Apply to Work in Saskatchewan Now
As was the case back in September, 2015, the Saskatchewan is once again looking for new applicants. The SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) is now accepting 500 new applications for its International Skilled Worker Express Entry Sub-Category.
If you are a skilled worker living outside of Canada, or living in Canada with proof of legal status, you are able to apply. The following requirements also apply:
- You must have been accepted into an Express Entry pool with a complete Express Entry profile, as well as have:
- An Express Entry profile number
- A Job Seeker’s Validation Code.
- You must score a minimum of 60 out of 100 on the SINP point assessment grid.
- You must have valid language test results in line with your Express Entry profile.
- You must have completed a minimum of 1 year post-secondary education or training.
- You must have the following work experience:
- 1 year out of the past 10, work experience in a skilled profession (non-trades);
- 2 years out of the past 5, work experience in a skilled trade;
- 12 months out of past 3, Canadian work experience in either trades or non-trades;
- Your NOC job classification must be 0, A, or B;
- You must show proof of eligibility for Saskatchewan licensure if you are applying to work in a regulated trade.
- You must have proof of settlement funds and a settlement plan.
Saskatchewan opened up the pool on December 16, 2015 so you should hurry to get in an application and take advantage of one of Canada’s most dynamic economies. The steps to apply are as follows:
- Submit an online profile at CIC’s Express Entry portal and be accepted into an Express Entry pool of candidates.
- Read the SINP Application guide.
- Gather supporting documents using the Application Guide.
- Complete required Federal and Provincial forms.
- Apply online to the SINP here; scan and upload all documentation in PDF format; keep originals for your records.
- Remember to save and submit your application online at the SINP site, or your application will not be complete.
Saskatchewan clearly needs skilled labor and once again has opened up its provincial nominee program for this latest batch of applications. Yes, it’s cold in winter. But this is a can’t-miss opportunity if you are looking for an opportunity to leverage your skills and make Canada your workplace and home. Take a moment, and go here for more information on the in-demand job skills and industries in Saskatchewan. And start applying ASAP.