Saskatchewan (SINP)
Saskatchewan is in the prairie region of Western Canada. Traditionally, the provincial economy relies heavily on agriculture, forestry, and mining industry. The provincial nominee program is Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). SINP made of three categories and each category has multiple sub-categories

  1. International Skilled Worker Category
  2. Saskatchewan Experience Category
  3. Entrepreneur and Farm Category

  1. International Skilled Worker Category

This category targets skilled professionals in overseas. Candidate does not necessarily need work experience in Saskatchewan to apply under this category. International Skilled Worker category has three sub-categories.

  • Employment Offer
  • Occupation in Demand
  • Saskatchewan Express Entry
  1. Saskatchewan Experience Category

Foreign workers living in Saskatchewan are eligible for this SINP category. Saskatchewan Experience category include the following five sub-categories.

  • Existing Work Permit
  • Health Professionals
  • Hospitality Sectors
  • Long Haul Truck Driver
  • International Students
  1. Entrepreneur and Farm Category

This SINP category is designed for individuals with business management or farming operation experience. The category is divided into two sub-categories.

  • Entrepreneur
  • Farm Owners and Operators