Processing your resident visa through the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with provincial nominee programs.
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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, to the federal government for landed immigrant status.
This category is for skilled workers, professionals or managers who have a full-time, permanent job offer from a Saskatchewan employer. It is divided into three sub-categories: Skilled Workers/Professionals, Critical Occupations and Existing Work Permit.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has launched a new process for the Entrepreneur Category that will improve processing times for applicants who wish to invest their management talent and capital in a Saskatchewan business. This category attracts investment and fosters the creation of more jobs in Saskatchewan.
This category is for immigrant families living in Saskatchewan who want to help their skilled and educated family members come to work and live in the province. Supporting family members must provide support to applicants and their dependents to help them establish and settle in Saskatchewan.
Farm Owners / Operators
This category is for individuals with proven experience in farming, substantial capital available to invest in a farming operation, and who intend to purchase and operate a farming operation in Saskatchewan.
This category allows internationally-trained health professionals, who have been working in Saskatchewan for at least six months under a temporary work permit, to apply for permanent residency status under the SINP. It is divided into three sub-categories: Physicians, Nurses and Other
Hospitality Sector Pilot Project
Under the Hospitality Sector Pilot Project, the SINP can nominate foreign workers that are currently working in Saskatchewan in one of the following categories: Food/Beverage Server; Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper; or Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff.
Long Haul Truck Drivers
This category allows Saskatchewan trucking firms to bring workers to the province for occupations requiring a high school diploma or on-the-job training under Service Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker policy.
This category allows students who have graduated from a recognized, post-secondary educational institution in Canada and worked for at least six months for a Saskatchewan employer under a CIC post-graduation work permit in any field to apply for landed immigrant status under the SINP.