To live in Saskatchewan Province, the applicant needs to have a profile in the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP). There is a point selection system in the province, and for it, one needs to register under the Expression of Interest (EOI) system. It is only after gaining 60 points out of Saskatchewan’s 100-point grid that the applicant can secure the nomination. The point calculation factors are age, language ability, and work experience abilities, among other things. Also, it is pertinent that the candidate should also intend to stay in Saskatchewan for at least two years.
There are streams for Saskatchewan, and the applicant needs to qualify in one of the criteria to be selected.
1) International Skilled worker
- Employment Offer
- Occupation in-demand
- Express Entry
2) Saskatchewan Experience stream
- Skilled worker with existing permit
- Semi-skilled Agriculture worker – existing work permit
- Health professionals
- Hospitality sector projects
- Long Haul Driver Project
3) Entrepreneur and Farm Stream
- Entrepreneur Category
- Farm Category
For the direct application of SINP, the applicant should meet the score of Saskatchewan latest draw to make the cut. The applicants who meet the score requirement are selected for the notification of Interest (NOI).
What are the most popular jobs in Saskatchewan?
Every province has popular sectors, and the three most popular sectors of Saskatchewan are – healthcare which includes jobs of Lab technicians, occupational therapist, and physiotherapists, Construction which will include jibs of inspectors, laborers, and plumbers, etc. and finally there are multiple jobs in resources like Oil, Mining and Gas and this will include the list of drillers, supervisors, and tradespeople. When it comes to the Mining industry, then Saskatchewan is the third-largest in Canada. There are many positions that require on-the-job training, but then there are those jobs also where little or no experience is required. Some senior positions, although, will require apprenticeship and college diplomas though.
For the selection in the in-demand occupation list of Saskatchewan, the regulatory bodies perform the following actions-
- Examinations as per the Job profile
- Supervised Work Experience
- Language competency.
For the professions that require the license there are some of the popular licensing authorities of Saskatchewan and they are –
▶ Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants
▶ Saskatchewan Association of Architects
▶ Saskatchewan professional planners institute
▶ Saskatchewan Dental Associates Associations
▶ Saskatchewan Dietitian Association
▶ Saskatchewan Ministry of education
▶ Saskatchewan Ministry of Health
▶ CIPS Saskatchewan