The Government of Saskatchewan announced slight changes in the new application fee for Saskatchewan immigration, which will be effective from April 1, 2017.
When submitting the application, the applicants of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) will be required to pay an application fee of $300 CAD. The fee will be compulsory for applicants assigned under any one of the two sub category i.e.
- the International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry
- the International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand
The aim of the above mentioned sub-categories is to target those applicants who have work experience in an In-Demand Occupation. Moreover, ‘No job offer is required’ for either sub-category.
Fortunately, applicants who have submitted their applications before April 1, 2017 deadline, are not subject to the fee requirement.
It is to be noted that The International Skilled Worker – Occupation In-Demand/Saskatchewan Express Entry sub category is closed to new applications at this time.
Saskatchewan Express Entry:
Under this category, eligible candidates in the Federal Express Entry pool with a score of 60 out of 100 points on the SINP points assessment grid have an opportunity to apply for a provincial nomination certificate from Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan – Occupation In-Demand:
While this sub-category is for International skilled workers who have relevant experience in a particular occupation that has been identified as in demand in the province, including a language test with results of at least CLB 4.
These two popular streams are only open to new applications. You can prepare your application with Lalani & Associates in advance so that you’re able to submit when it open before some other changes in Canadian immigration policies take you by surprise.
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