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In the intricate tapestry of Canadian immigration, Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) stand as integral tools, affording provinces and territories the flexibility to shape immigration policies in alignment with their unique needs. Within this framework, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) takes center stage, offering a dynamic pathway for skilled professionals, enterprising entrepreneurs, and ambitious international graduates to contribute to the vibrant community and robust economy of Saskatchewan.

INTERNATIONAL SKILLED WORKER

  • EMPLOYMENT OFFER STREAM
    This specific classification is designed for skilled workers who possess a job offer in a skilled occupation within Saskatchewan, whether residing within or outside of Canada, and fulfill the specified criteria of the sub-category.
  • TECH TALENT PATHWAY
    This particular sub-category is intended for workers in the high-skilled technology and innovation sector who possess a job offer for a high-skilled occupation in Saskatchewan. Eligibility extends to individuals residing either in Canada or abroad who meet the specified criteria of the sub-category. Additionally, being in the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Express Entry Pool is optional.
  • OCCUPATION IN-DEMAND STREAM
    This specific sub-category caters to skilled workers who lack a job offer in Saskatchewan but possess high skills in an in-demand occupation. It is open to individuals residing either abroad or in Canada, provided they meet the criteria of the sub-category.
  • SASKATCHEWAN EXPRESS ENTRY
    This sub-category is designed for skilled workers without a job offer in Saskatchewan, whether residing abroad or in Canada, who are part of the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Express Entry Pool, and who satisfy the criteria of the sub-category.
  • HARD-TO-FILL SKILLS PILOT
    This particular sub-category is intended for workers with intermediate to lower skill levels who possess a job offer in a qualifying intermediate or low-skilled occupation in Saskatchewan. Eligibility extends to individuals residing either in Canada or abroad who meet the criteria outlined in the pilot.

WORKER WITH SASKATCHEWAN WORK EXPERIENCE

  • SKILLED WORKER WITH EXISTING WORK PERMIT
    This specific sub-category is tailored for skilled workers who have been employed in Saskatchewan for a minimum of six months with a valid work permit. Additionally, they must hold a permanent full-time job offer from a Saskatchewan employer, with the job falling within the National Occupation Classification (NOC) Matrix TEER “0,” “1,” “2,” or “3,” or in a designated trade. Fulfillment of the criteria specified for this sub-category is also essential.
  • SEMI-SKILLED AGRICULTURE WORKER WITH EXISTING WORK PERMIT
    This sub-category is designed for semi-skilled workers who, either through continuous employment of more than six months with a valid work permit from the employer extending the job offer or having previously worked in Saskatchewan for at least six months, qualify for consideration. Additionally, candidates must possess a permanent full-time job offer from a Saskatchewan employer, specifically in occupations falling under the following National Occupation Classification (NOC) codes: 885100 for Livestock labourers, 85101 for Harvesting labourers, 84120 for Specialized livestock workers and farm machinery operators, and 85103 for Nursery and Greenhouse labourers. Meeting the specified criteria for this sub-category is required.
  • HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
    This sub-category is designed for proficient workers who, under the specified conditions, have engaged in full-time employment in Saskatchewan for a minimum of six months, holding a temporary work permit as either a Physician, Nurse, or another health professional. Meeting the criteria outlined for this sub-category is essential.
  • HOSPITALITY SECTOR PROJECT
    This sub-category is tailored for foreign workers aspiring to pursue permanent residency and who currently hold employment in Saskatchewan under a temporary work permit obtained through a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Eligibility is contingent on a minimum of six months of service (equivalent to 780 hours) with an employer approved by SINP Hospitality, and the candidate must be engaged in one of the following occupations: Food/Beverage Server (NOC 6513), Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper (NOC 6711), or Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff (NOC 6731). Satisfaction of the specified criteria is imperative for this sub-category.
  • LONG HAUL TRUCK DRIVER PROJECT
    This specific sub-category is intended for long-haul truck drivers who will be employed by an authorized trucking firm in Saskatchewan under a temporary work permit issued by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The issuance of this permit is contingent upon a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from the Government of Canada. Meeting the criteria outlined for this sub-category is a required.
  • STUDENTS
    This sub-category caters to students who have completed their studies at a Saskatchewan institute or a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Canada. Eligibility requires a minimum of six months (or 780 hours) of paid employment in Saskatchewan, coupled with a current, permanent, full-time job offer in their field of study from a Saskatchewan employer. Meeting the specified criteria for this sub-category is imperative.

ENTREPRENEUR

  • ENTREPRENEUR CATEGORY
    The Entrepreneur Category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) caters to foreign nationals aiming to start or partner in a business in Saskatchewan and actively manage it while residing in the province. The four-step nomination process begins with the submission of an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the SINP, followed by EOI selection and an invitation to submit an application. Successful candidates then establish their business, leading to the final step of receiving nomination through the SINP Entrepreneur Program. This program not only facilitates business ownership or partnership but also allows candidates and their families to actively engage in managing the business while residing in Saskatchewan.
  • INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE ENTREPRENEUR CATEGORY
    The International Graduate Entrepreneur Category is designed for international students completing their studies at a Saskatchewan institution and aspiring to venture into entrepreneurship. This category, operating under the SINP Entrepreneur Program, allows graduates and their families to initiate, acquire, or collaborate on a business in Saskatchewan. Moreover, they can actively participate in its management while residing in the province.
  • FARM OWNER AND OPERATOR CATEGORY
    The Farm Owner and Operator Category is specifically designed for individuals from overseas who wish to move to Saskatchewan. To qualify, applicants must possess proven experience in farming, substantial capital for investment in a farming operation, and an intention to purchase and operate a farm in Saskatchewan. It’s important to emphasize that this category exclusively applies to businesses engaged in primary agricultural production, covering both crops and livestock.

GET HELP

Seeking legal assistance when applying to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is highly advisable due to the nuanced complexities of immigration laws and the varied processes involved in the application. Immigration lawyers specializing in the SINP can offer invaluable guidance tailored to individual circumstances, ensuring compliance with program requirements, minimizing the risk of application rejection, and navigating any legal intricacies that may arise during the process. With their expertise, applicants can enhance the likelihood of a successful outcome, providing a strategic approach to the SINP application process and addressing any potential challenges that may arise.

CONCLUSION

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) offers diverse pathways for skilled professionals, entrepreneurs, and international graduates to contribute to Saskatchewan’s growth. From International Skilled Worker streams to Entrepreneur categories, the program provides tailored opportunities. Given the complexity of immigration laws, seeking legal assistance is advisable. Their specialized guidance ensures compliance, minimizes rejection risks, and navigates legal intricacies, enhancing the likelihood of a successful outcome in the SINP application process.
Kozyrev Law recognizes the intricate nature of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) and stands ready to offer expert legal assistance to individuals navigating this dynamic immigration pathway. Our dedicated team specializes in the SINP, providing comprehensive guidance tailored to each client’s unique circumstances. From the International Skilled Worker streams to the Entrepreneur categories, we ensure compliance with program requirements, minimize the risk of application rejection, and adeptly navigate the nuanced legal intricacies involved. By choosing Kozyrev Law, applicants benefit from our extensive experience, strategic approach, and commitment to facilitating a successful outcome in the SINP application process.

Note: The information presented in this article is not intended to constitute legal advice. It is recommended to refer to official government publications and guidelines for accurate and up-to-date information. For obtaining legal advice tailored to the specific circumstances of your case, it is advised to consult with a qualified professional.

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