Everything You Need To Know About SINP Express Entry | IRCC

SINP Express Entry

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program, popularly known as SINP has a subcategory called express entry. This program has been designed to bring high skilled workers to Saskatchewan for specific industries with severe labour shortages. This program is great for high skilled workers who are interested in Saskatchewan permanent residency. The candidates are selected on the basis of the criteria,  (i.e. education, skills, experience, etc.). The following are reasons why SINP is becoming a viable solution:

  • SINP offers fair application processing time. Goal is to process applications within 4-5 months.
  • A Saskatchewan Immigration officer specific province offers assistance during the process.
  • Express entry no longer  has a threshold number for applications accepted
  • Candidates are selected as per the need & labour requirement in Saskatchewan economy.

Occupations Available With SINP Express Entry

As express entry is a subcategory of the SINP Skilled Worker Category which, as its name implies, an expedited route for provincial nomination. Although, it is important to keep in mind that to qualify for this program one must have an occupation on the Saskatchewan Express Entry In-Demand Occupations List. All the occupations have NOC codes with specific descriptions and include but are not limited to:

  • Managers in Social/Community Services
  • Accounting Technicians
  • Computer Programmers/Interactive Media Developers
  • Architectural Technologists/Technicians
  • Medical Laboratory/Radiation Technologists
  • Medical Sonographers
  • Paramedics
  • Early Childhood Educators
  • Meat Cutters
  • Bakers
  • Glaziers

Requirements for Saskatchewan Express Entry

As an applicant you must provide all the necessary documents to prove you’re eligible for the SINP nomination. The required documents include but are not limited to:

  • Express Entry profile number, including the job seeker validation code
  • Language Credentials
  • Education and Training Credentials
  • Work Experience Credentials
  • Proof of Professional Status and Licensure
  • Settlement Funds and Settlement Plans
  • Birth Certificate
  • Passport

All the required documents must be submitted with the initial application to prevent delays during processing. The Saskatchewan government may also request additional documents during processing which may or may not be listed above. Please note that the program requirements are subject to change at any time and without notice. However, the government will use the criteria on the website based on the date your application was received by the office.

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