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The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) allows the province to nominate skilled and experienced individuals to be admitted to Canada by the Federal Government. The Government of Saskatchewan makes the ultimate decision on SINP nominations. When the successful applicants apply for permanent residence status with IRCC, they’ll be identified as SINP nominees.

The three SINP categories that an individual can apply are:

International Skilled Worker: This category is for skilled foreign workers who want to work and live in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Experience: This category is for foreign nationals who are currently living and working in Saskatchewan.

Entrepreneur and Farm: This category is for that individual who plans to start a business or buy and operate a farm in Saskatchewan.

The following people are not eligible to apply for SINP:

People who are prohibited from entering Canada

People living illegally in their county of residence or Canada

People who have had a removal order issued against them by IRCC or Canada Border Services Agency

Application procedure

Once the applicant is sure of the stream to be applied, make sure to have all the relevant documents to be submitted. The application can be done online through e-filing Portal. Once the nomination is accepted, apply for permanent residence through IRCC. The Government of Canada makes the final decision on Permanent resident.

How we can help you?

Our in-house Canadian Immigration Consultants will help you clear any query you have regarding Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.

Our Consultant will guide you throughout the application process and help you with the end to end process such as explaining and preparing immigration documents checklist, helps you with forms, documentation and filing application forms, completing application procedures.

Our dedicated consultants will monitor and keep you posted on the latest status for your application.

We will be your authorized representatives at IRCC representing you throughout the case lifecycle. You can shift your focus on your travel preparation while we progress your case to the subsequent stages.

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