Express Entry into Canada is becoming increasingly competitive, making immigration all the more difficult. However, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) allows potential immigrants to apply for Express Entry under new, more lenient criteria. Saskatchewan needs workers to fill a myriad of skilled labour positions, ranging from chefs to software engineers, and the SINP may be the new best way into the country.
These are the criteria for the SINP:
- First, you need an IRCC Express Entry profile with Saskatchewan selected as a province of interest.
- You have to fit a certain profile of education, age, and work experience. This includes having at least one year of Canadian-equivalent post-secondary education, and usually, you must be between the ages of 18 and 50.
- You must have the minimum amount of funds required to support yourself according to the Government of Canada standards.
- Finally, you need to make a settlement plan using the “Living in Canada” online tool.
The SINP makes it easier for skilled immigrants to come to Canada and establish themselves in Saskatchewan. If you are interested in the SINP and would like to look into it further, please contact us to schedule a formal consultation.