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Saskatchewan Latest PNP Draw

Saskatchewan Invited 63 Candidates in the latest PNP Draw

As the year comes to a close, Saskatchewan, a prominent Canadian province, wraps up 2023 with the latest PNP draw for its renowned Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). On December 27, 2023, the province extended invitations to 63 candidates under the International Skilled Worker (ISW) Category, emphasizing the Occupation in Demand (OID) and Express Entry subcategories.

Highlights of the Latest SINP Draw – December 27, 2023

Category: Occupations in Demand (OID)

  • Lowest CRS Score: 69
  • Total Invitations: 48
  • Remarks: Invited Candidates had ECA

Category: Express Entry (EE)

  • Lowest CRS Score: 69
  • Total Invitations: 15
  • Remarks: Invited Candidates had ECA

Eligible Occupations Invited

Discover the diverse spectrum of healthcare occupations that took center stage in SINP’s Latest Draw on December 27, 2023:

  • 31200- Psychologists
  • 31203- Occupational therapists
  • 32102- Paramedical occupations
  • 32120- Medical laboratory technologists
  • 32121- Medical radiation technologists
  • 32122- Medical sonographers
  • 33101- Medical laboratory assistants and related technical occupations
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This draw, marking the first since October 23, 2023, demonstrates a strategic focus on candidates with valuable experience in healthcare occupations. As the New Year approaches, the SINP is anticipated to continue its invitation spree, aligning with Canada’s ambitious target of welcoming 110,000 candidates through Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs).

Navigating the International Skilled Worker (ISW) Expression of Interest (EOI) Process for SINP

The Expression of Interest (EOI) for International Skilled Workers is not a direct application to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Instead, it serves as an initial phase where candidates express their interest in applying to the SINP and showcase their qualifications.

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Creating an EOI Profile – A Step-by-Step Guide

Once you create your EOI profile, you will provide essential information, including:

  • Passport number
  • Date of birth
  • Immigration Representative status
  • Skilled worker intent
  • Job offer status
  • Express Entry pool acceptance
  • Chosen occupation
  • Education Credential Assessment status
  • Documentation from a regulatory body or assessment body (if required)

Points Score and EOI Selection Results

Your EOI profile generates a points score based on various criteria. The EOI Selection Results are carefully managed to align with labor market needs, provincial priorities, and the number of processed applications.

SINP ensures that EOI selections are tailored to occupation demand, maintaining a balance between nominations and employment opportunities. These selections occur at least every two months, ensuring an efficient and needs-driven approach.

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What’s Next for Aspiring Immigrants in 2024

Delve into detailed insights on the latest PNP draws, the intricacies of occupations that cut, and what these developments mean for individuals aspiring to immigrate. Stay informed with the latest updates from Saskatchewan’s dynamic immigration landscape.

In your journey towards Saskatchewan’s welcoming embrace, understanding the intricacies of SINP draws and the EOI process opens doors to new opportunities.

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