SINP – Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program provides an immigration pathway to live in the province of Saskatchewan as a permanent resident. For you to be eligible for SINP, you have to score a minimum of 60 points out of 100 in the SINP points assessment grid.
There are four immigration categories under Saskatchewan PNP:
International Skilled Worker Category – This category is for foreign skilled workers to apply for provincial nomination. If you can meet the minimum requirements of this category like have work experience in an in-demand occupation, etc. you can be selected for the provincial nomination.
Saskatchewan Experience Category – This category is for temporary foreign workers already working in the province to apply for provincial nomination.
Entrepreneur and Farm Category – This category is for those immigrants who are planning to run a business or farm in Saskatchewan. These categories have different immigration processes as well as the requirements.