Saskatchewan Invites 202 Express Entry Candidates With Specific Work Experience
Saskatchewan had invited 202 candidates with valid work experience in recently updated seven occupations to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian Permanent residency on draw held on May 1.
The province’s Express Entry and Occupation in demand immigration subcategories focus on candidates with work experience in the updated work categories. Mention the NOC referring to the profession’s code under Canada’s national occupational Classification.
All of the seven updated occupations were arrayed on the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee program In-Demand Occupation List. Additionally, work experience in occupation mentioned on the list is mandatory requirements for both SINP’S express entry and occupation in-demand subcategories.
However, a job offer from the province is not required.
The SINP follows the draw by eliminating conferences and event planners (NOC 1266) from the list - the third time that the SINP has updated its In-Demand occupation list since the commence of April.
The draw held on May 1, SINP main motive was to target candidates with specified work experience in the occupation list. The earlier draw held on April 17 had also invited express entry and occupation in demand candidates with work experience for specified 4 categories but now removed.
As you know, the Express Entry subcategory is connected with the Federal Express Entry system, which is responsible for managing the pool of candidates for Canada Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and lastly, Canadian Experience class.
Maintaining the hierarchy, it's advisable to apply for an invitation for a provincial nomination through Express Entry or Occupation In-Demand Subcategory. But, before applying, the candidate must first create and submit Expression Of Interest profile to the SINP.
After, the profiles are analyzed and provided a score based on factors like education, work experience, work or study concerns to Saskatchewan, age, family dwellings.
The highest ranking profiles are shortlisted from the bunch of eligible EOI candidates via regular draws and are further invited to apply for a provincial nomination for Canada’s Permanent Residency.
Whereas, the lowest ranking score express entry and occupation In-Demand candidates drawn on May 1 was 67.
Wrapping Up, the qualified express entry candidates are approved for a provincial nomination receiving an additional 600 points towards their Comprehensive Ranking System score and are effectively guaranteed an invitation for Canadian Permanent residency in the following Express Entry Draw.