Good news for the Canada immigration applicants, looking to get Canada PR through SINP, Canadian province Saskatchewan has expanded SINP in-demand occupation list as per the SINP announcement on September 18, 2019.
What is the SINP Occupation list?
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is one of the most popular immigration programs in Canada that belongs to Saskatchewan province in Canada.
The SINP occupation list is meant for SINP applicants applying in the OID and Express Entry subcategory of SINP. Earlier SINP occupation list had just 19 occupations, however, now the list now includes over 200 NOC occupations.
More than 200 NOC List Occupations Eligible for SINP
Now, more than 200 occupations of Canada’s NOC Occupation list, are eligible to apply in Occupation in Demand and Express Entry subcategory of SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program).
However, now, most of the occupations listed in the NOC occupation list (including Skill Type 0, A, B) are eligible for SINP key immigration subcategories as mentioned above.
Canada’s NOC occupation list has the following skill types:
- NOC “A” (occupations that usually require university education);
- NOC “B” (occupations that usually require college education or apprenticeship training); or
- NOC “0” (management).
Which are the Occupations not Eligible for SINP?
Saskatchewan has also released a SINP Excluded Occupation list, which includes the occupations, which are ineligible to apply for OID and Express Entry subcategory of SINP.
Hence, any applicant applying in SINP, much check is occupation eligibility status in the Excluded Occupation List of SINP.
Occupations with Requirement of Licensure and professional status
Some eligible occupations for SINP are regulated or have professional certification standards. Hence, you need to submit additional documentation for such occupations.
Benefits of Applying in SINP
Find below the key benefits of applying in the SINP-ISW and occupation in demand sub-category:
- Provincial Nomination obtained through SINP, provide the easiest pathway to obtain Permanent Residency in Canada
- No job offer needed from Canada to apply
- OID subcategory of SINP, require minimum English language proficiency, i.e. CLB 4
- Quick application processing time
If you obtain provincial nomination through the Express entry subcategory, you will become eligible to get 600 additional CRS points in the express entry. Moreover, if you get the nomination through the OID subcategory, you become eligible to apply for a PR visa directly to IRCC.
What is Process to Apply in SINP?
Express Entry applicants, as well as the people willing to immigrate to Saskatchewan via In-Demand Occupation Sub-Category, require submitting a separate EOI (Expression of Interest) profile in Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).
The SINP assesses all the EOI profiles received in the system and subsequently, issue the Invitation to apply for a provincial nomination to the selected candidates. The invites are sent via periodic draws or invitation rounds of SINP.
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