The Provincial Nominee Program for Saskatchewan is known as SINP or Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program. Another province situated in Western Canada, the economy is mainly dependent on natural resources such as fishing and even forestry. This region is mostly filled with snowy wilderness. However, two of the important cities that like in this Province of Canada are Regina and Saskatoon. Like all other Provincial Nomination Programs, under this Saskatchewan Immigration schme too, if the Province Nominates the immigrant that has the required skills, work exp., and education that is demanded by the occupation in demand of that province, then the candidate’s Immigration Process may go faster.
There are three major categories by which the immigrant can apply under the Saskatchewan Immigration Nomination Program. They are listed as follows: -
1. International Skilled Worker Category: There are three major sub categories under this scheme. If the candidate has an employment offer, or have the same work experience and skills required for an occupation in demand but not holding an offer of employment. There is another Skilled Worker category by Express Entry.
2. Saskatchewan Experience Category: This visa scheme category has a number of sub categories under it. Here is the list of them:
3. Farmer Entrepreneur Category: As the name suggests, this has two sub categories – Farm owner/ operator category & entrepreneur category. The first option is for those who are willing to invest in a farm to operate and run the farm. The second category is for those who want to invest as well as contribute to managerial talent. Both categories require the aspiring immigrant candidate to settle down permanently in the province of Saskatchewan.