April 24, 2018 / By: Dustin Rennie

Immigrating To Saskatchewan In 2018

Immigration, Foreign Students, Foreign Student, Canadian Cities, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Regina, Personal Interest
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Have you been searching for the picture-perfect place to move to in Canada? If yes, look no further than Saskatchewan. Nestled strategically in the heart of Canada, Saskatchewan boasts of a robust economy thanks to the booming oil & gas, potash, and mineral mining sector.

With vibrant communities, lots of job opportunities, a reasonably affordable cost of living, and plenty of sunshine, Saskatchewan has gained incredible traction with those looking to relocate to Canada. Best of all, this beautiful region has remarkable schools, making it the best place for a family to live, play, and work in Canada. What's more - the Canadian Express Entry immigration system makes it effortlessly easy to immigrate to Saskatchewan province.


Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

Immigration Made Easy

Thanks to SINP, the province can nominate people with desired skills and experience to be allowed to migrate to Canada by the federal government. Remember this is an express admission backed by the province itself, implying that those who are nominated don't have to go through the conventional immigration process which is often complicated and challenging, if not entirely daunting.

Besides bringing in individuals with skills sought after by the local economy, the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) also helps people who desire to invest in or start a business in the province. As of this date, foreigners who look to take advantage of the SINP can immigrate through the program in two distinct ways. One, they can send an Express of Interest (EOI) to Saskatchewan PNP, and, if nominated, the applicants can generate Express Entry profiles.

Alternatively, the prospective immigrant can start off by creating a new Express Entry profile and formally show interest in moving to the province. In this case, the province immigration body - the Immigration Saskatchewan - would pick candidates who meet their criteria and invite them to apply to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. If nominated, the applicant's profile is promptly credited with nomination certificate by the province, adding 600 more points under CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System). Either way, if you get nominated, you are almost guaranteed that your immigration to Saskatchewan will be a breeze.


More Information About PNP

The Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program is your best shot if you are looking for a hassle-free way to immigrate to the province, and perhaps the most comprehensive express entry programs in the country. However, you've to have skills that are in high demand in the region. As such, PNP 2018 has three categories of eligibility for those who want to immigrate to Saskatchewan.


These categories are:

  • International Skilled Worker Category
  • Saskatchewan Experience Category
  • Entrepreneur and Farm Category