SINP (Saskatchewan) International Skilled Worker Category’15 Канада


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Саскачеван обновил список востребованных профессий: добавлено 13 позиций

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В список добавлены программисты, разработчики интерактивных медиа, бухгалтеры, пекари и другие.

Информируем о том, что SINP обновил список востребованных профессий.

Сегодня, данная провинция представляет интерес в двух иммиграционных направления — International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry и International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand. В обоих случаях, правительство готово рассматривать заявления на иммиграцию в Канаду при наличии опыта работы и образования из списка приоритетных профессий. При этом предложение о работе не требуется.

Из 24 профессий, перечисленных в списке востребованных профессий в настоящее время, девять не требуют профессионального статуса или лицензирования. Все 9 профессий были добавлены в рамках обновления. Всего было добавлено 13 профессий.

Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program — обновления в списке востребованных профессий 2020

* Профессии, не требующие лицензирования

National Occupation Classification (NOC) Профессия
2174 Программисты и разработчики интерактивных медиа
2251 Архитекторы-технологи *
2255 Специалисты по геоматике и метеорологии *
3216 Медицинские сонографисты
4215 Инструкторы для инвалидов *
5254 Инструкторы по отдыху, спорту и фитнесу *
6332 Пекари *
6342 Портные, меховщики и шляпники *
7292 Стекольщики
7332 Обслуживающие устройств и ремонтники *
1331 Бухгалтеры *
1226 Планировщики конференций и мероприятий *
0423 Менеджеры социальных и коммунальных служб

Весь список востребованных в Саскачеване профессий – по этой ссылке.

Дополнительная информации о требованиях для подкатегории Express Entry SINP – здесь.

Дополнительная информации о требованиях для подкатегории Occupation In-Demand SINP – здесь.

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:

Квалифицированные работники: Int Skilled Workers

Описание категории

Данная программа иммиграции доступна для следующих заявителей:

  1. Для тех у кого есть предложение о работе – Employment Offer;
  2. Для тех, чья профессия попадает в список востребованных в провинции: OccupationInDemand;
  3. Заявители имеющие аккаунт в Express Entry – Saskatchewan Express Entry.

Подкатегория Employment Offer


Подходит для тех квалифицированных работников, которые желают проживать в Саскачеване и получили предложение о работе, для которой у них есть подходящая квалификация. Помимо этого они должны соответствовать требованиям категории.

Претенденты на данный поток должны жить за пределами Канады или иметь доказательства легального положения в Канаде, а также подтверждение того, что они не являются беженцами.

Помимо этого, существует ряд таких требований:

  • Набрать минимум 60 баллов из 100 возможных по шкале оценивания программы Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP);
  • Иметь минимум один год опыта работы за последние десять лет по профессии по которой Вам предоставлен Job Offer;
  • Предоставить результат языкового экзамена соответствующий уровню 4 по Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB);
  • Представить доказательство права на получение лицензии провинции Саскачеван, если профессия по которой Вы планируете работать в провинции является регулируемой;
  • Иметь подтверждение наличия предложения на постоянное трудоустройство в провинции Саскачеван на полный рабочий день. Для этого необходимо предоставить валидное письмо об утверждении вакансии (Job Approval Letter).

Набор баллов происходит по таким критериям:

  • Образование;
  • Опыт работы;
  • Знание языков;
  • Возраст;
  • Связь (связи) и адаптируемость к рынку труда Саскачевана.

Подкатегория Occupation In-Demand

Подходит для тех людей, у которых нет предложения о работе в Саскачеване, но они имеют высокую квалификацию в той области занятости, которая востребована в провинции.

Претенденты на данный поток должны жить за пределами Канады или иметь доказательства легального положения в Канаде, а также подтверждение того, что они не являются беженцами.

Помимо этого, необходимо соответствовать некоторым требованиям:

  • Набрать минимум 60 баллов из 100 возможных по шкале оценивания программы Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP);
  • Иметь минимум один год опыта работы за последние десять лет в перспективной профессии;
  • Получить оценку минимум 4 по языковому тесту Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB)*;
  • Иметь оконченное высшее образование или пройти обучение или стажировку, которые являются сопоставимыми с канадской системой образования, продолжительностью не менее 1 года. У Вас должен быть диплом, сертификат или степень после окончания курса обучения или стажировки;
  • Иметь минимум 1 год опыта работы за последние 10 лет в той области, в которой Вы проходили обучение или стажировку, или же на высококвалифицированной должности по шкале National Occupational >Основные критерии, по которым Вы будете оценены, являются следующими:

  • Образование;
  • Опыт работы;
  • Знание языков;
  • Возраст;
  • Связь (связи) и адаптируемость к рынку труда Саскачевана.

Подкатегория Saskatchewan Express Entry

По сути, требования все те же, что и у стрима выше. Единственным отличием является то, что заявители по этой категории уже должны иметь свой аккаунт в системе Expess Entry .

Профессии, которые входят в список востребованных, в провинции Саскачеван согласно программе иммиграции:

  1. Менеджеры социальных, общественных и исправительных учреждений;
  2. Директора по релаксационному, спортивному и фитнес сервису;
  3. Менеджеры по эксплуатации и обслуживанию объектов;
  4. Менеджеры в сельском хозяйстве;
  5. Управленческие должности в области медицинского информирования;
  6. Математики, статистики и актуарии;
  7. Биологические технологи и техники;
  8. Специалисты по ландшафту и садоводству;
  9. Инженеры-технологи и технологи;
  10. Технологи машиностроения;
  11. Механики самолетов, электрики и авионики;
  12. Подготовка технологов и техников;
  13. Технические должности в геомантике и метеорологии;
  14. Газогенераторы;
  15. Механики тяжелого оборудования;
  16. Автомобильные техники, механики грузовых автомобилей и автобусов и механические ремонтники;
  17. Сервисные работники и ремонтники электрических бытовых приборов.

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SINP (Saskatchewan) International Skilled Worker Category’15 Канада

Occupations in demand sub-category does not allow for a work permit.

The program has limited spots available and it fills in a couple hours. The program also opens with out notice so be on the watch for it to open.

People who take advantage of this program are those that have relatives in Saskatchewan, have work experience in any of the jobs that is in the list of occupation and have the financial mean to support themselves when they arrive.

This does not need a job offer if they meet the requirement as it is points based. A job offer is worth 30 points while a family member is worth 20 and the total required is only 60.

Saskatchewan Experience Category

Saskatchewan Experience Category is generally for people who have come to Canada with an LMIA and want to apply for PR.

After 6 months of work experience has been gained one can apply for a nomination certificate and then after apply for PR. A language test is not required when applying for PR if the applicant qualifies as a skilled worker.

If the applicant is in a low skilled position, a language score of CLB 4 is required.

There are five sub-categories under this provincial nominee immigration category:

The Hospitality Sector Project sub-category is for individuals who want to apply for permanent residency in Saskatchewan and who have been working in the province for an SINP-approved employer on a valid work permit as food and beverage servers, food counter attendants, kitchen helpers, or housekeeping and cleaning staff for at least six months.

SINP Entrepreneur and Farm Category

This category is for people who wish immigrate to Canada through Saskatchewan Nominee Program by actively operating a business or farm in Saskatchewan.

There are two sub-categories under this provincial nominee immigration category:

Some of the eligible businesses include: sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations, which are for-profit through the sale of goods and services. This includes buying a business, starting a new business or partnering with an existing business owner.

Eligibility for the Entrepreneur Category includes:

  • Meeting requirements under the Canada-Saskatchewan Immigration Agreement 2005.
  • Having the ability to create economic benefits for Saskatchewan.
  • Continuing the operation of an existing business in Saskatchewan or establishing a new business that can meet Saskatchewan’s planned economic needs.

Requirement for Purchasing an Existing Business:

  • The business must have been owned by one owner for at least 3 years and in continuous operation as well.
  • The investor must complete an exploratory visit to meet the business’ current owners.
  • Show proof that the investor has made efforts to provide fair market value for purchase of the business.
  • Include a succession plan that show the complete change in ownership of the business; provided the investor wants full control.
  • Commitment to maintaining current employment for the existing Canadian/permanent resident employees.
  • Commitment to maintaining current employment terms and wages.

Joint venture requirements are similar to those when purchasing an existing business and should be assessed on a case by case basis.

Joint Ventures Between SINP Applicants are considered:

  • The operation of a business with another SINP applicant in a new business.
  • The purchase of a business with another SINP applicant.
  • A partnership with a current Permanent Resident or Canadian Citizen.

There are several businesses which are not eligible for the category:

  • Property rental, investment, and leasing activities.
  • Real estate construction/development/brokerage, insurance brokerage, or business brokerage.
  • Professional services or self-employed business operations requiring accreditation/licensing.
  • Pay-day loan, cheque cashing, money changing, and cash machines.
  • Home-based businesses, such as lodgings or bed & breakfasts.
  • Co-operatives
  • Investments into a business operated primarily for deriving passive income.

To be considered for the Farm Owner/Operator category one must meet all of the following four criteria:

Saskatchewan

Seize New Opportunities in Saskatchewan

Take Advantage of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

A booming economy welcomes you to a myriad of opportunities. Saskatchewan has something for everyone, whether you’re looking for a rural lifestyle near untouched, wild beauty or a booming urban lifestyle in either Saskatoon or Regina.

Saskatchewan is always looking for skilled workers, including health professionals, hospitality workers, and long haul truck drivers. It’s also hungry for farmers and entrepreneurs ready to help to advance the province’s growth.

Learn more about available SINP programs below.

The SINP accepts applications under the following categories:

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

Each these categories may have one or more sub-categories. Below we provide you with additional information about each of these categories to help you determine if the SINP is right for you.

International Skilled Worker Category

This category accepts applications from skilled workers who plan to live and work in the Province of Saskatchewan. Applicants are measured based on a points system and can be nominated under one of three sub-categories.

International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer

This sub-category is for skilled workers with a skilled job offer from a Saskatchewan employer.

International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand

This sub-category is for highly skilled workers with experience in an in-demand occupation in Saskatchewan, who do not yet have a job offer in the province.

International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry

This sub-category enables the province to nominate individuals who are already in Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry pool and have skilled work experience in an in-demand occupation in Saskatchewan.


Saskatchewan Experience Category

This category is for foreign workers that are currently living in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Experience Category accepts applications under the following sub-categories:

Existing Work Permit

This sub-category is for individuals who have been working in Saskatchewan for at least six months under a valid work permit.

Health Professionals

This sub-category is for individuals who have worked as a physician, a nurse, or in another health profession in Saskatchewan for at least six months.

Hospitality Sector Project

This sub-category is for individuals that are currently working in Saskatchewan as food and beverage servers, food counter attendants, kitchen helpers, or housekeeping and cleaning staff for at least six months. The employer must receive approval from the Province of Saskatchewan before the applicant begins work in Canada.

Long Haul Truck Driver Project

This sub-category is for individuals who are currently working for an approved trucking firm in Saskatchewan. Drivers must be working in Saskatchewan for their current employer for a minimum of six months before applying.

Students

This sub-category is for students who have graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada. Among the requirements, the student must have worked in Saskatchewan for at least twenty-four months before applying, or for six months if the institution is in Saskatchewan.

Entrepreneur and Farm Category

This category is for individuals who wish to own and actively operate a business or farming operation in Saskatchewan.

Entrepreneur Sub-Category

This sub-category is for individuals who wish to invest management talent and capital in Saskatchewan by establishing, acquiring, or partnering in a business the province. Candidates are expected to take on an active management role in the business. This sub-category functions on an Expression of Interest model.

Farm Owners and Operators Sub-Category

This sub-category is for experienced farmers with considerable capital looking to invest in a farming operation and settle in the province of Saskatchewan, and a genuine.

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Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Category

The Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Category welcomes those skilled candidates who are seeking residency and have intent to work in the state of Saskatchewan. Interested applicants are judged on the basis of a specified points system and can receive a nomination under any of the below mentioned sub-categories.

International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer

The subcategory of International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer is designed for skilled workers having an employment offer from an authorized Saskatchewan employer.

International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand List

The international skilled worker- occupations in demand subcategory are designed for candidates who have experience in any of Saskatchewan’s in demand occupations. Under this subcategory the candidate doesn’t require a job offer from the province before applying unlike the other International skilled worker immigration programs.

Note: From April 1st, 2020. All applicants under the occupations In-demand sub category are required to show proof of an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from a designated organization.

Check the Saskatchewan Occupation – in-demand list to see if you possess work experience in the field that is present in Saskatchewan.

Find out if you are eligible to apply or not with the help of SINP: International Skilled Worker-Occupations In-Demand Point Calculator.

Get more information on eligibility criteria under the International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand, click here.

International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry

International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry allows the province to provide nomination to skilled workers whose profile has already been submitted in the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Express Entry Candidate pool and also holds skilled work experiences in an occupation which is present in the Saskatchewan Occupation – in-demand list.

Saskatchewan

Саскачеван является одной из самых динамично развивающихся провинций Канады по показателям темпов экономического роста и населения, во многом благодаря активной иммиграции со всех уголков мира.

Саскачеван является одной из «провинций района прерий» западной Канады. Ее экономика основана преимущественно на сельском хозяйстве и таких важных направлениях сектора природных ресурсов, как лесная промышленность и рыболовство. В провинции находятся крупнейшие города Саскатун и Реджайна, а также обширные территории первозданной природы.

В провинции действует провинциальная иммиграционная программа Саскачевана (SINP (Saskatchewan’s Provincial Nominee Program)), с помощью которой потенциальные иммигранты, обладающие востребованными в провинции квалификациями и опытом, могут получить сертификат кандидата провинции Саскачеван (Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Certificate), позволяющий ускорить процесс рассмотрения заявления иностранного гражданина на получение вида на жительство в Канаде по сравнению с иными иммиграционными классами.

SINP принимает заявления по следующим категориям:

  • категория международных квалифицированных специалистов (International Skilled Worker);
  • категория квалифицированных специалистов, имеющих опыт работы в провинции (Saskatchewan Experience);
  • категория предпринимателей и фермеров (Entrepreneur and Farm).

Каждая из указанных категорий может иметь одну или несколько подкатегорий. Ниже представлена дополнительная информация о каждой из таких категорий, которая поможет вам понять, подходит ли вам программа SINP.

Категория международных квалифицированных специалистов (International Skilled Worker)

В рамках данной категории принимаются заявления от квалифицированных специалистов, которые планируют жить и работать в Саскачеване. Заявители оцениваются по балльной системе и могут получить номинацию по одной из следующих подкатегорий.

Подкатегория квалифицированных специалистов, получивших предложение о работе от местного работодателя (Employment Offer)

Данная подкатегория ориентирована на квалифицированных специалистов, получивших предложение о работе от работодателя в Саскачеване.

Подкатегория квалифицированных специалистов востребованных направлений (Occupations In-Demand)

Данная подкатегория ориентирована на высококвалифицированных специалистов с опытом работы в Саскачеване по востребованным в провинции профессиям, которые еще не получили конкретного предложения о работе от местного работодателя.

Подкатегория квалифицированных специалистов, зарегистрированных в системе Express Entry (Saskatchewan Express Entry)

Данная подкатегория позволяет провинции отобрать кандидатов, уже включенных в пул федеральной системы отбора Express Entry по программам IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada — Управление Канады по вопросам иммиграции, беженцев и гражданства), которые имеют опыт работы в квалифицированных позициях и образование, востребованные в Саскачеване.

Категория квалифицированных специалистов, имеющих опыт работы в провинции (Saskatchewan Experience)

Данная категория ориентирована на иностранных работников, которые уже проживают в Саскачеване. В рамках данной категории заявления принимаются по следующим подкатегориям:

Специалисты, имеющие действующее разрешение на работу в провинции (Existing Work Permit)

Данная подкатегория ориентирована на лиц, работающих в Саскачеване не менее шести месяцев по действующему разрешению на работу.

Медицинские работники (Health Professionals)

Данная подкатегория ориентирована на врачей, средний медицинский персонал и иных специалистов сферы здравоохранения, работающих в Саскачеване не менее шести месяцев.

Работники гостиничного бизнеса (Hospitality Sector Project)

Данная подкатегория ориентирована на лиц, в настоящее время работающих в Саскачеване в качестве официантов, помощников на кухне или уборщиков не менее шести месяцев. Работодатель должен получить одобрение провинции Саскачеван до того, как заявитель начнет работать в Канаде.

Водители-дальнобойщики (Long Haul Truck Driver Project)

Данная подкатегория ориентирована на лиц, в настоящее время работающих в Саскачеване на одобренную автотранспортную компанию. Водители должны работать на своего текущего работодателя в Саскачеване не менее шести месяцев до подачи документов.

Студенты (Students)

Данная подкатегория ориентирована на студентов, окончивших признанное в Канаде высшее или среднее специальное учебное заведение. Требования включают опыт работы в провинции не менее 6 месяцев для выпускников учебных заведений Саскачевана и не менее 24 месяцев для выпускников учебных заведений иных провинций.

Категория предпринимателей и фермеров (Entrepreneur and Farm)

Данная категория ориентирована на лиц, планирующих владеть и активно управлять бизнесом или фермерским хозяйством в Саскачеване.

Подкатегория предпринимателей (Entrepreneur)

Данная категория ориентирована на лиц, планирующих инвестировать капитал и управленческие усилия в экономику Саскачевана путем открытия, приобретения или партнерства в местном предприятии. От кандидатов ожидается активное участие в управлении таким предприятием. Данная подкатегория работает по модели Expression of Interest (заполнение анкеты в режиме онлайн в целях выражения заинтересованности в качестве первого шага иммиграционного процесса).

Подкатегория владельцев и операторов ферм (Farm Owners and Operators)

Данная категория ориентирована на опытных фермеров, обладающих значительным капиталом и имеющих истинное намерение инвестировать его в фермерское хозяйства и переехать в Саскачеван на постоянное место жительства.

Key Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Category Opens For Applications

July 28, 2020 – Saskatchewan immigration’s popular International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry category opened for applications on Thursday, July 27.

The Canada Express Entry stream is currently accepting 600 applications, according to www.saskatchewan.ca.


“To be accepted, your application must be complete with all required documents or it will be returned and the application fee will not be refunded,” said a statement on the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) website.

The category is aimed at skilled workers wishing to live and work in Saskatchewan, have a profile in the Canada Express Entry Pool and meet specific criteria.

Candidates must pay a non-refundable $300 fee on submitting their application.

Eligibility: International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry

Candidates from outside Canada, or with legal status in Canada, qualify for this Saskatchewan immigration category, provided they are not a refugee claimant.

Additionally, candidates must:

  • Have a profile in the Canada Express Entry Pool and a job seeker validation code.
  • Score a minimum of 60 points out of 100 on the SINP grid.
  • Provide valid language test results from a designated testing agency. The results should match what you declared in your Express Entry profile.
  • Have completed at least one year of post-secondary education, training or apprenticeship that’s comparable to the Canadian education system. You should have earned a diploma, certificate or degree.
  • Have at least one of the following:
    • One year of work experience in the past 10 years in a skilled profession (non-trades);
    • Two years of work experience in a skilled trade in the past five years; or
    • One year of work experience in Canada in the past three years (trades and non-trades).
  • Have work experience in a high skilled occupation in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) 0, A or B considered in demand in Saskatchewan.
  • Prove you are eligible for a license in Saskatchewan, where your profession is regulated, or a skilled trade. For skilled trades, a certificate is required from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission.
  • Have proof of settlement funds and a settlement plan.

Meanwhile, Saskatchewan immigration has updated and expanded its list of occupations in demand in the province.

Saskatchewan Occupations in Demand

National Occupation Classification (NOC) Occupations
211 Engineering managers
2131 Civil engineers
2132 Mechanical engineers
2133 Electrical and electronics engineers
2141 Industrial and manufacturing engineers
2147 Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)
2151 Architects
2154 Land surveyors
2173 Software engineers and designers
2175 Web designers and developer
4151 Psychologists
4212 Social and community service workers
4214 Early childhood educators and assistants
3211 Medical laboratory technologists
3216 Medical sonographers
124 Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
423 Managers in social, community and correctional services
1112 Financial and investment analysts
1122 Professional occupations in business management consulting
1123 Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations
2211 Chemical technologists and technicians
2212 Geological and mineral technologists and technicians
2121 Biologists and related scientists
2123 Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists
2225 Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists
2231 Civil engineering technologists and technicians
2241 Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
2242 Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)
2243 Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
2253 Drafting technologists and technicians
714 Facility operation and maintenance managers
6331 Meat cutters
7231 Machinists
7272 Cabinetmakers
7311 Industrial mechanics
7312 Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
7321 Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics
7322 Motor vehicle body repairers
7237 Welders
811 Managers in natural resources production and fishing
821 Managers in agriculture
911 Manufacturing managers
912 Utilities managers

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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) runs three streams via which the province may nominate candidates for Canadian permanent residence:

  1. International Skilled Worker
  2. Saskatchewan Experience
  3. Business Immigration

1. SINP International Skilled Worker Category

The SINP’s International Skilled Worker Category enables the province to nominate skilled workers with the required education, experience, and language abilities to successfully establish in Saskatchewan.

There are three sub-categories under this provincial immigration category:

  • International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry
  • International Skilled Worker – Occupation In-Demand
  • International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer

On July 16, 2020, the SINP moved to an Expression of Interest System for its Occupation In-Demand and Express Entry sub-categories.

International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry

This sub-category enables the province to nominate individuals who are already in Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry pool and who have the necessary education, skilled work experience, language ability, and other factors to help them settle successfully and integrate into Saskatchewan’s labour market and communities.

As candidates must be in the federal Express Entry pool, all candidates must be eligible for one of the three federal economic immigration programs:

This sub-category is for skilled workers who:

Eligibility

To be eligible for this sub-category, you must pay a non-refundable $300 application fee online by Visa or Mastercard. It is the last step required in order to submit your application.

You may qualify for this sub-category if you live outside Canada or have proof of legal status in Canada, are not a refugee claimant and:

  • Are accepted into IRCC’s Express Entry Pool, have an Express Entry profile Number and Job Seeker Validation Code.
  • Score a minimum of 60 points out of 100 on the SINP point assessment grid.
  • Provide valid language test results from a designated testing agency. The results should match what you declared in your Express Entry profile.
  • Have completed post-secondary education, training or apprenticeship that’s comparable to the Canadian education system of at least one year in length. You must have earned a diploma, certificate or degree.
  • For degrees or diplomas obtained outside Canada, you must have an educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization, as per IRCC’s list of approved organizations.
  • Have at least one of the following in your field of education or training occupation:
    • One year work experience in the past 10 years in a skilled profession (non-trades);
    • Two years work experience in a skilled trade in the past five years; or
    • Twelve months work experience in Canada in the past three years (trades and non-trades).
  • Have work experience in a high skilled occupation in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) Matrix level “A”, “B” or “0” that’s included on the SINP In-Demand Occupation List.
  • You may be required to provide proof of Professional Status or Licensure (for regulated occupations or those with professional certification standards in Canada and/or Saskatchewan) for your occupation. Please see the SINP In-Demand Occupation List for these requirements. If you are requested to provide proof of licensure, your application will be held for processing until such proof is provided – all other required documents must be included in your application or your application will be returned as incomplete and your application fee will not be refunded. Do not provide licensure documents unless you have been advised by the SINP.
  • Have proof of settlement funds and a settlement plan.

The program criteria can change at any time, but we’ll use what was on this website when we received your complete application.

To apply for this sub-category, you must submit an Expression of Interest. Candidates that are eligible and meet selection criteria will receive an invitation to submit an application. The points scores associated with an Expression of Interest profile will determine the likelihood of receiving an invitation. Those with high scores within the pool of candidates will have a greater chance of being invited to apply.

When you receive an Invitation to Apply, you must pay a non-refundable $300 application fee online by Visa or Mastercard. It is the last step required in order to submit your complete application.

What is an International Skilled Worker Expression of Interest (EOI)?

An International Skilled Worker EOI is not an application to the SINP.

An International Skilled Worker EOI is a pre-application process which allows candidates to fill in an online form to indicate their interest in applying to the SINP and demonstrate their qualifications.

Not all candidates who submit an International Skilled Worker EOI will be invited to apply to the SINP. There are no limits on the number of candidates who can submit an EOI, however, candidates can only have one EOI profile.

For assistance on how to create your EOI profile, please see the EOI OASIS Guide.

Who Can’t Apply Through the Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-Category?

The following can’t apply through this sub-category:

  • Refugee claimants in Canada who are claiming refugee status from the Government of Canada.
  • Those not accepted into the Express Entry pool.

Also, if any of these are true, you may not be eligible for nomination by the SINP:

    You d >Assessment Rating

You’ll need to score at least 60 out of 100 points on the Point Assessment Grid to be considered for nomination by the SINP.

Points are awarded based on the following five factors:

  • Education and training;
  • Skilled work experience;
  • Language ability;
  • Age; and,
  • Connection(s) and adaptability to the Saskatchewan labour market.

Be sure to provide documents to prove that you’re eligible and meet the five factors above. For example, if you claim 20 points for having a university degree, you must attach a copy of your university degree and complete transcripts. If your degree is printed in a language other than English or French, you must also attach a translated version.

How To Apply

The International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-category

Submit an online profile in Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry System. Once you’re accepted into the Express Entry Pool, you’ll receive a Profile Number and Job Seeker Validation Code. Next, follow the steps below.

All Sub-Categories in the International Skilled Worker Category and the Saskatchewan Experience Category
  1. Obtain all the required documents. Complete the required provincial and federal forms and any other federal forms that apply to your situation.

  2. Review and organize your completed forms and supporting documents to ensure you have a complete application package.
  3. Apply at SINP Apply Online. If you received an Invitation to Apply (ITA) as an EOI candidate, you must login using the same account that you created for your EOI profile. If you are applying with a job offer, you’ll need to create an account.
  4. Complete the different sections of your online application. Scan and upload all your completed forms and required documents in PDF format onto your online application. Keep the originals for your records.
  5. Save, pay the fee (Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand subcategories only) and submit your application online.

Be sure to complete, scan and submit the following to the SINP, as part of your application:

  • All provincial and federal forms you’ll need for your application; and
  • All required documents.

Your application may be rejected if documents are:

If the SINP rejects your application, we will send you instructions on what is required or missing and how to apply again.

Applicants can only have one active application with the SINP at any one time. Multiple applications will not be accepted.

General Guidelines for Completing the Forms

  • Be sure to upload and save all federal forms to your SINP online application.
  • If you need more space for any form, attach a separate sheet of paper to the back of the intended form and indicate the number of the question you are answering.
  • Answer all questions. Your application will be rejected if you leave any sections blank.
  • Write the answer “None”, for any sections that don’t apply to you. For example, on Schedule A – Background/Declaration, question 11 is about past military service. If you have never served in the military, answer this question with “None”.
  • If your application is accepted and the information you provide in the forms changes before you arrive in Canada, you must inform the SINP office and the visa office where your application was sent. Be sure to do this even if your visa has already been issued.

Include all dependents in Your Application

You must list all dependents on your application to the SINP even if they’re not coming to Canada with you. The dependents to list include:

  • Spouse – A husband or wife of the opposite or same sex;
  • Common-law partner – A person of the opposite or same sex that you’ve lived with in a relationship like a marriage, for at least one full year; and,
  • Dependent children – Daughters and sons (including step-children, children adopted before the age of 22, and children who are not in your custody) who:
    • are under the age of 22 and do not have a spouse or common-law partner; and/or
    • are 22 years old or older and have depended on your financial support since before the age of 22; and
    • they are unable to financially support themselves because of a mental or physical condition.

Parents and siblings of the principal applicant cannot be included in the SINP application.

If you don’t include dependent family members in your application, they can’t be nominated for permanent residency later. If you have dependents that won’t be coming with you to Canada, you must provide a detailed reason and supporting documentation stating why they won’t be coming with you. Acceptable reasons and documentation are a legal separation and custody orders. The SINP may disqualify your application if your dependents are not coming with you and the supporting documentation is not enough (e.g. financial reasons, unresolved custody issues, etc).

To have your dependent family members join you in Canada later, you’ll need to:

  • Apply to the Government of Canada’s Family Sponsorship program or to another immigration category.
  • Have that application approved before your dependent family members can join you in Canada

After You Apply

The International Skilled Worker Category – Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-category
  • Once the SINP receives your complete online application, it will be assessed against the eligibility criteria.
  • The SINP will email you a receipt letter once your application is received. Your application number will not change. Use it in all your submissions or any inquiries you may have during the assessment process.
  • The SINP will only contact you (by email) if they have questions about missing documents and/or with the results of your assessment.
  • If the SINP decides you’re not eligible for immigration to the province, you’ll be informed. You may apply again at a later date if your situation changes and you meet the requirements.
  • If you’re approved for immigration under the SINP, you’ll be nominated to the federal government for permanent residency status.

What Happens After You Are Approved for Nomination

  1. The SINP will enter the details of your nomination in the Express Entry system.
  2. Next, IRCC will ask you to confirm that you accept the SINP’s nomination. You’ll have 30 days to accept the SINP nomination in the Express Entry system.
  3. After you accept your SINP nomination, IRCC will invite you to apply for permanent res >Other International Skilled Worker or Saskatchewan Experience Sub-categories
  • The SINP will email you a receipt letter once your application is received. Your application number will not change. Use it in all your submissions or any inquiries you may have during the assessment process.
  • Once the SINP receives your complete online application, it will be assessed against the eligibility criteria.
  • The SINP will only contact you (by email) if they have questions about missing documents and/or with the results of your assessment.
  • If the SINP decides you’re not eligible for immigration to the province, you’ll be informed. You may apply again at a later date if your situation changes and you meet the requirements.
  • If you are approved for immigration under the SINP, you will be nominated to the federal government for Permanent Residency status.

What Happens after You are Approved for Nomination

    Apply to IRCC using the instructions sent to you with your SINP nomination. All applications for permanent res >Expression of Interest (EOI) Points Assessment Grid

Candidates in the SINP’s International Skilled Worker Category Expression of Interest (EOI) pool are assessed according to the following five factors: education and training, skilled work experience, language ability, age, and connection(s) to the Saskatchewan labour market and adaptability. To enter the SINP EOI pool, candidates are required to score a minimum of 60 out of 100 points in the EOI Points Grid, among other eligibility requirements, in order to be considered.

Selection Factors

Selection factor Points
Education and training Maximum 23 points
Skilled work experience Maximum 15 points
Language ability Maximum 20 points
Age Maximum 12 points
Connection to Saskatchewan labour market Maximum 30 points
Total Maximum 100 points
Pass mark: 60 points

Factor 1: Education and Training

The applicant will receive points for his or her education according to documented proof of completed post-secondary education and/or training programs from a nationally or provincially recognized institution or regulatory body.

Copies of diplomas, certificates, or degrees for any education/training with complete transcripts must be included in order to receive points under this selection factor.

Education & Training Points
Master’s or Doctorate degree 23
University degree that required at least three years of full-time study 20
Trade certification equivalent to journey person status in Saskatchewan 20
Degree, diploma or certificate that required at least two years of full-time post-secondary study, or certificate equivalent 15
Degree, diploma or certificate that required at least one year of full-time post-secondary study, or certificate equivalent to a trade certificate 12

Factor 2: Skilled Work Experience

Points are calculated under this selection factor according to documented proof of skilled work experience (NOC 0, A, B or a designated trade) in the applicant’s intended occupation in the previous ten years. Two points are awarded for each year of work experience in the most recent five years, and one point is awarded for each year in the six to ten year period prior to applying.

The applicant must show at least one year of full-time, or part-time equivalent, paid work experience in his or her intended occupation in order to be eligible.

Documentation must include a letter of reference from the supervisor or Human Resources officer for each work experience listed, the applicant’s official work book, or other official government documentation.

Work experience during the most recent five years prior to application Points
5 years 10
4 years 8
3 years 6
2 years 4
1 year 2
Work experience during the six to ten year period prior to application Points
5 years 5
4 years 4
3 years 3
2 years 2
1 year

Factor 3: Language Ability

The applicant will receive points for his or her ability in either of Canada’s official languages, English or French. If proficient in both, the applicant should choose the language that he or she is most comfortable with.

Proof of language proficiency is required in the form of official results of a recent SINP-approved language test, such as the International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS, General Training), Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) and Test d’evaluation de francais (TEF).

Applicants must score a minimum of CLB 4 in order to be eligible.

Language ability Points
CLB 8 and higher 20
CLB 7 18
CLB 6 16
CLB 5 14
CLB 4 12
English or French native speaker without language test results

The applicant will receive points according to his or her age on the date of application to the SINP.


Age Points
Less than 18 years
18-21 years 8
22-34 years 12
35-45 years 10
46-50 years 8
Over 50 years

Factor 5: Connections to the Saskatchewan Labour Market and Adaptability

The applicant will receive points for his or her connection to the Saskatchewan labour market and ability to successfully settle and economically establish in Saskatchewan as a permanent resident through document proof of a high skilled employment offer.

Connection to the Saskatchewan Labour Market Points
High skilled employment offerThe applicant has a job offer for an occupation classified at NOC level 0, A, B or a designated trade in Saskatchewan 30
Close relative in SaskatchewanThe applicant or accompanying spouse has a close relative that is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident residing in Saskatchewan. Close relatives include:Parents,Siblings,Grandparents,Aunts and uncles,Nieces and nephews,Cousins, andStep-family members or in-laws of the same relationships.The family members in Saskatchewan must meet the requirements as listed in the Application Guide 20
Previous work experience in Saskatchewan The applicant worked in Saskatchewan for at least twelve cumulative months in the past five years on a valid work permit 5
Previous student experience in SaskatchewanThe applicant studied at a recognized Saskatchewan education institution for at least one full-time academic year on a valid study permit 5

SINP In-Demand Occupation List

Licensure not required

NOC Occupation
0821 Managers in agriculture
8252 Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers

Licensure required

NOC Occupation SINP Requirements Related to Professional Status or Licensure
0822 Managers in horticulture For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 2154 Land surveyors Provide documentation from the Canadian Board of Examiners for Professional Surveyors (CBEPS) showing your “Candidate status” and eligibility to write the CBEPS candidate examinations. 3111 Psychiatrists Provide a copy of valid licensure (regular, provisional, or ministerial) from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS);orProvide a copy of the correspondence from Saskdocs including acknowledgement of candidate’s eligibility letter for examination or certification with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Psychiatry (eligibility for examinations must have two or more years of eligibility remaining) and next steps to obtain licensure to work in Saskatchewan from the CPSS. 3211 Medical laboratory technologists Provide a copy of your valid licensure (temporary or provisional) from the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (SSMLT).

NOTE: To determine eligibility for a SSMLT licence (temporary or provisional), SSMLT first requires a Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) report from the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science(CSMLS). 3215 Medical Radiation Technologists Provide a copy of valid licensure (restricted or full) from the Saskatchewan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (SAMRT);orProvide a copy of the email from the SAMRT Registrar outlining candidate’s 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 a candidate of his or her assessment results and access to the national certification exam. 3234 Paramedics Provide a copy of valid licensure from the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics (SCoP);orProvide a copy of the correspondence from SCoP outlining candidate’s eligibility to apply to write the national certification exam related to a candidate’s practice level. 4151 Psychologists Provide documentation from the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists showing your eligibility for provisional licensure. 4212 Social and community service workers Provide your assessment of equivalency letter from the Canadian Association of Social Workersshowing your foreign credential is equivalent to a Canadian Bachelor or Masters of Social Work. 4214 Early childhood educators and assistants Provide copies of assessment letter, the Early Learning and Child Care Assessment Sheet, and Certificate of Qualification in Early Childhood Education from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. 6331 Meat cutters For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires candidates to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 7201 Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 7204 Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 7311 Industrial mechanics For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires individuals to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 7312 Heavy-duty equipment mechanics For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires candidates to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 7321 Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires candidates to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 7322 Motor vehicle body repairers For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires candidates to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 7237 Welders For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires candidates to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

For Occupation in Demand applications, provide a letter of approval from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), stating that the applicant has completed the trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and is eligible to write exams in Saskatchewan. 7384 Recreation Vehicle Service For Express Entry applications, provide a Certificate of Qualification from the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), which requires a trade qualifier assessment (step 1) and requires candidates to write exams in Saskatchewan (step 2).

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

2. International Skilled Worker – Occupation In-Demand

This sub-category is for skilled workers who have experience in one of Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations . No job offer in the province is required under this sub-category of International Skilled Worker immigration.

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for this sub-category, you must pay a non-refundable $300 application fee online by Visa or Mastercard. It is the last step required in order to submit your application.

You may qualify for this sub-category if you live outside Canada or have proof of legal status in Canada, are not a refugee claimant and:

  • Score a minimum of 60 points out of 100 on the SINP point assessment grid;
  • Have a language score of at least Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4.
    • Employers and regulatory bodies may ask for language scores that are higher than CLB 4;
  • Have completed post-secondary education, training or apprenticeship that’s comparable to the Canadian education system of at least one year in length. You must have earned a diploma, certificate or degree with this.
  • For degrees and diplomas obtained outside of Canada, you must have an educational credential assessment (ECA) from a designated organization, as per IRCC’s list of approved organizations.
  • Have at least one of the following in your field of education or training occupation:
    • One year work experience in the past 10 years in a skilled profession (non-trades);
    • Two years work experience in a skilled trade in the past five years; or
    • Twelve months work experience in Canada in the past three years (trades and non-trades).
  • Have work experience in a high skilled occupation in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) Matrix level “A”, “B” or “0” that’s included on the SINP In-Demand Occupation List.
  • You may be required to provide proof of Professional Status or Licensure (for regulated occupations or those with professional certification standards in Canada and/or Saskatchewan) for your occupation. Please see the SINP In-Demand Occupation List for these requirements. If you are requested to provide proof of licensure, your application will be held for processing until such proof is provided – all other required documents must be included in your application or your application will be returned as incomplete and your application fee will not be refunded. Do not provide licensure documents unless you have been advised by the SINP.
  • Have proof of settlement funds and a settlement plan.

The program criteria can change at any time, but we’ll use what was on this website when we received your complete application.

To apply for this sub-category, you must submit an Expression of Interest. Candidates that are eligible and meet selection criteria will receive an invitation to submit an application. The points scores associated with an Expression of Interest profile will determine the likelihood of receiving an invitation. Those with high scores within the pool of candidates will have a greater chance of being invited to apply.

When you receive an Invitation to Apply, you must pay a non-refundable $300 application fee online by Visa or Mastercard. It is the last step required in order to submit your complete application.

What is an International Skilled Worker Expression of Interest (EOI)?

An International Skilled Worker EOI is not an application to the SINP.

An International Skilled Worker EOI is a pre-application process which allows candidates to fill in an online form to indicate their interest in applying to the SINP and demonstrate their qualifications.

Not all candidates who submit an International Skilled Worker EOI will be invited to apply to the SINP. There are no limits on the number of candidates who can submit an EOI, however, candidates can only have one EOI profile.

For assistance on how to create your EOI profile, please see the EOI OASIS Guide.

Who can’t apply through International Skilled Worker Category: Occupation In-Demand?

  • Refugee claimants in Canada claiming refugee status from the Government of Canada.

You may not be eligible for nomination if any of the following situations is true:

  • You failed to submit documentation as requested by SINP;
  • You failed to establish that your intent to live and work in Saskatchewan is genuine; and,
  • You and or your representative have intentionally misrepresented yourselves in the application.

Assessment Rating

You must score a minimum of 60 points out of 100 points on the Point Assessment Grid to be considered for nomination.

You are awarded points on the basis of five factors:

  • education and training;
  • skilled work experience;
  • language ability;
  • age; and,
  • connections to the Saskatchewan labour market and adaptability.

You must attach documents to support the information for the eligibility criteria and points factors. For example, if you claim 20 points for having a university degree, you must attach a copy of your university degree and complete transcripts. If your degree is printed in a language other than English or French, you must also attach a translated version.

How to Apply

Applications that are submitted where documents are missing or not translated will be considered incomplete and the application will be closed. If your application is closed, you will be sent a letter and advised to reapply at a later date with a complete application.

The International Skilled Worker – Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-category

Submit an online profile in Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry System. Once you’re accepted into the Express Entry Pool, you’ll receive a Profile Number and Job Seeker Validation Code. Next, follow the steps below.

All Sub-Categories in the International Skilled Worker Category and the Saskatchewan Experience Category

  1. Obtain all the required documents. Complete the required provincial and federal forms and any other federal forms that apply to your situation.
  2. Review and organize your completed forms and supporting documents to ensure you have a complete application package.
  3. Apply at SINP Apply Online. If you received an Invitation to Apply (ITA) as an EOI candidate, you must login using the same account that you created for your EOI profile. If you are applying with a job offer, you’ll need to create an account.
  4. Complete the different sections of your online application. Scan and upload all your completed forms and required documents in PDF format onto your online application. Keep the originals for your records.
  5. Save, pay the fee (Saskatchewan Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand subcategories only) and submit your application online.


Be sure to complete, scan and submit the following to the SINP, as part of your application:

  • All provincial and federal forms you’ll need for your application; and
  • All required documents.

Your application may be rejected if documents are:

If the SINP rejects your application, we will send you instructions on what is required or missing and how to apply again.

Applicants can only have one active application with the SINP at any one time. Multiple applications will not be accepted.

General Guidelines for Completing the Forms

  • Be sure to upload and save all federal forms to your SINP online application.
  • If you need more space for any form, attach a separate sheet of paper to the back of the intended form and indicate the number of the question you are answering.
  • Answer all questions. Your application will be rejected if you leave any sections blank.
  • Write the answer “None”, for any sections that don’t apply to you. For example, on Schedule A – Background/Declaration, question 11 is about past military service. If you have never served in the military, answer this question with “None”.
  • If your application is accepted and the information you provide in the forms changes before you arrive in Canada, you must inform the SINP office and the visa office where your application was sent. Be sure to do this even if your visa has already been issued.

Include all dependents in Your Application

You must list all dependents on your application to the SINP even if they’re not coming to Canada with you. The dependents to list include:

  • Spouse – A husband or wife of the opposite or same sex;
  • Common-law partner – A person of the opposite or same sex that you’ve lived with in a relationship like a marriage, for at least one full year; and,
  • Dependent children – Daughters and sons (including step-children, children adopted before the age of 22, and children who are not in your custody) who:
    • are under the age of 22 and do not have a spouse or common-law partner; and/or
    • are 22 years old or older and have depended on your financial support since before the age of 22; and
    • they are unable to financially support themselves because of a mental or physical condition.

Parents and siblings of the principal applicant cannot be included in the SINP application.

If you don’t include dependent family members in your application, they can’t be nominated for permanent residency later. If you have dependents that won’t be coming with you to Canada, you must provide a detailed reason and supporting documentation stating why they won’t be coming with you. Acceptable reasons and documentation are a legal separation and custody orders. The SINP may disqualify your application if your dependents are not coming with you and the supporting documentation is not enough (e.g. financial reasons, unresolved custody issues, etc).

To have your dependent family members join you in Canada later, you’ll need to:

  • Apply to the Government of Canada’s Family Sponsorship program or to another immigration category.
  • Have that application approved before your dependent family members can join you in Canada.
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2. After You Apply

The International Skilled Worker Category – Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-category

  • Once the SINP receives your complete online application, it will be assessed against the eligibility criteria.
  • The SINP will email you a receipt letter once your application is received. Your application number will not change. Use it in all your submissions or any inquiries you may have during the assessment process.
  • The SINP will only contact you (by email) if they have questions about missing documents and/or with the results of your assessment.
  • If the SINP decides you’re not eligible for immigration to the province, you’ll be informed. You may apply again at a later date if your situation changes and you meet the requirements.
  • If you’re approved for immigration under the SINP, you’ll be nominated to the federal government for permanent residency status.

What Happens After You Are Approved for Nomination

  1. The SINP will enter the details of your nomination in the Express Entry system.
  2. Next, IRCC will ask you to confirm that you accept the SINP’s nomination. You’ll have 30 days to accept the SINP nomination in the Express Entry system.
  3. After you accept your SINP nomination, IRCC will invite you to apply for permanent res >Other International Skilled Worker or Saskatchewan Experience Sub-categories
  • The SINP will email you a receipt letter once your application is received. Your application number will not change. Use it in all your submissions or any inquiries you may have during the assessment process.
  • Once the SINP receives your complete online application, it will be assessed against the eligibility criteria.
  • The SINP will only contact you (by email) if they have questions about missing documents and/or with the results of your assessment.
  • If the SINP decides you’re not eligible for immigration to the province, you’ll be informed. You may apply again at a later date if your situation changes and you meet the requirements.
  • If you are approved for immigration under the SINP, you will be nominated to the federal government for Permanent Residency status.

What Happens after You are Approved for Nomination

    Apply to IRCC using the instructions sent to you with your SINP nomination. All applications for permanent res >3. International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer

This sub-category is for skilled workers who have already received an offer of employment from a Saskatchewan employer. The job offer must be approved by the SINP before the candidate can apply or the application will be rejected immediately. In order to have the position assessed, the Saskatchewan employer must register on the SINP Employer website. Once the position is approved, the employer will receive a Job Approval Letter, a copy of which must be submitted with the candidate’s application to the SINP.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements

In order to be eligible under the International Skilled Worker – Employment Offer sub-category, applicants must:

    Have legal status, if currently res >Expression of Interest (EOI) Points Assessment Grid

Candidates in the SINP’s International Skilled Worker Category Expression of Interest (EOI) pool are assessed according to the following five factors: education and training, skilled work experience, language ability, age, and connection(s) to the Saskatchewan labour market and adaptability. To enter the SINP EOI pool, candidates are required to score a minimum of 60 out of 100 points in the EOI Points Grid, among other eligibility requirements, in order to be considered.

Selection Factors

Selection factor Points
Education and training Maximum 23 points
Skilled work experience Maximum 15 points
Language ability Maximum 20 points
Age Maximum 12 points
Connection to Saskatchewan labour market Maximum 30 points
Total Maximum 100 points
Pass mark: 60 points

Factor 1: Education and Training

The applicant will receive points for his or her education according to documented proof of completed post-secondary education and/or training programs from a nationally or provincially recognized institution or regulatory body.

Copies of diplomas, certificates, or degrees for any education/training with complete transcripts must be included in order to receive points under this selection factor.

Education & Training Points
Master’s or Doctorate degree 23
University degree that required at least three years of full-time study 20
Trade certification equivalent to journey person status in Saskatchewan 20
Degree, diploma or certificate that required at least two years of full-time post-secondary study, or certificate equivalent 15
Degree, diploma or certificate that required at least one year of full-time post-secondary study, or certificate equivalent to a trade certificate 12

Factor 2: Skilled Work Experience

Points are calculated under this selection factor according to documented proof of skilled work experience (NOC 0, A, B or a designated trade) in the applicant’s intended occupation in the previous ten years. Two points are awarded for each year of work experience in the most recent five years, and one point is awarded for each year in the six to ten year period prior to applying.

The applicant must show at least one year of full-time, or part-time equivalent, paid work experience in his or her her intended occupation in order to be eligible.

Documentation must include a letter of reference from the supervisor or Human Resources officer for each work experience listed, the applicant’s official work book, or other official government documentation.

Work experience during the most recent five years prior to application Points
5 years 10
4 years 8
3 years 6
2 years 4
1 year 2
Work experience during the six to ten year period prior to application Points
5 years 5
4 years 4
3 years 3
2 years 2
1 year

Factor 3: Language Ability

The applicant will receive points for his or her ability in either of Canada’s official languages, English or French. If proficient in both, the applicant should choose the language that he or she is most comfortable with.

Proof of language proficiency is required in the form of official results of a recent SINP-approved language test, such as the International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS, General Training), Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) and Test d’evaluation de francais (TEF).

Applicants must score a minimum of CLB 4 in order to be eligible.

Language ability Points
CLB 8 and higher 20
CLB 7 18
CLB 6 16
CLB 5 14
CLB 4 12
English or French native speaker without language test results

The applicant will receive points according to his or her age on the date of application to the SINP.

Age Points
Less than 18 years
18-21 years 8
22-34 years 12
35-45 years 10
46-50 years 8
Over 50 years

Factor 5: Connections to the Saskatchewan Labour Market and Adaptability


The applicant will receive points for his or her connection to the Saskatchewan labour market and ability to successfully settle and economically establish in Saskatchewan as a permanent resident through document proof of a high skilled employment offer.

Connection to the Saskatchewan Labour Market Points
High skilled employment offerThe applicant has a job offer for an occupation classified at NOC level 0, A, B or a designated trade in Saskatchewan 30
Close relative in SaskatchewanThe applicant or accompanying spouse has a close relative that is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident residing in Saskatchewan. Close relatives include:Parents,Siblings,Grandparents,Aunts and uncles,Nieces and nephews,Cousins, andStep-family members or in-laws of the same relationships.The family members in Saskatchewan must meet the requirements as listed in the Application Guide 20
Previous work experience in Saskatchewan The applicant worked in Saskatchewan for at least twelve cumulative months in the past five years on a valid work permit 5
Previous student experience in SaskatchewanThe applicant studied at a recognized Saskatchewan education institution for at least one full-time academic year on a valid study permit 5

Designated Trades

When Not to Apply

Candidates will not be considered eligible under the SINP’s International Skilled Worker Category if they:

  • Are refugee claimants in Canada;
  • Are health professionals;
  • Are food and beverage servers/persons;
  • Failed to submit documentation as requested by the SINP;
  • Do not genuinely intend to live and work in Saskatchewan on a permanent basis; or
  • Have intentionally misrepresented themselves in the application.

2. SINP Saskatchewan Experience Category

This category of the SINP offers foreign workers currently working and residing in the province the opportunity to immigrate permanently to Saskatchewan.

Candidates must be working in Canada on a valid work permit and must genuinely intend to economically establish in Saskatchewan. There are five sub-categories under this provincial nominee immigration category:

  • Existing Work Permit
  • Health Professionals
  • Hospitality Sector Project
  • Long Haul Truck Driver Project
  • Students

Existing Work Permit

This sub-category targets skilled workers in Saskatchewan who have been working in the province on a valid work permit for a minimum of six months and who have received a permanent offer of employment for that position. The job offer must be approved by the SINP before the candidate can apply or the application will be rejected immediately. In order to have the position assessed, the Saskatchewan employer must register on the SINP Employer website. Once the position is approved, the employer will receive a Job Approval Letter, a copy of which must be submitted with the candidate’s application to the SINP.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements

In order to be eligible under the Saskatchewan Experience – Existing Work Permit sub-category, candidates must:

    Have a val >Health Professionals

This sub-category provides skilled workers with an opportunity to apply for permanent residence in Saskatchewan if they have been working full-time in the province on a temporary work permit as either a physician, nurse, or other health professional for a minimum of six months and have received an offer of employment for that position. The job offer must be approved by the SINP before the candidate can apply or the application will be rejected immediately. In order to have the position assessed, the Saskatchewan employer must register on the SINP Employer website. Once the position is approved, the employer will receive a Job Approval Letter, a copy of which must be submitted with the candidate’s application to the SINP.

Minimum Requirements for Physicians

In order to be eligible as a physician under the health professionals sub-category, candidates must:

    Have a val >Minimum Requirements for Nurses

To be eligible as a nurse under the SINP`s Saskatchewan Experience – Health Professional`s sub-category, applicants must:

    Have a val >Minimum Requirements for Other Health Professions

In order to be considered eligible under the Other Health Professions sub-category, candidates must:

  • Have completed a post-secondary training course of at least one academic year, related to their intended health occupation;
  • Have a val >Hospitality Sector Project

This sub-category is for temporary foreign workers seeking to immigrate permanently to Saskatchewan who have been working in the province for an SINP-approved employer for at least six months on a valid work permit in one of the following occupations:

  • Food/Beverage Server (NOC 6453),
  • Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper (NOC 6641), or
  • Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff (NOC 6661).

Candidates must have a permanent and full-time job offer from their employer that is approved by the SINP prior to making an application. To have the position assessed, the Saskatchewan employer must register on the SINP Employer website. Once approved, the employer will receive a Job Approval Letter, a copy of which must be submitted with the candidate’s application to the SINP.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements

In order to be considered eligible under the Hospitality Sector Project sub-category, applicants must:

    Hold a val >Long Haul Truck Driver Project

This sub-category enables trucking firms to bring long-haul truck drivers (National Occupational Classification (NOC) code 7411) to Saskatchewan under Service Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker policy, which covers jobs that require a high school diploma or on-the-job training. Truckers working in Saskatchewan on a temporary work permit for six months or more can use this immigration sub-category if they have received an offer of full-time, permanent employment from the trucking firm.

The job offer must be approved by the SINP prior to making an application. To have the position assessed, the Saskatchewan employer must register on the SINP Employer website. Once approved, the employer will receive a Job Approval Letter, a copy of which must be submitted with the candidate’s application to the SINP.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible under the Long Haul Truck Drivers Project sub-category, applicants must:

  • Have been working for an SINP-approved Saskatchewan trucking firm for at least six months on a temporary work permit;
  • Have a current Saskatchewan >Students

This sub-category targets students who have recently graduated from a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Canada and who have received a permanent, full-time job offer from a Saskatchewan employer. The job offer must be approved by the SINP before the candidate can apply or the application will be rejected immediately. To have the position assessed, the Saskatchewan employer must register on the SINP Employer website. Once approved, the employer will receive a Job Approval Letter, a copy of which must be submitted with the candidate’s application to the SINP.

Minimum Requirements for Graduates of Saskatchewan Institutes

In order to be eligible as a graduate of a Saskatchewan institute under the Students sub-category, candidates must:

  • Have graduated with a certificate, diploma, or degree from a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Saskatchewan;
    • The program must have been equivalent to at least one academic year (eight months) of full-time study.
  • Have a minimum language score of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 as demonstrated on a designated language test taken within the past two years if the job offer is in a NOC level C occupation;
  • Have a minimum of six months (960 hours) of pa >Minimum Requirements for Graduates of Canadian Institutes (Outside Saskatchewan)

    To be eligible under the Students sub-category as a graduate of a Canadian institute outside of Saskatchewan, applicants must:

      Have graduated with a certificate, diploma, or degree from a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Canada (outs >When Not to Apply

    Candidates will not be considered eligible under the SINP’s Saskatchewan Experience Category if they:

    • Are refugee claimants in Canada;
    • Are international students who have not completed their program of study;
    • Failed to submit documentation as requested by SINP;
    • Failed to establish that their intent to live and work in Saskatchewan is genuine; and,
    • Have intentionally misrepresented themselves in the application.

    4. SINP Entrepreneur Category

    The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Entrepreneur Category offers candidates the opportunity to establish, acquire, or partner in a business in Saskatchewan and be actively involved in its management.

    The next scheduled invitation round for the SINP’s Entrepreneur Category is November 21, 2020.

    The Nomination Process

    There are three steps to the nomination process:

    Step 1: Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the SINP

    Prospective immigrants indicate their interest in residing in Saskatchewan and operating a business in the province by providing information about their entrepreneurial experience, assets, and Business Establishment Plan (BEP), among other factors, in an online survey. Those candidates who meet the minimum entry criteria will be accepted into the EOI candidate pool where they are ranked according to selection factors on the points criteria grid and given a score.

    Step 2: Invitation to Apply

    Candidates are selected from the EOI system based on their score. The top scoring EOIs are prioritized for selection and formal application submission. Selected candidates are invited to apply to the SINP under the Entrepreneur immigration sub-category. Candidates then undergo the verification process. Those who pass this stage will be issued a SINP Entrepreneur Approval Letter, which will convey support of the applicant’s request to IRCC for a two year temporary work permit with which the candidate can reside and work legally in Saskatchewan while he or she implements the business proposal.

    Step 3: Nomination

    Once an applicant satisfies the conditions of the Business Performance Agreement he or she can apply to be nominated by the SINP for permanent residence.

    Minimum Eligibility Criteria

    Minimum Requirements for Applicants

    In order to be considered eligible under the Entrepreneur Category, applicants must:

    • Meet the minimum entry criteria to submit an EOI to the SINP:
      • A minimum net worth of $500,000 CAD, verified by a Ministry-approved professional third party;
      • Accumulation of net worth through legal means, verified to at least 80 percent by a Ministry-approved professional third party;
      • At least three years of entrepreneurial experience within the past 10 years; and
      • A minimum equity investment of $300,000 CAD in Regina or Saskatoon, or a minimum of $200,000 CAD in any other Saskatchewan community.
    • Have and be able to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of their Business Establishment Plan (BEP);
    • Own at least one-third (33.33 percent) of the equity of a business in Saskatchewan unless their total investment is $1,000,000 CAD or higher;
    • Create or maintain a minimum of two jobs for Canadian citizens or Permanent Res >Minimum Requirements for Businesses

      For a business to be considered eligible under this category, all of the following criteria must be met:

      • The business must have the potential for creating economic benefit to Saskatchewan, as assessed by SINP immigration officer;
      • The business can be a Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, or Corporation, but must meet the legal requirements of the community in which it operates;
      • The business must be a for-profit entity with the primary purpose of earning profits through the sale of goods and/or services; and
      • The business must be cons >Additional Requirements for Business Succession

      If purchasing a previously existing Saskatchewan business, the following requirements must be met:

      • The business must have been in continuous operation by the same owner for the past three years;
      • The applicant must complete an exploratory visit to meet the previous owner(s);
      • Reasonable efforts must be taken to establish a fair market value for the business;
      • There must be a complete change in ownership where the applicant assumes full control of the business; and
      • The applicant must commit to maintaining employment for existing Canadian citizens or permanent residents above the minimum required, as well as maintaining existing wages and employment terms.

      If purchasing a previously existing Saskatchewan business from an SINP Entrepreneur Nominee, the following requirements must be met:

      • The business must have been in continuous operation by the previous owner for at least three years;
      • The business must demonstrate a net profit for at least two of the previous three years;
      • The previous owner must be either a Permanent Res >Additional Requirements for Joint Ventures between SINP Program Applicants

      If proposing a joint venture with another SINP applicant in the operation of a new business, the purchase of an existing business, or a partnership with a Permanent Resident or Canadian Citizen, the following requirements must be met:

      • The business must have been in continuous operation by the same owner for the past three years;
      • Applicants must complete an exploratory visit to meet the previous owner(s) or business partner(s);
      • Reasonable efforts must be taken to establish a fair market value for the business or investment amount;
      • Any succession must result in a complete change in ownership where the applicants assume full control of the business;
      • Applicants must maintain employment for existing Canadian citizens or permanent residents;
        • Applicants are not required to create additional jobs.
      • Applicants must clearly indicate in their application form that they are proposing a joint venture with a program applicant or a permanent resident or Canadian citizen, and identify their proposed business partners;
      • Each prospective applicant must submit their individual EOI simultaneously;

      NOTE: Each prospective applicant in a joint venture application will be evaluated individually. Selection from the EOI pool for processing will depend on their individual abilities to meet eligibility criteria and earn points. If a partner is not selected from the pool, all other partners must update their business proposal in order to remain eligible for the EOI points previously earned. If all partners are selected from the pool and approved, each will sign a separate Business Performance Agreement, and each partner must meet the terms of his/her agreement to be nominated. If one or more partners fail to meet the terms of their Business Performance Agreement, all remaining partners must update their performance agreements to ensure they continue to meet program criteria.

      Minimum Investment Requirements

      An investment will be considered eligible if it is essential to the establishment and operation a new business, or to the purchase, improvement and operation of an existing business. Some investments may considered eligible within limitations.

      Expression of Interest Points Grid

      Using the points assessment grid, candidates are allocated points for various elements under three categories: human capital, business experience, and business establishment plan.

      Human Capital Factors

      Factor Description Points Maximum points
      Age 20 or less 15
      21-29 10
      30-39 15
      40-54 10
      55+
      Exploratory Visit Has conducted an exploratory visit to Saskatchewan for at least five working days with evidence of contact with relevant business contacts. 15 15
      Official Language Ability (English or French) No language test 15
      Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 5
      CLB 5 10
      CLB 6+ 15
      Qualifications/Education Has a trade or occupational certification that required at least one year full-time post-secondary training or apprenticeship equivalent 10 15
      Has completed a Bachelor Degree or Post-Graduate Degree/Designation in a Business, Agriculture, or Science/Technology field 15
      Net Business and Personal Assets $500,000 – $549,999 CAD 15
      $550,000 – $749,999 CAD 5
      $750,000 – $999,999 CAD 10
      $1,000,000+ CAD 15

      Business Experience

      Factor Description Points Maximum points
      Entrepreneurial Experience 4 to 7 years entrepreneurial experience 10 20
      8 or more years entrepreneurial experience 15
      4 to 7 years entrepreneurial experience with 50%+ ownership in business 15
      8 or more years entrepreneurial experience with 50%+ ownership in business 20
      Business Revenue $50,000 – $99,999 CAD 5 20
      $100,000 – $249,999 CAD 10
      $250,000 – $499,999 CAD 15
      $500,000 CAD+ 20
      InnovationPrevious verifiable experience in: Export Trade 10 10
      Registered patents 10
      Gazelle business 10

      Business Establishment Plan

      Factor Description Points Maximum points
      Investment Amount(Total equity to establish or purchase and expand an eligible business in SK) $200,000 – $349,999 CAD 20
      $350,000 – $499,999 CAD 5
      $500,000 – $749,999 CAD 10
      $750,000 – $999,999 CAD 15
      $1,000,000+ CAD 20
      Investment in Key Economic Sectors Science and technology 15 15
      Manufacturing 15
      Export 15
      Rural business succession 15
      Rural business development 15

      Business Establishment Plan

      The Business Establishment Plan (BEP) must be a coherent and well-thought-out plan for successful settlement and business development in Saskatchewan. The plan should outline the steps that the applicant will take to ensure that the business has a reasonable chance of success and can be implemented upon arrival. Additionally, it should demonstrate that the business meets the minimum required investment level and that the applicant will hold an active managerial position in the business. The BEP should show that the candidate has conducted extensive research into the economic, market, and cultural factors relevant to the proposed business.

      A third party may help the applicant develop the BEP, however, it is crucial that the applicant has complete knowledge and understanding of his or her plan. In the event that the applicant is unaware of the BEP’s contents, he or she may be deemed ineligible and the points for the BEP on his or her EOI may not be awarded.

      Regardless of whether the candidate intends to purchase an existing business or establish a new one, the BEP must touch on all of the following topics: the business idea, economic benefit, investment, business relationships, and human capital.

      Business Idea

      The business idea section of the Business Establishment Plan must:

        Specify the proposed industry/sector in which the business will operate; Include the North American Industry >Economic Benefit

      This section of the BEP must describe the economic benefit to the community being served, such as:

      • Adopting and introducing new technology;
      • Developing new products or services;
      • Developing innovative approaches to traditional businesses;
      • Increasing exports;
      • Increasing research and development or technology commercialization;
      • Prov >Investment

      The investment section of the BEP should include:

      • The proposed investment amount, including how the money will be spent;
      • The fore-casted start-up funds and expenses, including a cash flow projection for the first year of operation;
      • The source of financing for investment (the minimum investment amount must come from the applicant’s own funds); and
      • The amount of credit if credit will be required in addition to investment from personal resources.

      Business Relationships

      In this section of the BEP, the candidate should provide:

        The name, organisations, mailing addresses, phone numbers, and emails of contracted professional business service prov >Human Capital

      This final section of the plan should include:

        The management contribution the cand >Exploratory Visit Report

      For all applicants choosing to invest in a business succession opportunity, a joint venture, or a regional business opportunity, an exploratory visit to Saskatchewan is mandatory. These applicants must complete an Exploratory Visit Report, to be submitted along with their online application, that provides details on the activities undertaken during their visit to Saskatchewan. The report must cover the entire length of stay in Canada, including time spent in other provinces, if any.

      The Exploratory Visit Report must include:

        The name of the professional business service prov >When Not to Apply

      Ineligible Applicants

      Applicants are considered ineligible if they:

      • Are refugee claimants in Canada;
      • Are living illegally in their country of res >Ineligible Businesses

      The following types of businesses are considered ineligible for the SINP Entrepreneur Category:

      • Property rental, investment, and leasing activities;
      • Real estate construction/development/brokerage, insurance brokerage, or business brokerage;
      • Professional services or self-employed business operators requiring licensing or accreditation;
      • Pay day loan, cheque cashing, money changing, and cash machines;
      • Credit unions;
      • Home-based businesses, including bed-and-breakfasts and lodging houses;
      • Co-operatives; and
      • Investments into a business operated primarily for the purposes of deriving passive investment income.

      Invitation History

      The table below shows the history of invitations to apply issued under this SINP program as of January 2020.

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