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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) can provide an alternate and quicker means of entry into Canada. It allows Saskatchewan to nominate applicants, who qualify under criteria established by the province of Saskatchewan, to the federal government for landed immigrant status.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program Offers:
- The ability to select applicants whose skills and abilities best fit the province’s needs;
- Application processing times that are faster than other federal immigration classes; and
- Assistance from Provincial Immigration Officers who are readily available to explain program requirements and processes.
The SINP accepts applications under the following categories:
- International Skilled Worker Category
- Saskatchewan Experience Category
- Entrepreneur and Farm Category
SINP works through Government of Canada embassies and consulates around the world and does not engage the exclusive services of any agencies or representatives in any jurisdictions. SINP applicants may choose to engage the services of an immigration consultant or not, however, no immigration consultant has or will be allocated an immigrant quota from the Province of Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) discussed in various news outlets.
Recent changes to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program could have a major impact on some businesses in the province.
The program is putting a cap on the number of applicants in various categories like skilled workers, family referrals, and students from now until the end of the year.
Article by: Kevin Martel at CKOM
The average hourly wage for a construction worker in Saskatchewan in March 2013 was $25.78 compared to $26.54 for Canada and $26.06 in the United States.
Saskatchewan has the lowest unemployment rate in the country. The province is trying to recruit workers from other provinces as well as further afield.
“We are maximizing our Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program and working with the federal government to enhance it,” said McMillan.
Article by: Sean Pratt at Producer
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