Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program
What is the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program?
To fill the economic and employment market needs of the province, the SINP program allows the province of Saskatchewan to nominate immigrants to help in those areas.
The SINP Program is divided into three categories under which you may apply:
- International Skilled Worker Category
- Saskatchewan Experience Category*
- Entrepreneur and Farm Category
*The Saskatchewan Experience Category is divided into five sub-categories:
- Existing Work Permit sub-category
- Health Professionals sub-category
- Hospitality Sector Pilot project
- Long-Haul Truck Drivers sub-category
- Students sub-category
How do I qualify as a Skilled Worker under the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program?
In short, you must have a permanent, full-time job offer from a Saskatchewan employer in a skilled, managerial, or professional position or have previously worked for a Saskatchewan for an approved Saskatchewan employer for a minimum of one year on a Temporary Work Permit in order to qualify.
As a student, how do I qualify under the Students sub-category?
The Students sub-category is for individuals who have successfully graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada. In order to further qualify, applicants must also have 24 months of work experience in Canada, or 6 months of work experience if in Saskatchewan.
How do I qualify under the Hospitality Sector Pilot Project?
Food and beverage servers, kitchen helpers, housekeeping and cleaning staff, food counter attendants, who have been working for the past 6 months in Saskatchewan may apply.