On the 23rd of November, a total of 514 invitations to apply for nomination by the province of Saskatchewan were sent out to applicants from both the Occupation In-demand class and the Express Entry System.
The least eligible score under the Express Entry System was 63 as used in the International Skilled Worker point assessment of this draw, and a total of 247 candidates received invitations under this system.
In the Occupation In-demand sub-class, the lowest eligible score was 64, and a total of 267 applications were sent.
Candidates who have been given invitations to apply for the nomination would only receive additional 600 points in their Express Entry Ranking Score if they eventually get nominated by a province to apply for Permanent Residence in Canada during another selection draw.
Streams of candidates under the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Canadian Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trade Category are all managed under the Express Entry System.
What You Can Do To Qualify For Immigration to the Province Of Saskatchewan
Candidates under the Express Entry System must register a different profile with the Immigrant Nominee Program of Saskatchewan under the Expression of interest system.
Asides creating a profile under the EOI system, applicants must supply the required information on subjects like proficiency in the language, adaptability, education, age, and work experience.
The International Skilled Worker Point assessment method is used to grade the applicants based on the information they provide. Qualified profiles will then be registered in the Expression of Interest pool under the various sub-categories and get graded according to their scores. Invitations to apply for nomination by a Province are given to candidates with the highest scores.
To qualify under the Express Entry sub-category, candidates must have at least 60 points on the province’s point assessment board. They must have also had to experience in at least one of the occupations mentioned in the high-skilled profession in-demand list. It is however not necessary whether the applicant has a job offer in Saskatchewan or not.
The Occupation In-demand sub-class is open to applicants who are not applying under the Express Entry System and have a minimum score of 60 according to the point assessment system for Saskatchewan. Another requirement for these applicants is that they must have obtained at least one-year work experience in one of the jobs demanded in the province within the last 10 years. Also, this category does not require applicants to have an offer of employment in the Province to apply.
Counting down from July, Saskatchewan has issued 3,337 invites under the Foreign Skilled Worker Expression of Interest system. 1,785 of them were candidates from the Occupation In-demand Sub-class, while the other 1,552 invitations were given to candidates from the Express Entry Pool.
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