The new draw rolled out by the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program
(SINP) has invited 535 more applicants on 24th September 2020. The invitations were sent out to the candidates who were a match to their Occupation-In-demand category. This takes the total tally to 2740 applicants who were invited under the
Occupation in-demand category this year by the Saskatchewan province. There
were also 2245 invitations sent out under the provincial nomination category, making the total tally about a little under 5000 applicants in 2020.
278 applicants were invited from the Express Entry pool. This was taken from the federal Express Entry pool. Te candidates in the federal pool who had also filled out the EOI for Saskatchewan were awarded 82 on the scoresheet of SINP. They may have been selected in this latest draw.
In the previous draw Saskatchewan had invited 621 candidates and the cut off score was 68. The cut off score in the draw of 24th Sep was marked at 82, both for the Provincial Nominee as well as the Express Entry category. Saskatchewan does not require a job offer to receive an invite. A valid experience of one year is mandatory in their
respective field of study. The requirements that needed to be fulfilled by the candidates were that they must have had submitted an Expression Of Interest also known as EOI profile in the SINP database. This database is used by the SINP to invite the potential candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence. The candidates are selected as per the rulings and requirements