Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)


Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

Canada is divided into provinces, each with its own distinct beauty. Saskatchewan, also known as the sunniest province in Canada, is one of these regions, with a yearly fall of 20,000–24,000 hours of sunlight. The cost of living in the province of Canada is relatively low, and the region’s publicly funded programmes assist in maintaining a high standard of living while maintaining a low cost of livelihood. The Saskatchewan region’s economy is dominated by mining, fuel, and energy. When it comes to the size of the province’s oil fields, it is only second to the region of Alberta.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is an immigration programme managed by the provincial government of Saskatchewan, which is responsible for the region’s immigrant workforce. Individuals who want to take advantage of the SINP’s benefits must apply and wait for the provincial government to verify their eligibility. If the individual is found to be eligible, they will be sent a letter of interest, after which they can apply to become a permanent resident of Saskatchewan.

Pathways Managed by Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan manage four (4) immigration pathways. These programs are:

  • International Skilled Worker,
  • Worker with Saskatchewan Work Experience,
  • Entrepreneur, &
  • Farm Owner and Operator

  • International Skilled Worker

    This program is divided into three (3) streams i.e. 
      • International Skilled Worker: Employment Offer
      • International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry (SINP - EE), &
      • International Skilled Worker: Occupations In-Demand (SINP - OID)

    In order to submit an application for Saskatchewan under International Skilled Worker Program, an applicant need to score a minimum of 60 Points as per Saskatchewan's Points Grid, and also have to meet the eligibility criteria of the chosen category.

  • Worker with Saskatchewan Work Experience

    This category is for foreign nationals who are currently living and working in the Canadian province Saskatchewan on a valid work permit. This category is divided into six (6) sub-categories. These categories are:

     Skilled Worker With Existing Work Permit: This category is for skilled workers working in Saskatchewan (from past six (6) months) with a valid Work Permit under skill level "0", "A", or "B".


     Semi-skilled Agriculture Worker with Existing Work Permit: This category is for skilled workers working in Saskatchewan (from past six (6) months) with a valid Work Permit. Under this category, applicant should have a valid full-time job offer letter from an employer Saskatchewan. Job offer should be for NOC 8431 - General Farm Worker or NOC 8432 - Nursery and Greenhouse Worker


    Health Professionals: This category is for skilled workers working in Saskatchewan (from past six (6) months) with a valid Work Permit, as a Physician, Nurse, or Other Health Professional.


     Hospitality Sector Project: This category is for skilled workers who wants to apply for Permanent Residence, and currently working in Saskatchewan on a legal work permit through a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Applicant should be working in occupations including NOC 6513 - Food/ Beverage ServerNOC 6711 - Food Counter Attendant/ Kitchen Helper, or NOC 6731 - Housekeeping/ Cleaning Staff


     Long-Haul Truck Driver Project: This sub-category is for long-haul truck drivers who are willing to work for an approved trucking firm in Saskatchewan on a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) issued from the Government of Canada.


     Students: This sub-category is for students who completed their graduation from a recognized institution in Saskatchewan, and worked as full time, and paid employee for at least six (6) months in Saskatchewan. It is mandatory for the candidate to have a permanent, full-time job offer in the filed of study at the time of submitting the application for Permanent Residence.

  • Entrepreneur, & Farm Owner and Operator

    There are three sub-streams under these categories. These are:

     Entrepreneur Category: This stream is for foreign national, who wish to start, manage or partner a business in Saskatchewan, while living in Saskatchewan.


    • International Graduate Entrepreneur Category: This stream is for international students graduating from institution based in Saskatchewan, and want to become an entrepreneur.


    • Farm Owner and Operator Category: This stream is for foreign nationals who'd like to live in Saskatchewan, have plan to buy and operate farm in Saskatchewan, and have prior experience in farming.

If you have any questions or concerns about Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) please contact us at [email protected], and our team will assist you. You can also reach us at +91-8595010514.

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