Saskatchewan held its largest PNP draw since COVID outbroke like wildfire globally. The draw was held on 29th July, the same day Ontario held its draw as well. 502 Candidates were invited in this draw, which means 502 people got closer to gaining permanent residence in Canada. An important requirement of this draw was that candidates should have submitted an expression of interest (EOI) profiles with the SINP prior to the draw.
Candidates who were eligible were able to prove from their education, work history, and language abilities that they are good fits to be selected and will turn out to be an addition in the growth of the economy of the province. Applicants also need to show and prove that they will thrive and use their full potential to create a life in the province which will result in the betterment of the province.
HOW THE SINP WORKS?
The SINP uses the EOI system to choose the candidates that have the highest scores and most potential. The different factors that help choose good candidates are Age, Education, Language abilities, experience, and connections. Then a score is given to each candidate on the Worker point assessment grid. The applicants with higher scores are issued invitations and hence reach a step closer to their PR.
If you want to understand more about the different streams or how to better your profile do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org