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Saskatchewan Conducts Its First Specific In-Demand Occupations EOI Draw

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (S.I.N.P) conducted its initial Expression of Interest draw for immigration applicants with work experience in particular in-demand professions on Apr 17. Three out of the four professions aimed in the draw were recently added to the Saskatchewan In-demand Professions List, and it was refreshed on Apr 4. For an applicant to be counted for a nomination from the province of Saskatchewan below the Occupation In-Demand and Express Entry sub-categories of S.I.N.P, they need to have work experience in one of the professions listed in the In-demand professions List of the province. However, it is not mandatory to have a job offer for the applicant to apply below both these streams.

Occupations Focused

In the EOI draw took place April 17, Saskatchewan announced a sum of 324 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination to applicants for sub-categories of Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand. These applicants were expected to have work experience in one of the below occupations listed:

NOC

Occupation Title

2154

Land Surveyors

2255

Technical Occupations in Geomatics and Meteorology

6342

Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers and Milliners

7332

Appliance Servicers and Repairers

Minimum score Required for EOI Draw The EOI system of Saskatchewan grants a score out of 100 to every candidate depends on several eligibility factors such as educational qualification, work experience, and proficiency in the language, besides links to the province. The greatest scoring aspirants are called in the draws of Expression of Interest that are attained regularly. However, the Apr 17 draw was an exemption as it invited applicants with experience in particular occupations. The least score required for applicants of both the sub-categories of Express Entry and professions In-Demand in the Apr 17 draw was 60. It was the weakest score yet drawn for Occupation In-Demand applicants since the E.O.I system was launched in July 2018.

Updated List of In-Demand Occupations

The S.I.N.P has declared later that it had updated its In-Demand Professions List again to eliminate the 04 occupations focused in the April 17 draw, which indicates these professions were present in the In-demand List only for a short duration of 13 days. Presently, the Saskatchewan In-demand Professions List has 20 occupations. Please follow us to CareerOverseas newsletters to know latest information and updates about Visa and Immigration. We request you to take our free evaluation to see whether you will be suitable or not and it will give new options available to you.

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