What is  Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) ?

While all hopes of Canada immigration were almost faded away due to spiked trend of CRS score in Express Entry stream, SINP has become the only hope for many immigration seekers all over the world. There are four categories of this stream.

  1. The International Skilled Worker category
  2. The Saskatchewan Experience category
  3. The Entrepreneurs category
  4. The Farm Owner and Operator category

However, we will discuss about the International Skilled Worker category mostly being the most popular one among the general applicants. Now, this program is especially for those who :

  • Has Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) Point between 350-450.
  • Cannot manage good score (CLB 9) in IELTS, but still can manage a score of CLB 7 or 8.
  • Is in the Age range of 35 to 45. Even SINP gives chance to 45+ as well.

Now, before you start dreaming about a weekend long drive with your family in Saskatchewan, please check your eligibility in SINP points grid which is a bit different from Express Entry Program. You’ll get it here:


This video will give you little more details about SINP program overview.


Still I know some people are expecting a brief list of eligibility rather than hop into the website. For them, if you have:

  • A Doctorate / PhD or a master’s degree from a reputed university,
  • Job experience of 10 years which matches the NOC of current demand list of SINP,
  • And an IELTS band score of 7 or 8.

Then you can again go back to your dream about the long drive.

Finally, if fortunately you have a close relative who is a PR or Citizen of Canada & living in Saskatchewan then you just hit the jackpot. Just make sure your close relatives qualify into SINP requirements. This video will help you understanding the facts about having relative living in Saskatchewan.


Keep a close look on our next articles, where we will guide you through the narrow paths towards your dream long drive. Stay tuned.

Reference link: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/

Lead Writer: Ashik Shuvo
Co-writer: Md Siddiqur Rahman

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