Are you a trained worker and keen to get Permanent Residence in Canada? If yes, this news report is for you! The International Skilled Worker - Occupations In-Demand sub-category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Programme (SINP)--the exceptionally popular immigration class in Saskatchewan is admitting 500 fresh petitions.
For those not tuned in, category enables qualified manpower with experience in an in-demand line-of-work in the said province to present a petition for a provincial nomination certificate, which may afterwards be duly followed by a petition for the prized PR in the nation. There is no need whatsoever of an employment offer for the aspirants to present a petition.
This SINP sub-category has reopened on numerous occasions this year, most recently on August 30, when the application upper limit was hit inside just some days.
It is mandatory that the candidates are highly-trained in an in-demand profession in the province. The present list contains 21 professions across a chain of businesses, remarkably in IT, healthcare, engineering, trades, and agriculture.
This SINP sub-category is basically a ‘base’ sub-class. It denotes that it is not duly aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection arrangement. Chances are there that those who lack eligibility for Express Entry (for instance, due to language capability) — and also those who are qualified for Express Entry but who hitherto have failed to get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for PR — can be entitled for the International Skilled Worker - Occupations In-Demand sub-category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Programme.