancy of the degree earned by the applicant
  • Must have minimum of a year’s work experience in the previous 10 years in a skilled occupation mentioned in the latest SINP occupation list. It is important to have the valid work experience in an occupation that is mentioned in the Occupation Classification expertise level 0, A or B
  • Have confirmation of assets and settlement plan to live in Saskatchewan
  • Moreover, the candidate may require to provide a licensure for their field of work (if the government of Saskatchewan says so)

Apply to SINP with Oneclick Visas!

There are various ways to apply for SINP but the best out of those is to apply through Oneclick Visas. Our experts has been filing for SINP nomination since years and more than 5,000 applicants have immigrated to the province of Saskatchewan under our expert guidance!

Saskatchewan currently is open to almost all types of applications. Whether you are willing to work or study or go just to spend your summer vacations, the province will welcome you with open gates.

The per the latest SINP occupation list, we can predict that now there will be more admissions through SINP stream as the number of occupations the province demands has increased. Saskatchewan is the perfect place for the people hoping to work and settle there with family. It’s safe, immigrant-friendly and has many career opportunities for skilled Indians.

So if you are ready to start a new chapter in your life by immigrating to the advancing economy of Canada, take your first step today! Oneclick can pre-assess your eligibility for SINP and every other stream you are interested to apply through.

To know more, get in touch with us by calling our immigration experts or simply by visiting our office.

Saskatchewan Immigration 2020

Saskatchewan is a province in the very centre of Canada that has a booming economy thanks to an abundance of minerals, oil, natural gas, and potash. With friendly communities, a reasonable cost of living, plenty of jobs, and more sunshine each year than any other Canadian province, Saskatchewan is an extremely popular destination for new Canadians to settle. The easiest way to immigrate to Saskatchewan is with a provincial nomination within the Express Entry Canada immigration system.

Express Entry Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) allows the province to nominate people to be admitted to Canada by the Federal Government that have the skills and experience most desired in the local economy. In addition to helping people who have the precise skills that are in high demand locally, the Saskatchewan PNP also helps people who currently live and work in Saskatchewan, or who have a desire to invest in or begin a business in the province. The Saskatchewan immigration process through the SINP allows qualified individuals and families to bypass the potentially more difficult and complicated process of immigrating by applying directly to the Canadian government. Foreign nationals can immigrate to Saskatchewan through the SINP in two different ways. The first option is to apply directly to the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program by sending the program an Expression of Interest or EOI. If nominated, the prospective immigrant can then create a new Express Entry profile and import their credentials into the system.

The other option is to begin the Saskatchewan immigration process by creating a new Express Entry profile and formally indicating an interest in the province. Immigration Saskatchewan can then select interested individuals and invite them to apply to the SINP. Once nominated, your Express Entry profile will be immediately credited with your Saskatchewan nomination certificate giving you an additional 600 points under the Comprehensive Ranking System. You can then receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency in Canada during the next Express Entry draw. Our experienced Canadian immigration professional is able to optimize your Express Entry profile for Saskatchewan immigration through the SINP 2020. We can also help you apply to the Saskatchewan PNP, and if given a nomination can professionally prepare your Canadian PR application. Applications for Canada permanent residency that are submitted through Express Entry are processed much quicker, with most applications being adjudicated in under 6 months.

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Provincial Nominee Program Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan Nominee Program 2020 has three categories of eligibility for people who want to live and work in the province. In addition to fast application processing times through Express Entry, the SINP also provides excellent support to participating immigrants.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program 2020 Categories:

  • International Skilled Worker Category
  • Saskatchewan Experience Category
  • Entrepreneur and Farm Category

The International Skilled Worker Category

This Saskatchewan PNP category is for potential immigrants who have education, skilled work experience, language proficiency, or other abilities that make them well suited to living and working in Saskatchewan. The International Skilled Worker Category features 3 subcategories.

SINP International Skilled Worker Sub-Categories:

  • Employment Offer Sub-Category
  • Occupations in Demand Sub-Category
  • Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-Category

If you have received a job offer from a company in Saskatchewan, have work experience in an «in demand» job that requires post-secondary education or time as an apprentice, or have been accepted as part of Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s Express Entry pool, this category may be for you.

Employment Offer Stream

The Employment Offer Sub-Category of the PNP Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker category is for skilled workers with a job offer from a qualified employer in the province. In order to be eligible for this Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program stream, applicants must meet several requirements.

Eligibility:

  • You must have at least 1 year of work experience in your intended occupation in the last 10 years
  • You must possess suitable language abilities demonstrated by a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4
  • You must score 60 points or greater, out of 100, on the SINP points grid shown below
  • You must provide proof of license eligibility under appropriate Saskatchewan regulatory body if your intended occupation is a regulated profess or compulsory apprenticeship trade
  • You must provide a valid Saskatchewan Nominee Program Job Approval Letter proving that you have been offered a permanent, full-tie job in the province in a designated trade or in an occupation classified as National Occupational Classification (NOC) level A, B, or 0. Please see our NOC chart below that lists in-demand occupations for Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program point assessment grid:

  • Connection to Saskatchewan and adaptability — 30 points maximum
  • Education and training — 23 points maximum
  • Work experience — 15 points maximum
  • Age — 12 points maximum
  • Language ability — 20 points maximum

The largest section of the SINP points grid is the Saskatchewan connection. Having a close relative, such as a sibling, aunt, uncle, parent, niece, nephew, or cousin, that lives in Saskatchewan and is a permanent resident or citizen of Canada is worth 20 points. Previous experience studying at a recognized education instutition in Saskatchewan is worth 5 points. Previous experience working in Saskatchewan for a minimum of one year is also worth 5 points.

Occupations In-Demand Stream

The Occupations In-Demand Sub-Category of the PNP Saskatchewan Skilled Worker category is for skilled workers who do not have a job offer in the province but who are highly skilled in an in-demand occupation. In order to apply for this SINP stream, there are a variety of requirements that must be met by the applicant.

Eligibility:

  • You must have one or more years of work experience in the past ten years that relates to your field of training or education and is in a high skilled occupation classified as NOC Matrix level «0», «A», or «B». This occupation must also be considered «in-demand» by Immigration Saskatchewan.
  • You must have a language score of CLB 4 or greater
  • You must have a Saskatchewan Nominee Program points score or 60 or higher, as calculated under the SINP point grid detailed above
  • You must have completed at least 12 months of training, apprenticeship, or post-secondary education that resulted in a degree, certificate, or diploma and is comparable to the equivalent Canadian education
  • You must have an adequate settlement plan as well as proof of sufficient settlement funds
  • If your occupation is regulated in Saskatchewan and requires mandatory licensing, you must provide proof of eligibility under the local regulatory body

Saskatchewan Express Entry Stream

The Express Entry Sub-Category of the SINP International Skilled Worker Category is for skilled workers that are in the candidate pool of Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s Express Entry system. There are a number of requirements that must be satisfied in order for an potential immigrant to be eligible for this Saskatchewan PNP stream.

Eligibility:

  • You must be accepted into the CIC Express Entry pool and have a profile number as well as a job seeker validation code. Your Canadian Express Entry profile must also be up-to-date and accurate.
  • You must have completed education or training at a post-secondary level for at least one year that lead to a diploma, certificate, degree, or verifiable equivalent
  • You must have a score of 60/100 points or higher under the PNP Saskatchewan assessment grid shown above
  • You must have an acceptable level of work experience in your field. For a skilled profession outside of the trades, the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program requires a minimum of 12 months of work experience in the past 10 years. For skilled trades, you must have two years of work experience in your designated skilled trade within the past 5 years. The work experience prerequisite can be met for trades and non-trades persons if they have 12 months of skilled work experience in Canada provided it is in a high skilled occupation classified as NOC «A», «B», or «0» that is considered in-demand in the Province of Saskatchewan. If your occupation requires you to be licensed by a special regulatory body, you must also provide proof of licensing eligibility to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.
  • You must prove the language level declared in your Saskatchewan Express Entry profile with valid language test results from a recognized testing agency
  • You must have sufficient funds for settlement as well as a realistic settlement plan as determined by Immigration Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan In-Demand Occupations:

The following occupations are considered «in demand» by the Saskatchewan Nominee Program. Applicants whose occupation is classified under a different National Occupational Classification (NOC) than the ones listed below will not be eligible under certain «high demand skilled work» SINP streams.

  • Oil and Gas Drillers / Servicers / Testers or related workers (NOC 8232, skill level B)
  • Carpenters (NOC 7271, skill level B)
  • Steamfitters / Pipefitters / Sprinkler System Installers (NOC 7252, skill level B)
  • Roofers / Shinglers (NOC 7291, skill level B)
  • University Professors (NOC 4121, skill level A)
  • Industrial Electricians (NOC 7242, skill level B)
  • Plumbers (NOC 7251, skill level B)
  • Bricklayers (NOC 7281, skill level B)
  • Electricians, excluding industrial and power system professionals (NOC 7241, skill level B)
  • Concrete Finishers (NOC 7282, skill level B)
  • Supervisors / Motor Transport and other Ground Transit Operators (NOC 7222, skill level B)
  • Computer Network Technicians (NOC 2281, skill level B)
  • Business Development Officers / Marketing Researchers / Consultants (NOC 4163, skill level A)
  • Chemical Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2211, skill level B)
  • Construction Estimators (NOC 2234, skill level B)
  • Plasterers / Drywall Installers / Finishers / Lathers (NOC 7284, skill level B)
  • User Support Technicians (NOC 2282, skill level B)
  • Agricultural Service Contractors / Farm Supervisors / Specialized Livestock Workers (NOC 8252, skill level B)
  • Painters / Decorators (NOC 7294, skill level B)
  • Construction Managers (NOC 0711, skill level 0)
  • Refrigeration / Air Conditioning Mechanics (NOC 7313, skill level B)
  • Machinists / Machining / Tooling inspectors (NOC 7231, skill level B)
  • Biological Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2221, skill level B)
  • Information Systems Analysts / Consultants (NOC 2171, skill level A)
  • Sheet Metal Workers (NOC 7233, skill level B)
  • Electrical or Electronics Engineering Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2241, skill level B)
  • Civil Engineers (NOC 2131, skill level A)
  • Glaziers (NOC 7292, skill level B)
  • Electronic Service Technicians of business or household equipment (NOC 2242, skill level B)
  • Tool or Die Makers (NOC 7232, skill level B)
  • Mathematicians / Statisticians / Consultants (NOC 2161, skill level A)
  • Insulators (NOC 7293, skill level B)
  • Drafting Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2253, skill level B)
  • Tilesetters (NOC 7283, skill level B)
  • Computer Programmers / Interactive Media Developers (NOC 2174, skill level A)
  • Heavy-duty Equipment Mechanics (NOC 7312, skill level B)
  • Construction Millwrights / Industrial Mechanics, excluding textile (NOC 7311, skill level B)
  • Motor Vehicle Body Repairers (NOC 7322, skill level B)
  • Structural Metal / Platework Fabricators or Fitters (NOC 7235, skill level B)
  • Automotive Service Technicians / Truck and Bus Mechanics / Mechanical Repairers (NOC 7321, skill level B)
  • Land Survey Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2254, skill level B)
  • Financial Auditors / Accountants (NOC 1111, skill level A)
  • Mechanical Engineering Technologists / Technicians (NOC 2232, skill level B)
  • Electrical / Electronics Engineers (NOC 2133, skill level A)
  • Systems Testing Technicians (NOC 2283, skill level B)
  • Supervisors, Petroleum / Gas / Chemical Processing / Utilities (NOC 9212, skill level B
  • Floor Covering Installers (NOC 7295, skill level B)
  • Supervisors, Motor Transport (NOC 7305, skill level B)
  • Mechanical Engineers (NOC 2132, skill level A)
  • Contractors and Supervisors, carpentry trades (NOC 7215, skill level B)
  • Telecommunications Installation / Repair Workers (NOC 7246, skill level B)
  • Technical Sales Specialists or Wholesale Trade (NOC 6221, skill level A)
  • Welders / Related Machine Operators (NOC 7237, skill level B)
  • Contractors / Supervisors and other construction trades, installers, repairers, and servicers (NOC 7219, skill level B)
  • Software Engineers / Designers (NOC 2173, skill level A)
  • Machine Fitters (NOC 7316, skill level B)
  • Inspectors of Agricultural and Fish Products (NOC 2222, skill level B)
  • Contractors / Supervisors / Heavy Construction Equipment Crews (NOC 7217, skill level B)
  • Supervisors, Food / Beverage / Tobacco Processing (NOC 9213, skill level B)
  • Contractors / Supervisors / Heavy Equipment Operator Crews (NOC 7302, skill level B)

The Saskatchewan Experience Category

This SINP category is for potential immigrants who currently live and work in Saskatchewan and who desire to become permanent residents of the province. There are 5 different immigration streams in this Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program category.

Saskatchewan PNP 2020 Experience Category streams:

  • Existing Work Permit Sub-Category
  • Health Profession Sub-Category
  • Hospitality Sector Sub-Category
  • Long Haul Truck Driver Sub-Category
  • Student Sub-Category

If you have been employed in Saskatchewan for at least six months, have a family member living in the province, or if you have graduated from a post-secondary educational institution in Saskatchewan this category may be ideal for you.

Existing Work Permit Stream

The SINP Experience Category Existing Work Permit Sub-Category is for skilled workers with a valid work permit who have been employed in the Province of Saskatchewan for 6 months or longer. There are several prerequisites in order to qualify for this 2020 SINP stream.

Eligibility:

  • You must have a valid Saskatchewan PNP Job Approval Letter
  • You must have a permanent full-time employment offer from an eligible Saskatchewan employer for a job considered National Occupation Classification Matrix 0, A, or B, or classified as a designated professional trade
  • You must have worked for this Saskatchewan employer for 6 months or longer under a valid Citizenship and Immigration Canada work permit

Health Profession Sub-Category

The Saskatchewan Experience Health Profession Sub-Category is for internationally-trained health professionals who have been employed in the province under a temporary work permit for 6 months or longer. The Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program 2020 sub-category contains three streams.

Health Profession Streams:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Other Health Professionals

The Physician stream is for foreign trained doctors and surgeons interested in Saskatchewan immigration. There are a number of conditions that must be satisfied in order to be eligible under this stream.

Eligibility:

  • Must have been practicing as a doctor in the Province of Saskatchewan for 6 months or longer
  • Must have a valid Canadian work permit issued by CIC
  • Must have a permanent job offer issued by a health education institution or a Saskatchewan health authority where individual is presently employed, or have a permanent arrangement to practice medicine in a provincial medical office with verifiable documents such as a business plan

Before doctors can be accepted under this SINP stream, Immigration Saskatchewan requires a letter of support from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CoPASS) or a letter from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada indicating that you are properly licensed in your particular speciality.

The Nurse stream is for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), Registered Nurses (RN), and Psychiatric Nurses who are interested in living and working in the Province. If you are a registered nurse or practical nurse interested in Saskatchewan immigration, this is likely the SINP stream best suited for you. There are specific requirements that must be satisified in order to be considered under the Nursing stream.

Eligibility:

  • You must have been practicing in Saskatchewan as a nurse for a minimum of 6 months
  • You must have a valid Citizenship and Immigration Canada work permit
  • You must have an employment offer for a full time permanent job, issued by a health employer, the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, or the Saskatchewan Regional Health Authority

The Saskatchewan PNP program also requires a letter of support from the SRNA, SALPN, or RPNAS stating that you have an unrestricted license to practice in the province. In addition to a letter from the appropriate licensing body, the Saskatchewan Nominee Program requires a letter of support from your employer.

Other Health Professionals

The Other Health Professional stream is for people in the healthcare industry that are part of a professional licensing body, if applicable, and who are interested in immigrating to Saskatchewan. In order to be eligible under this stream of the 2020 SINP Experience Category, several conditions must be fulfilled.

Eligibility:

  • You must have 12 months or greater of job specific training or post-secondary schooling
  • Your job must fit under level «A», «B», or «0» of the National Occupational Classification Matrix
  • You must have been working in the Province of Saskatchewan in a qualifying health occupation for a minimum of 6 months
  • You must have a valid Saskatchewan work permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
  • You must have a permanent job offer for full-time work that is issued by an accredited health authority, agency, or employer
  • Your employer must provide a letter of support stating that your position was posted in accordance to relevant collective bargaining agreements and is currently vacant
  • Your appropriate licensing body must issue a letter of support

Hospitality Sector Project Stream

Foreign workers in Saskatchewan that are employed in the hospitality industry can apply for a SINP nomination under the Hospitality Sector Project Sub-Category or the SINP Experience Category. In order to be eligible for SK immigration under this stream, several requirements must be met.

Eligibility:

  • You must be a temporary foreign worker in Saskatchewan
  • You must have at least a Grade 12 education or its equivalent
  • You must have been working for the same approved employer for six months or longer
  • You must be employed as a Food or Beverage Server (NOC 6453), a Food Counter Attendant or Kitchen Helper (NOC 6641), or as Housekeeping or Cleaning Staff (NOC 6661)
  • Your temporary foreign work permit must be supported by a Service Canada Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
  • You must have sufficient English language ability demonstrated by CLB 4 or higher in all four categories of the benchmark test
  • Your employer must be approved by the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program

Please note: Saskatchewan businesses that want to access employees through this sub-category must register with the SINP in order to gain approval.

Long Haul Truck Driver Project Stream

Under the SINP Experience Category Long Haul Truck Driver Project stream, foreign workers that are currently employed as truck drivers in Saskatchewan can apply for a provincial nomination towards a Canadian permanent residency visa. This allows Saskatchewan trucking and logistics firms to initially import truckers to the province as temporary foreign workers, and then eventually offer them permanent employment and a chance to become a permanent resident under this SINP sub-category. In order to participate as a trucking firm, there are several requirements that must be met.

Eligibility for Trucking Companies:

  • Trucking firm must have been in operation in the Province of Saskatchewan for a minimum of 5 years and must primarily do long-distance shipping either inter-provincially or internationally
  • Trucking firm should have zero compliance issues under the National Safety Code (NSC). Company must provide a carrier profile and firm’s safety rating must be satisfactory. Immigration Saskatchewan will verify carrier status and safety performance with the Highway Traffic Board.
  • Trucking firm must submit a recruitment and settlement plan for their long-haul trucking business that includes information related to the recruitment and screening of foreign driver applicants, the orientation and training of newly hired foreign drivers, as well as settlement support for recently employed immigrants and their families
  • Trucking firm must obtain a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and must submit a Human Resource plan for each foreign driver that applies under this SINP stream, in accordance with Service Canada provisions. This plan must include current efforts to attract and train existing citizens and permanent residents of Canada, the benefits to the country and industry by hiring foreigners, and the salary as well as working conditions of each job.
  • Trucking firm must provide a copy of the employer-employee contract and permanent job offer that will come into effect after the initial 12 months to both Service Canada as well as the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

Before a Saskatchewan logistics company can hire foreign employees, Service Canada also has a number of expectations of the trucking firm.

Service Canada Requirements:

  • Company must demonstrate efforts to hire unemployed Canadian workers either through HRSDC or via a provincial employment program
  • Company must show valid efforts to recruit Canadians, recent immigrants, Canadian youth, and aboriginal people on an on-going basis
  • Company must cover all the recruitment costs associated with hiring a foreign worker
  • Company must pay full airfare for the foreign worker to travel to and from their country of origin
  • Company must assist workers with locating a suitable and affordable place to live
  • Company must consult with local union if the job is covered under a collective agreement
  • Company must provide adequate medical coverage until the foreign worker is eligible to be covered under Saskatchewan health insurance coverage
  • Company must sign a suitable employer-employee contract that outlines duties, wages, conditions, health and occupational safety, and accommodation for the foreign worker
  • Company must register the temporary foreign worker under a Saskatchewan provincial workers compensation insurance plan

There are also several requirements that must be satisfied in order for a foreign national to immigrate to Saskatchewan under the SINP truck driver stream.

Eligibility for Applicants:

  • Must have been working for a Saskatchewan shipping firm approved by the SINP for a minimum of 6 months
  • Must have a valid temporary work permit
  • Must be working in a position that is based on a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
  • Must possess a valid Saskatchewan Class 1A driving permit / driver’s license
  • Must have an English language ability for listening, speaking, reading, and writing that is assessed at CLB 4 or higher

Student Stream

The Experience Saskatchewan PNP Student stream enables foreign students who have graduated from a recognized post-secondary university or college in Saskatchewan to be nominated for Canadian permanent residency. This stream is extremely popular among recent graduates of the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, Parkland College, Saskatchewan Polytechnic School, and Luther College. In order to participate in this Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program 2020 stream, students must meet a number of requirements.

Eligibility for students who have graduated from an institute in Saskatchewan:

  • Must have a valid post-graduate work permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC)
  • Must have worked for a minimum of 6 months in a paid position in Saskatchewan (at least 960 hours total). Eligible work experience including co-op work terms, graduate fellowships, off-campus work, on-campus work, and any work experience gained using a post-graduate work permit provided it can be verified.
  • Must have graduated from a recognized university or college in the Province of Saskatchewan and earned a degree, diploma, or certificate. The program of study must also involve a minimum of 1 academic year of full-time study (8 months).
  • Must have a Job Approval Letter from the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

It is also possible to participate in the SINP student stream if you are a foreign student who graduated from a post-secondary school in Canada that was located outside of Saskatchewan, but the following rules apply in order to be eligible.

Eligibility for students who have graduated from an institute outside of Saskatchewan:

  • Must have graduated from a recognized Canadian college or university with a degree, diploma, or certificate for a course that involves at least two academic years of full-time study (16 months)
  • Must have a valid post-graduation work permit that has been issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC)
  • Must have worked in Saskatchewan after graduation for a minimum of 24 months consecutively (at least 3840 hours total). Must be paid work done after obtaining a valid post-grad work permit.
  • Must currently have a full-time job with a Saskatchewan employer that is both permanent and in individual’s field of study. The job must be considered National Occupation Classification (NOC) 0, A, or B, or in a designated trade.
  • Must have a valid Saskatchewan Nominee Program Job Approval Letter

The SINP Entrepreneur and Farm Category

Th PNP Saskatchewan Entrepreneur and Farm Category is for potential immigrants who have capital, a business idea, or the experience and desire to operate a farm in the Province of Saskatchewan. There are two sub-categories within the Saskatchewan PNP Entrepreneur and Farm Category.

SINP Sub-Categories:

  • Entrepreneurs Sub-Category
  • Farm Owners and Operators Sub-Category

PNP Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Program

The SINP Entrepreneur stream is for prospective immigrants who would like to invest their time and money into a Saskatchewan business. The category offers foreign nationals and their families the opportunity to acquire or establish a business in the province and actively operate it. To participate in the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program Entrepreneur category, the following requirements must be met.

Eligibility:

  • Must have a legally obtained, fully verifiable net worth of $500,000 Canadian Dollars (CAD) or more
  • Must have at least three years of relevant business management or entrepreneurial experience

Once an applicant has been approved to participate in the Saskatchewan Nominee Program Entrepreneur category, they must satisfy a number of requirements before they can earn a nomination from the province towards Canadian permanent residency.

Nomination requirements:

  • Must invest $300,000 CAD or more in Regina or Saskatoon business, or $200,000 CAD or more in any other Saskatchewan community
  • Must create a business that aligns with the Points Grid of the SINP Entrepreneur category
  • Must own and control at least 33.3% of the equity of a Saskatchewan business unless a minimum of $1 million has been invested, in which case a lower equity stake is acceptable
  • Must be actively involved in the day to day operation and management of the enterprise
  • If the business is located in Saskatoon or Regina, must create two new jobs in Saskatchewan for unrelated Canadian citizens or permanent residents

PNP Saskatchewan Farm Owner/Operator Program

The SINP Farm Owner stream is for people with farming experience who would like to invest in purchasing and operating a farming operation in Saskatchewan. As part of the application process, Saskatchewan immigration officials facilitate communication between the applicant and Saskatchewan Agriculture — Food and Rural Revitalization officials regarding the type of farming operation the applicant intends to run in the province. In order to participate in this category of the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program, a number of criteria must be satisfied.

Eligibility:

  • Must have a minimum net worth of $500,000 CAD that can be proven with financial documentation
  • Must make a mandatory comprehensive exploratory visit to Saskatchewan for a minimum of 5 business days that includes meeting with SINP representatives
  • Must sign a Performance Agreement that commits to purchasing a Saskatchewan farm and make a refundable «good faith» cash deposit of $75,000 that is held in trust. This cash deposit is returned in full once the terms of the Performance Agreement are met. If the terms are not met within 24 months of the applicant landing in the province, the deposit is forfeited to the Province of Saskatchewan.
  • Must have documented knowledge and experience operating a farm. Documents regarding work experience, finances, education, and training can demonstrate acceptable expertise.

Only proprietary businesses primarily focused on agricultural production may qualify under the SINP Farmer Program. Other Agri-business operations may qualify under the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program Entrepreneur stream.


SINP Young Farmer Stream

Within the Farm Owner/Operator Category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program, there is the Young Farmer Stream. The Saskatchewan Young Farmer stream enables young farmers and their families to establish themselves in rural areas of the province where they can operate a farm that helps feed Canadians. There are several criteria that must be met in order to apply for this Provincial Nominee Program Saskatchewan stream.

Eligibility:

  • Must have a legally accumulated minimum personal net worth of $300,000 Canadian Dollars that is verifiable to 80% certainty
  • Must be under 40 years of age at the time of SINP application submission
  • Must have 3 of more years of experience managing, owning, or operating a farm
  • Applicant and spouse must have marketable employment skills such as education and experience that will enable them to supplement their farming income if needed
  • Must submit a detailed proposal for a commercial farming opportunity in Saskatchewan that includes research and consultations regarding relevant agricultural conditions in the province. The farm proposal must involve a commercial venture (hobby farms are ineligible under this stream) and must have a reasonable expectation of profit. Under Saskatchewan Nominee Program regulations, a farming business must have an annual revenue of at least $10,000 in order to qualify under this SPNP stream.

Before a SINP Young Farmer applicant can receive a Saskatchewan nomination, the following criteria must be satisfied.

Nomination requirements:

  • Must have sufficient practical farming skills and experience relevant to farming conditions in the Province of Saskatchewan
  • Must have conducted a minimum 5 day long exploratory visit to Saskatchewan that included meeting with Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program immigration officials
  • Must have invested a minimum of $150,000 CAD into a brand new or existing Saskatchewan farm. Investment should comprise of working capital and/or capital assets such as land or machinery.

There are a large number of supporting documents that must be included in a Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program farm application.

Supporting Documentation:

  • Education credentials (if applicable)
  • Trade credentials (if applicable)
  • Birth certificate for primary applicant and all family members
  • Marriage certificate (if applicable)
  • Divorce certificate (if applicable)
  • Professional confirmation of personal and business financial assets
  • Valid passport for each family member. Expiry dates cannot be less than 24 months from date of application submission.
  • Recent Police certificate for main applicant and all adult family members from every country you have lived in for more than 6 months consecutively
  • Personal Net Worth Statement (SINP 200-2 form)
  • CIC Schedule 4a form
  • Professional English translation of any non-English documents

Using a Lawyer to Help with Immigration to Saskatchewan

The process of entering and becoming a citizen of a new country is complicated, even when taking advantage of a streamlined mode of entry like the SINP. It can be daunting for someone with little experience in living in foreign countries to have to deal with. Licensed Canadian immigration lawyers can assist people through the entirety of the process, which means they can help you fill out the proper forms, fulfil all the Saskatchewan immigration requirements, and prepare you for any potential bumps in the road. Although a lawyer is not required in order to participate in the Saskatchewan Nominee Program it can make the process much less stressful. The Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program website also offers a document checklist for many immigration streams to help make the application process easier. For additional information regarding Saskatchewan Nominee Program processing times and checklist updates, please go to the official Saskatchewan immigration website here.

About Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is the central province of Canada bordered on the east and west by Manitoba and Alberta respectively, the Northwest Territories to the north, and by North Dakota and Montana to the south. The province has been inhabited by various indigenous populations for thousands of years, but was first explored by Europeans in the late 1600s. Settlement began in 1774, and it officially became a province in 1905. The province was named after the Saskatchewan River, a 340 mile long river that flows east across the province and empties into Lake Winnipeg.

Saskatchewan’s climate is dry but has varied temperatures. Summers are very warm and winters are bitterly cold. It is also the sunniest province in Canada. This makes it the perfect place for the outdoorsman who enjoys hiking, canoeing, and other nature activities in all sorts of weather. Just over one million people call Saskatchewan home, with a massive majority residing in the southern parts of the province. The province’s major cities of Saskatoon and Regina are home to over 400,000 residents. Whether you desire an urban environment, a rural one, or a bit of both, Saskatchewan has something to offer.

Historically, the economy of Saskatchewan has been based on agriculture and the province long served as Canada’s breadbasket. Saskatchewan’s coat of arm features sheaves of wheat, emphasizing this point. Today, mining of both uranium and potash as well as production of oil and natural gas play important roles in the province’s economy.

Hockey is the sport du jour in the province, but the Saskatchewan Roughriders, a Canadian Football League team based out of Regina are the major sport presence in the area. Other opportunities for entertainment and culture include the Regina Globe Theatre, the Mendel Art Gallery, the RCMP Heritage Centre, and the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra.

Those who desire more traditional or historical events will enjoy the annual KonaFest: a two week celebration of winter activities like ice skating, hockey, and snow sculpting. The Craven Country Jamboree is a summertime event featuring country music performances and camping. The Regina Dragon Boat Festival includes racing, martial arts, Chinese folk dance, and a street far with vendors of all types.

Saskatchewan is a beautiful province that truly provides something for everyone. Whether you are looking for the fast pace of life in the city or a more rustic rural experience. Whether you want Midwestern charm and country music or multicultural diversity, Saskatchewan has it all. Although Saskatoon immigration and Regina immigration are the most popular, the SINP attracts immigrants interested in settling in every corner of the province.

Saskatchewan Express Entry

Under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program, the province nominates applicants for permanent residency who qualify under provincial criteria. Applicant selection is based on the economic and labour force needs of Saskatchewan, and the SINP will only accept a maximum number of applications under each category each calendar year.

The recent SINP Express Entry integration makes the Saskatchewan immigration process more straight-forward than ever for qualified immigrants and their families. Through a SINP EOI draw, the best qualified candidates will be invited to apply for the 2020 Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. Prospective immigrants that receive a Saskatchewan nomination will then receive an additional 600 points under the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System. This major score increase will help them be selected in an Express Entry draw and invited to apply for a Canada permanent resident visa. Canadian PR applications processed through the Express Entry system are also processed much faster, with majority of them taking less than 6 months.

The Saskatchewan Immigration Express Entry option is fairly new, and the province will likely integrate with the federal system even more in the future. If you are potentially interested in Canadian residency through the Saskatchewan immigration program, please visit this page frequently for SINP news. We believe that the province is an excellent place for new immigrants to settle, and our team will be adding Saskatchewan immigration news and program updates as often as possible.

Want to learn more about the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program? Contact us for a free consultation.

SINP In-Demand Occupation List 2020

The Canadian province Saskatchewan has the SINP In-Demand occupation list, which contains the occupations, which are highly sought by different employers and industries in the province. As per the announcement from SINP on September 18, 2020, SINP occupation list has been expanded to add more than 200 occupations which are there in Canada’s NOC occupation list.

The NOC (National Occupational Classification) list includes various occupations in Canada with their Skill types, i.e.NOC «A» (occupations that usually require university education), NOC «B» (occupations that usually require college education or apprenticeship training) orNOC «0» (management).

Moreover, Saskatchewan has also released the SINP Excluded Occupations list (updated on September 16, 2020), which includes the occupations, which are ineligible for SINP OID, and Express Entry subcategory of SINP.

If you are applying in SINP, you must check the Excluded Occupation list to find out whether or not your occupation is eligible for applying SINP – Express Entry and Occupation in Demand (OID) Subcategory.

The provincial government invites applications from skilled and talented people from foreign countries (through SINP)to get employed in these occupations. Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is the popular immigration program of Saskatchewan province.

The Saskatchewan high demand Occupation List 2020 (the new list including NOC occupations) contains some occupations (not all), which are regulated and hence, require certain documents regarding the professional status or licensure.

Find below the list of such occupations that require documentation related to professional status or licensure.

List of SINP Occupations

(With professional status or licensure Requirement)

1. Engineering Occupations and Professional Requirements

National Occupation Classification (NOC)

SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or Licensure

SINP Education Requirements Specific to this

Occupation

2133-Electrical and electronics engineers

2141-Industrial and manufacturing engineers

2142-Metallurgical and materials engineers

2147-Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)

2148-Other professional engineers

Please provide a letter from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) showing that your application for registration as an Engineer-in-Training has been approved, or, a letter from APEGS indicating that you have been assigned Confirmatory Exams.

2. Trade Occupations and Professional Requirements

National Occupation Classification (NOC)

SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or Licensure

SINP Education Requirements Specific to this

Occupation

0822-Managers in Horticulture

2225 Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists

7201-Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations

7202-Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations

7203-Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades

7204-Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades

7205-Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers

7231-Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors

7235-Structural metal and plate work fabricators and fitters

7237-Welders and related machine operators

7241-Electrician (except industrial and power system)

7243-Power system electricians*

7244-Electrical power line and cable workers

7252 Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers

7291-Roofers and shinglers

7294-Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)

7312-Heavy-duty equipment mechanics

7321-Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics, and mechanical repairers

7322-Motor vehicle body repairers

7373-Water well drillers

For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC).

For Occupations in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that you have completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and you are eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan.

If you hold a certificate of qualification from another Canadian province or hold a Red Seal certification, provide a copy of your certificate.

*Both Industrial electricians (NOC 7242) and Power system electricians (NOC 7243) are expected to meet the same licensing requirements of standard Electricians (NOC 7241) to work in Saskatchewan.

You must have completed an apprenticeship program or vocational training in your chosen trades-related occupation.

3. Other Occupations and Professional Requirements

SINP Education Requirements Specific to this Occupation

You must have completed a minimum two-year diploma program in accounting which includes specialized courses in automated accounting, taxation, financial and cost accounting, auditing, intermediate accounting, managerial accounting and accounting

Provide a copy of your valid membership with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists (SIA).

Provide a copy of the documentation you received from the SIA’s Admissions and Registration Committee detailing:

  • your “Conditional approval” for membership as an articling member;
  • your “Approval” for membership as an articling

If your education is in a discipline other than agrology, the SIA will not assess your credentials. Provide your educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization.

Provide your “Academic Certification” documentation from the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB).

Documentation from the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) showing your acceptance into the Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect (BEFA) program including an invitation to apply to the self-assessment phase (2 nd step).

Provide documentation from the Canadian Board of Examiners for Professional Surveyors (CBEPS) showing your “Candidate status” and eligibility to write the CBEPS candidate examinations.

2173-Software engineers and designers

2174-Computer programmers and interactive media developers

2175-Web designers and developers

Provide documentation from the Canadian Association of Information Technology Professionals (CIPS) showing your:

  • Certified Membership as an Information Technology Certified Professional of Canada(ITCP) http://www.cips.ca/certifcation.

For more information, visit the provincial regulator the Canadian Association of Information Technology Professionals (CIPS). http://sk.cips.ca/certification

If you have a two-year diploma in agrology, provide a copy of your valid membership as an Agricultural Technologist with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists (SIA).

Provide a copy of the documentation you received from the SIA’s Admissions and Registration Committee detailing:

  • your “Conditional approval” for membership as an articling agricultural technologist member;
  • your “Approval” for membership as an articling agricultural technologist member.

If your education is in a discipline other than agrology, the SIA will not assess your credentials. Provide your educational credential assessment (ECA)

from a designated organization.

You must have completed a degree or minimum of two year diploma program in architectural technology.

Provide a copy of your valid licensure from the Chiropractors’ Association of Saskatchewan (CAS)

Provide proof that you have graduated from a four-year Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) program that has been accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education Canada (CCEC) or the Councils on Chiropractic Education International (CCEI). The list of accredited programs and information on the national chiropractic examination eligibility can be found on the website for the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board.

Provide a copy of your valid licensure from the Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists (SSOT)

Provide a copy of the documentation you received from the Substantially Equivalent Assessment Seas (SEAS) process confirming you have fulfilled the requirements for the Professional Specific Credential Assessment (PSCA) and your eligibility to continue to the Competency Assessment.

Provide a copy of your valid licensure from the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (SSMLT) or

Provide a copy of the Credential Document Review letter from the SSMLT Registrar indicating you meet initial eligibility requirements to apply to the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (SSMLT) for a license.

NOTE: To determine eligibility for an SSMLT license, the applicant must first obtain a Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) report from the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) for the Credential Document Review

Provide a copy of your valid licensure (restricted or full) from the Saskatchewan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (SAMRT);

Provide a copy of the email from the SAMRT Registrar outlining your eligibility to apply to the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) to have your credentials assessed, AND a copy of the letter from the CAMRT notifying you of your assessment result and access to the national certification exam.

Provide documentation from Sonography Canada showing your eligibility to challenge their qualifying examinations;

Provide your Examination Confirmation Letter (ECL) or proof of Sonography Certification from the American Registry for Diagnostic MedicalSonography (ARDMS).

Note: ARDMS examinations can be written in various testing centres worldwide through Pearson VUE.

Provide a copy of your valid licensure from the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (SCoP);

Provide a copy of the correspondence from SCoP outlining your eligibility to apply to write the national certification exam related to your practice level.

Provide documentation from the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists showing your eligibility for provisional licensure.

Provide a copy of your valid registration with the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers (SASW)

If you have a Bachelor s Degree or Master s Degree in Social Work, provide your assessment of equivalency letter from the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW).

If you have a Bachelor s Degree or Master s Degree in Social Work, provide your assessment of equivalency letter from the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW).

If your education is in a discipline other than social work the CASW will not assess your credentials. Provide your educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization.

Level II or III Early Childhood Educato Certification is required for SINP eligibility.

Provide copies of your assessment letter, the Early Learning, and Child Care Assessment Sheet, and your Certificate of Qualification at Level II or III in Early Childhood Education from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.

You must have completed a degree or minimum two-year diploma program with a specialization in special education, rehabilitation, orientation and mobility, visual impairment, hearing impairment or intellectual disability.

You must have completed a minimum two-year diploma program or a vocational training program specializing in baking and pastry arts which includes at least one year of on the job training.

The SINP occupation list is subject to change periodically as per the current occupation demand in the province of Saskatchewan, hence, to confirm the latest status of your occupation, you can e-mail our Canada immigration expert at info@canadapravenue.com.

You can also submit the free assessment form to receive a call back from our representative, who will answer all your queries.

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NOC SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or Licensure
1311-Accounting Technicians
2123-Agricultural representatives, consultants, and specialists
2152-Architects
2154-Land Surveyors You must have completed a minimum three-year program in computer science, information technology, computer science systems, or a related discipline in integrated multimedia or computing science.

Computer Science engineering programs will not be considered.

2221 — Biological technologists and technicians
2251-Architectural technologists and technicians
3122-Chiropractor
3143-Occupational Therapists
3211-Medical laboratory technologists
3215-Medical radiation technologists
3216-Medical sonographers
3234-Paramedical occupations
4151-Psychologists
4152-Social Workers
4212-Social and community service workers You must have completed a degree or minimum two-year diploma program in social work, child and youth care, social science or psychology.
4214-Early Childhood Educators
4215-Instructors of persons with disabilities
6332-Bakers