Are you rather keen to move to Saskatchewan, the well-known Canadian province, via the popular programme, under the Express Entry route? Here, one is referring to the highly popular and the widely used--well, you guessed it right—the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Programme (SINP). If yes, here’s news update especially for you!
The province has duly brought up-to- date its intake thresholds for application, for the SINP, allegedly to reveal the truth that the SINP International Skilled Workers - Express Entry Sub-class has touched its cap/limit of 500 fresh petitions.
Earlier, it had been reported that the SINP had opened, once again, all classes with full quotas for every specific class and sub-class. Significantly, the Express Entry sub-class is the second sub-class to hit cap since that primary update was made even as the well recognized International Skilled Workers-Occupations In-Demand sub-class hit its cap/limit of 500 fresh petitions inside just a few hours.
The well-liked Express Entry sub-category--which is suitably aligned with the federal immigration selection structure of the Express Entry—touched the limit and became available at more than one time during the year gone by.
Even as the website of the SINP proclaims 'Remaining applications that will be accepted by the SINP in 2016' for some particular classes, during the year gone by, the intake thresholds of petition, for some specific sub-classes, were refilled at some stage in the year. The development may give confidence to those qualified applicants who could not present a petition recently.