Candidates are eligible for candidacy under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program’s International Skilled Worker division (SINP).
The International Skilled Worker Group is split into two subcategories: Express Entry and Occupations in High Demand.
A total of 130 immigration applicants were invited into the Express Entry subcategory out of all who were invited. Another 139 people were invited via the subcategory Occupations In-Demand.
For both of the subcategories, candidates must have submitted an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with a score of at least 70 EOI points. They also needed an Educational Credential Assessment to prove that their foreign credential is equivalent to a Canadian one.
Furthermore, applicants had to have work experience in one of 61 in-demand professions. This official website lists these professions.
Utility supervisors, miners, and medical laboratory technicians are among these professions.
The EOI scheme is used to identify applicants who are more likely to succeed in the province’s labor sector. Candidates with EOI profiles are evaluated based on a variety of criteria, including their professional history, schooling, language capacity, age, and ties to the province.
Connections to the province can involve getting a work opportunity or having a family that lives in the province.
Candidates are given a point score out of 100 based on these factors. and according to the International Skilled Worker Points Assessment Grid. The highest-scoring candidates are invited to apply for a provincial nomination.