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Posted on September 16 2022

SINP draw invites 326 candidates under International Skilled Worker Stream

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Updated November 16 2023

Key aspects of the Canadian Saskatchewan draw

  • On September 15, 2022, Saskatchewan invited 326 candidates through Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program
  • SINP draw invited the immigrants under the International Skilled Worker Stream who must have a lowest ranked score of 60 points
  • This is the 4th SINP draw under International Skilled Workers stream, in September 2022
  • The overseas applicants who received an Invitation to Apply (ITA) are eligible for permanent residence in Canada

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Details of the SINP draw

Saskatchewan invited 326 overseas applicants on September 15, 2022, through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).

This draw sent ITAs to the immigration candidates under the International Skilled Worker Stream who must have a lowest ranked score of 60 points.

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Details of the Saskatchewan PNP draw held on September 15, 2022

On September 15, 2022, the 4th SINP draw invited 326 immigration candidates under the stream of International Skilled Workers, through the SINP.

The overseas applicants who received an ITA may apply for permanent residence in Canada and must have a score of at least 60 points.

The selection of size and frequency of the SINP draws are made by the Expression of Interest (EOI) which is held twice a month. The draws are further decided by the demand of the province.

SINP invites immigration applicants under a specific list of occupations. From, only the eligible individuals are selected based on the requirement of the application inventory of the province.

Further information of the SINP draw

Date of Invitations to Apply Category Score of Lowest Ranked Candidate to Apply Total Candidates Invited to Apply Other considerations: Classification numbers
September 15, 2022
Express Entry 60 53 7237, 7241, 7242, 7271, 7312, 7321
Occupations In-Demand 60 273 7237, 7241, 7242, 7271, 7312, 7321

 

Details on the previous draw held on September 7, 2022

On September 7, 2022, Saskatchewan the Canadian province issued 943 Invitations to Apply (ITAs). The applicants received invitations under the International Skilled Workers (ISW) stream through SINP, with the lowest ranking score of 70 points.

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