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    Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

    The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program, also known as a Provincial Nominee Program or PNP, is a set of immigration pathways that allows foreign nationals to become Canadian permanent residence. Saskatchewan is located in Western Canada's Prairie Provinces. Saskatchewan's economy is primarily dependent on agriculture, as well as important natural resource industries such as forestry and fishing. It is home to two major cities, Saskatoon, and Regina. There are also vast expanses of untouched wilderness.

    Saskatchewan has been a great place to live and work in immigration. In the past, Saskatchewan welcomed between 3,000 to 4,000 newcomers each year. This number has increased to 15,000 which is especially impressive considering Saskatchewan's population of just over 1,000,000. This province is a popular destination for Canadian newcomers. It is the only Canadian province without a saltwater coastline. Its economy is based mainly on agriculture and natural resource industries such as fishing and forestry.

    • One-third of the world’s potash is produced in the province, and five percent of the world's Uranium.
    • Saskatchewan is home to more than a third world's total exports of durum wheat. It also has the highest number of dry peas and lentil exports.
    • The country's sixth-largest onshore producer in Canada.

    Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), is an option to immigrate to Canada. The Province of Saskatchewan invites non-Canadians to apply for residency in Saskatchewan and nominates them to the federal government to obtain permanent residence in Canada.

    Saskatchewan PNP Program Overview

    Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), allows the province of Saskatchewan to nominate individuals to be admitted to Canada by Canada's Federal Government. These people must have the most desirable skills and experience in the local economy. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) helps not only people with the exact skills needed locally but also people who live or work in Saskatchewan or have a desire for investment in or to start a business there. Through the SINP, qualified people and their families can bypass the more complicated and difficult process of immigration by applying directly to Canada. Two ways foreign nationals can come to Saskatchewan via the SINP are available. First, you can apply directly to Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program. This involves sending an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the program. Once nominated, the potential immigrant can create an Express Entry profile and upload their credentials to the system.

Saskatchewan PNP Program Categories

Strategically, the PNP was created to attract skilled workers, workers in labor-strapped sectors, entrepreneurs, and workers with job opportunities. There are three types of immigration streams in the province:

  • Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker
  • Saskatchewan Experience.
  • Saskatchewan Entrepreneur and Farm.
  • International Graduate Entrepreneur Category.

Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker

Three streams of immigration are available to Saskatchewan International Skilled Workers. They aim to attract skilled workers who can join the workforce in Saskatchewan and adapt to the provincial lifestyle. Some streams are more focused on workers with experience in areas that have a shortage of labor, while others target workers who are offered employment opportunities by Saskatchewan employers.

  • Saskatchewan Express Entry.
  • Saskatchewan Employment Offer.
  • Saskatchewan In-Demand Occupation.

Saskatchewan Experience

Saskatchewan Experience consists of five streams that are designed to attract workers with employment experience in Saskatchewan. To continue working in Saskatchewan, workers must also have an offer from a Saskatchewan employer. Some streams prefer workers who have experience in specific sectors that are suffering from labor shortages in the province.

  • Saskatchewan Existing Work Permit.
  • Saskatchewan Health Professionals.
  • Saskatchewan Hospitality Sector Project.
  • Saskatchewan Long-Haul Truck Driver Project.
  • Saskatchewan Students.

Saskatchewan Entrepreneur and Farm

Saskatchewan Entrepreneur and Farm are two streams that provide immigration for people with business management experience looking to start a business in Saskatchewan. The entrepreneur's stream is for general entrepreneurs who have business proposals in many sectors. While the farm owner/operator stream is specifically for farmers.

  • Saskatchewan Entrepreneur.
  • Saskatchewan Farm Owners and Operators.

International Graduate Entrepreneur Category

This category is intended for international students of Saskatchewan's eligible post-secondary schools who plan to start their own business. To be eligible for a provincial nomination, candidates must have operated and managed a Saskatchewan business for at least one year.

This category is open to international students who have graduated from Saskatchewan's eligible post-secondary schools and are looking to start a business. To be eligible for a nomination for permanent residence in Saskatchewan, candidates must operate and manage a Saskatchewan business for at least one year.

What Can Cic Global Resources Help You With?

Each SINP stream has specific requirements. It is important to choose the right stream for you. Based on your profile, we help you choose the right stream.

We will review all documents and then submit the PNP Application.

We will review all documents and then submit the final Permanent Resident application to IRCC.

We keep track of the application and communicate with the government on behalf of the client.