Starting from April 1st, 2017, all applicants of two very popular immigration streams such as Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) will have to pay an application fee of $300 CAD when submitting their application.
This fee is mandatory for all applicants that belong to the International Skilled Worker of Saskatchewan Express Entry sub-category. And also, the International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand sub-category.
These sub-categories open many times and in many different occasions since their launching time back in 2015. Usually, all intake quotas for these streams fill within a few hours or days.
These sub-categories have the intention to target and focus on newcomers who have a previous work experience in an in-demand occupation. Candidates shouldn’t have a job offer in order to apply on them.
SINP International Skilled Worker: Express Entry
Through this sub-category, all eligible candidates belonging in the federal Express entry pool can apply for a provincial nomination certificate that Saskatchewan offers. This certificate through this sub-category gives the candidates 600 additional points under in their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Then every candidate will be in line for selection at a subsequent draw that this pool has.
SINP International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand
This sub-category is available for all skilled workers who have a previous experience in one of Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations. All applicants’ applications to this sub-category are processed outside the Express Entry system.
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